Monday, 19 July 2010

Getting to heart of what Bogg Society really means

Bogg Society this, Bogg Society that. It's everywhere and I still don't know what it really means despite inventing the whole rhetorical branding bollocks in the first place as a throwaway method of placing umbrellas at the centre of community empowerment. But it seems obvious that Cameron et al believe that if they mention it and appear to value it enough, eventually the public will as well, and then the government won't need to any more so can make cutbacks in doing so. Seems to sum it up rather neatly from where I pontificate.


  1. Cameron even described it as "liberation."
    To quote Bill Hicks, "I'm so glad we are free."

  2. Bill Hicks is a shrewd observer. But did he own an umbrella?