Soldier B: Drop the Charges Now!

April 15, 2019

 

Soldier B is set to be charged with "murder" in a case which truly makes a mockery of our justice system. It shows how skewed and one-sided prosecutions have been in historical enquiries relating to the Northern Ireland troubles. While Soldier B, an ill and elderly British Army veteran sits in the dock, the very terrorists he fought against roam free and even hold government positions in Northern Ireland.

 

It is an appalling and unjust way to treat men who put their lives on the line for their country, and are forced to make split-second decisions in life-or-death situations. Soldier B was on those streets of Londonderry to protect innocent civilians - Protestant and Catholic - from the IRA's campaign of terror.

 

We stand unreservedly behind Soldier B, 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 replace the failing Labour and Conservative parties and 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. Join today to help us reclaim our country.

 

1. UK Unity

2. Leave the EU - No Deal, No Delay, No Bills!

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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