If Only Politicians Had Brains

If Only Politicians Had Brains

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What can you do when the decisions of those in ‘power’ purporting to serve you, and the greater good, fail miserably. They are unaccountable for their irresponsibility and the facts need to be made public. And here they are – the facts. When you conclude your reading of this catalogue of blunders to make one wonder, the author hopes that you will detect little malice or hot headed rhetoric. FACTS ARE JUST THAT – FACTS.

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What can you do when the decisions of those in ‘power’ purporting to serve you, and the greater good, fail miserably. They are unaccountable for their irresponsibility and the facts need to be made public. And here they are – the facts. When you conclude your reading of this catalogue of blunders to make one wonder, the author hopes that you will detect little malice or hot headed rhetoric. FACTS ARE JUST THAT – FACTS.

 

If Only Politicians Had Brains is your reassurance that your observations are not only accurate but valid. Your frustrations are not just yours but belong to a wider community. Indeed you, potential reader, are in close communion in your thinking with the vast majority of right thinking individuals.

 

This book is being relaunched unabridged and unaltered, in hardback form for longevity, in order that you, the reader can take the examples of the turn of the century, when the Millennium Bug was going to bring the known world to an untimely end and BSE was the eraser of mankind, and establish Fact or Myth. We might do the same for Climate Change over the next decade or so.

 

Hindsight has a habit of discerning the difference between good and bad judgement and humanity’s inability to be guided by it. Enjoy a mildly frivolous but enduring factual visit to a catalogue of ineptitude.

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Hardbound 9.5 x 6.25“, 23.5 x 15.5 cm. 194 pages. First published in 1999.

1 review for If Only Politicians Had Brains

  1. Terrence

    “I enjoyed reading the book very much. It gives an interesting and personal view by the author of the handling of various situations by the Government of the time, who are often too quick off the mark to deal with things on a knee jerk reaction. Possibly to stop the baying by Press and Media for someone’s head to fall. The author’s explanation that there were other options for handling the situations and with better outcomes certainly gives one food for thought”. Lesley Cole

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