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« on: October 16, 2012, 11:33:53 PM »
Not quite 1649, try 1976 London airport, Google Harold Wilson conspiracy. and thousands of us were prepared to act against Parliament, because our Attestation oath is to Queen & Country not to Parliament or Politicians.
 
- Joe , Wareham, 14/10/2012 11:56
Soldiers risk court martial in first march on Houses of Parliament since Cromwell: More than 400 troops to protest over axeing of Fusiliers
 Serving soldiers will join march despite being threatened with court martial
 First time soldiers have demonstrated on streets of London since 1649

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PUBLISHED:22:11, 13 October 2012| UPDATED:22:11, 13 October 2012
 
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More than 400 serving and retired troops will this week descend on Parliament to  confront David Cameron in a  protest unprecedented in the  history of the British Army.
 
Officers and soldiers from the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers will mount the Army?s first picket of the Palace of Westminster on Thursday after the Government axed its second battalion.
 
Despite being threatened with court martial, serving soldiers are due to join their retired colleagues on the march, which coincides with a Parliamentary debate about defence cuts.
 



Threatened: The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers in Afghanistan. More than 400 serving and retired troops will protest against cuts
 
The Army forbids their participation in any anti-Government demonstration.
 
It is the first time soldiers have demonstrated on the streets of London since the Bishopsgate Mutiny of 1649, when 300 members of the New Model Army launched a protest against Oliver Cromwell?s order that they be sent to Ireland.
 


 
 

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It is also the first time the British Army has taken to the streets in protest since it was formed in 1707.
 
The Fusiliers claim Mr Cameron forced through the disbandment of 2RRF to save the Royal Regiment of Scotland  because he feared cutting soldiers north of the border would boost nationalists in an independence referendum due in 2014.
 

Rebellion: Troops last protested in 1649 against Oliver Cromwell (pictured)
 
Captain Joe Eastwood, a former Regimental Sergeant Major of the Fusiliers, said: ?There is a lot of anger because we know the Government did a deal to save the Jocks and to cut 2RRF.
 
?I am sure that serving soldiers will join us on the protest, but given the risks to their careers, the arrangements for their participation are under the radar.
 
?The MoD is threatening to use Section 69 of the 1955 Army Act. Pressure is being applied, with courts martial promised for  those who defy orders. So some arrangements must remain cloak-and-dagger.?
 
During Thursday?s protest, the Fusiliers, led by retired Colonel Brian Gorski, will march through Whitehall wearing their black berets, and red and white hackles. As they pass the Cenotaph, they will salute fallen comrades before  proceeding to Downing Street where petitions against 2RRF?s disbandment will be handed in.
 
Afterwards, they will watch a debate on the cuts from the Commons public gallery. A motion opposing the scrapping of 2RRF? so far signed by 30 MPs ? has been brought by Tory John Baron, an ex-Fusiliers officer.
 
Colonel Gorski said: ?The Army marching on Parliament is unique. The MoD is making enquiries and it may well have people out monitoring the march.
 
?There is a lot of sensitivity about this because 2RRF?s disbandment was referred to the Prime Minister?s office, and he gave it the final nod. For these reasons there is great risk to  soldiers if they attend.
 



During the protest, the Fusiliers will pass the Cenotaph (pictured) where they will salute fallen comrades
 
?For the sake of their careers, my advice is they shouldn?t appear on the march, but if they happen to be passing Parliament or going through Whitehall at the time that is up to them.?
 
An Army spokesman said: ?The Armed Forces are entitled to their beliefs provided their practice does not conflict with the  services? values and standards.
 
?Although personnel are not  precluded from activity which is potentially political in nature, they are not permitted to do so  in uniform.?


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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2012, 11:39:48 PM »
One of the comments from the Daily Mail
Not quite 1649, try 1976 London airport, Google Harold Wilson conspiracy. and thousands of us were prepared to act against Parliament, because our Attestation oath is to Queen & Country not to Parliament or Politicians.
 
- Joe , Wareham, 14/10/2012 11:56


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« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2012, 11:24:58 AM »
Could this be the beginning of the uprising against the traitors in parliament that we have all been hoping for? It has been advocated from day one, that any constructive demonstration against the tyranny that is threatening to engulf us, would be useless unless supported by the military and at long last, it would appear that this is coming about.



One has to thank the arrogance of Cameron and his cabal of traitors for this, by treating those who have risked everything in fighting the governments illegal wars, only to be cast aside on their return to the UK with such contempt. Should the Ministry of Defence use Section 69 to put pressure on the protesters in the form of court martial's, it will only further emphasise the contempt that these arm-chair warriors have for those who's loyalty they so regularly abuse and, should ensure even more support for their righteous cause.




This is just a political move by the coalition government to appease the Scots, with no thought for the forces to be thrown out on the doll after risking life and limb or indeed their families and, I would suggest that this be sent out far and wide to garnish even further support for the protesters. It will be interesting to see what support is afforded to this upcoming demonstration by the media. With the recent cover-ups by the BBC and the newspapers regarding Jimmy Savile and the paedophilia in Rotherham and elsewhere now exposed, perhaps they will now be induced to give us the truth for once. I would recommend though that the organisers inform the Russian TV stations of the march just to ensure adequate coverage.


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« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2012, 12:31:31 PM »



I pray to God that this demonstration goes off unhindered by the unlawful, Establishment-sponsored, UAF!
 
It's also time that the Armed Services' chiefs got off the fence and supported lawful rebellion against this treasonous, coalition...ideally, HMQ should come to her senses to prorogue parliament  (The undoubted, "Enemy of the People")...
 
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« Reply #5 on: October 17, 2012, 12:32:26 PM »
Soldiers marching to Parliament?  It's not enough!  In the name of The Sovereign they should take over Parliament,  AND the falsely named Royal Court of 'Justice', AND TV & Radio Stations, putting the worst of the Quislings behind barbed wire.  By rights they should suffer the same fate as the original Vudkun Quisling, or (to save bullets), be strung up from the lamp-posts - but I don't believe in violence!   
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« Reply #6 on: October 20, 2012, 09:34:16 PM »

"We are no longer accepting comments on this article". Wonder why; can't cope daily mail ??????

We can still mark the comments up, go to best rated and 'green arrow' them.

Let's hope the police and public show support for them this week-end. Treason is treason.

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On Thursday 18th Oct the 2Btn Royal Regiment of Fusiliers is marching down Whitehall past the Cenotaph and past Downing Street. This is the first time that the Army has publicly protested against the government since 1604. What is UKIP making of this momentous occasion? Apparently NOTHING! Nothing on the web site, nothing from the management to campaign locally, NOTHING from anybody! In addition, NOTHING on the anti-EU rally at Lancaster House the same day. (See British Patriots web site).




What we need is a letter sent to everyone on the UKIP list of members to send to their local and national papers. This should point out that every minute we are in the EU costs us the same as the annual salaries of 10 soldiers, and that it is NOT a necessary condition that we are members of the EU to trade with the EU. So the quicker we get out of the EU the better. The web site should run a feature on this and prominently display UKIP's policy on defence.




(NB This figure of 10 soldiers salaries is based on Tim Congdon's cost of ?150 billion/year. can ANYBODY please explain to me why UKIP thinks it has more impact on the public to keep quoting the ridiculous figure of ?53 million/day so beloved by Nigel Farage and others, which equates to only 1.5 soldiers salaries/minute?)




For goodness sake get with it and start campaigning.


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