Thursday, 2 August 2012

Boris Johnson, dangling

As I came in last night, I turned on the radio and heard the end of an item to the effect that Boris Johnson had been left dangling from a wire.

As in September 2001 and the events in New York, I was slightly concerned, being more or less against violence, but not surprised.

Later, I got the whole story and, rather than a sense of all being well after all, I felt a sense of indefinable injustice. That was heightened this morning when I saw a photo of the devious pillock clutching a union jack in each hand, suspended in East London and someone on a phone, presumably actually trying to get him down.

To think that they're slaughtering healthy animals to make pet food.

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