What's happened to my country, for crying out loud?
Thousands of people are dying in Syria, Iraq is burning, terrorists are attacking cities all around the world, the economy has had it, Russia has annexed part of the Ukraine, illegal immigrants are freely walking in to Europe, floods are destroying bridges and homes, crime is rife and pollution is getting worse.
Yet despite all that and more, the best that parliament can do is to debate whether or not Donald Trump should be banned from entering Britain, for suggesting a temporary ban on Muslims entering America.
Is that really the best we can do?
We must be a laughing stock the world over.
No doubt the liberals that signed the 'petition' to ban him are the very same equality brigade (see blog, Tyson Fury, fury 10/12/15) that preach about tolerance and 'diversity', only to then want to discriminate against someone by banning them, simply because they don't agree with their views.
And again, this holier than thou, liberal P.C. Gestapo demonstrate their self-appointed and imagined divine right, to claim that Donald Trump is 'wrong' and that he 'can't' say what he said.
Well, I've got news for all you liberal zealots.
He can say it and what's more, he did.
And he can't be 'wrong', because that's his opinion and as we know, by definition, an opinion cannot be wrong.
Now I know it's a difficult concept for these people to grasp, but the Americans are pretty keen on free speech; like Britain used to be before the liberal elite took over.
They don't care what a few liberals on Twitter think and frankly, neither does the rest of this country or indeed the world, for that matter.
Donald Trumps' hair gets more interest.
Now we know that the liberal P.C. brigade fall over themselves to deny that it's nothing to do with Islam (see blog, And here is that next bandwagon 29/10/15, Keep taking the tablets 11/1/16).
However, in the in the context of Muslims carrying out terrorist attacks, Donald Trump said that maybe they should be banned from entering America, until they work out what's going on and who's doing what.
Some people would say that's eminently sensible; after all, if people can't get in to a country, they can't commit a crime there (see blog, Borderless Europe 14/11/15).
But sensible or not, one thing's for sure.
It's not 'racist' to suggest it.