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A great stocking filler or secret santa gift Which fifty people made Britain the wreck she is? From ludicrous propagandist Alastair Campbell to the Luftwaffe's allies, the modernist architects, it…
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A great stocking filler or secret santa gift

Which fifty people made Britain the wreck she is? From ludicrous propagandist Alastair Campbell to the Luftwaffe's allies, the modernist architects, it's time to name the guilty. Quentin Letts sharpens his nib and stabs them where they deserve it, from TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh, the dumbed-down buffoon who put the 'h' in Aspidistra, to the perpetrators of the 'Credit Crunch'. Margaret Thatcher ruptured our national unity. The creators of EastEnders trashed our brand over high tea. Thus, he argues, are the people who made our country the ugly, scheming, cheating, beer-ridden bum of the Western world. Here are the fools and knaves and vulgarians who ripped down our British glories and imposed the tawdry and the trite. In a half century we have gone from end-of-Empire to descent-into-Hell.
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4 Likes #1
Quentin Letts? Isn't he that pond life who writes for the Daily Hate Mail? Sorry, I rarely vote cold, but the idea of putting money in that man's pocket is really revolting to me
1 Like #2
pat-w
Quentin Letts? Isn't he that pond life who writes for the Daily Hate Mail? Sorry, I rarely vote cold, but the idea of putting money in that man's pocket is really revolting to me

I will also refuse to buy.
2 Likes #3
Thought this was a Brexit thread. X)
3 Likes #4
dereklogan7
Thought this was a Brexit thread. X)

There's a lot less than 50 people responsible for that mess...and the last person I'd want to write a book on it is someone from the Daily Mail.
1 Like #5
Incredibly expensive for bog roll! Doesn't even come with quilting or work with standard toilet roll holders.

Ice cold for me.
1 Like #6
crumpo
dereklogan7
Thought this was a Brexit thread. X)
There's a lot less than 50 people responsible for that mess...and the last person I'd want to write a book on it is someone from the Daily Mail.
17,410,742 actually. :p
#7
What's poor Alan Titchmarsh done wrong? Lol mad.
1 Like #8
I love the Daily Mail.
2 Likes #9
Hope there's a nice big chapter on Mr B Liar, who helped get the world into the mess it's in now.
1 Like #10
kamenitzabrit
Hope there's a nice big chapter on Mr B Liar, who helped get the world into the mess it's in now.


​Probably not....unless you want to go the way of Dr Kelly!
3 Likes #11
nomisco
I love the Daily Mail.
Is that because it's soft, strong and very very long? I can think of no other reason.
1 Like #12
So many to choose from - but my vote would be split equally between Margaret Thatcher and Nigel Farage.
#13
Oh I guess this didn't go down very well X)
1 Like #14
your backside must be nicely blackened with ink by now then
2 Likes #15
Ah love the anti Daily Mail snobs. Sneering down from over the top of the financial times.
1 Like #16
Newbold
So many to choose from - but my vote would be split equally between Margaret Thatcher and Nigel Farage.


​Farage is just an opportunist. Thatcher was the devil incarnate
4 Likes #17
oldguy
Newbold
So many to choose from - but my vote would be split equally between Margaret Thatcher and Nigel Farage.
​Farage is just an opportunist. Thatcher was the devil incarnate
Farage will be a LORD in the New Year. He is a Great British Hero. I agree about Thatcher though.
2 Likes #18
Farage should be PM, shame he stood down
#19
118luke
Farage should be PM, shame he stood down


​Or, putting it another way, he should be locked up for the division and hatred he's inflicted on this country and the damage being done to it.
1 Like #20
118luke
Ah love the anti Daily Mail snobs. Sneering down from over the top of the financial times.


​I don't read the Financial Times.
But yes, I do sneer at the Daily Mail.
When they employ columnists like Katie Hopkins, a vicious spiteful racist bigot, I feel justified in sneering.
3 Likes #21
Newbold
118luke
Farage should be PM, shame he stood down
​Or, putting it another way, he should be locked up for the division and hatred he's inflicted on this country and the damage being done to it.

Farage did nothing of the sort.
The hatred came from people feeling they were being pushed aside amid waves of immigrants, and the government ignoring them. The ultimate cause was the EU open door policy.
#22
pat-w
118luke
Ah love the anti Daily Mail snobs. Sneering down from over the top of the financial times.

​I don't read the Financial Times.
But yes, I do sneer at the Daily Mail.
When they employ columnists like Katie Hopkins, a vicious spiteful racist bigot, I feel justified in sneering.

So you just need to know what to and not to believe.
The other option is to read tory propaganda printed in the others...
1 Like #23
The main problem, like most of the moaners in this thread, is the rise of limp-wristed liberalism. If someone actually has the balls to stand up for values that the majority believe in, then they will be derided as Fascists.
1 Like #24
bytemaster
The main problem, like most of the moaners in this thread, is the rise of limp-wristed liberalism. If someone actually has the balls to stand up for values that the majority believe in, then they will be derided as Fascists.

Those who complain about Margaret Thatcher should take a long hard look at the legacy the that the Left has given us, courtesy of Tony Blair!
#25
bytemaster
The main problem, like most of the moaners in this thread, is the rise of limp-wristed liberalism. If someone actually has the balls to stand up for values that the majority believe in, then they will be derided as Fascists.


​Totally right, the modern way of trying to please everyone actually pleases no-one. Your needs are different to mine, we both vote for who we are aligned with, one will win, one will lose. If most people change their mind after the winner has messed up, then they get to choose again in 4 years. Seems fair to me.
#26
boostii
bytemaster
The main problem, like most of the moaners in this thread, is the rise of limp-wristed liberalism. If someone actually has the balls to stand up for values that the majority believe in, then they will be derided as Fascists.
​Totally right, the modern way of trying to please everyone actually pleases no-one. Your needs are different to mine, we both vote for who we are aligned with, one will win, one will lose. If most people change their mind after the winner has messed up, then they get to choose again in 4 years. Seems fair to me.

5 years.
1 Like #27
bytemaster
bytemaster
The main problem, like most of the moaners in this thread, is the rise of limp-wristed liberalism. If someone actually has the balls to stand up for values that the majority believe in, then they will be derided as Fascists.

Those who complain about Margaret Thatcher should take a long hard look at the legacy the that the Left has given us, courtesy of Tony Blair!


​er....Tony Blair...left wing? are you joking? Mrs Thatcher even believed that he was one of her greatest legacies. I think there s some confusion about what left and right wing is, and please don't presume to believe your values are the majority view, after all you don't even say which values you uphold. You assume you ll be called a Fascist for your beliefs, but happily group those who disagree as limp wristed liberals...nothing like generalising eh?
#28
Newbold
118luke
Farage should be PM, shame he stood down


​Or, putting it another way, he should be locked up for the division and hatred he's inflicted on this country and the damage being done to it.


​Still Remoaning?

Even Sturgeon has accepted Brexit (Brexepted?) Time you did too. X)
1 Like #29
"Or, putting it another way, he should be locked up for the division and hatred he's inflicted on this country and the damage being done to it."

GOTCHYA
http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/conceptual-photogrpah-of-a-business-man-stuck-in-a-mouse-trap-as-he-picture-idrbrb_1669?s=170667a


Edited By: getmeone on Dec 21, 2016 05:36
#30
This Deal was worth it just for the comments :)
#31
Britain was buggered up by the British. It has nothing to do with foreigners on these shores or others.
#32
To my mind Thatcher was mainly responsible for many of UK's today's problems by instigating the free market. Yes, people made a few quick quid from denationalisation but boy, haven't we paid the price! Thinking about bankers, fat cat industrialists, the elite establishment and their inherent belief of entitlement makes my blood boil. And I'd support Farage over Blair any day
#33
Next book by the same author?

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