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Remembrance Sunday is now a "crazy religious ritual" dominated by "poppy fascism" says David Starkey

MStarkey said it was "downright crazy" that politicians such as former Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, prostrated themselves to Miss Thunberg when she had warned against threats to the environment.

He said: "The Middle Ages is filled with holy children and intelligent adults like Michael Gove, who bow down to them … God speaks by the mouths of babies and moms … and it's frankly crazy. "

Adults were "fools to take it seriously." But you see, it goes hand in hand with sentimentality, it goes with Diana-fication, it's okay with putting little teddy bears on the war memorials. Once, you see, it's also medieval: offer gifts to the shrine. "

Mr Starkey said he was despairing of modern politicians and that he emphasized "the generally poor quality of people coming to Parliament." This means that our executive, the Cabinet, is typically dramatically weak in administrative and intellectual skills – look [frankly] at both front benches.

"The Labor Front is indescribable.I mean, the idea of ​​Jo Swinson [Leader of the Liberal Democratic Party] Prime Minister in Heaven's interest, you could imagine to run a rather underhand primary school. "

Mr Starkey attacked the deputies supporting Rest for obstructing the government's work in the last legislature, claiming that they "were standing on a party manifesto and that they were not elected in as individuals ".

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