There is Outrage among the Righteous. How dare our elected representatives do what the people who voted for them actually want? They were elected to do what the Righteous want.
Dr Harpal Kumar, chief executive of Cancer Research UK, heavily criticised the decision to shelve plain packaging, warning concerns about the impact on the tobacco industry would cost lives.
Did you vote for him? No? So why is he involved in controlling your life?
Oh, maybe you don’t smoke so you don’t care but he has plans for you too, you know. No matter what your lifestyle is now, you can be sure it’s the wrong one.
Dr Sarah Wollaston, a Tory MP and former GP, condemned the decision as a ‘tragic waste of an opportunity’.
Some of you did vote for her. I don’t blame you. You thought she was a Tory. There are no Tories any more. No Labour either and the Lib Dems were never real from the start. There are no MPs who believe that people should be left alone to run their own lives while they run the country.
They don’t run the country. The EU does. We vote for people who have nothing to do, and who are well paid to not do it. Instead they try to run our lives for us, to hide the fact they are all blisteringly useless and have no real jobs at all.
So they take their cues from unelected Righteous busybodies who think the world should do as they say (looking at them, definitely not do as they do).
There is an opportunity here for any government worth more than the shit stain on a Whitehall toilet. A big opportunity that they will not have the intelligence, nor the guts to take.
An opportunity to say to all these unelected who have their demands – ‘Who voted for you? Where is your mandate? What gives you the authority to dictate how people should live?’
None of them will do it. None. They are too cowardly in some cases, too dim to even think those thoughts in most cases.
In most of their minds, dictating individual lives is perfectly okay. They are too stupid to see any problem with that.
They will not see the wave that comes to wash them away,
Let’s not tell them about it.