(Original post by TitanicTeutonicPhil)
My favorite part:
"Crossing the Atlantic is an efficient treatment for the delusion that Britain is significant in some way distinctively from its status as a European country."
Discuss, my fellow Europeans!
Yeah sure we're Europeans, in the same way we're Eurasians, or Northern-Hemisphereians, or Westerners, so forth etc.
It's a very basic and otherwise meaningless category of identification.
Just because I enjoy a holiday in Europe as well doesn't mean I should suddenly be okay with a costly membership fee financially and sovereignly, or sign up to a make-believe non-existent super-nationality.
To make that argument is just...well, I don't think there's a nice word for it, it's stupid.
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing