Opinion – Colonel Tim Collins on the deadly dangers from generals under the influence of diversity

From Michael Smith News

Sunday, 07 January 2018

Colonel Tim Collins was the CO of the 1st Battalion, the Royal Irish Regiment.

He is a fighting soldier.

He led men under fire in the 1st Gulf War, the Colombia Drugs War, the Zaire Army Rebellion 1991, Bosnia, Kosovo, the Iraq War and on several tours of Northern Ireland.

He’s perhaps best known for his rousing speech to his men as they prepared to invade Iraq in 2003 – a framed copy was said to hang in the White House Oval Office.

He’s put together a very important opinion piece for the Telegraph newspaper in the UK- but he could be writing about the Australian Army – the issues are the same as are the dangers.

The Army has been taken over by PC dreamers who are putting lives at risk