Sunday, 13 January 2013

Standing Up: A very British Tradition

Standing Up: A very British Tradition

Reviewing the history of Britain long before the United Kingdom was created, it is plainly visible that standing up is very much one of the greatest traditions.

From the very beginning life has been a struggle for survival. Millions of liberal do-gooders should not take life for granted and should stop giving away for free what took centuries of blood, sweat, tears and toil to forge.

The Daily Telegraph writes ‘Cameron must be bold and stand up to Germany. It makes good sense to opt out of measures that have nothing to do with trade and everything to do with establishing a super state’.

The idea is not only to stand up to Germany. They idea is to stand up to anybody and everybody who challenges the very existence of the United Kingdom.

As rumours of a new war with Argentina are spreading, the British government is getting ready to confront Argentina. Using Galtieri’s methods, Cristina Fern├índez Wilhelm is using the Falkland Islands to make people forget about the real problems of Argentina.

In 1982, Argentina got out practically scotch free after an ill-conceived invasion while the Argentinean mainland remained intact. This would not be the case if there is another military adventure. Rather than allowing Argentina’s airplanes to sink British ships, the Argentinean bases on the mainland should be bombed into oblivion in the very same way Israel destroyed the air forces of its enemies before they could even take off.

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