'Can we please get this f**king culture war going?' ask Tories

THE Conservatives have admitted to being ‘bloody frustrated’ that the UK is still more interested in pandemics and vaccines than their new ‘war on woke’. 

Like a group of bull-necked men milling around a town centre statue looking for a fight, Tory MPs and their friends in the media are irked that their opponents have not even bothered to turn up. 

Iain Duncan Smith said: “We’ve announced we’re building a new Museum of Benevolent Empire, paying tribute to Cecil Rhodes, Captain Cook, Major General Lachlan Macquarie and the baddie from Braveheart, and what’s the reaction? F**king crickets. 

“There’s no point shouting about how much stronger and happier Britain was when homosexuality was illegal – homosexuals included – when nobody’s listening. Frankly you just look a dick. 

“These kids want to get off their TikToks and pay attention to a load of old white men spouting nonsense about historical figures they’ve never heard of. 

“How else are we supposed to distract from how f**king terrible we are at running Britain? Hey kids, Florence Nightingale kicked Mary Seacole’s arse. What do you think about that? 

“Wait, that teenager walking past is making the wanker sign at us. Thank God! It’s on! The culture war has begun!”

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