I’m adding another letter from a veteran, he clearly condemns the prolific use of these pretend legion medals. I whole heartily agree with his outrage, legion medals are out of hand. They are everywhere, associate members wear them with pride, their chests puffed out like they have just returned from battle!!! As the writer suggested we should write letters exposing this fraud to the public. Indeed, I wrote a letter to the editor some time ago explaining the legions permitting civilians to wear pretend medals. Shortly after my letter was published I read a response from the Charlottetown Branch president defending these medals. He cited the Knights of Columbus, Masons and even Cadets wear medals! So why shouldn’t legion members wear the same medals. All I can say to that is this, I have never seen a Knight, Mason or a Cadet wearing anything close to the number of medals worn by legion associates. To even include cadets is childish!!! they are after all, just you young people belonging to a very reputable semi military organization. We only have to look at these pretend veterans to feel angry. I agree with the writer of the attached letter, this is a form of stolen valour.
I went to my nieces review at air cadets , i was perplexes at some of the legion members mostly flat faces civies wearing a rack of medals , for what i dont know ?? Parading around and behing thought of as heros and vets ! Bunch of wanna be s no blood sweat or tears ever shed in the military from these pussies , meanwhile people are like looking up to them and saying thanks for your service !!! As im siting there ignored and looked down on ?!? I feel like putting out an info ad locally and explaining the difference between the right hand side and left hand side medals worn ! Once and for all so those fukin goof dont get credit for fuk all ! Pisses me off not jealous just offended , its stolen valour if you ask me ! At least they didnt have wings ! Fur would off flown then !
Some more things for the Legion to think about,
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