The cheese eating surrender monkeys are having a massive sook because of plans for a €2 coin to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the historic battle fought by the Duke of Wellington against Napoleon Bonaparte in 1815 because it would be a “symbol that is negative”.
I would have thought that having an army with a reputation for only winning when not led by a French man and being one of the world’s best at marching backwards would have been more negative.
The French government is attempting to block a coin commemorating the Battle of Waterloo, claiming it is a “symbol that is negative” and would undermine the unity of the eurozone.
In an extraordinary intervention, France wants to block plans for a €2 coin to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the historic battle fought by the Duke of Wellington against Napoleon Bonaparte in 1815.
A draft design of the coin was submitted to the Council of the European Union by Belgium, the site of the battle, in February this year.
However, just days letter France objected to the coin, claiming it could cause “hostile reactions in France” and undermine the eurozone.