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To the people of Britain. Throw off your chains. Embrace the spirit of 1776 and do as the Americans did.
Storm that "royal" palace, arrest these freeloading bums, strip them of their possessions, give them each a potato sack, kick 'em in their "royal" bums and tell 'em to go get a g-damn job!
Oh wait, thats right, they took your guns...
Originally posted by AthlonSavage
reply to post by restlessinMT
Well I for one am happy to see new life thrown into the monarchy and the world. His Dad seems to be a pretty hard working up standing man to me. I wish him all the best an hope society will let the little feller grow up!
I know heaps of people who work harder than him. Id rather see them or their newborn on TV getting praise. All your post serves is to reveal you as a elitist to protecting the rights of one Royal baby. There are millions of babies born each year that will have a much tougher life than the royal baby.
Originally posted by charles1952
reply to post by boymonkey74
Will Britons abandon their history? Will they discard their heritage? (No! Roars the crowd.)
Will they leave behind the great Knights and Ladies who have inspired hundreds of millions around the world? (Never!)
Perhaps my distinguished colleagues on the other side of the aisle believe there is a better form of government. Perhaps they think the parliament of the European Union is the model we free Britons should adhere to? (No, no! Shame)
And were it not for the seriousness of the matter, I would not want to use this example where delicate ladies may hear, but do we want to be governed like the FRENCH? (Uproar as the crowd tears up the back benches and the heretics are thrown into the Thames.)
I have a love for Great Britain. It contains something essential to the human spirit. There is something which will be lost when Barons are replaced by bureaucrats. There is something about it which has the capacity to rise above committees, something which inspires valiant deeds and fairy tales.
There is the possibility in Britain of something rarely seen, and often rejected, in today's gray world of commissars, "fairness," "diversity," and "equality." That quality is nobility.
And from before the United Sates was a country, these lines existed:
When Britain first, at Heaven's command Arose from out the azure main;
This was the charter of the land, And guardian angels sang this strain:
"Rule, Britannia! rule the waves:
"Britons never will be slaves."