The last laugh: David Cameron and George Osborne failed the UK bitterly – but succeeded in hoodwinking the BBC.


There I was, virtually self-flagellating by surveying the post ‘Brexit-Day’ fall-out on Twitter, engaging in a bit myself, when I was fortunate to come across a tweet from our former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne.

I very nearly choked on my cup of tea.

“Trying to convince you various fiascos were triumphs”. Yes. He really did use those words.

“Happy memories”? Well Mr Osborne, your “happy memories” acting as an Agent Provocateur, openly attempting to deceive those who would keep the British public informed, are actually pretty distasteful to some of us. Certainly to those who still perceive honesty and transparency as a good thing, and/or the most important qualities we want to see in a politician.

But perhaps it’s this exact flippancy about dishonesty, as so marvellously demonstrated by the man who once controlled Britain’s finances, that’s enabled this age of ‘moral bankruptcy’ and zero accountability we’re currently facing. Down the barrel of an economic shotgun.

Politicians of his ilk are literally laughing in our faces.

Source: George Osborne just casually admitted his government regularly lied to the BBC |

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