Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Insult to British War Dead

"Whatever you do. Don't mention the dead British "
Neither of these men have a country they can call their homeland

So, the Queen who served in the 2nd World War in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service, has been snubbed by the Hungarian Jew and President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy by not being invited to attend next week's D-Day celebrations.

Now regardless of whether you are a republican or a monarchist, this is a very grave insult to the memories of the 24,000 British and Canadian troops who died on those beaches, many of whom are still buried there.
A French government source said: 'There were never any plans to invite members of the British Royal Family, although an invitation has been extended to Gordon Brown after he said he wanted to come.

'He will, of course, be concentrating on the British commemorations, away from the American beaches, as is appropriate. This is very much a Franco-American occasion
Yes. I suppose it is. The French contribution to the war was to plant quick growing trees in 1933 so the Germans could march through Paris in the shade in the summer of 1940.

And the American contribution was to wait until 1941 when Germany declared war on America. They never leapt to the defence of freedom, they were dragged to it. And boy did they make us pay through the nose in war loans for their entry into the war.

War Loans that Our impoverished Country only finally paid off last year. No help in rebuilding Our Country, that money went to Germany and Japan to build the new industries that would destroy British Ship building and heavy plant manufacture for ever.
Some critics, including Lord Keynes (1883-1946), saw the loan as a means used by America to subjugate Britain after the war. Lord Keynes was a British economist whose theory called Keynesian economics, made a major impact on modern economic and political theory. Economists consider him one of the main founders of modern theoretical macroeconomics. Lord Keynes believed that the United States gave the loans with an eye to subjugate Britain. But this is a debatable point and all economists are not in agreement with it.
The commemorations, which have been widely publicised in both France and America, in what can only be a calculated snub to Our Country, makes no mention of British or Canadian troops involvement.

It says: 'Surrounded by French and American veterans, the presidents Obama and Sarkozy will pay homage to the thousands of Americans who lost their lives on the Normandy beaches in their fight for liberty.'

Perhaps it is a good job my father who landed on Sword Beach is no longer around to see how low we have fallen and just how much the country he fought for as betrayed his memory.

And just when I think the article is done, I just have to turn over one more stone and pick up a new scent and a strange one it is that may or may not be relevant to the previous part of this article but should interest you never the less.

Hungarian and German Officers, 1944
Comrades in Arms then

Hungary fought with great determination for Nazi Germany during the 2nd World War (and I must confess if I was fighting the Red Army so would I) and yet despite his families Jewish origins Nicolas Sarkozy's father and his family chose to flee to Germany in 1944 as the Red Army advanced into Hungary.

Sarkozy's father then did something rather strange, in 1945 he went to Baden Baden, near the French border and enlisted in the French Foreign Legion, who believe it or not were recruiting without questions, large numbers of fleeing SS Soldiers, in fact 70% of the Legion then, was made up of German and Austrian soldiers who went on to fight and die for France in Indo-China.

Did Sarkozy's father fight for the Germans? I do not know, he was a teenager then but he certainly joined the Foreign Legion in 1945 and escaped going to Indo-China by getting an Hungarian(Jewish?) Doctor to give him a medical discharge.

No way was Sarkozy's father going to go and risk his life for France fighting the Vietminh - the forerunners to the Viet Cong.

Make of it what you will. Sarkozy has no roots, no loyalty to a homeland. He is perfect for the New World Order, a man with no country of his own and no honour. Like his father before him a coward who runs away rather than fight for the land that took him in.

Were I the Queen, I would rather invite the Chairman of the British National Party around for a couple of cans and watch Match of the Day, then be seen anywhere near the likes of Bananarama and Sarkozy.