Denial> Anger> Bargaining> Depression> Acceptance
America’s Grand Canyon isn’t wide enough for comparison with the gap that exists between Britain’s dwindling middle-class and people who work for a living. It’s often said they are all in denial but that’s inaccurate and disingenuous at best, the well-off have advanced to the bargaining stage due to the fact they can’t irritate the super rich too much. In times like these, it’s important for social climbers to stay fully on side!
But the notion that Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne can do anything at all about speculation in food prices is a fantasy far too far. Another special interest group fearing the UK might ‘slip into recession’ (ROFLLMAO) has bestowed special powers on the man that he never really had and they’re taking a shot at politicking through ultra iffy gimp-humour. The first clip below ends with their viewpoint propagated as follows;
“Banks push up the price of food through excessive speculation on financial markets. This causes hunger and poverty across the world. George can do something about this. Tell him to do the right thing.”
Better to tell George to relax now, Brussels has taken care of all that faut-pas fraught decision-making through edicts the Chancellor must conform to while maintaining his air of authority. With 8, 772 views this AM, this mainstream, wholly un-funny, double wooly jumper over the head clip obviously worked on some but the second tells us nobody’s buying, everyone knows full well only a taxi driver could run this country!