VICTORY: EU Flags Removed From British Soldiers’ Uniforms
About a week ago, we reported that British soldiers arriving in Bosnia bore EU Flags on their uniforms. Political outrage followed. Gerard Batten called for British men and women to refuse to serve in the British Army until it is no longer under a “foreign command”.
Good to see EU flags REMOVED from the uniforms of British soldiers in Bosnia after it caused outrage in the UK.
They’re replaced by op badges or nothing.
Those keen to normalise the EU branding of HM Armed Forces claimed EU flags were an ‘essential identifier’. Apparently not so. pic.twitter.com/ZQ6vkxMdvp
— Veterans for Britain (@VeteransBritain) September 9, 2018
However, yesterday, the news came that the EU Flags have been removed came via Veterans For Britain who originally broke the story on their Twitter feed.
However, we should not be complacent. British troops still effectively operate under a foreign command and Chequers poses an immediate threat not just to the national sovereignty we thought we had won in 2016 but the operational independence of our armed forces as explained here through continued ‘cooperation’ and, of course, PESCO.
A country whose armed forces operate under a foreign command only has illusory sovereignty at best and one of Mrs May’s most pernicious betrayals at Chequers is of the brave men and women who signed up to serve Queen and country, not fight under a foreign flag.
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