There are few growth industries in these troubled times but it would appear being an anarchist is one of them. The people who wrecked central London earlier this year were not spoiled middle class students like the revolting Charlie Gilmour who were miffed that we would not now pay for their higher education so they could enter politics for free. They were anarchists. The fruit loops camping out at Dale Farm looking forward to a rumble with the fuzz when the illegal huts of the 'travellers' are torn down are anarchists. In fact the rent-a-mob that will attach itself to any cause or demo - step forward the anarchists. The latest Muppet to jump on the band wagon is Jonnie Marbles, aka Jonathan May-Bowles (a proper anarchist name if ever I heard one) who pied Rupert Murdoch and got 2 weeks in nick for it. At the time he billed himself as a 'comedian' although no journalist could unearth anyone who had ever paid to see him perform. He was on Jeremy Vine on BBC Radio 2 today basking in his new found fame and spouting utter crap ("I cried when I was sentenced not for me, but because I would miss summer with my 9 year old son Josh". The May-Bowles clan has got the hang of anarchist names big style, eh). May-Bowles now bills himself as... you guessed it... 'A comedian and an anarchist'. Wiki says an anarchist is... "the term describes the political philosophy which considers the state undesirable, unnecessary, and harmful, and instead promotes a stateless society, or anarchy" So what is the lovely Jonathan May-Bowles doing spouting on that organ of the state, the BBC? I assume Jonathan May-Bowles and his black clad demonstrating chums have money in their pocket, possibly carry credit cards? How come when money is perhaps the ultimate tool of the state they claim to hate? Has anyone ever met a real anarchist? In a long life I have met some well dodgy people but only ever one who I can say really was an anarchist. So what is one? I really would love to know.