Tag Archives: for Queen and Country

Think out of the box to get out (upwards) of the #Brexit chaos

There seems to be a Dr No’s black hand (and crazy brains) behind the mirror in the Brexit scenario, doesn’t it ?

Or, rather, a “Casino Royale” (but of course the 1967 “original”) flavour …

 

 

 

 

Anyway, whatever, whoever the James Bond, the question is : can somebody save Britain, Europe, and possibly the world as we know it and have learned to manage to cope with, from post European Union mess and oldschool bureaucrats leadership ?

 

 

 

Or are we all doomed to chaos (note how the 1967 “goodies” strangely look like Nespresso coffee capsules) under the ruling of psychotic dwarves ?

 

Let’s hope, that, whatever happens, wherever this all leads us, we have an enjoyable journey …

 

 

RF – November 18th, 2018

Byzeway, may I suggest some way out ?

Why shouldn’t Britain resign (no, not reign) Europe, as Brexit voters suggested, and then join either Ireland, or Scotland if and when independant, to enjoy Europe without disrespecting voters ?

If You Can’t Avoid It, Enjoy It

France and England have been neighbours for quite a while, and one may have have thought, that they could have made friends to enjoy the world’s show. But they just seem to be unable to stop competing against each other, whatever the cost.

That’s the way it is (c’est comme ça) …

RF, August 5th, 2012

Some additional e-reading may be needed about Franco-British competition, serious games and other issues in Europe, France and other places these days. (Please click on pictures).

    

Downloading some relevant pdf for printing is another option for readers with a taste for “real” paper books (or just no Kindle).

               
               
         
           
      

Diamonds are Forever, So Queen Elisabeth and England Seem to Be : Happy Jubilee, Madam

From a French perspective, England and the UK may not have always been easy neighbours and perfect Euro-partners over the last millenium or so, but any fair-play French person must admit, that both this Queen and that Country are quite admirable !