The Dog’s Bollocks

Truth is like a dog’s bollocks – pretty obvious if you care to look.

Thought for the Day…

Margaret Thatcher used to say that “nothing is more insidious than a fashionable consensus.” And “surely there is something logically suspect about a solution which is always correct, whatever the problem.1

Nothing is more comfortable than a consensus that has the answer to every problem. It is as if Karl Marx’s historical determinism had been transmogrified directly into the brains of Globalists, particularly the neo-liberal sort.

John Ralston Saul, The Collapse of Globalism and the Reinvention of the Modern World.

1 Speech given by Margaret Thatcher to the National Press Club, Washington DC, November 5, 1993.


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