Delingpole: Make Frisby’s 17 Million F***-Offs Britain’s Official Brexit Day Anthem!

The clock face of Elizabeth Tower, known after the bell Big Ben, shows the hands at eleven o'clock as a Union Flag flies in front of it in London on January 28, 2020. - Britain will formally leave the European Union at 11pm GMT on January 31, 2020. (Photo by …
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Dominic Frisby’s “17 Million F*ck-Offs” is, beyond doubt, the greatest song about Brexit ever written.

All right, so the field is not exactly crowded with competition.

Nonetheless, Frisby’s comedic masterpiece — which wittily, liltingly, and swearily celebrates the bravura act of defiance which led 17.4 million Britons to vote for Brexit in the EU referendum, against all the advice of the Establishment ‘experts’ — is, in Brexit terms, like “My Way”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Stairway to Heaven”, and “Mad Dogs and Englishmen” rolled into one.

That’s why it is so very important that this Friday, when Britain celebrates her newfound independence from the European Union, Frisby’s song absolutely must be top of the official charts.

Not only will the BBC then be forced to play it but all the millions of people who voted for Brexit — and the millions more who would have voted Brexit if only they’d had the nerve, and the millions more who thought Remain was the right choice but have now realised how totally evil the EU is and want out as soon as possible — will be able to sing along to a song that truly captures the momentousness and hilarity and quintessential Britishness of the occasion.

This is why it’s so important that Breitbart readers help make this happen.

By buying the song here on Amazon or here on iTunes, you can do your bit to rub the Remoaners’ noses in it, and irritate the BBC, and donate your money to an excellent cause: Frisby is donating all the profits to the Maggie Oliver Foundation for victims of child rape gangs.

If you’re unfamiliar with Frisby, he is a man of many parts: stand up comic, cryptocurrency expert, anti-tax-campaigner, libertarian, voiceover artiste, and all-round good egg.

And if you don’t help this excellent man and his superb song, there is a possibility that a rival campaign by embittered Remoaners may end up getting Beethoven’s Ode to Joy — the European Union’s official anthem — to number one instead. Which, obviously would be a disaster.


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