"Daily Mail - The Positive Newspaper". Really? I genuinely hadn't noticed
The health and safety brigade. The PC (political correctness) brigade. The climate change brigade. The fire brigade. Question: Which of these "brigades" actually exist and are organised, and which of them are just lazy terms used by gutter quality newspapers to sideline issues, comments and opinions by people that don't agree with the papers editorial stance on any issue (and i mean ANY issue)?
(Hopefully i don't need to give the answer as it should be straight forward)
The Daily Mail, the supposed hater of dumbing-down of standards, uses these terms so that they don't have to bother explaining why often well researched or experienced events are, in their eyes, false. This all helps to reaffirm its readers/followers never-changing opinions on things and their feelings of being victims. All of this is based on some of the most questionnable set of morals since Hitler decided to share his (whats that Daily Mail"Hurrah for the blackshirts"?! Quite)
Who are those readers/followers that need factless, low-moral and ignorant opinions reaffirmed to them? Lets just call them the "Daily Mail brigade", terminology they should be able to understand.