I'm always rather reluctant to discuss the pantomime that goes on in our Westminster Houses of Hypocrisy and Corruption, as I tend to see them all as the bacteria that floats on the top of a cesspool. However, watching the recent pompous arrogance of dangerous bumbling Boris, and Joseph Rees Mogg's total upper crust disdain for what was going on, displayed by his full length sleeping posture during the debate, it reminded me of a previous piece I wrote away back in 2010. It was just another public display of arrogance and disgust at the plebs by one of the upper crust privileged parasite class, a certain Sir Nicholas Winterton, as you see, nothing has really changed. How long will we tolerate this dangerous pantomime controlling our lives?
Recently the media has been blabbing on about a certain member of the parasite class, a Sir Nicholas Winterton, conservative MP for Macclesfield who stated that it was infuriating that he had to pay to travel with his class of person. This “gent” also said, passengers with cheap train tickets are, “a totally different type of people.” Another of his comments that no doubt came from his heart, was, Those in standing areas had, “a different outlook on life” compared with first class passengers. This old windbag and parasite also stated, “They may read a book, but I doubt whether they’re undertaking serious work or study, reading reports or amending reports that MPs do when they travel.”
Why there should be such surprise or shock at such remarks is what shocks me. This is the real values these people have. They DO believe they are a better class of person, they do feel they have the right to all the privileges and perks that are going. They just don’t say it out loud in the wrong company and that was the mistake of this particular parasite. They smile and spout drivel pretending to engage with the peasants and show a little courtesy now and then as the last thing they want is for peasants with pitch forks arriving at their door. Which would be no bad thing under the present circumstances.