John Lydon has been a contrary voice with much to say for 40 years. He takes aim at the state of the nation. Jeremy Corbyn, Theresa May and The Great British Bake Off best get their tin-hats on…He deeply concerns me. It reminds me of when I was very young. The Cuban Missile Crisis, how tense that was. And if this maniac gets in we will be there all over again in a flying fart’s second. He is not a deep thinker. What he is, he’s a businessman, which means greedy and selfish. So he is only interested in considering his own point of view – which in his case is only his ego. And that makes him very, very irresponsible to the rest of us.
I can vote in this election, I have lived in America long enough
I am anti-politician me, fully. So I understand that a lot of Trump’s supporters are disenfranchised. They are fed up with politics as usual. Unfortunately, a lot of that has been hijacked with racism and God knows what other innuendo Trump can fly. He is a confusionist. I can vote in this election, I have lived in America long enough. But I think everyone in the world should be able to vote in an election like this. Because all our lives depend on feckless idiocy or a deceitful bureaucrat. Be afraid, be very, very afraid.I am horrified that Theresa May is trying to reintroduce grammar schools. That is class separation again. Divided by money. It is steps backwards. And it is not the time to be using the mess of Brexit to build up an old Etonian Empire. That is going to cause a real serious problem. Hello? Riots on the way.
There was no information. The lasting image I have is of Bob Geldof in one boat and Nigel Farage in the other, yelling abuse on the River Thames. You couldn’t make it up. That is Carry On… And Farage was as shocked as anyone. The most shocked person of all was Boris. He looked dumbfounded: “God, people actually listen to me! How did that happen?” If May gets her way, England is going to be full of those kind of toffs. They are the generals who lead us into trench warfare. They shouldn’t be holding responsibility.He is a frightening prospect. Again, he is grammar school and so stuck up his own opinionator he can’t see the wood for the trees. It is too far left and extremist – and it doesn’t make sense when the rhetoric is more important than the reality. What you have with Corbyn and May is, unfortunately, what Britain was before it joined the EU.
The most shocked person of all was Boris. He looked dumbfounded