Saturday, July 2, 2016

Getting personal

Former British politician Norman Tebbit was interviewed on RTE Radio this morning. He was most critical of Michael Heseltine.

People, especially people in power, the management class, tut-tut any idea of getting 'personal' when discussing issues of policy, serious matters.

Listening to the higher echelons of the British Conservaitive Party this week talking and discussing Brexit and the upcoming leadership race, it is glaringly clear that it is all about 'personal issues', it's all about personalities, indeed, maybe nothing else.

That's the case everwhere, maybe especially in the churches.

All one big game, where we are all fooled. And all  the time the management class live that famous life called after 'Reilly', whoever he may have been.

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