"So - What does 'Remembrance Day' mean to you"?.
THE QUEEN will join veterans this Sunday laying wreaths at the Cenotaph in London, in memory of those who lost their lives fighting for this country.
On the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month, a two minute silence will be observed to mark the anniversary of the end of the First World War.
What does Remembrance Day mean to you? Will you be thinking more of the sacrifices made by those who fought in the two world wars, Korea, Vietnam or of recent conflicts such as Northern Ireland, Iraq or Afghanistan?
For me it means an England long gone and which I fear will never come back again. A lost time of life, a lost character of a country which was once proud and brave and fearless but has been brought to its knees, not only by foreign religious infiltration, but saddest of all by our own home grown leftist Marxist politically correct socialists. Although domiciled in Australia , I remember the old country and I mourn for it. I remember those who died for it and feel glad that they are not here to see what their land has degenerated into. I remember and I weep. For my lovely country which will never come back again. That is what Remembrance Sunday means to me..... I am so angry that so many frightened young men had to endure the unendurable so we could look upon what has become of the society and way of life they fought to protect. If I was a young man today, I would be taking up arms. Not in some foreign field but the streets of this self decaying land of Great Britain to rid us all of a permanent minority and alien Government.
Does it really mean anything to all those clowns on TV who sport poppies in their lapels?
Remembrance Day is a time to reflect on past conflict and give thanks to those who fought and died in order to preserve our rights and freedom. Having served in the Royal Navy for the 24.5 years up to 1966, I have plenty to remember.
They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn,
At the going down of the sun we will remember them,
Lest We Forget.