Clearly, Jacob Rees-Mogg modelled for this sign, that should appear on roads across the UK as soon as possible (if there’s any justice).

Conservatives have done their level best to develop a culture of divisiveness in the UK since they came back into office in 2010. If they set the rest of us against each other, they reason, we are likely to overlook the fact that – while we have been starved of money, resources and services, they and their supporters are many times richer than eight years ago.

They have used the so-called financial crisis to take more for themselves while forcing us to pay for the measures they said would resolve the UK’s debt issues (even though those issues were fabricated – there was no need to worry about the national deficit because it could have been resolved by much less harmful means). No wonder people feel so aggrieved they are creating images satirically inciting violence against them.

Don’t be surprised if physical versions of this sign actually start appearing.

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