Brexit’s Home Guard

Boris Army Arrow
Boris Johnson

“They don’t like it up em Boris”
Apologies to Captain Mainwaring and Lance Corporal Jones

Boris Johnson

“Et Tu Boris”
Apologies to Brutus

It’s a sad indictment of today’s politics where clowns from both sides of the Atlantic, pretend or otherwise, can be taken as serious contenders for the offices of Prime Minister and President.


“European history had seen repeated attempts to rediscover the golden age of peace and prosperity under the Romans. Both the Nazi leader and Napoleon had failed at unification and the EU was an attempt to do this by different methods.”
Boris Johnson

“Johnson had crossed the bounds of domestic debate. It was about the most manic nationalist aggressive destruction on a scale unprecedented in human history. It was about the persecution of the Jews. A calculated decision to persecute the Jews on a massive scale – that was what he wanted to do. He believed in it. The idea that any serious British politician can in any way invoke that memory, I find – frankly, I had better contain my language. He is behaving now irresponsibly, recklessly and I fear that his judgment is going.”
Michael Heseltine

“To try and compare Hitler and the Nazis – the millions of people who died in the Second World War, the Holocaust – with the free democracies of Europe coming together to trade and co-operate, and in the process to help to bring peace to the continent of Europe after centuries of war, is frankly deeply offensive.”
Hilary Benn

“When I hear the EU being compared to the plans and projects of Adolf Hitler I cannot remain silent. Such absurd arguments should be completely ignored if they hadn’t been formulated by one of the most influential politicians in the UK’s ruling party.”
Donald Tusk – President of the European Council

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