According to a piece in the Telegraph today, Kin Jong-Un got annoyed today at his workforce. Apparently they have no revolutionary spirit.
Our students, media and political establishment are made of sterner stuff – they are wholeheartedly committed to a socialist revolution.
They would like to create a modern British Venezuela, with the hope that one day the corrupt and messy capitalists can be endlessly corrected by bureaucrats like Jeremy Corbyn, who will benevolently arrive in their limos, mansplain how to do their jobs better and then waft away.
But if we apply that to ourselves today, does it stack up well?
Does even your direct line manager know how to do your job better than you?
What about HIS line manager?
And the directors?
What about their boss – the customer? Does the customer know how to do your job better than you do?
If tomorrow morning you were told to prepare for a meeting with a random member of the public, who was coming to tell you how to do your job, would you think “thank goodness – a bit of expert help”?
So why do young socialists think that an supercilious elderly bureaucrat will do a better job than they can?
Are there lots of young people working long hours thinking “If only an elderly bureaucrat was here to closely supervise my goals and activities, I’d be happy”?
It seems that there are.
Maybe someone should ask Owen Jones if he’d like Seumas Milne telling him what to write, and then correcting his copy? Under penalty of execution with field artillery.
These people are crazy – they demand freedom from freedom, while demanding enslavement.
They have become retarded children, violently rejecting the freedom to go to sleep when they like, as they loudly demand a state-mandated bedtime for all.