Saturday, April 07, 2007


I have tried not to criticise the marines and sailors involved in the 'crisis', but the more I see and hear, the more outraged I am by their behaviour when in captivity.

I know, you say 'you were not there, you were not in fear of your life', quite true, but I am entitled to my opinion none the less!

The behaviour of the captives has been nothing short of cowardly and treasonous! Faye Turney should not have been there in the first place, but having given into the lesbian feminist brigade, she should not have been so meek, so easily prodded into writing letters and making 'confessions' on TV, and what was she doing wearing that hijab? Cowardice!

Then we had Faye Turney and 2 colleagues 'confess' to entering Iranian territorial waters, they were smiling, as if this was all some jolly joke! Where is that old virtue of pride?

Then they meekly go cap in hand to Ahmedinejad and thank him for their 'holiday'!

Where is their honour? For what did they think they joined the armed forces for, travel opportunities? Work experience?

Treason, dishonour and cowardice!

They should be ashamed of themselves!

These people should not be in the military, they should not be there to humiliate this country and betray its people and their Queen, they deserve to be Court Marshaled and given dishonourable discharges! The sooner the better!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

you were not there, you were not in fear of your life

I don't accept that for two reasons; firstly because they are military personnel and do not and should not, especially in theatre, have the same considerations as a civilian. These fuckers were not Terry Waites. Secondly, where do we draw the line as to what is acceptable when under stress or when captured?