The Sunday Express columnist let rip during his LBC radio show and gave the Ministry Of Defence both barrels in this devastating rant.
"How can that be justified?” he asked. “We are talking about more than 600 British servicemen and women who lost their lives and, in some instances, no one from their family will be present.
"Of course the Queen needs to be there and actually I get current senior politicians and cabinet ministers, but I'm sorry, former ambassadors. No.”
Nick Ferrari blasted organisers of the memorial service for not inviting widows
Who's running this, al-Qaeda? It's absolutely ridiculous
He then likened the organisers to “al-Qaeda” in the fiery rant.
"If it's a choice between a widow or the children of someone who actually laid down their life, why for the love of all that's holy, is some superannuated Herbert who's probably got a knighthood and God knows what else, a grace and favour accommodation, given a ticket when the widow isn't.
"Who's running this, al-Qaeda? It's absolutely ridiculous."
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The Duchess of Cornwall visiting soldiers last month
The outburst comes with the Queen set to unveil a new memorial at Victoria Embankment Gardens at the service in London on Thursday.
It honours UK Armed Forces and civilians who served in the Gulf region, Iraq and Afghanistan, between 1990 and 2015.
About 2,500 people are expected to attend the event, which will include prayers, music and readings.
Bereaved families told The Times newspaper that they felt snubbed after they were left off the guest list for the event.
A spokeswoman for the MoD told The Times: “To ensure each group is represented, we asked charities and groups representing the bereaved of each service to suggest attendees and we look forward to welcoming them on Thursday.”
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said: “The memorial will stand as a permanent reminder of the contribution and sacrifice that so many members of our Armed Forces, aid workers and civilian personnel made towards the security of the United Kingdom and the interests of Iraq and Afghanistan.
“Their efforts underline our on-going commitment to support the people of this region in building a more stable future which will help keep Britain safer and more secure.”