Yesterday’s Complete The Sentence Competition encouraged readers to provide their own ending to the following well know phrase: If you’re gay, you’re ….
Have you got your answer ready?
If you’re stuck for an answer [and live in the United Kingdom] then you might like to read The Telegraph for a politically correct clue.
Hollywood actor and activist Sir Ian McKellen says it doesn’t make sense for LGBTQ people to vote Brexit because “if you are gay, you’re an internationalist.”
Our Daily Brexit:
‘Leaving the EU makes no sense if you’re gay,’ says actor Ian McKellen
RT.com – 10 June 2016
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Sir Ian McKellen: ‘Brexit makes no sense if you’re gay’
This politically correct clue conforms to the Alphabet Soup Vision for Europe where a rainbow alliance of minorities are [so we are told] “United in Diversity”.
The EU motto
“United in diversity“, the motto of the European Union, first came into use in 2000.
Of course, in these days of Orwellian Newspeak, it’s just as likely these propagandists are really promoting: “Divide and Dictate”.
Divide and rule (or divide and conquer, from Latin dīvide et īmpera) in politics and sociology is gaining and maintaining power by breaking up larger concentrations of power into pieces that individually have less power than the one implementing the strategy.
The concept refers to a strategy that breaks up existing power structures, and especially prevents smaller power groups from linking up, causing rivalries and fomenting discord among the people.
Newspeak is the fictional language in the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, written by George Orwell.
It is a controlled language created by the totalitarian state Oceania as a tool to limit freedom of thought, and concepts that pose a threat to the regime such as freedom, self-expression, individuality, and peace.
Any form of thought alternative to the party’s construct is classified as “thoughtcrime”.
Naturally, in these days of Orwellian Newspeak, the well funded European propagandists are targeting children.
On The Road To Victory
Inspired by the EU budget, a class of international students from Bratislava funds an adventure-packed school trip across Europe.
The European Union spends at least half a billion pounds on publicity and ‘communications’, a report revealed last night.
The ‘staggering’ figure is the total it spends on promoting both the EU itself and its ‘political priorities’, according to a Eurosceptic campaign group.
Business For Britain accused the EU of throwing away money on the propaganda.
In addition to the £536million directly set aside for PR purposes, an unspecified share of separate budgets totalling £3.1billion is also available for EU ‘self promotion’, the report claims.
EU blows £536MILLION on propaganda:
Cartoon strips ‘being used to indoctrinate our children’
Mail Online – Jack Doyle – 10 August 2015
However, the Panicked Propagandists are beginning to realise “you cannot fool all the people all the time”.
David Cameron’s team has adopted a “take out Boris strategy” by allowing Tory Cabinet minister to claim he only backed a Brexit in order to further his ambition to be Prime Minister and associating him with Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader.
EU referendum: ‘Panicked’ Remain camp plans to ‘take out Boris’ as opinion polls swing in Brexit campaign’s favour
The Telegraph – Peter Dominiczak – 11 June 2016
You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.
Brainy Quote: Abraham Lincoln
Therefore, in honour of the Panicked Propagandists, today’s Complete The Sentence Competition encourages readers to provide their own ending to the following phrase:
If you’re a propagandists, you’re a …