It gets worse, no back up helicopters and an inept defence minister who sounds and looks on television totally disinterested in their welfare and the welfare of the families and children left behind. He'll go home at night - to his flipped second house no doubt - have dinner or take in a Theatre show, reception, and not give it another thought, our heroes deserve better than this.
Military accommodation is way below sub-standard and I doubt if the most deserving cause for social housing on a sink estate, would accept any of the woefully sub-standard miltary properties offered. Whilst ten bodies are returned to the UK this week, a local town near to RAF Brise Norton, the entire population drops everything and turns out to pay silent dignified respect to the fallen, carried in a line of hearses. It's now becoming a daily event. Since writing more grim news early this morning Saturday 11th July the total killed now stands at 184 with eight killed in one single day.
To top it all our worthless nail-biting Prime Minister, is swanning around an Italian earthquake site attempting to re-create, what he ALONE considers to be his finest moment on the International stage ,yet another G-8 conference, where photographs are taken of World leaders glad handing each other, making resolutions which will will not be honoured and in cases offering the same money and resources previously pledged at the last London G-8.
Gordon Brown should by all accounts be physically here in the UK standing shoulder to shoulder with the grieving relatives of our fallen heroes. How dare he tell the World from the G-8 podium that many more soliders, Mothers sons, will give up their lives this Summer, because his deadbeat Government instead of properly funding the military can still shovel shedloads of taxpayers money- future to be earned money that is..(say the next thirty years should pay for most of it) into worthless banks and the backpockets of potbellied, over compensated disgraced and equally worthless bankers. They should all be very ashamed, I know that I am.
P.M's Sarah Brown twittered this picture of her seemingly asking the Pontiff in Rome for devine help with her increasingly strange husband.
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