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- St George’s day has nothing whatsoever with diversity, in the same way, that St Andrews, St David and St Patrick’s day don’t. Diversity seems to be a one-way thing.
- I wonder if all the gammons I see celebrating St George’s Day “in the name of England” realize just how multicultural the bloke was. Celebrated by over 10 different countries and countless regions throughout the world, killed for standing up to religious persecution.
- I have reported this tweet as it is offensive and disrespectful. St George’s day has been celebrated for hundreds of years he is the patron saint of England. If we said the same about your so-called prophet Mohammed you would report us for racism.
- Happy St George’s Day! May the red cross of St George be with the ‘red cross’ of English-NHS workers and all those who care for the sick and vulnerable in England! St George, pray for us!
- Happy St George’s Day, Patron St of England & Aragon, Catalonia, Ethiopia, Georgia, Greece, Lithuania, Palestine, Portugal, Russia, Amersfoort, Beirut, Bteghrine, Cáceres, Ferrara, Freiburg, Genoa, Ljubljana, Gozo, Pomorie, Qormi, Lod & those suffering leprosy, plague & syphilis
- I’m not a Brexit voter, I’m not even a big fan of St George’s Day. But looking through the trending for “Englishness” and seeing a lot of generalized blind hatred towards the English is just cringy of people.
- I know people dont and I know it’s for banter but when they have abysmal human rights I still think it’s not a good look if anything gets the English flags ups for St George’s day.
- Happy St. George’s Day, everyone! Remembering a Christian martyr who slew a demonic, foreign creature that was demanding human sacrifice and death is QUITE appropriate today!