Today brings the “Stop the Debt” public rally to the streets of London. Naturally the BBC, a chief cheerleader for racking up the debt in the first place, was never going to be sympathetic towards this event. On Today, at 8.53am, the BBC gives us Alexie Stalin sorry, I mean Alexei Sayle and Simon Heffer to “debate” the event. This cued up Sayle to engage in a rant about the little rich boys in the Countryside Alliance (Bingo, a fave BBC target) as well as dismissing the need for any protest against debt. Heffer was on the defensive, with the interviewer even going so far as to suggest that a little “fringe violence” might help the cause. The general conclusion driven by Sayle and the BBC (and not really dissented from my Heffer) that we need to leave the streets to the downtrodden masses of the Left. All that was missing was the playing of the Red Flag. Then again, one concludes that is always silently there,
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