Neil returns to action in his latest monologue and begins by exploring the falsehood that the state is 'essentially benevolent and well-meaning', a concept that he adhered to himself for most of his life. "I was as gullible as the next chump" he says, in words that could easily be attributed to us here at BTLP two years ago. There follows some of his finest analogies, too many to list here.
Speaking about the net zero agenda, Neil says it's time people 'treated themselves' to the 'understanding that the powers that be fully intend that we should have less heat and less fuel'. "If the way of life they preach at us was worth living wouldn't they be living it already?" he asks, pointing out that celebs and politicians promoting net zero are happy to jet-set around the world in their private jets and live the highest quality of life possible.
"The stink of corruption is everywhere... open your eyes and see".
Click below for Mr Oliver's full ten minute and 44 second demolition of the globalist agenda...