Thursday 2 June 2016

The Federasts really hate Brexit: For A New Country

Brexit: For A New Country is proving a rather nice success, with downloads coming into the category of slow but steady. Given that the free period has now ended, it comes as a pleasant surprise to see that an agreeable trickle of people are still downloading copies, mainly through their membership of Amazon Unlimited which allows people to download books for free.

The really great thing about this pamphlet, though, are the hate-reviews that it gets. I have always taken the view that if the people that I despise do not respond to my prose with mindless abuse then all my work has been in vain.

I suspect that "Mary" is a satirist, so probably doesn't really count. Certainly the photo that she uses  on her Amazon page cannot really be of her, because if it was then that really would be too good to be true. However, what tends to give the game away is the end line which reads: "This booklet is extremely rude to a lot of decent, hardworking people and I'm surprised Amazon was willing to sell it." Come on, good satire should leave the reader wondering if it is kosher or not, and that line is just a caricature of suburban scrotery. Monty Python used to mock types like that, but a satirist cannot pretend to be a Monty Python creation and still hope to leave people wondering if she is real.

That said, the other two are genuine, card-carrying members of the polyocacy with a resentment towards my humble prose that shines right through. Muito Beijos is a Federast who devotes himself to attacking Brexit publications, and Amazon Customer is just a tosser. I can sort of imagine them banging our their reviews with spittle flecking their lips as they hammered away at the keyboard. My thanks go to both of them for all their hard wank.

For the rest of you out there, the normal people of Britain who have really had enough of people like that telling you what to do and how to think, then why not read Brexit: For A New Country for yourselves?

It was written for you, in the hope that it will inspire you on the 23 June 2016 to go along to the polling station and vote Leave. It ends with these three paragraphs, which I reproduce here to end this post:
So it will fall to you to free your country. Brush aside the cowards and the crawlers: all they want to do is give the country more of the same, and more of the same for you means that your children will live in the same shit as you. It's time to end it now.

The road ahead will be long, and there is no guarantee that we will emerge as the victors from the political chaos that will occur as soon as we vote Leave. What we can be sure about is that there will be political chaos, and out of that chaos there will be the opportunity for people like us to make major changes in the way in which our country is run and our society operates.

If any nasty piece of work asks you why you voted Leave on the 23 June 2016, tell them you did it to create that chaos, that opportunity, and as an act of revenge against them for the misery they have caused you.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Views Themes -->