FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE WHO'S MISSING?

#1
Was it just me or was TCH not seen at the Festival of Remembrance?
 
#2
I'm sure thats the best news the families of the latest fallen have recieved in a while..

The man is filth, not worthy and not fit to attend.
 
#3
Mighty_doh_nut said:
I'm sure thats the best news the families of the latest fallen have recieved in a while..

The man is filth, not worthy and not fit to attend.
Quite true, but Bliar turned up - or maybe he was just representing our Commander in Chief... Dubya!
 
#4
If Blair had one ounce of decency he would have stood up at the front of the service and said

'Guys, I'm a right cnut' before impaling himself on a sword
 
#5
TCH does tend to look somewhat uncomfortable around military personnel. Perhaps the thought of all those dark alleys around the Albert Hall put him off. :twisted:
 
#7
Bliars covering all his bases..................as for TCH he does have a Political mind, just imagine the response to his appearence!! At the end of the day our current bunch of liars and cheats count for nothing......what did hearten me was the news that increasing numbers are switching on to Rememberance Services and the Cenotaph Ceromany :)
 
#8
Come on beebs for them to feel shame they would have to have honour and high standards of morals
 
#9
Letterwritingman said:
Bliars covering all his bases..................as for TCH he does have a Political mind, just imagine the response to his appearence!! At the end of the day our current bunch of liars and cheats count for nothing......what did hearten me was the news that increasing numbers are switching on to Rememberance Services and the Cenotaph Ceromany :)
There wasn't a man or woman that would have embarrassed Her Majesty by their actions towards TCH in the Hall this evening.

They would have waited until HRH had left. :twisted:

Beebs
 
#10
I was rather concerned about who was there - namely the QCS of the RAF Regiment. No self-respecting serviceman should do drill to 'Tragedy' by the BeeGees, even it is played by the Guards bands. That's about as chippy as you'll see, outside the French army.
 
#13
Old Chap is quite right, much as it pains me to say it. Even the QAs managed to march in step this time. At one point, when the music was 'Aces High', I thought QCS were going to make a swastika (for Reichskanzler Bliar, possibly).

It happens that I will be at RAF Uxbridge next week, and will mention the unfortunate choice of music to the QCS Officers I know. I'm sure QCS were as horrified as everyone else, however.
 
#14
OldChap said:
I was rather concerned about who was there - namely the QCS of the RAF Regiment. No self-respecting serviceman should do drill to 'Tragedy' by the BeeGees, even it is played by the Guards bands. That's about as chippy as you'll see, outside the French army.
and it was :oops: so so :oops: i felt so :oops: for them, bloody hell :oops: Tragedy, GET A GRIP!!!! LOLOLOL

Beebs :oops: :lol: :oops:
 
#17
ViroBono said:
Old Chap is quite right, much as it pains me to say it. Even the QAs managed to march in step this time. At one point, when the music was 'Aces High', I thought QCS were going to make a swastika (for Reichskanzler Bliar, possibly).

It happens that I will be at RAF Uxbridge next week, and will mention the unfortunate choice of music to the QCS Officers I know. I'm sure QCS were as horrified as everyone else, however.
Exactly VB, even mrs h made the same comment about everyone marching in step this year, and she was a QA. My eyebrows did rise slightly at that choice of music. 'Aces High' would be OK but I thought it had another name.

For some reason I love that hymn "I Vow to Thee, My Country" but I could have done without the cameras panning to the PM at that point. I can't imagine my having the same reaction to any other Prime Minister, regardless of party.
 
#18
hackle said:
For some reason I love that hymn "I Vow to Thee, My Country" but I could have done without the cameras panning to the PM at that point. I can't imagine my having the same reaction to any other Prime Minister, regardless of party.
It's probably because you discerned the irony of it panning onto a man who patently hates this country and all it stands for, hence his attempts to make it cool 'n' continental.
 
#20
Purple_Flash said:
hackle said:
For some reason I love that hymn "I Vow to Thee, My Country" but I could have done without the cameras panning to the PM at that point. I can't imagine my having the same reaction to any other Prime Minister, regardless of party.
It's probably because you discerned the irony of it panning onto a man who patently hates this country and all it stands for, hence his attempts to make it cool 'n' continental.
Yes. Sad. :(

Well, it WAS a v successful Festival and service. The commentator was really good, especially with the Welsh musicians and choirs there (well done lads) and it was great to see HMTQ smiling and waving when she left. :D
 

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