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01-25-2012, 05:43 PM
:laugh: We shall begin with perhaps one of the least know speeches...but most well known phrases.
The Russians did not like Maggie during the last years of the cold war, because Maggie was a conservative, and the one thing she hated most in the world was Socialism. So they rudely started calling her names.
This was her response
01-26-2012, 07:18 PM
Today we continue with Maggie in Europe.
Maggie hates Socialism, and she doesnt much care for Europe either, because Europe wants to sign the United Kingdom up for a new "union" this Union is a political deal which she is worried will violate the soverignty of England, and "Denude" the House.
She worries because the other thing Europe want is a "Union" on a financial basis.
Margaret was very right to be worried.
Within Twenty years of this Broadcast, England would be one of the largest contributers to the kitty of the European Union on a financial level thanks to a loose "political union" which is ever increasingly become a Federation. She was also right to had doubts about a Single Currency, although a "paralelle Currency" was all that was discussed at her tenure, and of course the name changed. A currency that would be in dire circumstance within the first decade of its use, and which now stands on the brink of complete collapse, or complete union under a German Europe.
"No! No! No!" she told the lot of them!
Although whether she was saying that to the Europeans...or the Labour party of her own Governments opposition...is open for debate :laugh: Could she also have been speaking to half of her own conservative party...Maggie began to be isolated along a road that would lead to her desposition during a civil conflict within her own party...and whilst they would continue to rule for another seven years...it would not be under her leadership.
Twenty years later...the truth has set her free as being the person who saved us all from Continental foreign rulers like...GOD forbid, President Sarkozy of France...or a Hungry Female German Chancellor.
"For the sake of being little sir echo! me too!"
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