No imposition? Perfect. Well, if you don't mind check the Noodler's "Brexit" review incl. the text on the bottle http://www.fountainp...exit-exclusive/
Was the "perfect" sarcastic? Nothing that I wrote was.
I find the bottle label quote that you reference here a backhanded compliment/criticism of the British monarchy under King George and the manner of ruling the American colonies and the American War of Independence. If standing up for independence against colonialism is a form of objectionable political labeling, then by all means avoid the brand. It seems hardly an "imposition," but you may have other feelings about colonial rule (I object to it). And if the sly reference to the EU as a foreign ruler is also an "imposition," then again, by all means avoid the brand. But of course, the debate among all Europe and the UK was exactly about the various positions on how much autonomy to give up. It seems hardly an "imposition" to me to simply indicate which philosophical side one may stand on. I, for one, am an EU supporter (I think Brexit is a mistake), but I also support Liverpool, and I am an American in the US. We can buy products, I think, without being too imposed upon by the philosophical or geopolitical positions or statements of manufacturers. Or at least I can, and I wanted to state that I don't find these bottles/labels objectionably political. And I certainly find them more interesting and creative than the Diamine labels (I actually own more Diamine inks, but we're not talking about what is in the bottle--although this fact may make this conversation trivial).