Nigel Farage: Beowulf
Westminster’s political elite: Grendel (The Monster)
The EU: Grendel’s Mother.
An English inscribed stone cross circa 7th century.
So. The battle begins. Armies are gathering supporters. In London the monster (Grendel) has grown out of all proportion and threatens people throughout Great Britain. Until now all challengers have been smeared and never recovered. Yet hope remains. Beowulf, who renounces all weapons, has emerged to challenge Grendel in the political swamp known as Westminster. Grendel has influential supporters – many of whom financially benefit in some way from Grendel’s power. Journalists and the media do Grendel’s bidding by employing the predictable tactic of smearing a worthy opponent before battle. Despite the propaganda more and more people are gathering behind the fearless Beowulf. Yet people know that even if Beowulf defeats Grendel he must then face Grendel’s Mother. But there is no alternative. The political class are out of control. They have lied, smeared, broke promises, given away national sovereignty. They have even used people’s taxes for their own purposes or financial gain. Grendel and his Mother have infiltrated institutions and now threaten everything Beowulf and the people hold dear. Under threat is national sovereignty, independence, liberty, identity, free speech, traditions and customs – and a unique way of life that was once revered throughout the world. It is an ancient tale. Let battle commence.
n.b. Since this blog was first posted over two years ago the people of Britain were actually allowed to vote in a Referendum on the EU. And guess what? The people wanted OUT! Beowulf won!! I pray the ruling political elite will honour the Referendum result and democratic right of the British people who have voted for independence and national sovereignty.
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