Taking a moment out of trying to get people to justify their opinions on radio, James O’Brien has assembled an excellent if not totally depressing case outlining how a handful of key individuals colluded, conspired, and/or coincided to take Britain from the 2008 Financial Crisis-handling days of Gordon Brown through to where we currently are, the post-Johnsonian mess of a state we’re in now. A frustrating read, because in a sane society this sort of thing ought not to be allowed. But, when the Left tries to appeal to the adjudicator, the Right just enforces their side of the story. In description of most of the figures mentioned by the book, the words “venal”, “self-serving” and “nepotistic” spring forcefully to mind.
How They Broke Britain