Never before has ‘the establishment’ – as defined by Politicians, Police and Press – been so derided, discredited, and utterly disgraced as they are today.
After his ‘performance’ in Parliament yesterday, those of us interested in current affairs – and human behaviour within that sphere – are entitled to review the position, and character, of the man at the top.
Let’s face it, our country is now in a worse state than David Cameron himself can ever have imagined when he became Prime Minister just over a year ago.
Frankly, his ‘reign’ has been a complete disaster.
On 7 July, even The Daily Telegraph screamed: ‘Cameron is in the sewer’. Read more on The curse of David Cameron…
So, in an exciting week of news, Andy Coulson – David Cameron’s token piece of rough – moved on to pastures new.
Does this provide the Prime Minister with the opportunity to develop a new, more professional approach to developing his policies and bringing more of the common people, rather than tabloid newspapers, along with him?
I do hope so. It seems to me that, in politics, unlike in commerce, politicians think up what they are going to do, release a press release accordingly and then manipulate the media to support them.
Most people in business cannot do this. Marketers and their products and brands do not get covered in the media like politicians do. So they have to think. And they have to make sure they bring their customers along with them or they go bust. Read more on Coulson exit provides new opportunity for Cameron…