Graduates admit politics is \’too complicated\’ for them
More than a third of people with degrees in Britain admit that they cannot follow politics because it goes over their head, an official study into public attitudes to government shows.
Among people educated to GCSE or O Level standard, almost two thirds admit that politics and government were \”too complicated\” to follow.
It\’s true that not all of them are indeed lying thieving bastards. Some of them are simply too stupid to know how to dissimulate or get their snouts in the trough. But as a general rule we\’re close enough: those who demand your money at gunpoint in order to satisfy their own desires are indeed lying thieving bastards. Or, as we colloquially call them, politicians.
There, no degree nor O level needed to understand the system.