Daily Mail perfected

After 115 years the newspaper has finally combined race, fascism and women's interests in one flawless image.

Media analyst, Julian Cook, said: "This is multi-layered journalistic perfection on a scale almost too overwhelming to comprehend.

"It is both a fascinating insight into the playful side of an enigmatic celebrity as well as a provocative statement about political correctness gone mad.

"This one image will start a million conversations about her hair and her clothes, why political wives should stay in the background 'unlike that Michelle Obama' and why the BBC should bring back the Black and White Minstrel Show if only it wasn't run by Muslims and homosexual Jews."

He added: "This is why Paul Dacre gets the big money and the very best medication.

"I beg him with all my heart to let Jan Moir write a piece headlined 'Isn't there a little bit of Eva Braun in all of us?'."

Helen Archer, professor of what's in the newspapers at Reading University, said: "In years to come we'll look back on this day as the high watermark in the Daily Mail's sacred quest to combine fascist sympathising with the cult of celebrity.

"It is truly perfect.

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