I can't tell that it's a Cabinet meeting - even if you tell me it's a Cabinet meeting

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I can't tell that it's a Cabinet meeting - even if you tell me it's a Cabinet meeting was a statement made by Robert Catcheside at the height of the Acteriendia and New Secessionism Crisis to defend his 'intentionally derailing' a meeting of the Cabinet of Glastieve. The flagrantly absurd statement or variations taking the form I can't tell that it's X - even if you tell me it's X are often used in Glastieven politics to satirise or criticise the 'common-sense-based' arguments of anti-Glastievenism, or more generally to mock the exaggerated behaviour of Catcheside during the Crisis.