A multi-millionaire with no moral compass or sense of irony has given social media companies a damn good talking to about their social responsibilities.
Destroyer-of-worlds, Health and Social Care Secretary Jeremy Hunt, chose not to fund children’s mental health services properly, freeing him up to look elsewhere to explain the mismatch between demand and supply.
“Once I stopped asking the Chancellor for money, or bothering to fill in forms about my property portfolio, time hung heavy on my hands.” said Hunt “So I looked round for people with even more money than me, to have a go at. It didn’t take long to come up with social media. Have you seen how much money they’ve got? And they just don’t care about people who depend on them for protection. Disgraceful.”
“Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!” yelled a spittle flecked Hunt over his shoulder, as aides ushered him from the office, looking for a suitably qualified health professional. Alas there was none to be found.
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