Not paranoid enough

My opinion on conspiracy theory is that the world is a much crazier place than we generally consider it to be and the tinfoil-hat wearers aren’t nearly imaginative enough:

Britain and France talked about a ‘union’ in the 1950s and even discussed the possibility of Elizabeth II becoming the French head of state.

Once-secret papers from the National Archives have yielded the discoveries. On September 10, 1956, French Prime Minister Guy Mollet came to London to discuss the possibility of a merger between the two countries with Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden.

A British Cabinet paper from that period reads: “When the French Prime Minister, Monsieur Mollet, was recently in London he raised with the Prime Minister the possibility of a union between the United Kingdom and France.”

While we’re concerned about Bush and company selling out America to the North American Union, the real truth probably involves the USA becoming a province of Saudi Arabia or something.