Written by Jaggedone

Friday, 5 May 2017

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I don't think the Queen understands spluttering May either and retired Prince Philip neither!

After the controversial meeting between Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker it seems as though May's rhetoric and gobbledygook is not understood anymore in Europe so the EU has relegated the English language to the second division!

May's unexplainable and quite incoherent rants about Europe have caused much confusion in Europe's capitals especially after she accused Europe of threatening the UK; after all who is abandoning Europe? Europe or the UK? Her 'below the belt' statements seem to have not been quite understood in Brussels so it seems that the garbage May is spewing out is not quite in Shakespeare's tongue, and that is what is understood in Europe. A great Great Britain led by real leaders, and not a spluttering, grey-haired, ageing, version of Boadicea attempting to be a world leader and failing miserably.

Juncker, laughing all the way to a 50 billion Euro payday, told fellow Europeans, "Madame May speaks so much trash that I do not understand English anymore so from now on I will address the European Parliament in French and the English language is being relegated to the second division of European languages alongside Finnish, who nobody can damn understand!"

There you have it! If Brexit wasn't bad enough, now we have a dopey, dithering PM who can't even make the Europeans understand what she is demanding, and to be honest, I don't believe they really want to understand anything she blabbers in any language because it's just Gobbledegook anyway!

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