Friday, 9 December 2011

Celebrate the Commonwealth

Well, I guess as we haul down those those old EU flags we'll need something to replace them with; no need to look too far, though .....


Anonymous said...

We have to hope that Cameron and our politicians have FINALLY seen the light that is The Commonwealth and pluck up the courage to take us our of The Dark of the EU.

The British people have always known who our true friends are.

Greg Tingey said...

Like it!

lilith said...

We have to hope that the Commonwealth countries will want to trade more with us again after we so rudely abandoned our commitments to them on joining the EU. But I think they have found other markets.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

One of the most hateful things about the EU is that it makes our friends and brothers-in-arms queue up in the "Foreigners" line at the airport, and get grilled, while those who are at best indifferent to us, and in fact are bent on our destruction by one means and another, waltz into our country without let or hindrance.

I so much look forward to that situation being reversed once this whole nightmare has collapsed.

BrianSJ said... is the instrument to use.

English Pensioner said...

As I said in my own blog, all that happens is that the status quo prevails. No powers have been reclaimed, nothing changes and Cameron has avoided a referendum.

James Higham said...

Bring it on.

Anonymous said...

You cannot be serious
Nobody with a speck of grey matter
can see any glimmer of use in that
hotch potch of degenerates.
Wakey Wakey
Smell the Costa
Stop being silly


andy said...

The commonwealth? No.
We should trade with who ever the hell we like if they have something we want, and to hell with any other state that dissaproves.
The commonwealth has plenty of states that we shouldnt touch with a 10 foot pole.
Its time for us to regain our national self confidence and if that causes some to label us arrogant(always a label readily attached to the English by our enemies)so what?
If you can walk the walk,why not talk the talk?.

lilith said...

Being a Kiwi it pisses me right off to only find French, Israeli and USA apples in the supermarket.

Anonymous said...

Hope that second flag doesn't get mistaken as a symbol for the NWO.

outsider said...

Don't recall even seeing that flag before, but I like it.