Beware! Children at play

No, we are not not talking about the millions of youngsters who are now enjoying their summer holiday.   We are talking about the juvenile delinquents who inhabit Westminster and play their idiotic, copycat, yah-boo games in a crass attempt to appear superior to their opponents; and the childlike fools in the media who publish stupid stories laced with faux shock and concern for the nation’s well-being.

The answer to the question hasn’t changed in years – and certainly not since the last time this pathetic question was asked by the Mail’s space filling dimwits in a roundabout way.  The answer is still our supreme government in Brussels, the EU, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Anyone would think the reason this fact is ignored has something to do with the supposedly anti-EU Daily Mail trying to play down its pro-EU position because its readers are mainly Eurosceptic.  By way of a reminder…

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This is why, addressing Richard’s commentary over on EU Referendum, the Daily Mail – despite its evident distate for Roland Rudd of pro-EU propaganda merchant ‘Business for New Europe’ – the Mail as a newspaper seems quite happy to take stories sourced by him and to spread them uncritically.

As we reminded readers recently, we cannot trust the media because it is ‘in the tank’ for the EU and we should therefore view all stories through a prism of scepticism, where we question whose agenda is being serviced.

2 Responses to “Beware! Children at play”

  1. 1 Peejos 26/07/2013 at 6:21 am

    The lack of need for ‘the children’ was exemplified by Belgium last year when it happily existed without a government for nine months. Nobody seemed to be bothered

  2. 2 Sam Duncan 26/07/2013 at 9:02 pm

    I don’t disagree. But I do question the necessity for anyone to be “in charge” while the PM takes a holiday, EU or no EU. If anything requiring his presence were to occur, he’d be called back and Parliament recalled. But in all likelihood, nothing will (nor would it even if Britain were an independent state). This kind of idiocy is of a piece with the prevailing corporatist idea that these self-important berks are “running the country”. They ain’t, and we’d all be a lot better off if they stopped trying to.

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