The Daily Mirror newspaper reported, citing an unnamed senior military official.
Officer or official or a figment of a journalist's imagination?unnamed senior military official
.every crazed lunatic who thinks he is a sniper or bombmaker
Or the double bluff: we don't want to send him, so if we say we will, and tell them when, then they will reveal it and we will have to stop it to protect the Prince!wardmaster said:Just to float a conspiracy theory, what if the "fact" that he is to go to Iraq with his regiment has been leaked so that the resulting publicity ensures that he doesn't go? Mr B wouldn't want a Prince of the Blood Royal killed in his little war would he now?
I wonder what the impact of Harry coming home moaning about poor equipment etc would be....especially if he moans to daddy and granny and daddy & granny start wading in!!..... :evil: :evil:NZ_Bootneck said:At least his troop will have proper kit,and fully functional gear. Bit embarrasing if Beeb pop in for Photo Ops and Ginges Tankee thingee don't work :wink: .
Yeah, he was in a bunker (on the 11th hole, I believe...) :wink:Griff9781 said:I think it`s good that the Royals are as you said "doing there bit" I think that (and I don`t want to sound like sid the sexist on this one) all male Royals should get on the front line and do their bit. Good on ya Harry. Am I right in sayng that the last Royal to go out and actually go to a conflict was Prince Andrew in the Falklands? I know he did a bit of Helicopter flying for the SBS. Correct me if I`m wrong I was only 1 year old when the Falklands conflict kicked off.
I hazard a guess that he wouldn't care a jot at all if this happened, as he doesn't really care what anyone thinks or says - rather a bit like a chappie from 1945 who went by the name of 'Grofaz' (behind his back) !wardmaster said:Just to float ............ Mr B wouldn't want a Prince of the Blood Royal killed in his little war would he now?