Watching the Royal Wedding and proceedings,
I finally began to
understand the unraveling of the British Empire.
Their vast armadas
used to control the seven seas.
Their colonies were all over the world
from Hong Kong, India,
Australia, a good part of Africa, Canada,
and yes even what is now much
of the United States.
How could they have lost so much ground?
Remember the old movies with Errol Flynn
and others, when the hero
would have to dash off to the hinterlands,
declaring, “I must return to
my Regiment, in India(h).
Compare that with Willy leaving Kate
before the honeymoon, to return
to his RAF unit.
Now think back to old history lessons about
the American Revolution.
The Brits, hired Hessians to do a lot
of their fighting.
Why didn't the Brits do their own fighting?
Well!, re-read the paragraph
above. It appears the leaders of the British,
prefer to dash off, rather
than procreate more leaders.
This has caused a shortage of leaders and a
weakening of their gene pool.
Remember the two little “kisses” Willy
gave to his beautiful bride?
An American would have given her a real “liplock”
and I didn't see anyone kiss the bride.
That's one of the reasons I didn't attend the
royal wedding. Actually, my
invitation was apparently lost in the mail,
so Willie sent an RAF Mirage
over to fetch me.
However, as I told the pilot,
“I told Willie a fortnight ago,
I wouldn't attend if their was no kissing
of the bride, and besides I had a previous appointment—
to receive delivery of my breathing oxygen.
And that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.