How Soon Some Forget

Piers Morgan on the childish anti-Trump tantrum of the Mayor of London:


There were at least 10,000 Allied casualties, with 4,414 confirmed dead.

They, along with everyone who took part in D-Day, will be remembered in a special ceremony in Portsmouth on the south coast of England on Wednesday, attended by the Queen, President Trump and 300 veterans.

That is why Trump has come to Britain for a three-day state visit.

He’s not here as a private individual.

He’s here as the democratically elected President of the United States, still Britain’s greatest ally.

As such, he represents the 320 million citizens of the U.S. including many who have personal family connections to the D-Day landings and World War 2.

So how has Mayor of London, England’s capital city, responded to this trip?

The answer is with quite staggeringly offensive rudeness.

Sadiq Khan, who’s been Mayor for three years, launched a series of savage attacks on President Trump in the past 48 hours, both in print and on television, branding him a ‘fascist’, a ‘growing global threat’, and demanding Britain should not be ‘rolling out the red carpet’ for him because it was ‘un-British’, adding that he was ‘the antithesis of our values in London and as a country’ and his ‘divisive behavior flies in the face of the ideals America was founded upon – equality, liberty and religious freedom.’

Mayor Khan also authorized, again, the flying of a giant orange Trump baby blimp over the Houses of Parliament during the visit, specifically designed to mock and humiliate the President.

By doing all this, Khan knew exactly what he was doing, and that was to create a firestorm of hatred towards the American leader and to whip up bigger protests against him than might otherwise have occurred.

Go here to read the rest.  For the Brits, traditionally they have treasured their Special Relationship with the US.  I guess that does not apply to the New Britain emerging as the result of mass Islamic immigration.

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  1. To my great-grandfather grandfather, George McLuckie, of the grand and Noble Clan Lamont…thank you for leaving Scotland (yes, I know that the idiot Saddiq Khan is the Marion Barry of London, England).

  2. The great generation has not forgotten you can be assured of that. There are those who are still alive in Britain who remember when the first Yanks went over there and know what the USA did to help. How many lives were lost just so an idiot like the mighty Khan can come to power in the heart of England.

  3. The UK has been thankful for decades for the US’s important and absolutely necessary involvement in WWII. There’s no question about that. It doesn’t mean that the President is immune from criticism. One of the things that our nation has fought for is its ability to call out its leaders, unlike many other countries then and even some now. The whole without us (and by us it’s really mean the brave men and women of the past) that Europe would be speaking German when used as a method to circumvent criticism is a cop-out.

  4. Khan does not have the historical family experience or knowledge of basic history to understand the sacrifice Britain and its allies, aided by the US, desperate time went through to create a world where he can spew his bile in comparative safety.

    Trump tweeted that Khan “who by all accounts has done a terrible job as Mayor of London, has been foolishly “nasty” to the visiting President of the United States, by far the most important ally of the United Kingdom. He is a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me……”

    “…Kahn reminds me very much of our very dumb and incompetent Mayor of NYC, de Blasio, who has also done a terrible job – only half his height.“

    That little man would be the first person out of London should Britain ever come
    under attack. A pathetic show pony. Disgusting really.

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