Thursday, 18 March 2010

Dominic Heale on the 'so-called' freedom march

Heanor West Councillor Allsebrook called round to see me this evening. We were chatting away and catching up on some paperwork when the BBC’s East Midlands Today news slot started.

The television had been playing away to itself when suddenly we caught sight of our soldiers marching through a town somewhere in the east Midlands.

The 2nd Battalion Mercian Regiment, who in September returned from a six month tour in Afghanistan, were marching through Ashbourne, Derbyshire.

What startled Lewis and I was the ignorance of the presenter, Dominic Heale.

It was his choice of words that attracted our attention. He used the words ‘so-called freedom march’.

‘So-called’? What is that supposed to mean?

Those brave soldiers are fighting for the freedom for the likes of Heale so yes, it IS a freedom march and they thoroughly deserve freedom of the borough status.

Our brave servicemen and women are losing their lives on a daily basis and Heale sits in front of a camera uttering what can only be described as a derogatory remark?

Does he think they enjoy being shot at and blown up by EID’s?

Does he think they enjoy seeing their friends dying at the hands of barbarians?

Does he think they really want to be in places like Afghanistan and Iraq when they could be at home protecting OUR borders instead of fighting a useless war the present government illegally started?

The government that has blood on their hands and our forces are out there carrying out their dirty work.

Heale needs to be aiming his snide remarks at the Labour Party. They need to be held accountable for their actions and one day they will.

But what do you expect from the BBC.

And what do you expect from a man whose hero is Labour MP for Bolsover, Dennis Skinner and who states:

‘I consider myself lucky to have stumbled on a career that combines many of my early passions - playing around with microphones and bits of wire, spreading malicious gossip’

Look to the right of this blog, scroll down a little and click on the TPUC link.

Stop paying your TV licence NOW!

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