I’ve rewritten your speech, Mr. Banks.

And again, here’s my rewrite of Arron Banks’ open speech to Paul Nuttall on 27th February.

Why rewrite this one? Well, this an open letter. It works in much the same way as an important speech. It’s a broadcast, and you hope you’re talking to everyone, but you don’t have a clue who your audience will *actually* be … which is all the more reason for a little more rhetoric in your reasoning. So:

If you’re talking to a person, or people, about people, it’s a good idea to keep the focus on – people.

If you’re keeping track of these new speeches as I’m doing them, then you’ll know my politic is my affair, but your speeches are my business. Decide for yourselves what has the greatest impact – a focus on tech, and “trouble ‘t mill” for the opposition, or a promise to work for the people (which is what politics is supposed to be about, isn’t it?). And yes, there’s a handy second link to the PDF here, as usual.


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