Sunday, December 02, 2012

The fear of the flag of St George

We, who are as good as you,
swear to you, who are no better than us,
to accept you as our king and sovereign,
provided you observe all our liberties and laws,
but if not, no.

Fifteenth century version of the Oath of Sobrarbe from the region of Aragon where the flag of St George was adopted as the emblem of their rulers three centuries before the Kings of England followed suit.

With such a powerful history and roots that extend all across Europe, almost to Moscow itself, mainly in the 'Highland' regions, is it any wonder that Britain's authorities have tried, without success, to suppress this powerful symbol of individuality combined with a limited but necessary temporary pooling of authority to form a removable peoples' sovereignty with the prime objective being towards joint and mutual benefit?

Is it any wonder either, the EU too now fears the rise of new separatist pressures along the Pyrenees.  The EU has today become the antithesis of all for which freedom-seeking Europeans have striven to achieve and retain down more centuries than any of us perhaps can now easily realize?

England too, must now remove itself from the collectivist nightmare the EU represents, before its fake and imposed parliament selects a supremo from among its corrupt membership to rule us in the entire self-interest of that self-same elite! 

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Anonymous Mike Spilligan said...

St.George is the patron saint of Catalunya, now pressing for further autonomy; but be a little careful with Moscow which has St.George with a serpent - dragons being lucky in those parts.

10:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think MC, that the thought of a certain T Blair as EU head honcho will soon put the forces of integration to flight.

11:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An even greater negative effect is the potential of Slot-Gob Cherie as 'First Madame'.

9:24 PM  

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