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PART EIGHT: MAYHEM IN MANCHESTER – THE FASCIST-FASCIST COVER UP

Compiled by Mal Content

As Timdom is well aware, sections of the Scottish media have been attempting to cover up and, or excuse the carnage, chaos and horrific violence perpetrated by Rangers fans in Manchester on Wednesday.

Indeed, if Rangers' in-house tabloid, the Daily Rectum, and the Scottish edition of News Of The Screws continue with their current agenda of denial, excuses and truth-avoidance, then within a month these tabloids will be editorialising that Rangers fans weren't actually in Manchester at all and that the riot was entirely caused by Manchester's Police who had bevvied themselves into a violent rage and had battled with unprepared and incompetent Manchester Council workers, hooligan alcohol retailers and hell-bent-on-violence foreigners.

Meanwhile, on Fascist-Fascist, the permanently raging inmates began posting their own personal accounts of the Mayhem In Manchester soon after the Rangers fans began rioting on Wednesday night. Needless to say, incriminating evidence was soon airbrushed away in the “culturally traditional” Murray, Laptop Loyal manner.

The Follow-Following post survived merely minutes, but was rescued by a Timposter:

“Just back from the game and I am afraid to say a portion of our travelling support have let us and the club down badly.

We had to cut through Piccadilly Gardens to get to the car, only to be warned off by a few lads saying, “Don't take him (my son) down there, it's kicked off, they are throwing bottles at our own, it's just terrible”.

By now my lad was in tears, but I thought maybe these lads were just a bit worse off for drink and were maybe being a bit OTT with what was happening. But, just to be safe we walked over a street and cut down that way instead.

What happened next will live with me forever. I wont go into details, but I am afraid when I have to cover my son with my body to stop bottles and glasses from hitting him that were being thrown by our own so called supporters is the day I think I call it a day.

Thanks to the two Bears that helped me cover my son, and also helped us run to safety when there was a lull in the fighting. Other folk were not so lucky.

Forget the game. In fact we can probably forget Europe for a while because we probably won't be allowed back into it for a few years.

I am sitting here f*cking ashamed.”

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