The third birthday of the old Internet railway that used to run every day across the entire World Wide Web before it had its services reduced to ‘weekends only’ by the same miserable, tight-wad’ british government that inspired it to be built in the first place.
Pictured above is the Coalition’s ‘Pleb’ bus service which has replaced the Dreamland Junction railway on weekdays.
In the photo, we see Michael Gove and Theresa May welcoming yet another batch of children into Britain but not before they ensure everyone has a valid visa, does not want money or a house and are happy to be educated via the ‘Wilshaw Baccalaureate’ in a Government-funded Academy before their feet leave the bus.
Note in the background of the photo, ‘The Titanic’ is waiting to leave port. Obviously pictorially describing what awaits us all over the next two years until we get a chance to throw this lot ‘over the side’ and pipe ‘Captain Farage’ aboard.
Three years ago… some public sector workers still had their job, some people still had disability benefits, the armed forces had higher numbers, Harrier jump jets were still flying high, the Royal Navy still had aircraft carriers that could actually carry our own planes, the RAF actually flew real planes instead of remote-controlled toy ones, head teachers weren’t hanging themselves rather than face Tory OFSTED inspectors and The Big Society was still being mentioned really positively in news dispatches by David Cameron.
Now? All gone! ALL GONE!
Happy Birthday, Dreamland Junction!