Ant Middleton (above) is a true inspiration and a much-needed role model for our British youth.
He served with Special Forces in Afghanistan, has climbed Mount Everest, has been the Chief Instructor on the Channel 4 program SAS: Who Dares Wins, and currently holds the honorary position of Chief Cadet in the Volunteer Cadet Corps of the Royal Navy.
However, his honorary position is now under threat because of his comments on the violence and destruction wrought by communist Black Lives Matter (BLM) protestors.
Middleton justifiably described them as 'absolute scum' after they vandalised our statues.
Although Ant Middleton has subsequently explained the reasoning behind his comments - and has apologised for any offence caused - the explanation and apology appear to be insufficient and his virtue-signalling bosses in the Royal Navy hierarchy are reportedly intent on sacking him this week.
Britain First considers this to be an absolute disgrace and a betrayal of all the traditional British values that are embodied in the remarkable figure of this selfless veteran who has contributed so much to our country and we will fight this persecution tooth and nail to make sure that he stays in his post as Chief Cadet.
Take part in our campaign and your message will be sent immediately and automatically to Lt Col Terence Wing, the Commander of the Volunteer Cadet Corps, and Major Chris Spratt, Deputy Commander: