The most pretentious, inconsequential twaddle that you shall read all week is…


here.

David Davis

How can one get a job, for example, as a “trainee economic consultant” – and no, I did  __not__  make that up – as a “graduate”, straight out of “uni”? (It’s where I presume he came from?)

The idea of training to be a consultant is surely tautological.

I’m quite sure that I do not need to explain that remark.

A libertarian society may possibly have niches in which like-minded-people can dress up as consultants, and pretend to extract very very large, standard-form-quantities of money from passers-by, as “fees”, at fairgrounds and church fêtes and village-parades/carnivals and the like.

But I’m not sure there’d be very much room for these in the coal-face-sections of a civilisation.

Tony Blair is a very clever guy….


…and I expect this sort of thing would be allowed under a libertarian constitution. Except that he’d not have got all the know-how in the first place, since the machinery which you needed to instruct people on how to corrupt for your ends, (in return for shagloads of dosh) would not exist.

David Davis

So, I guess the bugger would be nowhere, and begging on the Streets of Liverpool, with his “wife” lashing him, if we were in charge.