Saturday, March 15, 2008

Winds of War: Poor Little Sheep That Lost Its Way

While Britain falls deeper and deeper into Islamic appeasement, you wonder why they haven’t learned lessons of WW II even while they mourn the victims of that appeasement 70 years later.


Britain's Royal Navy floated a wreath Saturday over the recently discovered wreck of a World War II destroyer that went down with 110 men on board in a battle with Nazi forces.

The HMS Hunter was discovered this month by a Norwegian minehunter participating in exercises with British, Dutch and other NATO warships off the Norwegian coast, Britain's Defense Ministry said.

The 2,100-ton destroyer went down on April 10, 1940, as the Royal Navy tried to keep German forces from overrunning the strategic Norwegian port.


But perhaps the military, under siege by the socialist liberals in Britain still has some backbone left in them to take on the coming war with Islamo-fascism and give that country a chance to show its greatness again.

A British soldier who almost single-handedly took on 150 Taliban after he and his 50-man convoy were ambushed in Afghanistan has been awarded the Military Cross.

Fusilier Damien Hields used his grenade machinegun to destroy seven Taliban positions before his ambushers realised he was their main threat. After peppering his vehicle with bullets, they hit the 24-year-old soldier. He had to be dragged off for treatment by his driver after he tried to continue fighting.

“Fusilier Hields showed extraordinary courage under intense fire,” said Lieutenant-Colonel Huw James, his commanding officer. “I was astonished at the state of his vehicle. There were so many holes in it, it was like a teabag. The Taliban did everything in their power to neutralise [him] and Fusilier Hields was having none of it. His actions allowed his patrol to come out of the ambush in which they were outnumbered by three or four to one and probably saved a lot of lives.”


Now this is what the metal of the British soldier should look like not those British marines who surrendered to the Iranian thugs in speedboats without a fight.

Realising that Hields was the main threat to them, the remaining Taliban fighters homed in on him with their RPG7s, Dushka heavy machineguns and Kalash-nikov rifles. Hields was undaunted and continued firing.

“I got through six boxes in about 15 minutes and we were winning the fight,” he said. “They started it. We were going to finish it.”

One of the Taliban rounds finally hit home as he was bending down to reload. “I felt a sharp punch in the kidneys on my right side,” he said. “It knocked me into the bottom of the [Land-Rover]. I looked down and saw a hole in my body armour and a bit of blood.”

Hields said: “It turned out the bullet had smashed a rib and gone out of me again without touching any internal organs which was very lucky. It was just a flesh wound really.”


Just a flesh wound! Something right out of Rambo.

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2 Comments:

  • I'm impressed. A real hero. I shake my head in disgust at our dhimmi leaders. God bless our military.

    By Blogger John Sobieski, at 6:30 PM  

  • Wow. What a man!

    Thanks for this story, WC. I hadn't seen it.

    By Blogger Dinah Lord, at 12:20 PM  

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