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Discussion in 'Swansea City' started by Rina, Jan 2, 2021.
RIP Prince Phillip
Anyone who served during the war deserves at least a modicum of respect .
He saw action in the battle of Crete, alongside his uncle Lord Louis Mountbatten, and was also mentioned in dispatches for his service controlling his battleship’s searchlights during the Battle of Cape Matapan.
In 1942, he became one of the youngest ever first lieutenants in the Royal Navy when he was 21 years old.
Philip also played a part in the Allied Invasion of Sicily, and it was here that he was credited with saving his ship HMS Wallace from night bomber attack in 1942 when he devised a plan to successfully distract the German planes
I will miss his gaffes he was funny in a proper old school way.
The scum media have something worth while to go on about for a few days now instead of the monotonous dross the woke @#@$ have pushed for ages, but soon enough they will start slagging him off too.
He served and deserves respect, I bet they will pull out all the stops for his funeral.
As i said a while back, will megan let harry attend Phil's funeral ? I doubt she would come after gobbing off ! I wouldnt be suprised if she tries to back up her lie about a royal being racist she pins it on him now he cant answer back ?
I liked him RIP Phillip
You had him down to pop it this year, same as me.
Florists near the palace and Windsor will make a killing, so every cloud
Me too. I'm doing better at this than the footy predicting
RIP Prince Phillip
99 year old ignoramus dies, and the country grinds to a halt.
At least he won't have to suffer the indignity of having to wait 6 hours for an ambulance to take him to hospital. Then there's all that lying around in cold, draughty corridors waiting for a bed. All the trials and tribulations of old age heaped on his unelected shoulders, which he bore so gracefully.
A man has died
There’s always one twat
Pretty much sums up the mentality of the poster , perhaps he/she should add another signature "self awareness is not my strongest attribute"
Better men than him die every day. I don't see you showing any phoney outpourings of grief for them.
Thank you for your kind words. I refer to people like you in my Signature.
Why not create a thread, and dedicate it to me.
Just for you
Have to say that, in my humble opinion, you have let yourself down.
My late brother in law was sent to Aberfan to help in the rescue operation and was there when the Duke arrived - he told me that the Duke’s presence was greatly appreciated by the villagers.
Clearly, he could do nothing to ease their grief - nobody could - but as Dave said to me ‘He came’.
Yes, I recognise that he was not everyone’s cup of tea and yes he had a privileged life - but we, as a British Society, have a Monarchy and he supported the Queen unstintingly,
Even in a Republic there is a President - they have similar privileges and ‘trappings’ of office - these go with the territory and people ‘accept’ it.
But at the end of the day, he was a man who was someone’s husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather.
we could call it spiteful little man with no friends
How many of you thick [email protected] had Phil the Greek in your selections en? RIP .