British Prime Minister: “The Falklands War was one of the most proud moments”
February 28, 2013
British Prime Minister David Cameron said the Falklands War of 1982 “was one of the most proud moments in recent history of his country.”
He said it during a session in the House of Commons in London, when he came to the intersection of opposition candidate John O’Farrell of the Labour Party, who had stated that he wanted “Britain lost the war for the sake of Britain itself “.
Cameron lamented: “the surprising lack of patriotism and national pride” of O’Farrell and said that “the war was one of the proudest moments in the recent history of the United Kingdom”.
And he concluded: “This candidate, supported by the Labour Party leader, has a chilling lack of patriotism. His words are a disgrace.”
Expressions of prime minister was a few days before that takes place the referendum on the islanders, which ratified their desire to remain under political control of the United Kingdom.