The “Taliban” expressed their anger and upset at an article in which Prince Harry seems to compare shooting real people (taking them out of the game) with Ipod shoot them up games and they said that Prince Harry is suffering from mental problems.
Yesterday Prince Harry himself said upon arrival back from Afghanistan that he did not know what normal is anymore and from experience I can say that it is one of the telltale signs of PTSD. (And no I have not been a war situation and neither did I should people thank God as that is something that you have to deal with n top of your own damage)
I wonder if his wealth and status will help him in dealing with the turmoil inside and I have to agree with the “Taliban” prince Harry has some serious problems. As he himself said, the experience was vastly different to the previous stay in Afghanistan. Something like a bootcamp holiday for the boys to the horror of what war is really all about I reckon.
Prince Harry tonight admitted he ‘doesn’t know what normal is anymore’ after arriving back in the UK from his second tour of Afghanistan.
The Apache co-pilot gunner has been on post-deployment ‘decompression’ at a British military base, thought to be in Cyprus, since leaving Helmand province on Monday night.
Harry landed at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire on a regular personnel flight and is expected to travel on with his unit, 662 Squadron, 3 Regiment Army Air Corps, to their Suffolk base.
The 28-year-old said a seven-year-old girl was shot down by insurgents on his final day on tour, adding: ‘Normality is a very ambiguous thing.’
He said: ‘It was a hell of an experience. I’m really proud of the guys. It’s very different to when I was last out there. I’m just thrilled to be back. A bit of blue sky in Cyprus, a bit of decompression, some comedy – and back to the snow. Four and a half months has gone very quickly.
‘You get life experiences that you get nowhere else out there. The best thing about it is to be back. I’ll be looking forward to getting back and seeing my family. Being away for four and a half months you forget what’s happened in the news.’