Originally posted by zeeblebotApart from putting a billion Euros into the German economy and teaching the locals rugby I dont know what we are doing there!
after 65 years!
Originally posted by wolfgang59http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVAOW23GnFM
Please tell me you are not serious!
Originally posted by no1marauderThere are about a 1,000 UK troops in Northern Ireland which is part of the UK (the clue is in the name: "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"
Please don't tell me that Brits seriously don't know they are still occupying Irish soil?
Serious as these guys: http://www.emerald-isle-gifts.com/images/articulos/mil007.jpg
Originally posted by AThousandYoungYou believe in King Arthur?
You're lucky that the Welsh don't realize that England was stolen from them.
in the year of the Lord's incarnation, 1019...
...In the course of time, the usurp Press Doubleday, London, 1985, p.103
Originally posted by wolfgang59I don't believe or disbelieve in Arthur. However I find him to be an extremely convenient symbol for communicating my prejudices against Anglos.
You believe in King Arthur?
What next Robin Hood?
Originally posted by AThousandYoungDepends which Hollywood movie you are talking about.
I don't believe or disbelieve in Arthur. However I find him to be an extremely convenient symbol for communicating my prejudices against Anglos.
Robin Hood was supposedly a Saxon fighting Normans wasn't he? Not an interesting symbol for me, though I suppose he's a symbol of class warfare.
Originally posted by wolfgang59Robbers calling their ill-gotten gains their property doesn't make it so.
There are about a 1,000 UK troops in Northern Ireland which is part of the UK (the clue is in the name: "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"
According to the Good Friday Agreement (endorsed by UK, ROI and Northern Ireland political groups - including Sinn Fein) Northern Ireland will leave the UK when/if a majority of the people want to. (Its called democracy)
You are living in the past if you think otherwise.