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A term describing an individual who rigorously supports an elitist system masquerading as a government/organisation that supports a democratic society with values that are just.
The person is known as a 'Brown Nose' for obvious reasons in that he is by far the most vocal supporter of this hypocritical group. Often adopting himself as a mouthpiece for that organisation.
The term 'Bigland' however, comes from more historical times during the division of property ownership. The person showing the most loyalty to the crown or local landlord was given the first choice of what land he got. Often this land would be the most fertile and the biggest patch available - hence they became a 'Big-Land' owner which through the passage of time and supposedly due to local dialects because pronounced 'bigland'. This would in term lead to them being known as ‘Big Land owning Brown Noses’ which gradually changed to ‘Bigland Brown Nose’ because it is more flexible and can be used in a wider variety of circumstances.
In contemporary examples, Bigland Brown Noses become so well acquainted with those in power, they can afford to adopt a smug and often pompous attitude because they know there is little chance of them falling from grace whilst those they support have power.
In today’s society the most obvious place for a Bigland Brown Nose is national government. A government that, for example, stands for equality throughout the nation, yet adopts a blatant elitist attitude that could even go so far as to be described as a proletariat would make great use of a Bigland Brown Nose- who would fend off criticism - often with prepared answers that simply sidestep the issue and aim at discrediting and belittling critics often employing the use of official discourse in doing so.
by A. G. Grieved October 09, 2006
 
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A term describing an individual who rigourously supports an elitist system masquerading as a government/organisation that supports a democratic society with values that are just.
The person is known as a 'Brown Nose' for obvious reasons in that he is by far the most vocal supporter of this hypocritical group. Often adopting himself as a mouthpiece for that organisation.
The term 'Bigland' however, comes from more historical times during the division of property ownership. The person showing the most loyalty to the crown or local landlord was given the first choice of what land he got. Often this land would be the most fertile and the biggest patch available - hence they became a 'Big-Land' owner which through the passage of time and supposedly due to local dialects because pronounced 'bigland'.
In contemporary examples, Bigland Brown Noses become so well acquainted with those in power, they can afford to adopt a smug and often pompous attitude because they know there is little chance of them falling from grace whilst those they support have power.
In todays society the most obvious place for a Bigland Brown Nose is national government. A government that, for example, stands for equality throughout the nation, yet adopts a blatant elitist attitude that could even go so far as to be described as a proletariat would make great use of a Bigland Brown Nose who would fend off criticism - often with prepared answers that simply sidestep the issue and aim at discrediting and belittling critics often enjoying the use of official discourse in doing so.
by A. G. Grieved October 08, 2006