How They Broke Britain

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How They Broke Britain

How They Broke Britain

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A critic from the right who picks a fight with How They Broke Britain may be dismissed by O’Brien as just another hateful ideologue or client journalist, any review further evidence of the incestuous, corrupt and heinously biased world he works so hard to decry.

Has been speaking for a long time and now it's on a hard copy for generations to come - to readEVERY BRIT SHOULD PLEASE READ THIS BOOK AND ANYONE WHO LOVES BRITAIN. It also makes his criticisms of some extremely hard-working journalists (the BBC’s former political editor, Laura Kuenssberg; the presenter of Today, Nick Robinson) seem snide and unnecessary.Nigel Farage, the show’s latest political signing, may well end up having to eat more than his share of kangaroo anuses.

The most important political book of the year and a fascinating must-read for anyone who cares about Britain. million weekly listeners and his first book, How To Be Right , was a Sunday Times bestseller, which won the Parliamentary Book Award for Best Political Book by a non-politician. No, what I mean is that some books, at least in the current landscape, are hard to criticise; to argue with them is to incorporate yourself, however unwittingly, into the framework they purport to stand against. Personally, I’m as suspicious as he is of the Mail’s newfound support for freedom of speech on university campuses.His forensic approach is joined by unerring aim - he does more than point the finger, he delivers a rapier thrust to the vital organs of those who have done the damage. View image in fullscreen James O’Brien: ‘relies almost entirely for his text on the hard labour – the investigations, and the thinking – of others’. Each baddie gets a chapter: Rupert Murdoch, Paul Dacre and Andrew Neil represent the press; Nigel Farage, David Cameron, Jeremy Corbyn, Boris Johnson and Liz Truss are his politicians; Matthew Elliott and Dominic Cummings of Vote Leave bring up the rear (like a pantomime horse).

Every Chapter is a revelation - From the first line of the Introduction- you get hooked and want to read more. You can’t have your face on the cover of your book and not be a brand, and his requires him to be firmly on one side – the other side – when he must know that aspects of the current politics of the left are just as muddled, fractious and potentially dangerous as those of the right. Bold and incisive as ever, James O'Brien reveals the shady network of influence that has created a broken Britain of strikes, shortages and scandals. Read it anyway even if you don't like Britain and maybe you will understand the reason why you didn't like Britain and change your mind as you now have a better understanding as to why.If ever the fates aligned in Britain’s apparent favour (eg at the Imperial zenith, 100-odd years ago), it now seems to have been our turn for just about everything to tumble the other way (eg J Poo-byn ‘opposing’ various things, yet not The Topic Of The Day in June 2016).

I don’t mean that whatever one says will have no effect on their success, though in the case of James O’Brien’s How They Broke Britain, which comprises an extended “charge sheet” of the nine men and one woman its author believes set the UK on a course of unnecessary decline, this is indubitably the case. A damning indictment of the British media/politics revolving-door and the contemptibility of its inhabitants, interwoven with tasteful satire which offers much-needed comic relief in an otherwise bleak assessment of. Even as he gags, no one’s going to ask him any awkward questions about recent events at the Cenotaph. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.The damage is partly caused by those who don't pay attention, but turn out to vote once every 4 or 5 years, giving an ego boost to charlatans and crooks who pretend to have our interests at heart.



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