A WWII RAF veteran has made an epic stand against a 'racist' tweeter moaning about refugees coming into the UK.
After Jeremy Corbyn's refused to sing the National Anthem on Tuesday, 92-year-old Harry Leslie Smith tweeted his none-too-subtle opinion.
As a RAF veteran of WW2 I'm not offended by Corbyn not singing #nationalanthem but I am offended by politicians who sell guns to tyrants— Harry Leslie Smith (@Harryslaststand) September 15, 2015
In response 'daz' felt the need to offer his sympathies...
@Harryslaststand i feel sorry for you harry, risked your life for this country now we let anyone in— daz (@captainrooney) September 17, 2015
Only Smith was having none of it...
— Harry Leslie Smith (@Harryslaststand) September 17, 2015
If you haven't heard of Harry Leslie Smith let us bring you up to speed.
He's a (according to his Twitter profile) "survivor of the Great Depression, RAF veteran & activist". He's also an author and basically a bit of a legend.
Smith gained thousands of fans during the run up to the General Elelction with his criticism of the Tories, as well as his support for gay rights and Cecil the Lion.
It is grand day for everyone b/c #Ireland has show the world that hope, dignity & human rights can be triumphant over hate, bigotry and fear— Harry Leslie Smith (@Harryslaststand) May 23, 2015
We applaud you sir.