Red Friday and Thoughts……

With the tragic death of PC Keith Palmer, stabbed to death by a moronic follower of isis.

The killer was born in Kent as Adrian  Russell Ajao.  when his ideologies changed, he took many aliases including his current name, Khalid Masood.

This brave police officer started  his working life as a soldier in the Royal Artillery, before becoming a police officer.

This got me thinking of friends I knew in the military who went on to a second career as police officers.

Brother Apprentices, Doug Foley 22Pl (RIP). As well as Tom Macarthur 28 Pl, both served honourably with:

Ontario Provincial Police


Belleville City Police

Bob Cooper 22 Pl  (RIP) served with this police force: Belleville City Police


  I am also very proud to call

John Clarke former gunner with the Royal Artillery also known as (BRUMMIE) who served with this UK police force:

West Midlands Police

It is a well known fact that soldiers who become policemen bring a great knowledge with them, as well as honour and dedication.

Please read this link and have a thought and a prayer for PC Keith Palmer and his family, loved ones and brother officers.

The ongoing police investigation, made 8 arrests over night in Sussex, London, Wales and in the West Midlands. Bravo Zulu to these intrepid investigators.

Please wear something Red Today to honour our military and those who serve as first responders.

Nil Sine Labore



Monday Morning what’s Kim Up To?

Posted by on Oct 23, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

As if a Nuclear war wasn’t bad enough ! ! !  now the latest  intel sends this TERRIFYING Report: A terrifying new report, issued by the intelligence company AMPLYFI and Harvard University, said Kim could even use North Korean civilians to spread the diseases across the globe. I feel that this is a worse threat than an all out war. If all the allies pulled together and removed this mad man from the Planet, we may return to a peaceful state of affairs  . We must come together to remove this madman....

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3 Red Fridays till Remembrance Day….

Posted by on Oct 20, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

All of the media seems to be starting their stories with the title  WW3. This sabre rattling must cease FORTHWITH. As the day of National Remembrance comes upon us we must reflect on those who paid the ultimate Price. A reader in Japan has corrected me with regard to Pierre Elliot Trudeau being a peacenik. This lady is a teacher and old friend, whom I greatly admire and respect. Marilyn Schick sister of my apprentice Brother Dave Maxwell.  I hereby submit a retraction to my story that Pierre Elliot Trudeau did not serve during WW2. He did in...

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D I S R E S P E C T the Liberal Government does it again ! ! ! !

Posted by on Oct 18, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

  As Remembrance day fast approaches, I was thoroughly disgusted with the memo from our Prime Minister, Boy Liberal of Canada, with regard to observing Remembrance Ceremonies Coast to Coast to Coast. The Liberals for the first time in Canadian History have placed a Limit on the number of wreaths that Members of Parliament may use this year….. HOW MANY YOU MAY ASK? ? ? ? TWO. Our MPs are paid far better than many of us ever were, or will be paid.  With Cabinet Ministers being in the REGION of a 1/2 Million Dollars per annum. WHY...

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Happier Thoughts on a Monday

Posted by on Oct 15, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

With all the sad news lately of Trump and Kim. I have decided today to go back to Military Humour. We have all heard and have stories of our time in the Military Land ,Sea or Air. Here are a few from an American Military humour ( HUMOR) site. Funnily enough the first one is a Canuck story. Anyone who has served in the military has great stories from basic training, deployments, or military life. French-Canadian Mr. Fluffy, by Gadarn One of the first days in basic a guy in my platoon was standing at attention while having his room inspected by...

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A worrying time for the WORLD ! ! !

Posted by on Oct 11, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

I must admit I do not agree with most of the Liberal Government statements but Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has  hit the nail on the head. “Canada finds itself navigating the most uncertain moment in international relations since the end of the Second World War, says Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland.” The chances of WW3 being triggered by either of the Maniacal leaders of the USA and N Korea, simply lose it and press the button, creating such a mass destruction of lives....

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Tomorrow the Flags of Remembrance will be raised across CANADA

Posted by on Oct 6, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

Thanks to Al Cameron and his superb teams who have worked so hard to get this far. Al Cameron is indeed a Canadian who not only respects Veterans, their families and Serving Soldiers. He makes one proud to be Canadian. BRAVO ZULU    AL and keep up the great projects of REMEMBRANCE.     With only 6 Red Fridays remaining before Remembrance Day I must wonder if WW£ will be upon us by then. The mad babblings and taunts of the so called LEADER of the USA are not ceasing at all. In fact now he is picking on IRAN…..again. PROJECTIONS are...

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Edmonton, Marseilles, (refugees)? possibly Las Vegas who knows yet.

Posted by on Oct 2, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments   Terrible news to see a so called Lone Wolf attacker in Canada  again.  Even sadder that our current PM has an open arm policy for refugees. Once again I ask, are all of these refugees Vetted  properly??  The person who attacked a Policeman in Edmonton, who was on traffic duty, who happens to be a Somali Refugee, how many sleepers have they sent into the west?  In fact a man who is being paid over a quarter Million Canadian Dollars annually is now Immigration Minister. He too was a...

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Putin Steps in with ICBM Testing?

Posted by on Sep 27, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

I must admit I was surprised to see Putin join in the Tit for Tat of Trump and Kim? This indeed changes the global stakes for WW3. I certainly do not wish to see either of these 3 leaders initiate  the BOMB. Do we learn nothing from past History? I fear not. Top U.S. general says North Korea military posture unchanged despite rhetoric U.S. tightens sanctions, Trump calls on countries to isolate ‘the North Korean menace’...

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Canadian Flag Bearer Invictus Games 2017 and news of the tit for tat……

Posted by on Sep 22, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

Corporal Isabelle Cartwright Corporal Isabelle Cartwright is honoured to be an Invictus Games Flagbearer and to show her support for her community and Team Canada’s competitors. Isabelle is fortunate to have been selected as a member of Team Canada this year, but is unable to compete, as her service dog cannot leave the province of BC until he is fully certified. Isabelle is honoured to be able to show her pride and support for the Invictus Games in a different way: as a National Flagbearer. She hopes to compete in the Games next year. Bravo...

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Legion and Veterans care (NOT)

Posted by on Sep 21, 2017 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

  At last the dysfunctional Royal Canadian Legion has made it to a larger Print Media  in Toronto, perhaps an interested Politician will get involved to try and save the Royal Canadian Legion:  Most members of today’s Legion have never spent a day in military uniform:    Not a medal EARNED in uniform…..FACT by Robert Smol the next story is from Fred Rodgers a Veteran of both the RN (Submariner) and the RCN. His Blog Irish Rover fights for Veterans and...

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