Britain won’t ever admit this, but their last chance to retain greatness was during the early days of the Second World War.
You see, back in that time our good old friend Mr. H tried to make the Anglo-Saxons see reason and join in the conquest of the (((Bolshevik hordes))), but the proto-Cuck Islanders chose war with their Germanic cousins instead.
Fast forward seventy years and they’ve now got a broken nation minus its empire, minus its wealth, minus the virginity of its young girls, and inundated with the body odor of millions of savage subhumans.
But aggression still seems to exist, albeit towards a now-resurrected Russia free from Jewish rot and Western-style corruption.
Russia has vowed to strike back after Britain moved to banish 23 Russian spooks within a week in the wake of the spy poisoning scandal.
Responding to Theresa May’s announcement that diplomats who are really spies will be booted out, Moscow threatened its “response measures will not be long in coming”.
The PM said Russia had shown “contempt and defiance” in the aftermath of an attempt to kill ex-spy Sergei Skripal and warned that the poisoning represented “the unlawful use of force by Russia against the United Kingdom”.
This poisoning scandal is literally the 2018 equivalent of last year’s Gas Baby – just another method to stir up tension where there should be peace and cooperation.
She also confirmed that no ministers or members of the Royal Family will attend this summer’s World Cup in Russia – but stopped short of calling on the England team to pull out of the tournament.
Don’t worry – if the mean racist Russians start mocking the “New British” during a match, we’ll likely see a pullout.
Putin’s officials responded with fury, saying Britain’s tough response was “unacceptable, unjustified and shortsighted” and describing it as a “provocation”.
A statement released by the Russian embassy in the capital crowed: “Obviously, by investigating this incident in a unilateral, non-transparent way, the British Government is again seeking to launch a groundless anti-Russian campaign.
“Needless to say, our response measures will not be long in coming.”
But this is what a Conservative government will always do here in the West – ignore pressing issues like the mass grooming/rape/kebab manufacturing of their young girls in favor of beating war drums that long ago ceased to be effective.
Britain really is the geopolitical version of the 60 year old you see in the bar trying to fight 25-year-old guys in order to relive his college days in the 1970’s.
After Ms May announced the spy expulsion Jeremy Corbyn sparked anger when he suggested that Russia might NOT be behind the attack and compared the investigation to claims about Saddam Hussein’s WMDs.
Pretty cool guy Jeremy is.
Not sure if he’s sober more than 30% of the time (Nigel Farage is much the same way), but he does make some good points when he talks about Israel, Russia, and Iran.
The PM also announced this afternoon:
New laws to help Britain defend itself from all forms of hostile Russian activity.
Flights and goods from Russia will face extra checks to stop ill-gotten gains entering the UK.
All planned talks with Russian officials, including a visit from the foreign minister, are cancelled.
Assets belonging to Putin’s government will be frozen to stop them being used for wrongdoing.
Suspected spies could be detained at Britain’s borders like terrorists under new powers.
I would humbly call for Vladmir The Great to temporarily house Cuck Island diplomats in the most spacious accommodations Northern Siberia has to offer – tents made of light canvas should be perfect for the job.
The UK’s allies France, Germany and the US are in full support of her tough stance.
The expulsion of 23 Russian spies is the toughest act of its kind for 30 years – and will almost certainly spark a tit-for-tat diplomatic war, with British diplomats likely to be kicked out of Moscow.
Mrs May told the House of Commons: “To those who seek to do us harm, our message is clear – you are not welcome here.”
This also applies to pretty much all of us – some of us have already been banned from Britain, and my guess is that if any of the rest of us try, we’ll also experience an episode of Cat Ladies Gone Wild.
And Nikki Haley, America’s ambassador to the UN said: “Let me make one thing clear from the very beginning, the United States stands in absolute solidarity with Great Britain.
“The United States believes that Russia is responsible for the attack on two people in the United Kingdom using a military-grade nerve agent. Dozens of civilians and first responders were also exposed.”
“No two nations enjoy a stronger bond than that of the United States and the United Kingdom. Ours is truly a special relationship.
“When our friends in Great Britain face a challenge, the United States will always be there for them. Always.”
So, is Nimrata going to actually try to poke the Russian Bear to the point of war?
Maybe she just doesn’t understand what bears can do when agitated – they’re typically an animal dealt with by White humans and some northern Asiatics.
She may understand the stampeding elephant analogy, though – she is from the land where these creatures routinely rampage through primitive villages.
But Jeremy Corbyn caused fury by immediately taking political potshots, as he brought up cuts to our diplomatic capability.
He also said he agreed with Russia that we should hand over a sample of the nerve agent used to them too.
It’s a fair enough suggestion – if it was the Russians who tried to kill this random nobody and his daughter, then the tests of the nerve agent ought to show, right?
The Brits, Americans, and probably Israelis therefore have nothing to fear from analysis, right?
The leftie Labour boss was heckled by Tory MPs as he suggested we should maintain a “robust dialogue” with Russia.
Jeremy’s correct once again.
The Russians could definitely show the residents of Cuck Island a thing or two about management of cities like Rotherham, I reckon…