On the way back from the market yesterday, I paused for a coffee at our local café, to sit in the sun and watch the world go by. Voting in the elections for the European Parliament will take place tomorrow. I noticed that, as usual in the run up to elections, there are panels around the trees in the church square for advertisements for the different political parties standing. They are not only in the church square, but also in the market place, car parks, and any other suitable free space.
What caught my eye was the furthest panel on the left.
A very tiny notice, alongside one of the usual professionally produced advertisements.
A protest, it would seem, though I'm not entirely sure why.
You are scared stiff of the world
Stubborn in your tower, you want some pennies
As for Europe, you don't give a damn...
In fact I'd go so far as to say, I've no idea at all what this advertisement is trying to say. It seems to be protesting at the apathy of voters, but as it's so very small, will anyone notice?
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