Sick Of Being At Our Feet

Posted: October 28, 2011 by veeshir in Exploding things, Funniest End of Civilization Evah

The German ants are starting to get upset at the rest of EUnuchstanian grasshoppers taking their money and they’re ready to do something about it.

Peace should not be taken for granted if the euro fails, German chancellor Merkel told MPs Wednesday (26 October) ahead of the eurozone summit where an increase of the bail-out fund firepower may lead to Germany’s own state assets being taken as collateral.


As  Germanicus Julius Caesar once wrote to Clau-clau-claudius(according to Graves in I Claudius)

The Germans are the most insolent boastful nation in the world when things go well with them, but once they are defeated they are the most cowardly and abject.

Or as Churchill famously noted

… the proud German army has once again proved the truth of the saying, ‘The Hun is always either at your throat or at your feet

The Germans are seeing that they’re the only ones in EUnuchstan who have any semblance of responsibility and who are the only ones keeping the rest of the EUnuchs from drowning in their own excesses.

So Germany might be getting frisky again as they realize there’s no need to cower anymore.

I say this time, we make them keep France, that’s the only fitting result in this, the Funniest End of Civilization Ever.

Via the Lemur King, who I refuse to acknowledge or link.

  1. Lemur King says:

    I seriously wouldn’t link me, either.

    Love the hun quote.

    Had odd behavior with the iPad trying to send this on the way home, so if this is a repeat… whups.

  2. This whole thing was by design. Germany and France wanted a superpower with which to compete against the US. They actually pushed the lie that the countries would remain completely sovereign. This as they pushed for a constitution which has YET to be signed and ratified, because the countries do NOT want to lose their sovereignties. The only thing that held this shit together was the Euro.

    Germany is now acting like Don Corleone, and promising a horse’s head in the beds of those who would question or rely on the strength of the Euro. (FIFY V)

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