What was Churchill really trying to say?
This is a piece of the legendary 'We gon' fight 'em urverywhere' speech, given by Sir Winston Churchill on June 4, 1940 to the limiest nation ever to lime. Now made even better with many suggestive "things" hugging random "nouns". I challenge you to think of the most inappropriate thing he could possibly be talking about. Knowing your sick mind, I'm sure it's positively putrid.
I have, myself, full confidence that if all do their "duty", if "nothing" is neglected, and if the "best arrangements" are made, as they are being made, we shall prove ourselves once again able to "defend our Island home", to ride out the "storm of war", and to outlive the "menace of tyranny", if necessary for years, if necessary alone. At any rate, that is what we are going to try to do. That is the resolve of "His Majesty's Government"-every man of them. That is the "will of Parliament" and the nation. The "British Empire" and the "French Republic", linked together in their cause and in their "need", will defend to the death their "native soil", aiding each other like good "comrades" to the utmost of their "strength".
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Even though large "tracts of Europe" and many old and famous "States" have fallen or may fall into the "grip of the Gestapo" and all the odious apparatus of "Nazi rule", we shall not flag or fail. We shall "go on to the end", we shall "fight in France", we shall "fight on the seas" and "oceans", we shall fight with growing "confidence" and growing "strength in the air", we shall defend our "Island", whatever the "cost" may be, we shall "fight" on the beaches, we shall "fight" on the landing grounds, we shall "fight" in the fields and in the streets, we shall "fight" in the hills; we shall never "surrender", and even if, which I do not for a moment believe, this "Island" or a large part of it were subjugated and "starving", then our "Empire beyond the seas", "armed" and "guarded" by the British "Fleet", would carry on the "struggle", until, in "God's good time", the "New World", with all its "power and might", steps forth to the "rescue" and the "liberation" of the old.
Unknown fact, Sir Winston Churchill actually had access to a time machine. During his travels through the scope of human history and future, he spent most of his time in early 90's New York City where he fell in love with a certain fledgling rap group.
Wiser words have yet to be spoken. Thank you, Mr. Churchill