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Of course the question is “…whether such an establishment is unjust…”; its sustainability has been proven for almost a millennia, back to the days of the Norman invasion and feudalism. The rich rule, we serve.

Ian Bone

A positive idea in a letter in the Guardian today……from Simon Jenkins to Laurie Penny no more articles. I can just hear the pipsqueaks……’this is not the right way to tackle inequality’ …’d be a fucking start though wouldn’t it.
Just to emphasise the point Owen Jones has two whole pages to plug his new book – already had a large chunk earlier in the week……..still he’s our new Orwell so shouldn’t carp. The book is a 38% style well worn run through of injustices ending thus………’the question is not whether such an establishment is unjust…….the question is whether it is sustainable’. I suspect Jones’ new book will not be so uncritically reviewed elsewhere.

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Written by Smiling Carcass

30/08/2014 at 2:14 PM

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  1. Worth noting that Orwell went to Eton. Class War have a peculiar view of Oxbridge and the working class. Very selective. Most of their ideas and facts are derived from Oxbridge academics and BBC media hacks. Maybe Class War might answer a question posed by a person on the Bone blog; what is working class? I consider myself working class – mum worked as a maid and dad a lorry driver – and I was refused entry to Oxford. Later I taught a course at Oxford and for over ten years taught at Cambridge, where my postgraduate students were veterinarians working for organizations in many countries in opposition to animal cruelty. My Cambridge students opposed animal experiments, risked their lives combating cruelty to bears and other animals in several Asian countries and one had her house fire bombed in Spain by real fascists (not the fantasy ones opposed by the UAF) for her opposition to bull fighting. But you won’t see any of my stuff in the Bone Blog; all censored because it does not fit the narrative of Brideshead English toffs.

    The most sustainable feature of the British Establishment is the dishonesty and censorship of those who have set themselves up as its opponents.

    Dr Llareggub

    31/08/2014 at 9:56 AM

    • We’ve had 1,000 years of dishonesty and oppression- an untruth or two from the opposition in the cause of our fight worries me little.

      ¡Viva la Revoluçion!

      Smiling Carcass

      01/09/2014 at 2:10 AM

  2. Not much I can say to that my friend. If you believe that a few lies will help the cause of lifting oppression, then we have the basis for many of the failed attempts to create a socialist and free society. Just tell the workers it will turn out OK. Best regards.

    Dr Llareggub

    01/09/2014 at 9:44 AM

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