The return of “Les Bosches”

Today, the French people chose occupation of their country by the Fourth Reich over freedom. Ironically, the freedom offered was by someone that the media and their cohorts branded as ‘far right’ and ‘nazi’. President elect Macron even stooped so low as to use photo calls at Jewish holocaust sites to ram home that impression. You can’t get much lower than that when it comes to cynical exploitation. Goebels would have been proud of the propaganda campaign to keep Le Pen from gaining power.

Macron is about as pro-EU as it is possible to be. Like Marshall Philippe Pétain during World War II, he will now preside over a Vichy style government ruled from Berlin. France is occupied in all but name, just like it was in World War II.

Le Pen got it right last week when she said “On Sunday, France will elect a female president. The only question is whether it will be me or Frau Merkel!” Now we know the answer.

I’m not surprised that Macron won. The EU couldn’t possibly allow any other result. Britain must be punished for having the audacity to walk away from Greater Germania; for standing alone as we did in 1940. France has surrendered again. There will be no Frexit and Macron will help with the punishment. Expect queues of ‘peaceful’ people camped the other side of the English Channel.

It’s time to seal the tunnel. Time to erect the barricades. Time to wake up to the threat that is the EU.

In June 1944, British soldiers died on the beaches of Normandy in order to lift the German jackboot off the chest of France. The French people have chosen to throw all that away and submit to rule from Berlin, albeit in the thin disguise of Brussels. I am confident that they will come to regret their decision.

But this time we must remember not to bail them out…

3 responses to “The return of “Les Bosches”

  1. I feel so sorry for the french. Truly, they have fucked up on this one…


  2. rapscallion

    Absolutely concur Dioclese. We have spent to much blood and treasure (not to mention loss of Empire) to save Europe from itself, not once but twice in the last 100 years, and before that the Peninsular War culminating in Trafalgar and Waterloo. This time, they can shove it where the sun don’t shine. They will rue the day they chose to live under German rule.

    Can you hear that tune in the background? You know the one? Starts with Deutschland, Deutschland uber Alles.

    To paraphrase Churchill we’re going to have to deal with it, if necessary for years, if necessary alone. Anyway, they’re playing into our hands, there’s nothing we like more than having our backs against the wall, we few, we happy few.

    ‘Ave a go, if you think you’re f*cking ‘ard enough!

    F*ck ’em

  3. Old Geezer

    Deutschland uber alles. No, wrong words. Deutscland unter allies. has a much better sound to it.