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Remember when, all has changed

Postby oneshooter » Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:26 pm

November 9, 2010: A hundred teenage members of the British Army Cadet Force in Plymouth have been suddenly told that they would not be able to carry rifles, as they traditionally have, during the annual November 11th Remembrance Day parade. The reason given was that it was inappropriate to have the teenage cadets carrying rifles in public because it glamorizes weapons. The cadets disagreed, but the decision stood.

More here: http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htmora ... 01109.aspx


A sad day for the Brits. Seems that "they" want to forget the past. A loosing idea in my mind.


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