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By making one foul comment the entitled Sir Nineteen Votes has become the most quoted, commented on and recognisable parasite on mainstream and social media. He has had more media attention than those who deserve it.
The humanity shown by a real Prime Minister, even when we can only wish she was ours.
Abdul Aziz! Don’t know who he is? My point is made.
The trauma suffered by all those who were involved in the aftermath. The legendary First Responders. We don’t even know their names.
No. The best known name to come out of this horrific tragedy is not even that of the perpetrator. It is an excuse for a man who has jumped on the bandwagon.
I have NOT named him. Everyone, sadly, knows who he is. He is a politician and he is striving for a recognition which will turn into votes.
Every time his name is mentioned, every time his image is shown, every time he is brought to mind, the words of Oscar Wilde are remembered. ‘The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.’ And the entitled Sir Nineteen Votes loves all this talk about him.
It is time to deny him the oxygen he craves. It is time to STOP talking about him. He is the purveyor of a disease which grows every time he is mentioned.
Want a crusade? Join this one and practice forgetting this toxic cane toad of a Kardashian.
It seems there were two frogs sitting on a lily pad, when all of a sudden, a fly came along. One frog put out his tongue, ate the fly, and started laughing hysterically. Soon the other frog joined in the laughter.
Later in the day, the other frog ate a fly and the two frogs burst out in laughter.
As time went on, the frogs enjoyed the flies so much that the sight of a fly would cause them to double up with pleasure (if it’s possible for frogs to double up!). But of course, the most pleasure came when the fly was actually eaten.
A third frog hopped up to the first two and asked what was so funny.
The first frog answered ‘Time.’
‘Huh?’ asked the third frog.
The second frog explained, ‘Time’s fun when you’re having flies.’