Freedom this, freedom that, individual rights, getting rid of Nanny State, letting people live their lives without government interference by bureaucrats, etc. He threw in: "Government can give nothing that it has not taken away first, and if government is big enough to give you everything you want, then it is also big enough to take it all away." He ended with two words: "Freedom Matters."Despite the fine words I counsel caution in Julian's excitement. Blockwood is of course the man that introduced the NCEA, and perhaps even more in danger of being delayed by a full-length mirror than Winston.
So what's getting Julian losing his hair? Your money, hopefully. He's offering to be 'de-scruffed', which should please Bob Jones, but de-scruffed at a price.