What's this ex forces mind set all about Alison? As an ex squaddie, the brother of an ex squaddie, the claim of a marine, and the son of a Major, I'd be keen to know what this mind set is? We all had jobs, and in my dad's case has just retired after selling his share of the business he co.founded... for £7,000,000. None of us has ever taken a penny in benefits, or lived in social housing, have a criminal record, have ever been in debt.
So what's this mind set?
I've felt the collars of thousands of villains, and ex military personnel are hugely under represented when it come to criminal records.
It's nice to say for decades you've never claimed off the social or had social housing, that does not mean that anyone else who has should be discriminated against. I did once have benefits and it got me through a time, I'd hate to depend on it though. am I scum because I cannot afford, on my husbands salary, or even both of ours, when I worked, to buy a house, we almost did but I chickened out because I thought what if Dom was made redundant, he was less than 12 months later damn good job we didn't buy. |I don't know how anyone dares to as no job has any security these days, NO JOB at all. and you could easily end up with a mortgage and no means of paying it.
It does not matter what you do, you have to face the world just as anyone has to, and we all fall from time to time.
This thread is about whether just because we fight, and that's rare now, for our queen and country are we entitled to preferential treatment and my answer is no.
protecting us from what exactly?
I'm not sure we are fighting for us at the moment, but I think our armed forces are attempting to keep it from crossing over to us, to be honest I'm a bit naive and I'm not afraid to admit it, my thoughts are too much close to my own home
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