The nature of humbug

Moral exhibitionists of the Financial Times

Dalrymple writes:

The curious thing about the public moral outrage is that you would think it occurred in a land of sexual delicacy verging on prudery.

This is not the country that Dalrymple and the vast majority of sensible people recognise.

A tendentious non-story, to put it most kindly

Readers of the Financial Times supplement How To Spend It gather outside the Dorchester

Cheap hypocritical ersatz opportunistic self-important sanctimonious attention-seeking politically-motivated ballocks

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