The Europhile’s Prayer

Over at EU Referendum, Dr Richard North brings us John Drennan’s level headed critique of EU rule over Ireland.  Along with Drennan, Booker and Synon, I get it too.

Richard then goes on to offer up an amusing adaptation of the Lord’s Prayer to fit in with the required worship of the EU.

As I quite enjoy changing the lyrics to songs, I’ve decided to join in the fun and produce my own version – the Europhile’s Prayer:

Our Masters, who art in Brussels,
hallowed be thy rule.
Thy diktat come,
thy laws be done,
from Greece all the way to Ireland.
Give us this day our directive.
And deny us democracy,
as you deny those who crave independence.
And lead us out of nation statehood,
and deliver bureaucracy.
For thine is the EU, the power and the glory, until we’re defeated.

No doubt some quisling politicians will think this is all rather appropriate and it will soon appear on the walls at Conservative Central Office, Labour’s Victoria Street HQ and the Limp Dim bunker in Cowley Street.

5 Responses to “The Europhile’s Prayer”

  1. 1 A K Haart 08/05/2011 at 5:07 pm

    Great stuff. As a variation on the same theme…

    All thing bright and beautiful
    All creatures great and small
    All things wise and wonderful
    The EU made them all.

  2. 2 Brian H 09/05/2011 at 6:38 am

    small error:
    “The EU stomped them all.”

    There. All fiksed!

  3. 3 jameshigham 09/05/2011 at 2:56 pm

    I’m celebrating Europe today but not the EU.

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