15 thoughts on “Cameron shouldn’t celebrate World War I

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  2. i think that you might find that the reason for picking 2014 is that Scotland will be celebrating the 700 anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn and in the same year the Scottish Government will be holding the Independence referendum. it is a “cunning plan” dreamt up by the Baldricks of the Civil Service to show that we are all better off together as it was in WW1. try reading the book “11th hour of the 11th day..” and see how the “officer class” that commanded the PBI (poor bloody infantry) at the last minutes of the war.
    celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of the slaughter by all means in 2018 but not the start of it. smacks to me of political opportunism and it will come back to bite him.

    • Hi, thanks for your comment. Possibly, Scotland may have played a role in this decision. But, more probably, the idea is still more about making war in general (like today in Afghanistan, Syria, etc.) more popular.

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