Prime Minister of Great Britain 1940-5, 1951-5
Visionary World War II leader and vocal critic of appeasement, who spent many years crying in the political wilderness about the imminent threat German re-armament posed to British business and military interests.
Churchill preached the doctrine of Total War against Nazi Germany, Italy and Japan, and was instrumental in the final defeat of European fascism and Japanese Imperialism.
Intellectual inspiration for modern-day anti-fascists and vocal critics of appeasement, who have spent many years crying in the political wilderness about the imminent threat that Islam, Dhimmification and the Caliphate pose to British liberties.
Modern anti-fascists preach the doctrine of Total War against Libya, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon, The Occupied Territories, Jordan, Pakistan, France, Jihadists and Ken Livingstone, and have been instrumental in safeguarding democracy by committing many fearless acts of keyboard heroism.
"Was Winston Churchill "extreme" in 1940?...
Your claim of "What you fail to understand is that your constant criticism of the Koran is pointless and gets you nowhere." smacks of people in 1938 wanting Churchill to shut up...
...It is 1933 and I am Winston Churchill." - Morgoth, regular Harry's Place commenter