|ISIS traitor in the sights*|
Likewise the Falklands. We stood shocked and silent in the bar of the Golden Lion in Ipswich as news of Sheffield's sinking came in; one of our group was out there, with the Marines, so it was quite personal and at that point became deadly serious. But at no point did I celebrate the necessary killing of the poor frozen Argentine conscripts.
But ISIS are different. This is an existential struggle between good and evil; they are not just the enemy, they represent the antithesis of everything that we Europeans have taken three thousand years to become. They have, in my mind, become just as inhuman as the Jap 'vermin' in the last war and best dealt with by fuel-air bombs, flamethrowers, high explosives and a hail of copper-jacketed lead. And yes, I will celebrate the demise of evey single ISIS enemy - man or woman, teenager or adult, and will do absolutely everything in my power to help my country bring about their extermination.
*Zahra Halane. British subject, who fled the country to become a 'bride of ISIS'