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A bad day at work?

(Wednesday blog)

A bad day at work?

I imagine we’ve all had bad days at work. But I can’t help feeling a little sorry for the French workman who caused more than £600m damage to one of the most important buildings in the world, the 850-year-old Notre Dame in Paris, by either forgetting to turn off some equipment or by connecting up some wires badly. This morning he really must be thinking merde! and “double merde!”

The South African army?

Talking of “merde”, I came across this brief (3 minutes) video clip of the South African army on a training exercise. The South African army used to be considered pretty tough and effective. But that was many years ago. The army would have changed a lot since the wonderful, incompetent and utterly corrupt ANC came to power and made its insiders very very rich indeed.

Being a progressive, brain-dead, virtue-signalling, stop-climate-change, tear-down-borders, build-bridges, hug-a-rapefugee, snowflake libtard, I, of course, don’t subscribe to the many studies that suggest different races have different IQ levels and that national wealth and success of countries is linked to the average IQ of their citizens:

But, watching the brief video below, I did start to wonder.

The best bit is at around one minute 40 secs when the officer gives the command “by the leftquick march!“:

2 comments to A bad day at work?

  • brian rodney harwood

    On the subject of workers, I should like to voice my admiration for the tens of thousands of those people who took a day off from their labours to join the demonstration in London to bring our attention to ‘ climate change ‘ – well done ! ( and so they all should be )


    brian rodney harwood I’d prefer them medium-rare but each to his own 🙂

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