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Stupid people run towards

Jacob the SuperBright

Ignore his beaver, polished swords,

His tunic oh so tight


Stupid people bless His Nibs

His soft patrician drawl

Ignore his grandly-spoken fibs

His antiquated gall


Stupid people touch his hem

And worship at his shrine

They marvel at his every gem

His elongated spine


Jacob likes to turn his tongue

To every slight endeavour

But what emerges smells of dung

Perhaps he’s not so clever


Clever people run a mile

From Jacob’s each offence

They scent the bile beneath the style

It’s only common sense


Click here for a Guardian article







Jacob Rees-Mogg to Nick Ferrari of LBS Radio on the subject of the Grenfell fire: “If either of us were in a fire, whatever the fire brigade said, we would leave the burning building. It just seems the common sense thing to do.” Those who died obeyed the strict fire instructions to remain in their flats. Mogg was allegedly ‘sidelined’ for the duration of the election.

[The Weekly Poem will return for the duration of the election. After that, we'll see if there is anything worth attacking...]

7 November 2019


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