posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 01:16 PM
reply to post by Merlin Lawndart
I am also apt to thinking that all of his unit are special forces designed to let him play, guard him at all cost and allow him free 'reign' to do as
If only all of our/your sons, fathers, daughters or mothers in the armed forces had their own personal 'guardian devils' to babysit them. I don't see
any reason for any member of an elite, rich, royal family to even serve in the military (especially on frontline war duty) at all except for the pure
enjoyment of it. Who would do so sanely?? really? If you were the richest famiy on earth..would you risk your life as such? Hell no, you OWN
people/soldiers who PAY (even worse) taxes out of their military salaries to do so. What else is in it for him except for the thrill?? If he was any
other 28 year old he certainly wouldn't be called a 'commander' of jack-chit let alone Top Gun of any unit. He truly needs to grow a soul and his
mother is surely turning in her grave from this behavior.
*and in regards to taking the words of a 'warlord' seriously, well all I can say about that is if it isn't taken seriously then why is it on the front
page of the Telegraph? I wasn't the one who wrote or printed the story, the point is that someone thought the public had the right to know what the
enemy thinks of having royals amoung the infantry. The same way most of us would feel...aka that it is all for sport.
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