Dishonest EU Remainers quote Winston Churchill out of context all the time.
At a speech on September 1946 at the University of Zurich, Churchill called for a ‘United States of Europe’.
However, EU Remainers rarely quote other parts of the speech.
Churchill made it clear that the United Kingdom would not be part of the United States of Europe:
“There is already a natural grouping in the Western Hemisphere. We British have our own commonwealth of nations.”
“And why should there not be a European group which could give a sense of enlarged patriotism and common citizenship to the distracted peoples of this turbulent and mighty continent.”
“Great Britain, the British Commonwealth of Nations, mighty America —and, I trust, Soviet Russia, for then indeed all would be well — must be the friends and sponsors of the new Europe and must champion its right to live. Therefore I say to you “Let Europe arise!”.
Winston Churchill’s full speech can be read here.
Reading the entire speech tells us that Churchill did not want Britain to join “this new Europe”.
Instead, he said that Britain, along with America, the British Commonwealth of Nations, and Russia should be ‘friends’ of the new Europe — not be in a political union with it.
Beware of propaganda from the dishonest EU Remainers!
So, be aware of such dishonest propaganda from the pro-Remain fanatics.
Their deception reminds me of the most famous quote taken out of context: “Money is the root of all evil”.
The real quote (from the Bible) is “The love of money is the root of all evil”.
Therefore, leaving out a word, phrase, or the following sentence can change the entire meaning of the quote.
Similarly, when Winston Churchill called for a United States of Europe, he did not say the UK should join it!
The BNP is the original Brexit Party.
We have been warning of the dangers of political union with Europe since 1982.