The EU claims it has brought “peace in our time” but historians will come to call it the Fifty Years War

The virulent, hysterical anti-Americanism and anti-Trumpism of Sadiq Khan’s London is the result of a form of brainwashing which comes from communist China, Islamic Iran and the quislings who live among us that covertly take their yen.

London mayor Sadiq Khan is a British Pakistani, and Pakistan is a close ally of China. Most of the Asians that have come to settle in the Midlands and Northern towns are Pakistani migrants, not refugees fleeing conflict. They have been steadily trickling in for decades, ever since Britain’s elitists began to sell out our country to China.

Nine thousand American servicemen are buried here in this cemetery, overlooking Omaha Beach in Normandy, because they sacrificed their lives to give us freedom from a similarly totalitarian and tyrannical regime 75 years ago today.

American cemetery, Omaha Beach, Normandy, France

The EU seems determined to claim that they are responsible for “peace in our time” throughout the continent, and that without a United States of Europe with its own army, we risk another Thirty Years War. Here is a list of all the wars and conflicts that have taken place in Europe since Britain voted to join the “Common Market”. This litany of bloodshed comprises what historians will probably come to call the Fifty Years War and should be inscribed on a monument, lest we forget.

The Fifty Years War

1974 Carnation Revolution
1975–1976 Third Cod War
1975 Portuguese coup d’état attempt
1976–present Corsican Insurgency
1981 Spanish coup d’état attempt
1988–1994 Nagorno-Karabakh War
1989 Romanian Revolution
1990–1991 Soviet attacks on Lithuanian border posts
1991 January Events
1991 The Barricades
1991 Ten-Day War (Slovenia)
1991–1992 Georgian war against Russo-Ossetian alliance
1991–1993 Georgian Civil War
1991–1995 Croatian War of Independence
1992 Transnistria War
1992 East Prigorodny Conflict
1992–1993 War in Abkhazia
1992–1995 Bosnian War
1993 Cherbourg incident
1993 Russian constitutional crisis
1994–1996 First Chechen War
1995–1996 Imia/Kardak military crisis
1997–1998 Cyprus Missile Crisis
1997 Albanian civil war of 1997
1998–1999 Kosovo War
1998–present Dissident Irish Republican campaign
1998 Six-Day War of Abkhazia
1999 War of Dagestan
1999–2009 Second Chechen War
1999–2001 Insurgency in the Preševo Valley
2001 Georgia, Kodori crisis
2001 Insurgency in the Republic of Macedonia
2004–2013 Unrest in Kosovo
2004 unrest in Kosovo
2008 unrest in Kosovo
2011–2013 North Kosovo crisis
2004 Georgia, Adjara crisis
2004 Georgia, South Ossetia skirmishes
2006 Georgia, Kodori crisis
2007–2015 Civil war in Ingushetia
2008 Mardakert skirmishes
2008 Russia–Georgia war
2009–2017 Insurgency in the North Caucasus
2013–2014 Euromaidan and pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine
2014 Crimean crisis
2014–present War in Donbass
2015 Kumanovo clashes
2016 Nagorno-Karabakh clashes
2018 Gyunnyut clashes
2018 Yellow vests riots

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