After being called out for bullying colleagues and showing a lack of professionalism, it is time for rent-a-gob Owen Jones to finally just pack it in; even tennis legend Martina Navratilova has weighed in to brand this maggot not a man “truly despicable”
Once described by the motormouth that is the wallaby killer Russell Brand as “our generation’s [George] Orwell” but more appropriately today slammed by tennis legend Martina Navratilova as “truly despicable,” Owen Jones has been deservedly exposed in Private Eye after being brought to book by his employers, The Guardian, for allegedly bullying his colleagues, “lacking professionalism” and stoking up “internal disputes.”
Whining windbag and all-round wazzock Jones – whose tediously titled (not so) “notable works” according to Wikipedia number Chavs and The Establishment: And how they get away with it – has long been known as chippy and obsessed with cancelling anything he doesn’t like.
Now exposed also as “the Witchfinder General of a campaign to discredit women” and someone who “tars [them] as bullies and bigots because [they] are vocal advocates for women’s rights,” here is a maggot not a man whose toxicity has deservedly been yet again highlighted.
Described by fellow columnist Suzanne Moore as “boring” and “no victim” by Olympian Sharon Davies MBE on Twitter this morning, this pompous self-declared “geriatric millennial’s” desire for constant attention has finally come back and bitten him in his never sorry arse.
Previously, obnoxious opportunist Jones has ludicrously claimed “millennials” are “better to be seen as victim rather than the aggressor” when it comes to “brutal battleground of the culture war” and claimed it is a “fact” that Winston Churchill “oversaw the deaths of three million people.”
Going further, the way in which this prized berk has sucked up to the late virtual dictator Hugo Chávez, the lefty loon Jeremy Corbyn MP and she-of-two-left-shoes that is Diane Abbott MP about says it all; now is the time that Owen Jones simply did one thing and that is to learn the art of silence.