Maybe she should have read the newspapers first to remind herself of just how noble his cause was.
‘I hope he’s in hell for all eternity’:
As death of IRA commander Martin McGuinness prompts a wave of tributes, Lord Tebbit’s damning epitaph sums up the anger of the terrorist’s victims.
Well said Sir.
There again there was also Lord Mountbatten.
Murdered by the IRA with one of his twin grandsons, Nicholas, 14, and Paul Maxwell, 15, a local employed as a boat boy when a bomb planted by the IRA exploded on their leisure boat in Mullaghmore, County Sligo, Ireland on 27 August 1979. Another passenger, Baroness Brabourne, 82, died the day after the attack.
The bombing was followed only hours later by the massacre of 17 British soldiers near Warren Point close to the border with the Irish Republic (reports later confirmed that 18 soldiers had died).
Write a note? Boy could I write a note.
Yet the hypocracy goes on.
Army veteran and great-grandfather, 75, learns he will face trial for shooting IRA suspect in 1974 as political leaders line up to praise ‘Britain’s number one terrorist’ Martin McGuinness. (Even though Charles McCreanor, prosecuting, told the court that Mr Hutchings, from Cornwall, fired his weapon three times. But he admitted it was ‘equally possible’ the fatal shots were fired by a second man, referred to as Soldier B.)
Scum sucking politicians, terrorists and the legal system.
Not a lot to choose between them is there?
Meanwhile, Have you still got a problem with recruiting and retention of personnel Secretary of State for Defence (Sir) Michael Cathel Fallon KCB PC?
You being Gods gift to all things military and all that guff?
Wanna know why?
This is an example of what soldiering for the Queen may bring you because of your governments political weakness and appeasement policies to terrorists.
Serving and retired personnel will be reading all this in the media, and worse for you, so will any prospective recruits. All having to watch the fawning of politicians for a terrorist plus the continuing witch hunt on the troops and elderly vets who were doing their duty.