So Will Anyone Now Be Allowed To Address Both Houses Of Parliament?

Looking at the address to both Houses of British parliament delivered by Aung San Suu Kyi. And concluding that now anyone can ask to do that.

Adam Lovejoy takes a look at the speeches of today. He looks at reviews of academic antithesis that address the simplicity of messages delivered in speeches and how this type of communication impresses celebrities and the general dumbed down public.

The observations of the British have opened up a political debate from left to right and in between. The points made a purely satirical and probe into the simplicity of conversations and political relationships from far and wide.

Adam Lovejoy makes a few interesting points about the academic side and how they are left with not much content to explore in such examples. It might not sound positive of funny but it is. This should make you laugh or think. Go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally and see what you think. Leave any comments or anything else over on STI Ltd.


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