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Quentin Davis - A disgrace to his office and county.

Quentin Davies, Minister for Defence Equipment and Support said that he found it "impossible" to take the resignation of SAS commander Major Sebastian Morley seriously.
"I recently visited Afghanistan, and 100 per cent of those I asked said they were satisfied with their equipment," he said.
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The smug fat turncoat, I suppose he should know about the impossibility of being taken seriously. If it wasn't so serious, if it wasn't about our men being killed and wounded it would be laughable. But it isn't; there is pile of old pallets and tyres out back that is just looking for a bucket of lard to be topped of with, please step forward Quenty you sorry excuse for a human being.

Meanwhile a world away ...

Comments

Man's a prick.

Well, he could be speaking the truth. Have you considered that he only asked one man whether he felt he was properly equipped. The simple fact that this one soldier was the "bioscope Tommy" specially prepared by his commanders to impress a visiting Westminster Warrior need not be mentioned.

Regardless; I concur with Mr The Knife's assesment.

Well, he could be speaking the truth. Technically. Have you considered that Davies only asked one man whether he felt he was properly equipped? The fact that this one soldier was obviously the "bioscope Tommy", specially prepared by his commanders to impress the visiting Westminster Warrior is a fact that Mr Davies chooses not to mention.

Regardless; I concur with Mr The Knife's assesment.

Outstanding video! Very cheering on this Election Day here in the US.
Came over from KdT, read you and friends before.
Please God (we're fundamentalist Christians in Phoenix, AZ, wife is a
convert from a Thai Muslim family) that He will bless the Republic and
all her staunch friends. Especially those who fought with my Dad when
he was in the Eighth Army Air Force and my Mom, who was an American WREN.
God Bless and keep the UK. God Bless and keep you all and yours.
Please remember Sir W.C. and "Never, never give up!"

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