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Britain goes grovelling to the Germans again and again and again

As the dust settles over the appointment of the ghastly, parasitic, arrogant semi-drunk Juncker as President of the European Commission under the orders of Angela Merkel, the next stage of Britain’s humiliation begins – trying to get a decent job for whatever political has-been Cameron decides to send to the European Commission.

Rumour in Brussels has it that Juncker will just be a high-living, champagne-guzzling figurehead for the European Commission and that the real mover and shaker will be his Head of Cabinet (Chef de Cabinet), a German who I think is called Martin Selmayr. Now Britain will have to go cap in hand grovelling to a German (Selmayr) working for a German-controlled glove-puppet (Juncker) to get even the slightest concession in the German stitch-up that is the EU.

Meanwhile, another German Martin Schulz was yesterday re-elected as European Parliament President.

As Britain finds itself in this catastrophic situation, grovelling to Germans or German glove-puppets at every level of the EU, perhaps our quisling leaders should reflect on the 16 million killed in World War I of whom 1 million were British and the 60 million killed in World War II of whom 450,000 were British – all to save us from being dominated by the Germans

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The cowardly spineless Dutch, Belgians, French, Italians, Danish and many others are used to giving in to the Germans almost before the first shot has been fired. Only the British have ever really resisted the German takeover of Europe. As we now hand over our country to Germany, perhaps Remembrance Day should be cancelled? After all, the sight of our leaders’ hypocrisy as they claim Britain’s dead ‘will not be forgotten’ while giving control of our country to the Germans is more than sickening.

 

 

 

6 comments to Britain goes grovelling to the Germans again and again and again

  • John Fields

    I think I will throw my bloody medals in the bin!

  • Joe Schmoe

    Some of my best colleagues are German.

  • NG

    Yup and may of the best members of my family got slaughtered by Germans.

  • NG

    So, over the last hundred years around 76 million people have been murdered trying to prevent the Germans taking over Europe and all a reader called Joe Schmoe can write is “some of my best colleagues are German”. I would humbly suggest that Joe Schmoe’s comment is either meant to be ironic or else is a pathetically inadequate response to historical fact.

  • right_writes

    “… the next stage of Britain’s humiliation begins – trying to get a decent job for whatever political has-been Cameron decides to send to the European Commission.”

    You never know David, we may strike lucky and have Dave re-appoint the wonderful, the marvellous, the stupendous….

    ….

    ….Lady of Ashton.

  • Joe Schmoe

    I’m sorry to hear about your family members NG.
    I was born in the 50’s and my parents and Grandparents experienced the wars either first or second hand.
    I have worked in Germany/Scandinavia amongst other places and am just conveying my personal experiences.
    Having said that. The E.U. generally works better for Germans than any other peoples. And as a predominantly export based economy the weakening Euro is a boon.

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