British Soldiers Needing Support

Brittish Soldiers have been getting very little support from home in the form of letters and care packages. If you can help, please do so. Here is a little thing made up by Blackfive for those who can help:

For a British soldier in Iraq:

British Soldier
c/o G1 Branch
MultiNational Div (SE)
Basra, BFPO 641

For a British Soldier in Afghanistan:

British Soldier
c/o G1 Branch
Helmand Province Task Force
Camp Bastion, BFPO 792.t

Thanks in advance for all your support.


6 Responses to “British Soldiers Needing Support”

  1. Hi there,

    My name’s Becki and I’m currently working on the feature-length documentary ‘Restrepo’. The film chronicles the one year development of a platoon of American soldiers at one of the most dangerous outposts in Afghanistan. I wanted to ask whether you’d be interested in featuring the trailer and spreading the word on this “extraordinary, shattering depiction of war.” (New York Magazine). I can email you the press release on request.
    > Would love to hear from you.
    > Becki

  2. hi is there a site like any soldier for the english soldier so we can send out letters and stuff as i have joined any soldier but would also love to send to our english soldiers xx

  3. ur retair army soldier muhammad subhan din belt no 270909 …his age now 96.his was ur best soldier of ur army team.he was fight 2nd worldwar in ur army he is very unfit.he is last stage of life.and he want help.and he was best soldier of ur team.u can inquairy him.
    when he join ur army he was live fathe gadh chooni 10-7 rajput.
    plz help him.he is very serious condition.if u can help plz contact me
    address:tahsil zila muzzafer gadh dakh khana karamdat chok qurashi basti dona punjab pakistan..
    my mobile no:00923012792392
    ur retair army
    subhan din

  4. our boy n girls do such a hard job out there we dont no how lucky we r keep it up n keep safe till ur all home but war,s will never end!!!!!!

  5. What a great post, Tony. Thank you. I do so hope your troops see your comments.

  6. Dear Sir

    We thank you for your courage, bravery, and I think that if they came running towards me I would seriously think about running the other way. Our hearts and thoughts are with you all in these times. The stress you are under must be considerable and it’s probably horrible never knowing what is around the next corner. I honestly believe that you fight in democracies endeavour against a religious tyranny that knows no compassion or mercy only barbarity in reality. I saw those videos on the internet of the beheadings of innocent victims and I was shocked to my core. They were laughing and thought it was a joke. Those poor men must have been terrified.

    If he were still alive today Churchill might of said in a speech to the houses of parliament, “What Commander Lt Gen David Richards, called the Battle of Afghanistan is largely over I expect that the Battle for the freedom in Britain is about to begin. Upon this battle depends the survival of liberty. Upon it depends our own British life, and the long continuity of our institutions and our right to be wrong, as well as right. The whole fury and might of the enemy must very soon be turned on us. Osama bin Laden knows that he will have to break us in this island or eventually lose the war. If we can stand up to him, all Europe may be allowed to stay free and the life of the world may move forward into broad, sunlit uplands But if we fail, then the whole world, including the United States, including all that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age made more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights of a perverted religion. Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties and so bear ourselves that, if the isles of Britain and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will say, ‘This was their finest campaign”

    I truthfully think that you fight an evil that needs to be met head-on if not there, then where, for eventually it would come here in force. I wish that I could fight with you, I am not a brave man but I just wish I could just do my duty. But I am told that I am too old to do so. There are many in Britain that possibly feel like me. This clash is for the many who can think what they like without a reprimand or malice from the state or church. So we can criticise our leaders and government without the threat of torture or the fear of imprisonment. Al Qaeda executes people who disagree with them or do not have their morals. They scream “Allah the compassionate” before they bomb somewhere????????????????????????? Tell me not to be around, when he, Allah that is, is being sadistic it must surely be a nightmare. They beat and suppress women rights to be individuals, oppress and execute gay people, maim and mutilate poor people for stealing. Like the Nazis in many ways, they use coercion, intimidation and force with violence to get people to think their way. They believe like fascists that they are right and everyone one else is wrong and nobody is entitled to another opinion. This belief justifies to them, killing anyone who gets in their way.

    How little do they know the British determination and their long history. Men and women have fought many times for the right of free thought with speech. And not to have dogma forced upon them by others. The English Civil war where a tyrant was deposed in the cause of parliamentary democracy, The American revolutionary wars of insurrection led by Washington where other English subjects in their cause for freedom defeated us. Members of parliament cheered when the revolutionaries won their freedom. Great Britain is so fair you can cheer for the opposing side and I bet you cannot do that with Mr Bin Ladin he would find a reason in his holy book to execute dissenters. The Canadian wars, wars of 1812 or as the Americans call it the “forgotten war” because we beat them and Napoleon. These two wars were about the same time with the battle of the Nile with Nelson and Wellington at Waterloo. America tried to bully us and take Canada we were not having any of it. We burnt down the white house and invaded other parts of America to teach them some manners. Napoleon was another Dictator that came unstuck he wanted world domination for himself what an ego. The First World War Ypres, the Somme and Arras against a German dictatorship the Kaiser. The Second World War Norway, the battle for Britain, North Africa El Alamein, Singapore, Normandy, Sicily, Anzio, against another German tyrant Hitler. Afghanistan against a religious dictatorship and Osama bin Ladin a despot. Who wants the same old thing power of the religious kind to rule the Middle East his way. Lastly Korea and the Falkland islands amongst many others. Liberty rests in your hands please protect her, for we all in Britain take it for granted because of people like you, which defend her. You are the guardians of the lights of independence and for the rights of ordinary people to determine their own future.

    All of us in the United Kingdom seriously lament those who have fallen in battle to shore up the pillars of freedom, those who were and are truly the real heroes in this world. They and their families command the deepest respect for the soldier that gives his life in the ultimate defence of others, so innocents do not lose theirs. It reminds me of a quote “I may disagree with what you have to say, but I shall defend, to the death, your right to say it.” I have also lost someone in a violent tragedy and understand the pain and the turmoil this brings. As one poet might have said, there will always be part of Iraq or Afghanistan that will always be apart from the United Kingdom, but forever Britain. I consider that you fight for those natural laws of mercy tempered by wisdom for those who think another way and hold different beliefs. The sword of democracy would not be sheathed until religious extremism is brought to answer for its misdeeds against those natural laws of compassion and charity. Thus, they cried we will not cease from our mental fight nor shall our swords sleep in our hands till we have built a democracy of sovereign for every one in our Jerusalem# and the infinite collective of our peoples. Sovereignty and freedom for all, who were saved by the people of the British army, from the Sharia and Al Qaeda cruelty that is beyond imaginations nightmares. Those who usually do and die for their country are the backbone of Britain and the cornerstones of the foundations of a Liberal society. We all salute you and admire your stoic valour, if there is such a thing as a truth than this is it. Perhaps this is neither the end of the beginning nor the beginning of the end, however, it is possibly the start of the beginning, in which the British and the free world peoples could hope to make it to the end, and win.

    May your God bless you and keep you safe from harm to come home to your loved ones.

    A fanatic is one who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject.

    Sir Winston Churchill

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