Friday will see a minuet’s silence the victims of the Tunisia beach attack. David Cameron has announced that there will be a minuet’s silence held at 12pm on Friday to remember the people who lost their lives in the Tunisia Beach attacks.
And so the mourning and reflection begins.
You’ve got to love the way that the British do things. The way we are going to mourn about the loss of 18 British people in to hold a minuet’s silence. Other countries would have three official national days of mourning and let’s face it the Greeks would probably start a riot.
Jokes aimed at the Greeks aside at least the people who lost their lives will be remembered.
We’re not in that the point were people are coming out with the Horror Stories that happened.
That’s the thing there are and will be horror stories.
The people who have been lucky enough to survive this horror will not have to live with what they have lived through. I will probably haunt them for the rest of their lives and don’t forget they might even get survivors guilt as well.
It’s not going to be pleasant for them.
Britain will hold a minuet’s silence for the people who died on Friday. Well there’s nothing like a stiff upper lip.