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MGM·Lion BS: To Br/Exit Or Not To Br/Exit (1036* d) RE: BS: To Br/Exit Or Not To Br/Exit 07 Jun 16

Stanron is absolutely right. At the time of the '75 referendum, they all swore on a stack of Bibles that what we were voting on was a purely commercial organisation, absolutely guaranteed to have no political purposes or overtones whatsoever. Any fule could see even then that they lied in their filthy throats -- and so it has proved in ♠♠♠ to the power of ∞+.

Please, let us get free of this incubus; the only thing on which its two leading members, France & Germany, being in agreement, is hatred of us: one lot for our having had to rescue them from the other by defeating them, that other for that defeat. That stinking swine De Gaulle then demonstrated his gratitude for having rescued him and letting him ponce about in a silly uniform pretending to command the non-existent 'Free French', claiming to be the equal of Churchill & FDR and getting the French into all those meetings where they had no claim whatever to be ["cheese-eating" what was it the guy in the Simpsons called them?!] by kicking us in the teeth by keeping us out of the cozy little club set up with his erstwhile foes apparently for the sole purpose of keeping us out [Ok Ok: I say again, "just becoz you're paranoid doesn't mean thy are not out to get you"], when that pathetic loser Heath decided he would like to wallow in the glory of having got us in.

It will be evident that the whole concept makes me want to throw up. For gods sake let's get out!


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