It’s been a bad morning for right-wing think-tank wonk Andrew Lilico, who has launched two bizarre rants: 1) we need to talk about how attractive women’s breasts are, and 2) we need to talk about how the slave trade had nothing to do with capitalism.

The Guardian reported today that a book which advised young boys that women’s breasts develop “to make the girl look grown up and attractive” had been pulped by the publisher.

However Andrew Lilico –a fellow of the Institute of Economic Affairs, and Chairman of the IEA/Sunday Times Monetary Policy Committee– was flabbergasted over the Guardian article:

Lilico also decided it would be a good idea to argue that the transatlantic slave trade had nothing to do with capitalism:

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  1. Stephen Taylor says:

    Institute for Economic Affairs,mmm, their nutjobs are on BBC “serious” TV & radio shows more than UKiP.
    Have a look at their founders, their funding and their staff, true impartiality from the good old Beeb.

  2. Could some kind educator tell this man that the primary function of breasts is for the feeding of babies. If certain societies want to fetishise breasts then that is their misfortune.
    It seems to happen in very artificial societies and often money making is the prime objective. Think ‘cinema’ and you will see my point

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