In mocking the five people who’ve tragically died in the Titanic submersible tragedy, Jeremy Corbyn supporting Commie Ash Sarkar simply shows herself to be a braindead berk suggests Matthew Steeples
I’m honoured to be blocked on Twitter by the left-wing windbag Owen Jones and I’d very much like to be blocked on Twitter by the right-wing windbag Darren Grimes. As “crafty” as he was in his supposed under the desk activity whilst at whatever ‘comp’ he attended (and continually bangs on about as part of his effort to “get with the masses”), the one Twittering troll I’d truly, genuinely, actually like to be blocked by is a Jeremy Corbyn apologist named Ash Sarkar.
Miss Sarkar – who only ever previously came to my attention because of her appearances on the sadly once great but now ever increasingly dull BBC Two political show Politics Live – yesterday decided to go full-on rent-a-gob and opted not to show sympathy to the five souls who subsequently were revealed to have tragically died in a submarine mission to visit the Titanic.
Instead of joining the decent majority of folk who simply shared sympathies with the families of the five deceased, columnist for Novara Media and The Guardian Sarkar tweeted her 415,117 followers to disgustingly announce:
“The Titanic submarine is a modern morality tale of what happens when you have too much money, and the grotesque inequality of sympathy, attention and aid for those without it. Migrants are ‘meant’ to die at sea; billionaires aren’t.”
Going further and piling yet more pugnacious poison on the bonfire that she’d quite unnecessarily started, this rabid ranter – whom also seems to like to repeatedly tell the world that it is “f*cked” – then added:
“There’s a few layers between ‘well-off’ (does the big shop at Ocado) and ‘billionaire’ (flies off to space with Jeff Bezos). The former I envy, the latter I think should be taxed out of existence.”
“We’re not talking about people forced into unseaworthy vessels out of desperation, we’re talking about obscenely wealthy individuals without an ounce of humility.”
Called out and slammed by every sensible sort left on the planet, this anti-anxiety drug taking deranged dunce – who has previously been known to go rabid when claiming to be on “Team Hate” when someone else claimed to “hate” the former Prime Minister Theresa May’s husband, Sir Philip May – must now be sent to social media Siberia. It is time, in fact, for moronic madams like Ash Sarkar simply to be silenced.
Responding to a much-deserved barrage of criticism on Twitter on Friday, the cretinous creep Sarkar didn’t shut-up. Instead, this insipid no-mark sniped: “This is a website where people come to share opinions. Sometimes, people don’t like those opinions. That’s all there is to it!” The unrequired exclamation mark, frankly, speaks volumes.
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