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JonRCharles3: My father and I are at Churchill Downs in 1975 and a collage that I've done in Photoshop Jon R Charles in Seattle

RoyaleVision: "Charles Spencer-churchill the 9th Duke of Marlborough and His Second Wife Gladys Duchess of Marlborough (daughter of Edward Parker Deacon) Leaving Westminster Abbey After the Marriage of Princess Mary and Viscount Lascelles On 28th February 1922. the Tatler, 8th March 1922

ChesapeakeHub: Adepts in the speaking trade, keep a cough by them ready made. – Charles Churchill

Sigbertganser: The PM has seen us through our toughest times since Churchill. He has been ruthlessly attacked by the loony left & yet his belief in giving money to Tories is invincible. He’s a top man doing his best for the ruling class. He has the purity of a Mark François, the IQ of a Truss.

JDSayersMish: Churchill would have loved Twitter. Likewise Dr Samuel Johnson and Charles Dickens. Could Jane Austen have coped with it? Dorothy Parker, now there's a thought...

fources: Winston Churchill and Charles de Gaulle reunion 14 years after WWII news...

adam_norman101: I was having a drink with Prince Charles & the Queen, When Winston Churchill stepped into my dream, His head, it was heavy His voice was shaking, He said 'look what they've done - it's the death of a nation.' Ian Hunter

FDiomonte: WINSTON CHURCHILL SAGITTARIUS CHINESE DOG CHARLES DE GAULLE SAGITTARIUS CHINESE TIGER THE QUEEN AIRES TAURUS TIGER PRINCE PHILIP GEMINI CHINESE DOG CAN ANYONE SEE WHAT I SEE

cityhonorsBB: Stat Line from Tonight's game Caleb Chapman 21p, 5r, 3a, 2stl Levi Lawton 8p, 5r Ricky Shanklin 8p, 2r, 1a Matt Ruggerio 8p, 6r, 3a Charles Hilmey 2p, 8r Churchill Gwan 3r Ryan Northington 2r Jacob Rivera 3r

cityhonorsBB: Stat Line from Last night Caleb Chapman 27p, 11r, 4a, 3stl, 1blk Ryan Northington 9p, 1r, 1a, 1stl Matt Ruggerio 8p, 5r, 1a, 1stl Charles Hilmey 6p, 8r Churchill Gwan 1p, 7r Levi Lawton 1r Jacob Rivera 3r Ricky Shanklin 2r, 1stl, 1blk

FullRokoko: Jack Ma, John Lennon, Thomas Edison, Winston Churchill, Walt Disney, Charles Darwin, William Faulkner and Steve Jobs likewise were all academic underachievers.

GiaimePala: "The Admiralty had demanded six ships; the economists offered four; and we finally compromised on eight". Winston S. Churchill, The World Crisis, vol. I, 1911–1914 (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1923).

cityhonorsBB: Stat Line from Last night Caleb Chapman 19p, 8r, 3a, 4stl Alijah Hedley 16p, 3r Jacob Rivera 8p, 7r, 2stl Charles Hilmey 8p, 6r, 1a, 1blk Ricky Shanklin 5p, 1r Matt Ruggerio 4p, 7r, 5a, 2stl, 1blk Cyan Barbour 4p, 3r, 1stl Churchill Gwan 2p, 3r Bith Deng 1a, 4r, 1stl

MrLinkercode: Here's my Top 10 characters: 1. Elizabeth 2. Charles 3. Margaret 4. Philip 5. Churchill 6. Thatcher 7. Diana 8. Wilson 9. David (Edward VIII) 10. Anne

shahmiruk: Listen - some of us just don’t like the fact that Churchill has the blood of millions of Bangladeshi children on his hands. His actions were violent & imperialistic. If you want to ignore that so your nighttime fantasy isn’t ruined, by all means do so. Let us stick to P*rnhub.

edu_director: ... from Nazis not only promoted Darwinian eugenics in words & deeds but was directly related to Charles Darwin– they share the same bloodline. It is in the context of this guiding philosophy that Churchill said, I hate Indians. They are a beastly people with a beastly religion.

chalkypj: I thought about this for a while and found it very hard to decide so I made a list in order Leonardo DaVinci Dr Martin Luther King Jr Winston Churchill JFK Neil Armstrong Mahatma Gandhi Charles Dickens

kamath_reeta: from the Nazis* not only promoted Darwinian eugenics in words and deeds but was *directly related to Charles Darwin – they share the same bloodline.* It is in the context of this guiding philosophy that Churchill said, *“I hate Indians. They are a beastly people with a beastly

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Wallo10754665: Who Led the Allied Force in France? It was not Charles de Gaulle France was under Belgium? French Belgian?France was defeated by Germany/Belgium Great Britain/Churchill USSR Russia/Josef Stalin USA/Roosevelt/Truman WARSAW Poland was Nikita Khrushchev World Affairs 1700,FAK

ThatTimWalker: We need a new word for comment journalists such as Sarah Vine, Charles Moore and Boris Johnson. It insults individuals who risk their lives in war zones and defy totalitarian states to have to share the job title with them.

mahisve: How was this man not cast as prince charles but as some random secretary of churchill??!???

Omaha_Hub: Adepts in the speaking trade, keep a cough by them ready made. – Charles Churchill

historyboy77: (2) After a Russian Banquet, Charles Portal, Churchill's trusted air chief, wrote a blunt account to Pamela Churchill. Acknowledging that he was writing as he "let the vodka settle," Portal gave Roosevelt no quarter. "FD [FDR] was very wet indeed and just blathered," he said.

lhs_world: St. Paul's Cathedral - Still in use today, this 17th-century work of art is one of the most recognizable sights in all of London. It has played a major role in English history, serving as the funeral site for PM Sir Winston Churchill, as well as the wedding site of Charles/Diana

thearmouryblog: David Rockefeller, George Soros, Bill Gates Sr & Jr, Henry Kissinger, Stanley & Boris Johnson, Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Philip, Joe Biden, Winston Churchill (who Boris LOVES). What do all of these prominent figures believe in? Eugenics and population control. 1/2.

profeuloge: JOE YOU HAVE TO LEARN THAT OUR COUNTRY IS SPECIAL. WHEN GENERAL CHARLES DEGAULLE RUNS FROM HITLER AS EVEN GENERAL RUNS FROM COVID, HE WENT TO ASK ASSYLUM IN MY COUNTRY WHEN WISTON CHURCHILL ABANDONED HIS TROUPS TO HIDE IN CANADA. DEGAULLE ORGANIZED RESISTANCE OF HITLER IN 1944

DrGarcinia: 'By different methods different men excel, but where is he who can do all things well.' - Charles Churchill

TheQueenLiberty: Nazi and Winston's whore. His part time wife, whore also a power whore like part time hubby Winston Churchill, Clementine told off Charles de Gaulle for suggesting the French would rather turn their guns on the British than help them defeat the Nazis,

theprophetpizza: Prince Charles is a much better painter than Winston Churchill

Conservative776: For get this quite clear, every time we have to decide between Europe and the open sea, it is always the open sea we shall choose. Every time I have to decide between you [Charles de Gaulle] and Roosevelt, I shall always choose Roosevelt. -Winston Churchill

bakusukigo: ((Question everyone! So apparently my sister and I have a thing where we've named cats after serial killers or something creepy like that. We've had Malachi(changed to Toby) from Children of the Corn, Charles Manson(Chuck), Winston Churchill(not a serial killer, but was the name>

Charles_Searson: 'It is not enough that we do our best; sometimes we must do what is required.' Winston Churchill

MsSMindset: wggifted: “Stephen Hawking didn’t read until he was eight; Picasso and Beethoven couldn’t do basic mathematics. John Lennon, Thomas Edison, Winston Churchill, Walt Disney, Charles Darwin, William Faulkner and Steve Jobs likewise were all academic underac…

BarlbyHistory: 30th January - what a day indeed! Charles I executed, Cromwell dug up, FDR born, Gandhi assassinated, Hitler comes to power, state funeral of Winston Churchill AND Mr Fillingham was born!

BigMatt_the_Cat: Given that Britain wouldn’t exist without him, Winston Churchill. Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, William Shakespeare, Florence Nightingale, Oliver Cromwell, and Queens Victoria and Elizabeth I all come very close.

DebiecJacek: "Stephen Hawking didn’t read until he was 8; Picasso & Beethoven couldn’t do basic mathematics. Jack Ma, John Lennon, Thomas Edison, Winston Churchill, Walt Disney, Charles Darwin, William Faulkner and Steve Jobs likewise were all academic underachievers."

MarieLo10910105: BN Mullik created 22 on 14.11.1962, on 14th birthday of Prince Charles, during India-China war, lost by India. The following year Diana Spencer-Churchill, & JFK died (22.11.1963). After 14 years BN Mullik was replaced on 9.10.1964; in 1994, Prince Charles survived assassination.

AskQOTD: On Sunday we asked, “In 1946, which historical figure first used the term ‘Iron Curtain’ during a speech in Missouri?” A. Harry Truman B. Margaret Thatcher C. Winston Churchill D. Charles de Gaulle 38% answered correctly. Hit ❤️ if you knew!

FurySaucer: The 'World Economic Forum', Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates EUGENICISTS, they ALL are, including Prince Charles, Boris & Stanley Johnson. Stop being lame 'cucked' conservatives, forget Churchill, waiving your flags will not save you! RESIST the Satanic Globalists!

tlloydcline: The Charles Taylor take is always the right way to throw semantic objections back in people’s faces;) eg, yeah authenticity is a bad way to talk about ethics but it’s the language we’re stuck in, so work with it! Kinda like Churchill on democracy;)

dansodergren: Even Rees-Mogg himself is revered as “authentic” when in fact he is a Disneyfied take on something he isn’t, an appallingly Auto-Tuned X Factor cover version of Charles Ryder who’s spent 35 years trying to convince people he’s Sebastian Flyte – poorly.

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Antipodemia: “Rees-Mogg himself is revered as “authentic” when in fact he is a Disneyfied take on something he isn’t, an appallingly Auto-Tuned X Factor cover version of Charles Ryder who’s spent 35 years trying to convince people he’s Sebastian Flyte – poorly.” Brill!

davecoviddave: "...Rees-Mogg himself is revered as “authentic” when in fact he is a Disneyfied take on something he isn’t, an appallingly Auto-Tuned X Factor cover version of Charles Ryder who’s spent 35 years trying to convince people he’s Sebastian Flyte..." Nailed it.

chronicjane1: Awe the lies of reporters past, "...the Washington Post’s Charles Krauthammer repeated this ridiculous claim in his column. He said President Obama “started his Presidency by returning to the British Embassy the bust of Winston Churchill that had graced the Oval Office.”

BooksBirdBlog: Six shot glasses featuring six great literary figures: Oscar Wilde, Lord Byron, Dorothy Parker, Winston Churchill, William Butler Yeats and Charles Baudelaire!

Charles_1944: It's Churchill or bust: now Britain's culture warriors are looking to Washington | Boris Johnson | The Guardian

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