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Monday, January 02, 2006

Who runs Britain ?

This is a real gem and I'm literally in tears of laughter and joy.
At last. Finally people are starting to get it.

BBC Radio 4 have been running a poll called 'Who runs Britain ?', a top list of the most powerful people in the country. And well well well "European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has been voted Britain's most powerful man"

"Mr Barroso, who is unelected, received 22% of the vote in the BBC Radio 4 shortlist which included Rupert Murdoch and internet search engine Google. Prime Minister Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Parliament were deemed less influential but still made the top 10

BBC political editor Nick Robinson says voters may be using the poll to say Europe has too much power."

You damn f*cking right. The only bits I disagree with in this poll are 3. Parliament and 4. The British people. It's nice that they are there and that could be interpreted as good sign of hope and intention, although Parliament has been largely tossed out of the window by Blair and the people ignored. I really wish Shami Chakrabarti was in the top 10 of most influential people, it certainly doesn't seem like that.

Murdoch, the head of Tesco, and the top civil servant are certainly along the right lines. What would have made it even more hilarious and perfect would be to have the Bilderberg group, the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Royal Institute of International Affairs in the list.

Google is probably a very good sign in this context.

Well done Britain, the most truthfully inclined healthy poll I've ever seen.

"Commenting on the Who Runs Britain? poll, Roger Knapman, leader of the UK Independence Party, congratulated those who voted for Mr Barroso.

"Of course it is the only chance you'll get to vote for him or for that matter against him," he said.

"He is now a bureaucrat perceived as the most important man in this country and that is quite shocking."

But former Europe Minister Dennis McShane said it was "an urban myth" to suggest that Britain's laws were decided by Europe. "

Nice try McShane. ROTFLMFAO. Again well done Britain!!!


Blogger alechodgson said...

I was also interested by this. Trouble is, it seems it was all a con

IT WAS scarcely news to any who listened that the Today programme woz done up like a kipper. But then, nobody could say they hadn’t richly deserved it. For weeks on dreary end its poor presenters had to flag up their “listeners’ poll”, designed to discover the most powerful person in Britain, as if the exercise carried investigative merit. Last Monday, with drum-rolling razzmatazz, they announced the winner (?) to be José Manuel Barroso; on Thursday it was revealed to have been rigged.
Well, of course it was. The moment we heard it we knew that there aren’t enough people to reach that conclusion who would recognise Barroso if he fell on them. It turned out that our chums at Ukip, with fellow Eurosceptics, had “encouraged” supporters to vote, in order that the rest of us would be shocked into Brussels phobia.

2:30 PM  
Blogger alechodgson said...

There appears to be lots of junk replacing the accents et in the last post. This doesn't show up in the comments page. Interesting.

Nice weblog though. Doesn't the 'blockquote' tag work?

2:32 PM  
Blogger J.UL1R4 said...

Interesting, thanks for posting.

Well honestly I don't even see a huge problem with that and from what the Times have said I can't see how UKIP could 'rig' the entire vote, so as to presumbably override the Today production team. People in lobby groups and political groups can vote after all I don't see a problem directly with that.

I suspect the Times page is moaning more about the Today programme, which by the sounds of it has not been content to be trapped in the choking box that the rest of BBC content is trapped in.

I'm not sure about the blockquote thing, I can't see any junk characters myself. I know what you mean by that though.

Cheers again for posting.

5:28 PM  

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