[Image: Another Angry Voice.]

[Image: Another Angry Voice.]

Well done to the Angry Yorkshireman for highlighting the cognitive dissonance that Daily Mail readers are expected to swallow uncomplainingly.

Of course, this is the media organ that runs a photo column down the right-hand side of its website containing image after image of scantily-clad celebrities (if you can call them that), praising their physical attributes, no matter how young they may be.

So the leaning towards leering at very young girls is ingrained in the psyche of that extremely-popular site.

Doesn’t that worry you?

The Daily Mail has been stirring up outrage and hatred about the fact that some of the tiny number of teenage refugees accepted into Britain look older than they are.

The idea of inciting hatred against refugees who look older than they are is bad enough in its own right, but to run a front page story inciting outrage about teenagers who look older than they are alongside a story that celebrates a 15 year old girl for looking older than she is and drools over her “sophistication” and “jaw dropping bone structure” is extraordinary stuff.

There seem to be two possible options here.

Either the Daily Mail editorial staff are so stupid that they were incapable of spotting the cognitive dissonance inducing juxtaposition of their hate campaign against old-looking teenage migrants next to a piece that drools all over a 15 year old girl for looking grown-up and sophisticated.

Or the Daily Mail editorial team are deliberately taking the piss out of their readership by juxtaposing the two things so they can have a good laugh about how Daily Mail readers are so damned stupid that they’re completely immune to cognitive dissonance.

Source: Are the Daily Mail deliberately ridiculing their own readers?

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