Fight to the Death for Jersey: A Commando comics adventure for Brexiters

YESTERDAY the plucky little island of Jersey saw off a vast French invasion force. Read our Commando comics-style account of this epic battle written especially for Brexiters.   

Corporal Johnny Atkins was making a brew when a panicked sentry rushed up to him. ‘Frenchmen,’ he gasped. ‘Ruddy millions of the blighters, heading our way in heavily armed small fishing vessels!’

Looking out to sea, committed Brexiter Atkins saw the grim armada approaching. ‘I’ve got to stop them,’ he thought. ‘We don’t want Frenchies strutting around in their jackboots in the home of our beloved 1980s TV detective Jim Bergerac.’

Atkins grabbed his trusty Sten gun and rushed to the harbour, where he commandeered a pleasure cruiser. Ordering the skipper to head straight for the French fleet he said a quiet prayer to himself: ‘For the Queen. For Brexit. For an end to freedom of movement.’  

Closing on the first vessel, Atkins heard a French kommandant cackling with glee. ‘Soon le Jersey will be ours! We weel rename it Macron Island! Fish et chips will be banned and toutes les English will have to eat confusing langoustines instead. Ha ha ha! Ah ha ha ha!’

Incensed, Atkins finished him off with one burst. Then, darting between the French fishing warships, he sent all of them to a watery grave. This isn’t terribly realistic, even for a Commando comic, but this is a story for Brexiters.   

Back in St Helier, Atkins breathed a sigh of relief. ‘Time for some grub,’ he said. ‘Just so long as it’s not bloomin’ French fries!’  

The End

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