Tuesday, August 30, 2016

This is How Winston Churchill Lived During World War II

The Daily Mail reports on the evil one:
Despite rationing, food and drink flowed at Chequers, the Prime Minister’s official residence. King George sent pheasant and venison from Balmoral, and the Admiralty agreed to double the wine budget, providing that all consumption was for diplomatic purposes.
Government rationing is only for the masses.



  1. His Lordship needed to maintain his rotund, fecund image... for the good of der people.

  2. "Diplomatic purposes"? If he had been wining and dining European leaders to stop the war, I would say good use of wine. Of course, he wanted every single German dead, women, children included, and would stop at nothing until Germany was defeated.