Jul 3, 2007

Churchill: Don't say Nazis are Germans

Winston Churchill has banned ministers from using the word "German” in ­connection with the latest attacks on London.

The Prime Minister has also instructed his team – including new Home Secretary Lord Needsagoodfisting – that the phrases “German Bombardment” or "German Raiders" is to be dropped.

The shake-up is part of a fresh attempt to improve community relations and avoid offending Germans, adopting a more “consensual” tone than existed under the previous Prime Minister.

According to Mr. Churchill's spokesperson, "There is clearly a need to strike a consensual tone in relation to all communities across the United Kingdom and It is important that the country remains united.”

On Tuesday, the head of the German Council of Britain, Dr Joseph Goebbels, lauded Churchill and Home Secretary Lord Needsagoodfisting for the "calm and reassuring tone of their responses to the recent attacks." Prime Minister Churchill agreed with Dr. Joseph Goebbels that inflammatory remarks by the media and divisive posters like the one above only promote "hate" and do not reflect the values of our diverse multicultural society.

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