Berlin, 1940: Herman Goering, head of the German Wermacht, says 'invasion of foreigners' is a populist myth spread by politicians.
Claims that there are there are hundreds of thousands of German soldiers waiting near Calais to seek unemployment and housing benefit are completely unfounded, he continued.
"As part of our federal Europe project", he continued, "France, Belgium and Netherlands have already opened their borders to German workers. After an initial influx of soldiers -all of whom are in employment- these workers have continued to other European countries".
"Claims by the daily mail that the arrival of these workers would be the downfall of Britain are completely unfounded -and everyone who makes these claims will be shot once the unification process is completed"
"Admittedly, Some senior management and government staff have been replaced by German managers -but that is because of their superior skills and willingness to participate in the integration project"
He finished, ""few of these German workers are likely to stay in Britain -many of them will actually head east next year to help Russia lower its borders to migrant workers"