When conservative journalist Peter Oborne wrote an explanatory article on why he left the Daily Telegraph he included a passage that I thought rather poignant.
My grandfather, Lt Col Tom Oborne DSO, had been a Telegraph reader. He was also a churchwarden and played a role in the Petersfield Conservative Association. He had a special rack at the breakfast table and would read the paper carefully over his bacon and eggs, devoting special attention to the leaders. I often thought about my grandfather when I wrote Telegraph columns.
One can only imagine what Lt Col Oborne would have made of the changes forced upon the Telegraph since Jewish media boss Jason Seiken took over. The descent seems to be limitless, a once proud and decent publication of traditional conservative, Christian values now has openly Anti White Cultural Marxists writing for it. Yesterday must have been the latest of many new lows as the paper introduced conservative Middle England to Judith Wanga, who describes herself as a Black Nationalist who likes to ''lecture uppity white people''.
In the interests of investigative journalism I decided to see who this new face of the British intelligentsia was, by checking out her Twitter feed, where she calls herself ''Congolesa Rice''.
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According to the Telegraph '' The first issue of The Daily Telegraph in 1855 declared ''We shall be guided by a high tone of independent action''.
Those days, like the days of Lt Col Oborne, now seem to be over.