The Truth about Goats
In what is being billed as the ultimate battle between light and darkness, British citizens will soon have to choose between having their conscience represented by a graffiti artist or a ‘p@ss artist’. On the contentious topic of refuges, people will need to decide which they favour – Banksy’s parody of ‘Les Miserable’ or the miserable parody that is Katie Hopkins?
Previous generations looked to politicians or spiritual leaders for guidance on the issues of the day, but now we feel more comfortable being advised by someone who specializes in stencils. Likewise, Katie Hopkins has now filled the moral void left by the death of your racist Grandmother.
Meanwhile migrants sheltering in Calais, who may have been hoping for Red Cross parcels, will have to make do with some satirical street art and a visit from a Geography teacher claiming to be the Leader of the Labour Party. Although many have complained that the sudden influx of pretentious Art under-graduates is by far the ‘worst part’ of their living conditions.
Both have been critical of the French government’s use of tear gas; Banksy for it being too harsh and Ms. Hopkins for the ‘lack of cyanide’. While some have questioned whether the nation’s conscience would be better left to a ‘talking grasshopper’ or ‘mumbling dung-beetle’ from Tory HQ.