On St George’s Day, England is wiped off the map. The best day to reveal “secret” EU plans which our traitorous politicians have known about for years.


David Davis

 

 

Here’s the Daily Torygraph’s map:-

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2008/04/23/nmap123.xml

The wet bit in the middle is to be called the “Channel sea”. Miserable toads, all of these “énarques”, so they are…..off with their heads. 

And here’s The-Sun’s map:-

 

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article1076910.ece?enlargePopup=true&imageId=474356

 

I can’t copy-paste it as The Sun has copyrighted it, but you can go there I suppose. The Dead-Tree-Press has still got a lot to learn about the viral nature of the blogosphere.

Interestingly, on The Sun’s map, there is a little white bit in the middle of England which corresponds approx to Oxfordshire/Bucks/Northhants/Warwickshire/Worcestershire/Leicestershire/Bedfordshire, and which seems to belong to no “EU Region”. Perhaps this will be called “England” – or can anyone enlighten me?

I seem to remember that John Prescott, about whom we have recently blogged in a kindly way, was in favour of these “regions.”

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3 responses to “On St George’s Day, England is wiped off the map. The best day to reveal “secret” EU plans which our traitorous politicians have known about for years.

  1. Secret?? – oh for gawds sake – this has been common knowledge for decades. It is to do with the way in which the EU – for better or worse – encourages transnational projects, not nationality.

  2. Such a region is so glaringly absurd that to actually implement it would alert many people to the absurdity of the EU.

  3. I wish that you were right, Otto! The trouble is that the buggers don’t really care. The quality of “good television” here is just too good and too absorbing, and Tesco is so fine at providing what needs to be provided for tonight’s party or bbq, that nobody cares.

    DASS ES IMMER SO BLEIBE!