How about permanent proroguing?

The lower the calibre of human, the more important they think they are.

https://order-order.com/2019/08/13/politicians-vs-people-latest/

I’m looking for a word for these people – quisling, charlatan, mountebank – or is it jumped up jackasses with no regard for their role as servants of the people?

Do they really think they’re our superiors? Really? Because I see almost no one in the media superior, maybe Neil, Carlson and same among the pollies – maybe Kate Hoey, I like Gerard too. The Donald has ability.

We’re probably going to need a prorogued parliament.

Further reading from the Z Man:

http://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=18309

A more nuanced explanation is that the White Fright is part of a great fear that is sweeping the managerial classes. Like that which swept France in the summer of 1789, this fear is rooted in both the economic and the social problems of society. There’s also a paranoia about the ruling class. These people are riddled with angst and fear of being dropped from the managerial class. This causes them to be highly sensitive to any disruption in society and as a result, they are prone to panics.

The media, internet censors, social justice warriors and corporate HR departments are the servants of the ruling class. As such, they are wholly dependent upon them for their status with regards to the rest of us. Unlike the commoners, who are only vaguely aware that there are powerful people behind the political theater, the managerial class is much more aware of this reality. As a result, they live like the peasants of France, keenly aware they are dependent upon people they cannot trust.

5 comments for “How about permanent proroguing?

  1. microdave
    August 14, 2019 at 09:54

    “We’re probably going to need a prorogued parliament”

    The Squeaker won’t allow that…

    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/political-parties/conservative-party/boris-johnson/news/105911/john-bercow-vows-fight-stop

  2. Doonhamer
    August 14, 2019 at 18:10

    Bung in “Parliamentary” and you get nice alliteration.

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