You don’t know me; and vitally in all of this we’ve never met,
so how can you so ludicrously then make supposedly valued
statements about me that bear no similitude, whatsoever,
to who or what I really am? And to moreover rather
dishonestly and, assuredly from my personal
perspective, reprehensively portray these
concocted falsehoods of yours, which
you’ve liberally, callously, untrustworthily and most discernibly
totally unwarrantedly in your crazed and vainglorious mind-
set take to proselytizing as something which they quite
patently are not! Have you no shame, much less so
any conscience – graciously assuming that you
know what that word means, and therefore
have one – to stop, think and seriously
reconsider what you’re customarily
doing? Or is purely self-servingly,
most spinelessly and corruptly,
monetarily feathering your
own nests, set against the
immoral framework of
hateful and populous
one stanch raison
d’etre for living?
© Stanley V. Collymore
5 April 2019.
It would take far too long and undoubtedly a considerable amount of my precious time and energy to name if not all, at least the vast majority of these absolutely nauseating culprits that are both directly and implicitly involved and, frankly, I do truthfully have far better things to constructively do with my cherished time and shan’t therefore either insult my intelligence or dignify these poor excuses for Homo Sapiens by spending such an inordinate amount of time on them.
Furthermore, all of you with methodically functioning brains in your heads, in discernible contrast to those with unmistakeably impracticable but supposed ones firmly located in their posteriors, and know how to properly use yours are already fully acquainted with those who are unquestionably culpable for this noxious state of affairs, and who precisely it is that I’m referring to.
Wouldn’t you agree Mark Zuckerberg?
As Jonathan Cook both honestly and comprehensively outlined in his brilliant article: “The Media smoothed the path to British soldiers using Corbyn (in reference to Jeremy Corbyn) as target practice”, this endemic white western media problem, currently at its zenith in the British corporate media - “It is time to stop believing these infantile narratives the British political and media establishments have crafted for us.
“Like the one in which they tell us they care deeply about the state of political life, and that they lie awake at night worrying about the threat posed by populism to our democratic institutions.
“How do they persuade us of the depth of their concern? They express their “horror” at the murder of an MP, Jo Cox, and their “outrage” at the abuse of another, Anna Soubry – both victims of the frenzied passions unleashed by Brexit.
“But the political and media elites don’t really care whether politicians are assaulted, vilified or threatened – at least, not if it the kind of politician who (lawfully) threatens their power.
“They aren’t seriously worried about attacks on democracy, or about political violence, or about the rottenness at the core of state institutions. Their outrage is selective. (Sanctimonious piety). (And) it’s rooted not in principle, but in self-interest.”