What is the King's opinion about his Councillors? Why did he form that opinion?

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The King said that the parrots repeating 'Pretty Polly' in seven different languages reminded him of his Councillors who said the same thing in seven different ways, and meant nothing whichever way they said it. This was similar to the way the parrots kept repeating what they had learnt, without knowing the meaning of what they said.

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