First they can’t bomb women, now they can’t walk in the dark

The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has ordered its sailors not to march in pre-dawn darkness on the way to a traditional ANZAC Day commemoration service because of health and safety concerns.

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3 Responses to First they can’t bomb women, now they can’t walk in the dark

  1. samoore says:

    A company I once worked for was English and had the typical English view of “health & safety”, so this isn’t much of surprise.

    They also had the typical English regard for freedom of speech: it was violation of the safety rules to say anything disparaging about the safety rules.

  2. Johno says:

    They are likely too worried about being unable to identify any young pussers that defy orders, and beat the crap out of Moslem gangs that try to attack them. Servicemen and women living off-base are ordered not to don their uniforms before arriving, in case it prompts attacks.
    No concern for the sailors, the PC types are worried about the poor Mussies that may be offended by ‘displays of power’ by the country that has taken them in, and which they now supposedly owe allegiance to.

  3. FrankP says:


    Who’s protecting who?

Play nice.