What is this guy on about?

#1
http://depleteduranium.blogspot.com/

A Brit intelligence officer who served in Northern Ireland suggests the US army in Iraq should adopt a softer approach and needs better intel & more troops. This advice is not credible since, in spite of its courage and skill, the Brit army in Northern Ireland was sold out by Brit pols so the IRA won.

Saying the IRA won may seem a little extreme, so judge for yourself. The leaders of the IRA, one of whom I believe to be a murderer are now Members of Parliament. The IRA gangs run the Catholic community in NI and murder with impunity. All IRA killers have been pardoned. The Brit government is criminally investigating soldiers who served in Northern Ireland. It has disbanded the police force that opposed the IRA and replaced it with a politically correct group that doesn't have the word "Royal" in its title. And they've disbanded the Brit army's Northern Ireland regiment. Oh, and the majority population of the province has been pushed to support extreme politicians.
 
#5
Royal Botanic Gardens Constabulary
Royal Parks Constabulary (merged into the Met 2005)

writes A.N. Other-Pedant

Outside UK

Royal Thai Police
Royal Gibraltar Police
Royal Montserrat Police
Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
Royal Virgin Islands Police
Royal Cayman Islands Police
Royal Brunei police
Royal Canadian Mounted police
Royal Bahamas Police
Royal Oman police
 
#6
Live_Fat_or_Diet said:
Royal Botanic Gardens Constabulary
Royal Parks Constabulary (merged into the Met 2005)

writes A.N. Other-Pedant

Outside UK

Royal Thai Police
Royal Gibraltar Police
Royal Montserrat Police
Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
Royal Virgin Islands Police
Royal Cayman Islands Police
Royal Brunei police
Royal Canadian Mounted police
Royal Bahamas Police
royal Oman police
Royal Air Force Police, bet they don't (can't?) count
 
#7
Nice to see we're being inclusive and giving due consideration to the expertise in counter-insurgency methods and conflict resolution the author has gleaned from a successful career as a feckin' software engineer.
 
#9
crabtastic said:
Nice to see we're being inclusive and giving due consideration to the expertise in counter-insurgency methods and conflict resolution the author has gleaned from a successful career as a feckin' software engineer.
Here, Here, Applying the concept of winners and losers to the troubles in NI, is childlike in it's simplicity. It could only have been written by someone who has never been there.
 
#10
#11
AF1771 said:
OldRedCap said:
http://depleteduranium.blogspot.com/

intelligence officer
this is probably where it all went wrong
He's a former Sgt in the Intelligence Corps and an analyst in the DIS - I met him some years ago (unfortunately). He was one of the 'former intelligence officers' dug up to appear on Breakfast News at the beginning of Telic 1.
 

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