Emotional support terrorist

From The Guardian:

On an administrative note, though, anyone wanting to keep Corbyn in a meeting room next week should have an emotional support terrorist on standby to help him through the process.

7 comments on “Emotional support terrorist

  1. Excellent.

    “One day there will be a public inquiry,” another member of the government observed, “and she will be judged to have been unfit for office.”

    Well, duh. That’s every Prime Minister since Mrs T left office, tho. May is just more *transparently* thick and treacherous than most.

    Meanwhile, in the most ambitious crossover event since Avengers: Infinity War, the CBI and the TUC have put out a joint plea to Theresa May to return to at least the same postcode as her senses.

    The public inquiry should find out how comes British business and British trade unions came to be anti-British.

    If you’re keeping track of the various lunacies, please note that parliamentary sovereignty is no longer the glorious destination of Brexit but its evil enemy.

    C-, lazy gaslighting. “Actually, bigots, parliamentary sovereignty means you can’t leave the EU because they were all lying in their manifestos – checkmate, gammon!” is one of the more tone-deaf Continuity Remain memes.

    Theresa May is in fact an extremely dangerous individual whose priorities are now so far out of whack, she shouldn’t be anywhere near the controls of this particular automobile

    True, but again, the same was true of Major, Blair, Broon, and the Heir to Blair. May isn’t unique, she’s just less charismatic than the grimacing Caledonian cyclops and more obviously serpentine than “Trussst-In-Me” Charles Lynton Blair.

    Enoch Powell was right, y’see – “The supreme function of statesmanship is to provide against preventable evils”. For the past 30 years our political class has been herding us towards preventable evils, and calling us racists, bigots, and Little Englanders when we object.

  2. “On an administrative note, though, anyone wanting to keep Corbyn in a meeting room next week should have an emotional support terrorist on standby to help him through the process.”

    That’s rather good …. for the Guardian.

  3. Well, duh. That’s every Prime Minister since Mrs T left office, tho. May is just more *transparently* thick and treacherous than most.

    And 80% of those before Mrs T, TBH.

  4. Chris – Yarp. The Blessed Margaret was a brief, yet wonderful respite from decline managers and sociopaths.

  5. I’ve just been watching a documentary about Duran Duran. Of course all the band members now wear black. Still, that old footage was a reminder of how much fun the 80s were.

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