The Royal Family is the Single Most Important Thing In the World – BBC.

Staggering really, staggering on a number of levels. Here we are, the world as we know it, buckling under the weight of 7billion hungry mouths, all of them scrabbling around for what remains of the world’s currency, which is not much given that so much of it is being pushed around in Greek wheelbarrows, the eastern world is sinking under successive waves of floodwater, while the middle eastern nations are taking it in turns to cut the heads off of successive world leaders, and the top story, the very top story according to the BBC, is the rules regarding succession to the Royal throne, are being tweaked. So important a story this is, that David Cameron, a man who one might expect to be focused on tackling his own parties internal squabbling, or the fact that the leaders of the European nations seem to be attempting to forewarn the world that the good ol’ days of the Napoleonic Wars are about to come back (presumably led by a host of nations looking to recoup their financial losses by simply invading Greece to take it all back), is flapping around in Australia, kissing the royal arse as if this is the most pressing matter on the world stage today.

It’s hard to gauge which is more disgusting, the fact that the leader of British politics is wasting what seems an incredible amount of time and resources during a crippling period of economic austerity, to reword some mind bendingly irrelevant pages of documentation regarding who gets to stand where when the inbreds line up to sit in a chair and wear a shiny piece of metal the moment the previous inbred drops dead from a well covered up case of hereditary syphilis, or whether it is more outrageous that the BBC should commit so much air time and debate (at time of writing, ‘Girls equal in throne succession – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15492607, is the top story on the BBC website) to a story that surely can have no more relevance to British or World society today than whether or not I put socks on today.

Seriously the BBC, the fact that I chose to put on a pair of black socks as opposed to the blue with green trim socks that I briefly pondered upon this morning, is as, if not more, socially relevant to Britain and worthy of ‘top story’ billing, than the rights of some royal tart to follow in the footsteps of some royal twat. Cameron, the BBC, get a hold of yourselves. The World is on the cusp of falling over itself and crushing us all when it lands, and you think that this is what we all want to hear about?

To summarise, The BBC = Idiots, David Cameron = Idiot, the Royal Family = Socially irrelevant idiots.

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  1. If they are going to change the rules of succession, couldn’t they perhaps do it so that anyone can succeed. Me even.

    Good to see that they have brought the monarchy kicking and screaming into the 16 century at last!

  2. Indeed, for all the news coverage I was half expecting such an opening up of the process. The news story seems to boil down to the fact that members of the royal family are in line to the throne, some slightly more in line than they were yesterday – and that is it!

    • Mark
    • October 28th, 2011

    What a sad, ignorant person you are.

    The irony of your last paragraph is that this ‘piece’ shows the real idiot is clearly you.

    • Aah, we do like constructive criticism on these pages, and this is a particularly intellectual contribution from Mark. One wonders though Mark if you would like to expand on your views, do you agree with the BBC that this in indeed the most important story of the day, that given the circumstances you think Cameron should be swanning off with our ‘major trade partner’ Australia? Be fascinated to see a case supporting this – or are you just a royal lovey with no argument to put? Your thoughts are welcome.

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