Monday, 29 September 2014

The worst are full of passionate intensity

On 28 September 2014, the Chris Riddell cartoon below was seen in The Observer:

I posted the following comment in the 'Comment is Free' section below the cartoon:
"A very LibLabCon cartoon, I reckon. ISIS was made by Iraq (New Labour and all but 16 Tories voted for the war) + USA/Saudi Arabia/Qatar/Turkey's backing for anti-Assad groups in Syria. Everyone at the Guardian will know this. Just as they will know that ISIS was not made by UKIP, the BNP, the National Front or the mentality associated with such folk.

The BNP and the National Front, by the way, were strongly opposed the the Iraq War (UKIP barely existed) and Nick Griffin of the BNP played an enormous role in the defeat of the vote to make war upon Syria in 2013. Which fact the whole of the mainstream media did not report.

The Guardian reader may have been be up for the mass immigration of potential ISIS recruits into the working-class areas of Britain (not his leafy suburb) over the course of the last 60 years but the man on the Clapham Omnibus never was.

When heads begin to roll over here, one supposes the leafy suburbs will suffer along with Clapham High Street. I, for one, will not be shedding tears for a liberal intelligentsia that would seek to negatively associate ISIS with UKIP if that time comes." 
The powers-that-be seem content to utilise all the dirty tricks in their armoury to prevent anything resembling a patriotic party attaining a measure of power in the UK. 

Putting ISIS and UKIP together in this way is beyond ridiculous and suggests to me that the left-wing may be losing it.

Fine by me.

I don't know about 'passionate intensity' but, really, 'the worst' in our world are as 'full of' eminently detectable bulls*** as it's possible to be.

P.S. The Guardian, along with the rest of the mainstream media, don't publish my comments.
Once in a while I put something in to see if they've changed their minds about the truths I tell.

It hasn't happened yet.

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