Abu Mujaba, reportedly a leader of a resistance unit said: “…we can kill hundreds of British soldiers before forcing them to withdraw – but Harry is a bigger catch and we will force the British to come on their knees and talk to us.” It is not looking good.
But two resounding questions remain, here in the real world. Will the deployment of the precious Prince, to be baby sat and guarded, in this invasion, spark the ultimate mutiny in the increasingly angry clime amongst the lied to US and UK troops – and public? And since the war has been declared illegal (even by the former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan) and is littered with Downing Street’s “dodgy dossiers”, could he be the first royal heir to be charged with war crimes, just for being there – if he returns in one piece ? read more
UN Resolution 33/24 (1978) has plenty to say about the right to reclaim illegally invaded territory, territorial integrity and liberation from colonial domination and foreign occupation.
An unholy, shameful disaster. And finally – mutiny?
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DURING ITS THIRTY- THIRD SESSION http://www.un.org/documents/ga/res/33/ares33.htm