"We Will Remember Them" - And What They Stood For
(10 November 2019)
"We will all have our
own private thoughts at 11 o'clock. Many readers will be remembering
relatives who fought for freedom and democracy in the two World Wars
of the 20th century. Some will remember relatives or friends who
fought in subsequent conflicts such as those in Malaya, Korea, the
Falklands, and in the various more recent operations in the Middle
Videos and YouTubes
Honouring Lee Rigby on Remembrance Day 2019 (11
"The Britain First movement laid a
poppy wreath at the official Lee Rigby memorial ion Woolwich, South
East London. The Lee Rigby memorial was overgrowing with grass as
the local labour council is ignoring the upkeep of the site. Britain
First officers held a short remembrance ceremony and tidied up the
memorial Please watch the video here." /
Viewers' comments: "Swept
under the carpet by our government but remembered by the people"
/ "Well done Britain First" / "Thank you for
caring for another of our heroes" / "Proud of Britain
First for not forgetting Lee Rigby" / "Bless you for
honouring Lee Rigby... the establishment would wish him forgotten"
/ "Wonderful to do this" / "Beautiful tribute"
/ Let's hope this can continue each year for him" /
"Thank you Britain First for showing such respect for Lee" /
"A very moving and fitting tribute"
Remembrance Day 2019 (10 November 2019)
"Every year, the Britain First
movement pays its respect to our fallen the day before Remembrance
Sunday. Honouring the memory of our ancestors who died in their
millions for our nation is the duty of all British patriots..."
/ Viewers' comments:
"Thank-you for honouring those who lived, sacrificed and died to
uphold true freedom in the earth!" / "God bless all our
fallen heroes and those that fought for our freedom. We will not
forget the debt that is owed to you all" / "God bless
them all! They fought, and they died for our freedom. Many families
lost loved ones. All have been betrayed by politicians..." /
"To those fallen and those who came back THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE.
LEST WE FORGET" / "Watching the wonderful Remembrance
homage to the brave who died in two world wars... what would they
say if they could see the state of our country today... They have
been betrayed by cowardly politicians..."
Do Not Let Their Blood Have Been Shed in Vain (11
"They loved God, king, and
country. They loved this land and they loved our nation. Yes, they
loved you and me. And what I want to ask is, do we return that love?
Do we appreciate and remember that great sacrifice? And do we strive
every day to preserve our fine civilisation they they made such a
sacrifice for? It is time now for the British Lion to rise again..."
Under an English Heaven
(02 January 2018)
England, My England -
William Ernest Henley, and The Soldier
- Rupert Brooke.
The Last Post (Violin) (27 April 2016)
"Having had our ANZAC Day
commemorations and memorial this past Monday, I felt inspired to pay
my own tribute to our brave ANZACs, including both of my Great
Grandfathers. Sadly, neither of them made it home. To those who
served then and to those who serve now, I thank you. Here is my
rendition of The Last Post. Lest we forget..."
I Stand With Soldier F
Stop the harassment of all
serving and ex-military personnel:
"We the people demand an immediate cessation of the politically motivated witch
hunts against our troops.
In particular, we find the Government-backed persecution of very elderly former
over matters that occurred in Northern Ireland almost 50 years ago to be
abhorrent, disrespectful and outrageous,
especially when hundreds of terrorists were pardoned and released under the Good
Yet our brave soldiers are now hounded and live in fear of being jailed"
Sign Our Petition to Support Ex-Forces!
(15 June 2013)
"Because of the nature of the
work carried out by the armed forces and the sacrifices made by the
men and women who serve in them, we believe that the government has
a moral obligation to ensure that when their service careers are
over they are given every assistance to integrate back into
Armed Forces' Charities
Benevolent Fund: The Soldiers Charity
are The Soldiers Charity. We give lifetime support to serving and
retired soldiers and their families. They risk so much for us, but
for them, it's just doing their job. In return, we provide financial
assistance when they are in real need. ... Even when a soldier
leaves the Army they are still part of our family and eligible for
help. The scope of our work is huge. Half of our money is given
direct to individuals to help in areas such as debt relief, mobility
assistance, education bursaries, carehome fees and respite breaks.
The other half is given as grants to other charities."
mission is to deliver an enduring national network of support for
our wounded and their families. We will inspire and enable those who
have made sacrifices on our behalf to achieve their full potential.
Everyone at H4H is passionate about helping our heroes, most of us
have links to the Services; some have partners, friends or relatives
who've been injured or have lost a loved one. We take the time to
listen and understand what's needed and do our very best for our
heroes every single day. We have a complete open door policy and
welcome all of our supporters to visit us or pick up the phone to
find out just what a difference your donations are making to the
lives of our heroes."
Army of Angels
"Army of Angels is a Military Charity
that provides direct and indirect support to members of the UK's
armed forces who have been injured, physically or mentally, while
serving their country in conflicts around the world. We also support
their families and co-dependents. The charity supports all services
and all ranks f those who have fought for their country including
veterans of the wars in Europe, the Far East, the Falklands and the
Gulf. ... Please support the Army of Angels so that we can continue
to support our wounded service men and women."
"Men fight for liberty
and win it with hard knocks.
Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools.
And their grandchildren are once more slaves."
In Flanders Fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
Canadian Army (1872-1918)
"[T]he foe of which John McCrae
wrote were not the people in the opposite trenches.
The foe were tyranny and dictatorship ... our soldiers knew this ...
Yes, we have indeed dropped the torch! Yes, we have indeed broken
faith with those who died and lie in Flanders Fields! ...
and yes, we will have to bear the
consequences in the years to come..."
thing there is a
season, and a time to
every purpose under the
A time to be born, and a
time to die; a time to
plant, and a time to
that which is
A time to kill, and a
time to heal; a time to
break down, and a time
to build up;
A time to weep, and a
time to laugh; a time to
mourn, and a time to
A time to cast away
stones, and a time to
gather stones together;
a time to embrace, and a
time to refrain from
A time to get, and a
time to lose; a time to
keep, and a time to cast
A time to rend, and a
time to sew; a time to
keep silence, and a time
A time to love, and a
time to hate; a time of
war, and a time of
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