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Will Britain have to rescue the “surrender monkeys” yet again?

Most readers will have probably heard of “Godwin’s Law”.

Godwin’s law (or Godwin’s rule of Hitler analogies) is an Internet adage which asserts that “As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Hitler approaches 1” ‍—‌that is, if an online discussion (regardless of topic or scope) goes on long enough, sooner or later someone will compare someone or something to Hitler or his deeds.

Godwin formulated his Law to warn against the incidence of inappropriate hyperbolic comparisons. “Although deliberately framed as if it were a law of nature or of mathematics….. I wanted folks who glibly compared someone else to Hitler to think a bit harder about the Holocaust”.

Well, in today’s blog, I’m afraid I’m going to prove Mr Godwin right. I’ll be doing some comparisons of Europe today to Europe of 1940. But sadly, I don’t think I’m making any ‘hyperbolic comparisons’.

Let’s start with the winner of last Sunday’s French presidential election. Here he is in all his glory – the French poodle:

The French poodle is a rather unpleasant over-dressed, over-coiffed, pampered creature – not like a real dog at all.

The new French president is vainglorious, self-admiring and married to his former schoolteacher – not a real man at all.

And here are two French poodles:

And here’s the two French poodles’ owner:

She seems to be telling her French poodles to go and fetch something. No doubt her French poodles obey her every command.

Anyone who thinks that the latest French poodle – globalist, pro-immigration, pro-Islamisation banker Macron is going to defend France’s interest is either a fool or mad.

I’ve written previously about Mark Twain’s well-known quote; “History doesn’t repeat itself but it rhymes”.

But what did Mark Twain mean? I believe the quote refers to the fact that different nationalities have their own characteristics and therefore, even though the historical context will change, each nationality will still react to each situation according to its national characteristics.

Applying that to the recent French presidential elections, I propose:

  • the German national character of obedience, hard work, self-righteousness and arrogance will always push the Germans to try to dominate other European countries either militarily (WW1 and WW2) or economically (the German-controlled EU)
  • the French national character of empty vanity, cowardice and pomposity will always cause the French to surrender to their German neighbours
  • the British national character of belief in democracy and freedom will always lead to the British opposing German domination of Europe

The result of these national characteristics has twice led to situations where France’s abject surrender to Germany has caused the French to come bleating to Britain begging us to save them from German rule. They’ve done this twice and each time have repaid Britain’s sacrifice of blood and resources with precious little gratitude.

If, in a few years time, the cheese-eating surrender monkeys come grovelling to us yet again demanding we save them from German rule, I hope we’ll tell them to get lost.

4 comments to Will Britain have to rescue the “surrender monkeys” yet again?

  • David Brown

    Macron puppet of the globalists – he is more like Captain Black the Mysteron agent in the original, not CGI, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons or should that by -and the Muslims.
    France and Briton may be acting as the poodles of the Washington hawks who are still conspiring to fragment Syria.Is another false flag CW- Chemical weapon incident being planed ?
    This also has link to Guardian article. http://www.christianvoice.org.uk/index.php/tories-setting-bomb-syria/

  • AntiLibtard

    One For The Libtard…

  • chris

    Is it now appropriate to stop buying German cars and French wine & cheeses. Buy British, Japanese, Greek, even Italian but now is time to shun those who want us to fail. I bought British last year and have the satisfaction of seeing my money support my own countrymen.

  • David Craig

    I always buy my wine from our friends in Australia and New Zealand (never from the cheese-gobbling surrender monkeys) would never buy a German car and tend to stick to British and Swiss cheeses.

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