– The British military criticizes Prince Harry sharply
The king’s son’s remark about the killing of 25 Taliban members sparked an angry response. It violates the army’s code of conduct and shows an undignified “corpse counting mentality”.
Peter Nonenmacher in London
The Brits are currently dealing with a whole avalanche of revelations from Prince Harry’s diary “Spear” before the book is officially published. Harry also achieves a private and political dimension by noting that during his missions in Afghanistan ten years ago 25 Taliban members were killed – and that he tried to see his enemies not as human beings but as “pawns” who should be “removed from the chessboard”. who had to be “eliminated” as the “bad guys” in the field “before they could kill the good guys”.