Sunday, September 30, 2007


Not sure what I think about this case. Sticking two fingers up to government is always a worthwhile and excellently British activity, still there's something else there. There's the suspicion that if she'd been a small businesswoman from Leeds, she wouldn't have got the kid gloves treatment, but there's more to it than just the class war aspect of it.

Listen to Oxbridge and you could be convinced that day can't break without their input, but every time the wheels come off, the self-same peoiple try and make out that they're John Galt. Enough already. No single social group has done more to make modern Britain what it is than these people, so we can do without their whining on the few occasions when they get a turn in the barrel.

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