Another Festive Musical Attack on the Tories from PoliticsJoe

I’ve been putting up some of the vids from Kunt and the Gang for their obscene song about our incompetent, greedy, and murderous prime minister. However, they haven’t only made one or two. They’ve made thirteen, which is far too many to put up. And I think we’ve got the message by now. But here’s another musical spoof of them I found on YouTube from JOE: Now That’s What I Call A Tory Christmas. It’s a parody of the long-running series of music albums, Now That’s What I Call Music. The spoof songs include a version of Wham’s ‘Last Christmas’, about them telling people to keep apart while they themselves partied, Michael Gove singing a version of ‘White Christmas’ with a suspicious sniff; the horsey woman sings about how cronyism got her the contract for PPE and Rishi Sunak and friends singing about how they’ve spaffed everyone’s money up the wall. Other songs satirise Dominic Cummings for his drive to Barnard Castle and the Tory party cutting aid to Africa. And there’s a final song from a football commentator, manager or somebody advising us all not to vote for these bellends. Which is excellent advice. All with a carefully cut and edited voiceover from the minister for the 18th century, which makes him seem even more of a ridiculous anachronism than he already is. So enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Another Festive Musical Attack on the Tories from PoliticsJoe”

  1. Brian Burden Says:

    Alas, as Blake says (to my best recollection):
    “Mock on, mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau… You kick the dust into the wind/ And the rude wind blows it back again!” Blake would have been broadly on the side of V and R, but, on occasion, he was also a realist.

    • beastrabban Says:

      Yes, Ian Hislop has commented that satire doesn’t really seem to change anything. When Private Eye started out, we had an old Etonian – Harold Macmillan – as prime minister. And now after all these decades we have another, Boris Johnson.

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