In the famous anthem “Rule Britannia,” Britons have proudly sung for hundreds of years that they never will be slaves: But in his Nietzschian mad dreams, Boris Johnson is turning them into slapstick clowns.
The collective West is busy showing what it thinks of Serbia’s determination to conduct an independent policy through an old-fashioned show of force.
London is using their money to buy technically disastrous aircraft and useless nuclear missiles while encouraging flag-flying from public buildings.
Meghan’s grievances and accusations of racism against the royal family have served to re-ignite resentment against the British rulers across the world. The mere suspicion of racism and supremacy is corrosive to Britain’s pretensions of leadership.
Although Danish sanctions against Russia do not include medicines, it is no secret that the U.S. doesn’t want any benefits for Russia.
The European public can see more clearly than ever that their unelected highly paid bureaucrats are risking pandemic recovery by playing politics with Russia’s vaccine.
For all the frantic flailing of their ministers and diplomats, the British today are irrelevant ghost-walkers in Biden’s Washington. And Boris Johnson has no one to blame for this but himself.
It’s time the EU got its act together on Russia and accepted that Germany runs the EU and it will have its Russian gas pipeline at any cost. But don’t let that stop whining MEPs throwing stones at Putin.