"Gad, Sir, Lord Deadingstone is right. It's only fair that the Iranians have a nuclear bomb as well. We must have a level playing field and all y' know."
Where is Colonel Blimp? Some have predicted that he would re-emerge when Britannia needs him, but as England kneels before their adversaries he is no where to be found.
"Colonel Blimp" was a symbol for the moral dilemma and what can perhaps best be described as the "conflicts of conscience" that England faced during World War Two. "Colonel Blimp" represented a a pre-war honor and a code of military conduct and he was unwilling to have himself be dragged down to the moral level of his belligerent uncivilized adversaries.