Never again should European men fight other European men! That is the key lesson to be learned from the vast First World War graveyards in Flanders and Northern France visited by the Knights Templar International over Remembrance weekend.
Guest presenter Jim Dowson introduces footage from the events and comments on how the sacrifices shown in the war cemeteries puts into perspective the inconveniences faced by those who today are warning about the dire threat to Europe and the West posed by radical Islamism.
He also tells us about the KTI wreath-layings to remember the British, Irish, Australian, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, Rhodesia and to the American volunteers who joined the war before their country did.
And he gives a special mention to the several hundred Sikhs and Gurkhas who were there at the deeply moving ceremony at the Menim Gate.
Despite the fact that huge numbers of Indian Muslims also served with the British forces in the Great War, there was no sign of a Muslim contingent joining them. This shows very clearly how the deeply anti-British Islamism of bodies such as the Muslim Brotherhood now dominates organised Islam throughout the West.
The storm clouds of war are gathering again, but this time, we’re not going to be fighting young Germans, Austrians or Hungarians. Thank God for that! “No more brothers’ wars!”