Major Winston Churchill

Hummus has posted a series of photographs of Winston Churchill.


http://humus.livejournal.com/5061133.html
Eloquently. Narcissistic major, gently moving patrons from post to post.


Something like our Rogozin: Ponto + uselessness. The main thing is to make a stand and give voice command.
If political power is arranged just so, the smart there is no need; we need talking heads.
And then all that skank – in its place: Rawlinson DOING the story, the Churchills – VOICED.
Later addition: I received a few objections. OK, let’s see who is who.
Diana, Princess of Walleska… Her father was… representative of the branch of the same family the Spencer-Churchills, and… Winston Churchill. Diana’s ancestors on the paternal side were the bearers of Royal blood through the illegitimate sons of king Charles II and the illegitimate daughter of his brother and successor, king James II.
…Poor health and questionable success in school…
…he was transferred to the “army class”, where… highlighted the success of Winston in the study of history
…on the third attempt passed the exams to the Royal military College Sandhurst…
Because of low ratings (92-th result out of 102) he becomes a cadet-trooper and gets translated into a more prestigious infantry class due to the fact that few candidates who showed the best results, refused admission (!!!)...
…realized that a military career is not very attracted to him…
due to extensive connections of his mother, Churchill was sent to Cubaas a war correspondent… but continued to serve on active duty (!!!)…
…The Spanish government awarded him the medal (!!!) “Red cross”…
In addition to the awards and literary fame (published 5 (FIVE!) notes), he acquired in Cuba two habits that accompanied him throughout his life: Smoking Cuban cigars and afternoon rest
…service in India is becoming one of the best players of the national team of the regiment at Polo.
again set in motion your personal touch and mother, he seeks the secondment to the expeditionary force sent to suppress the uprising Pushtun tribes. Admitted that he needs the image. According to the results of wrote a book…
…begins to seek a trip to North Africa, to highlight the suppression mahdists uprising in the Sudan… Not to fight, and to light…
He refused, Winston complained personally to the Prime Minister, and the war Department appointed him to the supernumerary post of Lieutenant…
…In the reports Winston criticized the commander of the English troops.. the public reaction… was ambiguous, the position of the writer and not the accuser was combined with official duty of a Junior officer.
…After the campaign Churchill returned to India to take part in the national Polo tournament
…received an offer to run for Parliament
…The first attempt to take a seat in the House of Commons without success
– Winston advanced by the conservatives, but to get to the house, he is in the process of the debates stated their disagreement with the law adopted on the initiative of the conservatives – I would so steal the apples did not.
…then Winston goes as a correspondent to cover the Boer war…
…was captured by the Boers, but escaped. – Then he was accused that he threw two of his comrades, but no proof of this
…judging by the context of the events, two “abandoned” them companions diverted the attention to cover the escape of Winston.
…Escape from captivity made him famous, he received several offers to run for Parliament
General Hamilton introduced him to the Victoria Cross, but of course this view has not received
…published novel…
…at the age of 26 became a member of the house of Commons
All. Now Winston is in the cage, and his career will go like clockwork.
Despite the fact that his whole life experience – the game Polo and the depiction of what the others did.

Translated by Yandex Translate