Another World s War: What If? Stories of the Second World.
Since then — despite the will of Britons to opt for a bright future free of continental servitude or subservience — we’ve seen no change in the attitudes of our so-called “representative” politicians, nor from the

Since then — despite the will of Britons to opt for a bright future free of continental servitude or subservience — we’ve seen no change in the attitudes of our so-called “representative” politicians, nor from the nation’s civil service.

Following the Second World War, a series of decisions were taken to “apologise” for Britain’s role in the world. Our empire, our gifts to the world including our parliamentary system, Magna Carta, and helping to lift nations and continents from abject poverty were to be first sneered at, then forgotten, because they were not borne expressly from altruism. Because Britain benefited from her empire, indeed because some mistakes were made along the way, that legacy should be destroyed.

We’re seeing the same mentality now taking root in the United States. A nation founded on the back of Britain’s own internal strife and persecutions, and a country which rose to formidable, superpower status not least due to my nation’s abdication as a world leader after the 1940s.

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Since then — despite the will of Britons to opt for a bright future free of continental servitude or subservience — we’ve seen no change in the attitudes of our so-called “representative” politicians, nor from the nation’s civil service.

Following the Second World War, a series of decisions were taken to “apologise” for Britain’s role in the world. Our empire, our gifts to the world including our parliamentary system, Magna Carta, and helping to lift nations and continents from abject poverty were to be first sneered at, then forgotten, because they were not borne expressly from altruism. Because Britain benefited from her empire, indeed because some mistakes were made along the way, that legacy should be destroyed.

We’re seeing the same mentality now taking root in the United States. A nation founded on the back of Britain’s own internal strife and persecutions, and a country which rose to formidable, superpower status not least due to my nation’s abdication as a world leader after the 1940s.

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Since then — despite the will of Britons to opt for a bright future free of continental servitude or subservience — we’ve seen no change in the attitudes of our so-called “representative” politicians, nor from the nation’s civil service.

Following the Second World War, a series of decisions were taken to “apologise” for Britain’s role in the world. Our empire, our gifts to the world including our parliamentary system, Magna Carta, and helping to lift nations and continents from abject poverty were to be first sneered at, then forgotten, because they were not borne expressly from altruism. Because Britain benefited from her empire, indeed because some mistakes were made along the way, that legacy should be destroyed.

We’re seeing the same mentality now taking root in the United States. A nation founded on the back of Britain’s own internal strife and persecutions, and a country which rose to formidable, superpower status not least due to my nation’s abdication as a world leader after the 1940s.

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