We’re defenceless

The Royal Navy’s fleet of attack submarines are all currently out of action, according to reports. Britain’s seven ‘hunter-killer’ vessels are understood to be ‘non-operational’ as they undergo repairs and maintenance.

Surface ships that conk out, Trident that failed last time out, aged Tornado fighter bombers run ragged supporting the white elephant Typhoons which may start-up (if the computers work), and just about every bit of armour and field artillery we own is in Europe waiting for the Russian Aggression to start.

Troop numbers are at an all time low and it’s been rumoured the Battle of Britain flight has been put on standby.

That’s comforting.
One Lancaster bomber, and half a dozen Spitfires and Hurricanes to police the whole of the UK.

Service chiefs said we’ll be overrun in a weekend if Russia attack, AND it’s Friday.
What price the Strategic Defence Review now?

Feeling safe UK?


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2 Responses to We’re defenceless

  1. Brittius says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    Actually, now, while things are quiet, is, the best time for repairs and overhaul.
    While all submarines are sidelined, break out the old tin hat and the Enfield, and foot patrol the coastline. No Enfield? No problem. Pretend to carry the rifle, because Mrs. May, pretends to be the PM. (Did I just backhand slap the PM?)

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