Pesky questions the media don’t want to answer

h/t The Boiling Frog

But when such a straightforward question does get asked, it is posed out of context and the answer given by the political elite is accepted unmolested by any form of challenge.  Someone’s interests are being served here, and it isn’t that of the general public.  When Cameron declared ‘we are all in this together’ he must have meant the political class and the media.

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6 Responses to “Pesky questions the media don’t want to answer”


  1. 1 coolnesscoolness 20/01/2013 at 5:02 pm

    Vote for UKIP they will pull us out

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  2. 2 Autonomous Mind 20/01/2013 at 7:03 pm

    No thanks. I’m not voting UKIP with substance-free Farage at the helm.

    But feel free to plug the petitions if you think they will make any difference.

  3. 3 Carrie 21/01/2013 at 10:18 am

    AM it’s all well and good saying that, but what other choice is there? Like it or not UKIP are the only viable protest party for change, the more that vote for them the better.

    If you’re waiting for a revolt and protests in the street I fear you’ll be waiting a long time, most people are much too fond of Jeremy Kyle to bother themselves with such exertions and those lucky enough to be employed are trying to keep their heads above water.

  4. 4 dan 21/01/2013 at 10:23 am

    ‘substance free Farage’ is doing a better job in getting the message across of the dangers of the EU than all the oh so intelligent blogs rolled together.
    His vanity is as nothing to theirs

  5. 5 Autonomous Mind 21/01/2013 at 10:43 am

    Dan, if we have a referendum campaign and Farage leads it he will be slaughtered by the EUphiles because he hasn’t got a bloody clue of *how* the UK can be removed from the EU while keeping essential trade and commercial interests intact.

    If Farage is so good at using his platform to get his message across why isn’t he polling at 25%+ in the opinion polls? Because he fears someone else will look more competent than him and he won’t have control he regularly purges UKIP’s ranks to remove any threats.

    For God’s sake, Steve Crowther even suspected Olly Neville was plotting a party coup when UKIP removed him as the youth leader – the lad is barely 21 years old.

    UKIP needs a proper leadership team with a leader who leaves his ego at the door. It won’t be taken seriously until then. It’s not a matter of vanity, I’m not vain at all. It’s a matter of having a vision the EUphiles can’t defeat and that people can have confidence in. So for now I for one will continue to criticise a man who in the current scheme of things is dramatically underperforming.

  6. 6 james higham 21/01/2013 at 2:49 pm

    unmolested by any form of challenge

    Oh, have to steal that one. :)


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