The BBC covered preparations for the annual Liberation Day commemorations in the Channel Islands last weekend, but once again the Jersey Establishment and the BBC failed to acknowledge the crimes committed on Jersey during the war.
The slave labour camps, the sending of the Islands' Jews to concentration camps or the heroic if small resistance movement (Jersey Democratic Movement) led by Norman Le Brocq.
We should never forget that Jersey was the only region of Europe to have the same government before, during and after the war, such was the level of collaboration at the highest levels of the Establishment and the islands only newspaper.
An Establishment and newspaper that has never apologised for their role during the war or their systematic vilification of those who like Le Brocq made a stand against the fascist invader.
We must remind people what happened in the Channel Islands - how capitulation was common place and only a few brave men and women stood up for liberty. They were to be found in the ranks of the labour movement.