Purveyor of Bollocks to the Crowned Heads of Europe
Friday, 21 October 2016
The Surrealist map of the world
The ostracization begins. At her first E.U. summit as Prime Minister, Theresa May was kept waiting until 1.30am by the other 27 nations, and when she did speak, she was cut-off after six minutes. They are really in a strop with us, and who can blame them?
Prior to the meeting, a French minister spoke to a British journalist saying that Mrs May need not worry about going into the 'lion's den', she would be entering 'a nest of doves'. Yeah right!
Years before all this when President Obama entered the White House for the first time, the British were deeply offended and worried by the news that Barak had ordered the removal of the bust of Sir Winston Churchill from the Oval Office.
Not quite qualifying as an international incident, this little bit of furniture-rearranging on the other side of the Atlantic had Whitehall running around their oak-lined corridors, desperately trying to assess to what degree Britain's influence in the USA had been lost or severely diminished.
"Please tell us we still have a Special Relationship - PLEASE!"
Now that Europe has finally succeeded in cutting the U.S. dollar down to size, we jointly decide to leave the Union. Let us hope that the grasping politicians keep their promise of making Britain 'Great' again by enabling us to stand on our own two feet, because we are certainly not going to get any help from anyone else.
For the first time in about 500 years, we are allowing a fully armed, foreign warship to cruise through the Straits of Dover unchallenged, on its way to a real conflict.
Every other vessel which uses this waterway is compelled by E.U. law to burn refined deisel, but I bet the Russians are belching out black smoke from crude.