The British National Party’s Veterans Officer, Pete Molloy, has condemned the coalition government’s latest decision to sack another 5,300 as “treacherous”.
Mr Molloy said “Our armed forces have been put under a lot of strain by this coalition government and their Labour Party partners by making them fight an illegal war in Iraq where 179 British service personnel lost their lives and currently in Afghanistan, which is our country’s fourth campaign in that land, where we have lost 440 service personnel so far.
Our service personnel and their families have acted honourably with the constant strain on their lives by being involved in wars that don’t concern us and this is how they are thanked… treacherous.
It would not surprise me that these defence cuts are orchestrated, so our armed forces have to become part of a European army.”
It looks like David Cameron could be taking Britain to war with the French in Mali, West Africa.
Mali as nothing to do with Britain, just like the civil war in Libya had nothing to do with Britain and it will not stop there.
It cannot be ruled out that our armed forces will be used to go into Syria and Iran in the near future in the interest of global capitalism, which the British National Party is against, so it makes no sense to reduce our armed forces to place more strain on those that remain and their families.
By getting involved in these global capitalist wars our government is making it very difficult to be totally effective in the South Atlantic if Argentina decides to attack our people on our Falkland Islands.