Go News presenters – wearing poppies
GB News presenters discussed the war against France on “The Clash” yesterday, a week before Armistice Day.
Host Patrick Christys chaired the debate as tensions over post-Brexit fishing rights and trade deals continued to escalate.
Last week, in disagreement over the number of licenses granted to French trawlers operating in British waters, French President Emmanuel Macron warned that the UK could face retaliatory measures, including banning British boats from land their catch in France and increased customs controls on British exports. goods.
Priti Patel has also reportedly disagreed with France over the number of migrants crossing the Channel following the UK’s first installment of a £ 54million payment to help crack down on crossings.
Discuss developments, FR News Host Christys asked a panel if we should just “crack and bomb Paris?” To the amazement of people on social networks.
Guest Benjamin Loughnane replied that he “isn’t necessarily suggesting” that we are going to war with our neighbor, but that we should just “threaten them and they will probably surrender in five minutes anyway.
The reaction to the clip was fierce, with Professor Tanja Bueltmann saying “there is nothing normal about this kind of question and the way it has been discussed”.
Otto English added that “only those who have no recollection of war, no understanding of war, no experience of people who have lived through war or knowledge of what war is – would argue whether it is” sensitive. To go to war.
“These GBNews commentators have the consciousness of cabbage – the intellectual capacity of lard.”
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