Remarkable, but true.
The Tories latest anguished attempt to find a way to halt their long-term collapse in support as their elderly fan base dies away is to tell parents to teach their children not to share things with other children:
The bizarre article on the influential grassroots Conservative Home website also advises parents not to take away what it refers to as a child’s “private property” (toys to you and me) – even as a punishment:
The author of these tinfoil hat suggestions – JP Floru – is a Tory councillor in posh Westminster. He also works for the Adam Smith Institute and writes for the Tory-front organisation the Taxpayers Alliance.
Oh, and he only likes to watch films that have rich people in them.
Floru – a Brexit supporting EU immigrant – also seems to believe the fact his bank account “has never been in the red” is not at all due to the fact he comes from a wealthy Belgian family but because his parents did not allow “micro-communism to creep into the household“:
Whatever next from the desperate Tories?
Teach their children all about the realities of modern Britain by showing them how to burn fifty pound notes in front of the homeless?