The politicians and the experts, as well as the critics alike, are crying over the spilt milk-shake incident which occurred in the Newcastle this Monday. Since the famous politician, Nigel Farage got coved with a milkshake of caramel and sticky banana. The air thickened with the voice of condemnation all around the state of the United Kingdom. A right leader soon tweeted after the horrid incident saying sharing his concerns over the difficulties faced during the normal campaigning. Tony Blair called the incident out by saying it was unacceptable, ridiculous and horrible. On the line of the professional news, the front had taken the outrage to their sofas and studios, debating their discomfort and outrage and whatever they could do enough to show their discontent in the allotted timeframe of the media hour.
The far reached outcry
Although Britain had been facing more this in the form of gruesome and insensitive political remarks, the media and the extreme rightist tend to turn a blind eye from these certain incidences. Listing a few like when Tommy Robinson, accused every member of Islam community of getting away from the bombings of 7/7 or when Carl Benjamin shamelessly made a mockery of the British Member of Parliament Jess Philip on getting raped.
Experts believe if the state of Britain had to come up with an idea of a spring of sticky banana and caramel milkshake, then it might be better with the targets. And also some of the esteemed columnists of Britains one of the most famous newspaper is not upset about the compatibility of Farage but on the ‘disturbing’ fact that the milkshake costs over five pounds. Such infeasible and revolutionary uprisings have not been new to Great Britain. Back in the time of 1970s when the general elections were contested the then Prime Minister Harold Wilson had to face a similar objection from the people. He then took a raw egg on his suit and soon he quipped.
However, it is a believer that if Torris is elected a few months from now no single person would be able to afford this egg. The act of milkshake was pulled off by a twentysomething Asian young man who as the sources recorded accidentally slipped the milkshake on to the fine garment of Farage. The act was not as important or gruesome to be discussed upon so much neither are the opinions of the extremists.
The Self-Appointed Vocalists
Needless to say that most of the critical thinkers believe that the outcry for this incident is sheer nonsensicle as compared to the other serious political violence. These acts of violence have been taking Britain’s Politics through a slippery slope and not the milky protesters. As a contrast, this incidence must not be viewed from the perspective of political dishonour but the perspective of a political theatre. At the most, it might have mocked the presence and pompous of Farage for a while but it is something tiny and wee.
However wrong and stressful the situation may have been the Brexit polls would ultimately bring down all the current heated debate to a standstill and hopefully to all the unnecessary hocus-pocus surrounding it.