Syria out of control – they’re out of body bags

Rescue workers in Syria have ‘run out of body bags’. A recent attack on the Omar Bin Abdul Aziz Hospital means that every city in the east of the city has now been hit. The city Aleppo has been divided between the government in the west and rebel control in the east since 2012. Syrian … [Read the full story]

Remember – Remembrance Day

Remember Remembrance Day – the 11th month, 11th day, 11th hour. This is one of my favourite photos – so, if you can, have a minutes silence. And if you can’t do it now, then do it at GMT (Zulu time) at 11:00am – which will be 10pm tonight eastern time, 7:00pm tonight western time. … [Read the full story]

Idiot official puts more stress on Korean tension

A South Korean official ramped up tensions with the North when he suggested crackpot Kim Jong-un was preparing a fresh nuclear test. Fears grew that the rogue state was about to carry out a test on Wednesday…the same day it had warned it could not guarantee the safety of foreign diplomats in the country. The … [Read the full story]

Beware – we don’t want this happening here

Guardsman Jatinderpal Singh Bhullar, 25, who joined the Scots guards this year, has been given permission to wear a turban outside Buckingham Palace, breaking hundreds of years of tradition. The decision by Army bosses has proved controversial with Bhullar’s fellow soldiers. Bhullar has endured taunts about his turban and his refusal to cut his hair … [Read the full story]

Are these ghost POW’s on death march in Borneo?

Retired army officer, Major John Tulloch, had revisited the muddy track in Borneo where thousands of World War Two PoWs trudged to their deaths, only to be given a shocking surprise when he looked back at photographs he had taken. Major Tulloch studied his pictures and found what appeared to be hunched, skeletal ghostly figures … [Read the full story]

Taliban celebrate the death of Diggers on Twitter

As the family and loved ones of Sapper James Martin prepare to farewell the Australian soldier, the Taliban has taken to Twitter to glorify a rogue Afghan accused of killing him and two other diggers in Afghanistan. The Taliban posted a photo of former Afghan army sergeant Hekmatullah on Twitter last week. It shows him … [Read the full story]

Britain deploys nuclear sub to the Falklands

A fearsome Royal Navy nuclear powered submarine is on its way to the Falklands as tensions simmer on the 30th anniversary of Britain’s war with Argentina. HMS Talent, armed with Tomahawk missiles, was despatched in a show of power after Argentina increased friction over the disputed islands with a host of inflammatory stunts. The Trafalgar-class … [Read the full story]

Meet Hitlers grandson

Philippe Loret and his six siblings were sitting around the dining room table chatting about everyday things when their father, Jean-Marie, broke the news. “Suddenly my father said, ‘Kids, I’ve got something to tell you. Your grandfather is Adolf Hitler’, ” explains Philippe. “There was stunned silence as no one knew what to say. We didn’t … [Read the full story]

The last known Nazi war criminal is dead

Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk died a free man yesterday aged 91. The monster…who was last year convicted of helping to murder 28,060 Jews  during the Second World War…passed away in an old people’s home. He was appealing a five-year jail term and lived in the sleepy Bavarian town  of Bad Feilnbach, Germany. Ukranian … [Read the full story]

Battle Mug – have a coffee, then shoot someone

Staying awake during commando surveillance operations has never been easier – thanks to a coffee mug that comes with three military-spec scope rails. The Battle Mug, made by U.S firm OpticsPlanet, is clearly the meanest looking mug on the planet, especially when it’s carrying its full complement of hardware. Made from a block of aluminium, … [Read the full story]

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