Friday, 6 September 2013
Notes From A Small Island
What's wrong with being a small island?
Small islands are very loyal to Britain (not only the United Kingdom, but all except one of the remaining British Overseas Territories and all of the Crown Dependencies; the other Overseas Territory is also small, and is bounded on three sides by the sea) and to the Queen (all but three of the remaining Commonwealth Realms, one of which is a very big island, while the other two also have lots of coast).
Small islands get left alone, and they get to leave everywhere else alone. What's wrong with that?