Not a good month for the Dear Leader who was allegedly spotted during the Remembrance Sunday services wearing what appeared to be contrary to accepted UK Court of St James protocol, his foreign decorations awarded by the Italian Government for the promotion of Italy.
Not wishing to open old wounds but didn't Italy during the Second World War bat for the other side, ie Herr Hitler?
My Dad with the Royal Air Force for example in a wooden framed Mosquito aircraft in 1943 bombed the Italian Port of Civitavecchia, dropping a 4,000 lb load on the port entrance, and last time I looked the right hand Port Citadel was still 55 years later, in the same state the RAF left it... and wasn't the Italian Dictator Mussolini, who originally founded the decoration, worn by the Dear Leader, duly hanged?
For the Leader of the No Overall Control Council Cllr Marco Cereste (Councillor, Grand Officer (Gr. Uff. Italia) Marco Cereste, Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Growth, Strategic Planning, Economic Development, Business Engagement and Environment Capital, etc etc.,) to then physically demonstrate that he cannot even control matters in his fabled public realm replica of downtown Rome and that throwing fireworks and flares around is not seen by him to be a major security risk at a time of International tension and the UKs' highest threat level, is simply beyond belief. Then to try and publicly ridicule a journalist in the twitter columns as he raises several points of major concern, then the Dear Leader should urgently consider his own position.
Before the twitter comments are deleted we have run the complete exchange of views below:
FROM THE PETERBOROUGH TELEGRAPH WEBSITE:
Shoppers and revellers were left fearing for their safety when a large crowd let off flares and fireworks during an unofficial rally in Peterborough city centre.
The flag-waving group were said to have marched though Cathedral Square with police reported to be present but not willing to intervene. The loutish behaviour took place on Saturday at about 7.30pm and witnesses say the crowd marched on to the nearby Central Park.
It is not known if anyone was arrested during the rally, which had not been approved by Peterborough City Council. Cambridgeshire police have been asked to comment on the incident but have not yet issued a response.
The crowd caused fear among many shoppers and revellers in the city centre.
Some took to Twitter to express their concerns.
@emallen31 tweeted: “Drove past this a few minutes ago & it was terrifying! Wondered what on earth was happening! Looked very dangerous.”
@Graham4ParkWard tweeted about marchers blocking roads, lighting flares and throwing fireworks.
Peterborough MP Stewart Jackson said: “I’m concerned and as a local resident was made aware of this march.
“I hope that this situation doesn’t recur as it did frighten quite a few people in the city centre.
“I will be seeking more information from Cambridgeshire Constabulary on what happened and hopefully they will be better placed to liaise with the organisers to ensure that they are aware of their responsibilities that people are free to demonstrate but it shouldn’t descend into mob rule.”
A council spokesman said: “We were approached by a member of the public to hold an event on Saturday night.
“We agreed subject to more information being provided, such as a risk assessment. No one ever came back to us. As far as the council is concerned is the event was not meant to happen. It was not sanctioned.” http://www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/news/local/menacing-scenes-as-flares-let-off-in-peterborough-city-centre-rally-1-6408215
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