The international football cap awarded to Rifleman G.A. Littler of The King’s Royal Rifle Corps for representing the England Amateur Football Team in a friendly match against the Netherlands on 24th March 1913.
I challenge anyone to face down thousands of angry people carrying clubs, bottles and bricks and describe them as ‘unarmed, protesters’. If a person holds a large stone with the intent of throwing it they are armed, if a person carries a bottle full of petrol they are armed, if a crowd corners an individual and attacks him or her they are dangerous to life. The question of whether they are carrying guns is irrelevant; – a point ignored by the BBC, Sky and other media sources when reporting the finding of yet another Bloody Sunday inquiry.
Tommy Robinson The You Tube DVD of PANODRAMA
The Memorial Chair Our first mission was completed in 2015, this was the installation of a Memorial Chair which was installed in the former barracks […]
Make sure you ”Return to Memorial at Peninsula” when offered by PayPal for more readings Mr Hugh Willing say`s in the Ezine ” We should […]
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Every Green Jacket I know holds this city in high esteem, our second home. We were all so young, yet this city is the one we remember best…