Exactly what that revolution entails, he's yet to elucidate.
However, when people saw him take Jeremy Paxman to town a lot of people starting thinking, 'where do I sign?'
However, he has since dodged his way around some feminist complaints about his language during that interview - he explained that he needed to work on his bad habits after stating, "When I was asked to edit an issue of the New Statesman I said yes because it was a beautiful woman asking me."
And now he's taken up a seat on Alan Carr's sofa and it's all got a bit out of hand.
The wordsmith left his wide vocabulary in the green room as he turned to swear words and clichés.
He told Alan, "I think if you're a bit mean and tight and always cutting benefits and being horrible, it's because you don't know how to fuck properly.
They're like snickering little posh people.
I think if your job is to look after the country and you don't care about the people who need it most, you're out of order.
And you're a filthy, dirty posh wanker."
We were hoping for a bit more eloquence Russell.
What do you think, corse or spot on?
Has Russell Brand gone too far?
No, they are posh wankers!Yes, he's just a gob in skinny jeansYeah, it's a shame because the Paxman interview was pretty inspiring
No, they are posh wankers!73.33%
Yes, he's just a gob in skinny jeans20.00%
Yeah, it's a shame because the Paxman interview was pretty inspiring6.67%
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