In response to Mr Larcey’s article in the paper on December 8, I congratulate him on having a very limited sense of loyalty to his country.
I agree freedom of speech is a luxury we have in our democratic society if used in a constructive manner. Members who support a leader like Corbyn need to check their thinking. He disagreed with Bin Laden being killed, well go to America and tell that to the families who lost loved ones in the 9/11 twin towers atrocity, tell the families of the servicemen killed in Northern Ireland by his friends Adams and McGuinness. War is a dirty business but there is a time when the situation arises when there is no other option. The Labour party sent me and thousands of others into Northern Ireland and that government sat back and did nothing till the Province went up in flames then looked for excuses.
Tony Blair had no option but to do something about Hussein and diplomatic efforts failed before we went in. Libya – another brain-dead leader whose countrymen blew that plane out of the skies over Lockerbie and the beat goes on.
Close the barn door before the horse gets out. Then the Labour MPs who voted with the Government are threatened and bullied by their own party for doing so. Is that democracy from the opposition or is it the retake of Hitler’s Black shirts?
If your leader feels he is more at home with terrorist leaders, go and join them. Your leader will be replaced as he is an embarrassment to his own party.
Good luck to the Royal Air Force.
R Mortimer, King’s Lynn