David Cameron rightly spoke up urging the Egyptian government to act on international calls for an orderly transition to democracy. Hopefully, the Egyptians will return the compliment and speak up for our right to be governed as we wish. Do the Egyptian people realise that we, in the UK, are also victims of oppression?
The people of the UK are sick to death of being dictated to by Brussels over every little thing. This was not the wish of the British people, who were denied the referendum they were promised. We are also sick of the preaching of the political party who came third in our general election. The Lib Dems hardly got any seats and their ideas were firmly rejected by the electorate., but those ideas are now being forced down our throats. Their leader ponces about as though he were the Prime Minister, which is anathema to us. The fair thing to do would be to reassure us that this is not a permanent state of affairs and it would also be fairer to limit the extent to which the crackpot ideas of the Lib Dems colour Tory policy.
The Phrygian cap is a soft conical cap with the top pulled forward, associated in antiquity with the inhabitants of Phrygia, a region of central Anatolia. In the western provinces of the Roman Empire it came to signify freedom and the pursuit of liberty, perhaps through a confusion with the pileus, the manumitted slave’s felt cap of ancient Rome. Accordingly, the Phrygian cap is sometimes called a liberty cap; in artistic representations it signifies freedom and the pursuit of liberty.