Wednesday, 1 August 2007

Gordon Brown: In the Act of Betrayal

There will be plenty of blogging in regards Gordon Brown's act of betrayal in signing the EU Constitution Treaty. In the meantime, I have produced a few images that sum up my feelings towards the situation and the person who has had the unique opportunity to break with the brass neck of his predecessor and fulfil the promise of a referendum.

Four images I put to you. Your comments and preferences or alternate wording suggestions would be appreciated.

If anyone knows how to make the table work properly on this system, I'd appreciate it. It does not seem to obey simple rules, e.g. why is the first image skewed? and why the large gap between text and table? Daft.


Mark Wadsworth said...

I quite like Chamberlain. He was not an appeaser, he was playing for time so that the UK could re-arm.

Roger Thornhill said...

Hitler was emboldened by the manner in which he was handled. IMHO this reduced the time Britain had. Germany would have had a bloody battle to take Czechoslovakia, if it could at all, due to their defences and armaments.