We Stand with Soldier F

March 19, 2019

 

The prosecution of "Soldier F" makes a mockery of our justice system. While British veterans who served in  Northern Ireland have been continually persecuted in this witch-hunt, the very terrorists they fought roam free and hold some of the highest positions in government in Northern Ireland.

 

It is clear that there is no attempt at balance or fairness in the system. The double-standards are astonishing. While veterans like Soldier F are persecuted in their old age, no attempt whatsoever is being made to prosecute the perpetrators of IRA terror, many of whom were released or let off as a result of political agreements during the Blair era.

 

We stand unreservedly behind Soldier F, and call for the charges against him to be dropped.

 

This whole case is a very sad reflection of the society we have become; one where law and order have been in retreat for a long time; where right is wrong and wrong is right.

 

This is why we say there must be a new political force to rebuild Britain's constitutional, economic, social and moral foundations. A Britain that is Sovereign, Industrial, United, Democratic, Traditional and Functional;  that is something like the country that we used to know.

 

That's why we have our Ten Point Plan to Rebuild Britain and sort our country out. It's no use being a single-issue pressure group on the Tories over Brexit like other anti-establishment parties. We need a serious party that will stand on a broad manifesto to rebuild our country before it is too late.

 

1. UK Unity

2. Leave the EU

3. No More Referendums

4. End Mass Immigration

5. Rebuild Infrastructure

6. Rebuild Industry

7. Fiscal Responsibility

8. Family Values

9. Get Tough on Crime

10. Protect Free Speech & Liberties

 

 

 

 

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