Senlak Rebel English T-shirt - Forest

Senlak Rebel English T-shirt - Forest

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£16.00

• Men’s classic t-shirt by Senlak - Rebel English Apparel
Senlak - English Inspired.
• Screen printed logo.
• Senlak branded woven patch on bottom hem
• The White Dragon is the ancient emblem of the English

"Only dead fish swim with the tide..."

Sometimes it’s good to remind ourselves of who we are...We have a long history of radical thought and action and are rebellious in nature. We won our freedoms while at our most rebellious and while we sit at home and watch Eastenders they take them all back. It is no accident that many of the ideas of individual liberty and freedom that have helped shaped the modern world first took root in our land and from our people. Freedom of thought and action, taking a stand and not allowing those above to impose their views on us below - the tail should not wag the dog. We should embrace all these things because we forget them at our peril.

And the rest of it...Established 449. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle gives this date as the landing on these shores of Hengest and Horsa, the fathers of the English nation.

"I understand, and admire the English, they have a healthy disrespect for authority, you tell an Englishman not to do something, and what does he do, he goes right away and does it!" - Winston Churchill


Material: 100% ringspun cotton
Weight: 150 gsm
Sizes: Small 34/36”, Medium 38/40”, Large 42/44”, XL 46/48”, XXL 50/52”

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"Only dead fish swim with the tide..."

Sometimes it’s good to remind ourselves of who we are...We have a long history of radical thought and action and are rebellious in nature. We won our freedoms while at our most rebellious and while we sit at home and watch Eastenders they take them all back. It is no accident that many of the ideas of individual liberty and freedom that have helped shaped the modern world first took root in our land and from our people. Freedom of thought and action, taking a stand and not allowing those above to impose their views on us below - the tail should not wag the dog. We should embrace all these things because we forget them at our peril.

And the rest of it...Established 449. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle gives this date as the landing on these shores of Hengest and Horsa, the fathers of the English nation.

"I understand, and admire the English, they have a healthy disrespect for authority, you tell an Englishman not to do something, and what does he do, he goes right away and does it!" - Winston Churchill

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