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Usual Complete Pack of Lies About "That Great Man"|
As British political and military hero Winston Churchill – who was also one of the founding fathers of the union in Europe – said: “To jaw-jaw is always better than to war-war.”
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How can you be a "military hero" by losing EVERY SINGLE BATTLE and only be on the winning side after you were routed at Dunkerque and then had your backside saved by Russia?
The only battle war criminal, Winston Turdhill, ever won was when playing toy soldiers with his brother Jack, whereupon he used to cheat and he loved nothing more than "war-war": But while Winston had no principles, there was one constant in his life: the love of war. It began early. As a child, he had a huge collection of toy soldiers, 1500 of them, and he played with them for many years after most boys turn to other things. They were "all British," he tells us, and he fought battles with his brother Jack, who "was only allowed to have colored troops; and they were not allowed to have artillery." He attended Sandhurst, the military academy, instead of the universities, and "from the moment that Churchill left Sandhurst . . . he did his utmost to get into a fight, wherever a war was going on." All his life he was most excited on the evidence, only really excited by war. He loved war as few modern men ever have he even "loved the bangs," as he called them, and he was very brave under fire.
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He wasn't brave under fire. He was freakin' stooooopid. He bought a white horse and rode it in the desert until everyone pointed out it was highly conspicuous and made him an easy target. His body guard used to have constant fits whenever this moron showed no concern for his own safety. On a trip to Amerika he was too stooopid to realise the krudmobiles were coming from the opposite direction to the poodle state and got run over.
The only reason he was a founding father of Europe was because he happened to be there at the time. A similar propaganda piece implies he was also a scientific genius, having penned an essay on his (simplistic) thoughts on life on other planets. His father, who was also a simpleton, considered him an academic failure, which he was, leaving nothing more than an ink blot on his greek exam paper, but being passed, whereupon he praised his examiners for being able to "see beneath the surface" of the grandson of the Duke of Marlborough.
This hero was a war criminal who slaughtered his own allies: "Athens 1944 Britain’s dirty secret" and "Rethinking Churchill", as well as using civilians as shields for hidden armaments and political gain: "Behind the Sinking of the Lusitania" and dropping gas bombs on kurdish homes: “I do not understand the squeamishness about the use of gas,” he told the House of Commons during an address in the autumn of 1937. “I am strongly in favour of using poisonous gas against uncivilised tribes.”
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Naturally, the Anglos resort to their usual congenital lying and gave the war criminal a state-funeral in much the same way that rabid unelected despot (and soon to be re-un-elected in the usual rigged election) and war criminal, Theresa May, claims Anglos should be proud of the Balfour Declaration. Presumably, she wants to claim insanity at her war crimes tribunal.