Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Her Highness Addresses The Lower Orders

Heh. I'm so old I remember when Labour was against the hereditary principle.

Not to give aid & comfort to the enemy, but someone should tell them that's not what people mean when they talk about 'family values'.

What really pushes it over the top is her playing the victim card. She faced derogatory comments at Oxford, see. Much like those other 18 year old kids, who faced derogatory comments except in Afghanistan. Also: mortar fire, but they were men so they were oppressors and Princesss Emily is a victim, even while she scores a bundle of cash doing a job in the City, just like Nye Bevan before her.

Her life's a Bruce Springsteen song, I tells you.

1 comment:

Jonathan Apps said...

One suspects a degree of envy; perhaps she wasn't attractive enough for anyone to want her to dress for the hunt or be one of their "conquests". I notice girl-on-girl jealousy often eventually comes out in this form. "It's filthy. I disapprove."