Weve spent enough time discussing the hypocrisy of the main politicians Emily Thornberry, proud owner of an ex-housing association property in North London campaigning against the Conservative manifesto pledge to allow the sale of, er, ex-housing association properties; Miliband wooing the Jewish voters by, er, backing the recognition of Palestinian statehood, to say nothing of mangling a bacon sarnie; Cameron promising a referendum of the EU in 2017 after negotiations that the EU say cant be held before 2019
I thought some light relief was the order of the day and the Green party seemed a likely provider of hypocrisy with a side order of cant.
No sooner said than done and over to Bristol. I was halfway through a turgid article on the Green Partys Bristol Candidate Darren Hall Big Green Week co-curator, organiser of the Biggest Bike Ride (naturally) featuring Professor Windy (its the Soya beans ) who starts each day with The Morning Muse (Should I have had the Soya Beans and the lentils?) (Is Movicol suitable for vegans?) enough already, when I fell in love with their main funder.
Dame Vivienne Westwood a master class in Hypocrisy.