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Flat White

Time for the RSL to get off its knees

13 January 2017

8:51 AM

13 January 2017

8:51 AM

70th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Founding Battalions of The Royal Australian Regiment

If ever there was an act of national moral cowardice it has been the RSL’s nil response to plans to cancel some Anzac Day commemorations this year over possible terrorist threats.

The bed-wetting, jelly-kneed councillors on the Blue Mountains City Council dissolved over an imagined threat to the annual Anzac Day march in their area and decreed there will be no marches or services in their jurisdiction.


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