THE IMAGE GAME

 

All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players.
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts
His acts being seven ages

Wm Shakespeare.

shakespeareThe tripartite Cartel of Labour, Liberal Democrats and the Conservative Party, Have each hired foreign advisers to stage manage their performances in the coming Media Circus which they laughingly call debates. Reflecting their mutual love affair with America’s very own Othello, Barak Obama, David Cameron and Ed Milliband have each chosen one of Othello’s faithful ensigns to advise them on what parts they should play, and on what make up they should wear. Then there’s Nick Clegg, who has opted for an Aussie leftist adviser. All tree of them confirming what the audience already knows about the Pantomime, that none of them, not even the Tories will enter or exit ‘stage right’, that they truly are “All the same”.

“Last scene of all,
that ends this strange eventful history,
Is second childishness and mere oblivion,
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything“.

And when the audience boo’s the poor performance of the six who played only the same single pathetic part, the six will use the age old Roman bad actors excuse “Damnant quod non intelligent“, (They condemn what they do not understand), or in modern elitist parlance, ” The damned plebs are too thick to understand, we should have explained it better to them.

The one man who plays his parts in full, and who alone enters and exits stage “Right”, is of course Nigel Farage. Go for it Nigel. The best actor in a leading role is yours for the taking.