Brexit a Go

This momentous letter is diplomatically worded, courteous in the best British tradition. Also in the best British tradition, it upholds the value of self-determination.

Good luck, Britannia.


Ymar Sakar said...

Code Geass

The Japanese are excellent at faction. Fiction as fact. It's almost like a prophetic gift. One of the things I first encountered concerning the true story behind Americans vs anti Americans, came from the Japanese as fiction, after 2007. Yet by investigating it, I was able to foresee things like Fast and Furious, or at least that kind of internal treason and diabolical Leftist hierarchy planning, was of no surprise to me. They were more than capable of it, they did much more in Vietnam and before during FDR and Wilson.

Ymar Sakar said...

Britain doesn't seem to have the same issues as us. The stage of acceleration is farther along than us, as represented by Rot. Perhaps because the House of Windsor is as people rumor it to be, that Princess Dianne was killed because she got into some troubling family secrets she shouldn't have seen from the Queen's visage.

Once people, such as the alt right, start questioning the status quo history and myths... that rabbit hole knows no end.

Ymar Sakar said...

Brexit not only has to fight against the British traitors in their own islands, they also have to fight against P Francis.

This Francis character is the guy who tried to get rid of guns and walls, while living in the Vatican surrounded by Swiss assault rifles.

He embraces Islam as part of the True Faith, but Protestants are not... heh "correct" enough I suppose. A precursor to another holy war, perhaps.

The US will have a civil war, Europe will have their wars, Russia and China will get their slice, and the Pope will be the center of it all, in their eyes at least.

Brexit will need luck. Facing the entire world is not so easy.

E Hines said...

The EU plainly is trying to draw its own iron curtain around itself.

At least the Hotel California had gilt on its cage.

Eric Hines

Tom said...

I'd never read the lyrics of that song before, and now I realize I've fallen victim to what is apparently a common meme. According to the All-Knowing Wikipedia:

"Richard Dawkins recounts in The Selfish Gene that the repeated exclamation "Rule, Britannia! Britannia, rule the waves!" is often rendered as "Rule, Britannia! Britannia rules the waves!", changing both the meaning and inflection of the verse. This addition of a terminal 's' to the lyrics is used as an example of a successful meme."

I always thought it was "rules" myself until now.