The over-riding impression of the Tories this week is that they are all about messaging. There is no delivery. There is no grand plan. There will likely be no change. That they don’t want any is implicit in their name. So, all they actually do now is create and deliver slogans. Their belief is that so long as those slogans continue to roll and are more memorable – however vacuous they are – than anything Labour has to say then they can and will win the next general election. There is nothing to market. The marketing is it. And nothing is sacred, former Tory governments included.

This from the man who spends his time – as he insists himself – creating narratives.

6 thoughts on “Snigger”

  1. Actually I think that that is a pretty accurate appraisal of all the political parties at the present time. All hype and no substance.

  2. I wish it was true that there was no delivery. However, they will be delivering more covid bollox, more green bollox, higher taxes and inflation.

  3. He can’t get anything right, can he? That was the Tories for the last thirty years or so, but now we can only dream of conservatism and leaving things alone.

  4. “There will likely be no change. That they don’t want any is implicit in their name. […….] And nothing is sacred, former Tory governments included.”

    Oh, so there will be change, then.

  5. So they closed more pubs than the North Koreans in reaction to COVID – ‘No change’. The man is mentally subnormal

  6. I thought he was describing American democrats for a second there.

    “Build back better” wtf does that even mean?

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