Armchair ‘Warriors’ Set To Be Officially Recognised For Their Contributions To Society

The Ministry of Morale is pleased to announce that we will be officially recognising professional ‘armchair’ based critics who dedicate their time, wisdom and insight into making the world a better place for us all.

‘Armchair Warriors’ are the brave men and women who, from the comfort of their armchairs, pass judgement on everything that they tend to know nothing about.

For example, armchair warriors tend to be experts in policing matters and tactics, despite having never actually spent one day on patrol, fighting crime and taking on violent criminals.

Armchair Warriors can also be found commentating on military tactics in war zones all around the world, despite never having the courage to actually serve themselves.

You may have also heard a valuable input made by Armchair Warriors on important subjects, such as the climate, which is often based upon their own ‘feelings’ rather than fact.

The new ‘Chairborne’ badge

Our Chief Morale Officer said:

“For too long now, Armchair Warriors have not been recognised for the valuable input they make towards important topics such as the fight against crime, world peace or how firefighters should be putting out fires.

“But with our official ‘Chairborne’ badge, Armchair Warriors can now sit in the comfort of their home whilst wearing the ‘Chairborne’ badge knowing that their view really does count and does actually mean something.

“If you are lucky enough to live next door to an armchair warrior, then you might be fortunate enough to hear their amazing advice being shouted out at the top of their voices each night as they watch old episodes of ‘police interceptors’.

“Only an armchair warrior will know how many police officers, as an example, should be required at critical incidents and what such police officers should be doing whilst dealing with violent criminals.

“Expect to see armchair warriors walking around your local town soon, with their ‘Chairborne’ badges proudly displayed on their khaki shirts”.

The Ministry of Morale is committed to try and increase the morale of all citizens both inside and outside of the public sector, from all over the world.

If you have experienced a sudden and unexpected drop in morale, for whatever reason, and you would like to make us aware of what has happened, then you are encouraged to make a short video of the ‘morale failure’ and send it into us via our facebook page (see below).

The video might then be shared with the general public in order to bring awareness to the issue that has led to the morale failure. 

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