A true debt of gratitude
THIS was sent to me a few days ago but at this present time becomes very apt.
Jean Claude Juncker should be forced to walk past every white gravestone in Normandy and say a personal thank you to all British, American and Commonwealth soldiers who gave their lives, so that Europe could be free.
He should also be reminded that Britain borrowed 120 billion dollars in 1945 to fund this freedom and this took the British taxpayers 61 years to repay it back.
I therefore suggest that the EU pay this figure first, along with all the interest we accrued, then we can talk about paying our share of his “bar bill”. Lest we forget. We shall remember them all. Raymond Bray