Pamela Anderson believes that the key to strengthening the political relationship between the United Kingdom and United States is to “bring sexy back.”
The Baywatch star voiced her concerns over diplomatic relations between the two super powers in her latest poem, posted online and entitled “I Like How You Resist Me.”
How the UK government will deal with the US in the wake of Donald Trump’s shock election win has been the source of much debate during his first 100 days as president.
The US represents an important ally to the UK and trade partner that could become increasingly important in the wake of Brexit.
Anderson has the answers though, starting with the aforementioned Justin Timberlake quote from the song of the same name.
“Just as a dysfunctional lover,” she writes. “The USA has been spying on UK(reading emails and listening to calls).
“All this, that the USA does is as a freakish lover or stalker would.”
The poem goes on to list her “recommendations” for making things between the countries “sexy” again”
“The UK should have an independent foreign policy not based on a special relationship,” she writes.
“the UK and USA relationship would be based on a fundamental reconfiguration of domestic politics, and their relationship with the rest of the world.
“They then should disarm and withdraw their troops from Afghanistan and other overseas military engagements, and pursue a peaceful and cooperative diplomatic relationship with other countries.
Pammy also calls on the UK and US to “encourage other countries to reduce their quantise of arms: “If you will, I will”.
“Subordinating safety and human rights to the profit motives of arms exporters is not strong, or sexy. Openness and honesty are a must in any relationship.,” she notes.
“So, need to get rid of approaching everything with secrecy and cover up. Stop abusing espionage and secrecy laws.”
She ends by calling for an end to the “haughty superiority” of the pair and “double standard” often put in place.
“We must not forget how to make love,” she adds. “But, war. No more war!”
The poem also sees Anderson note her “own special relationship” with Julian Assange, further fuelling speculation she is romantically involved with the Wikileaks founder.