One can but heartily concur with the sentiments expressed in the second picture!
Hope you don't mind, Sue, but I have nicked the EU/swastika flag for something over at mine.Good post.
Is their any particular reason for the official Nazi Swastika being mirrored?
Is there an EU equivalent of the Qur'an that could be mistreated and defiled in a way that would upset the EUrophiles? Maybe a cartoon of Jacques Delors with a bomb on his head or setting fire to a copy of the Lisbon Constitreaty while Ode To Joy is played backwards by a death metal band. Hmm, actually I think the flag burning probably sends the message best.
WfW, Me too. Richard, More the merrier. Harry, Didn't notice :) AE If I could think of one, I'd have done it. No matter what we do, they won't care, they are on a good meal ticket.James :)
Hi Sue. Producing a proper EU swastika flag shouldn't be too difficult for me if you want me to produce one. I'm not particularly handy with graphics but all it requires is doing a bit of cutting/pasting in Inkscape.
Here?Let me know if you want a larger one.
Here you go:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE8jCS-YHng
I hope that in conformance with directive EEEK/5432-1, they did a full risk analysis and sought permission to ignite combusible material in a public place, and that they had a fire-crew on standby and had informed the police of their intention in order to protect the public.Thought not.