The only thing I can imagine LC was referring to here, given the context of this song and the social climate in the UK at that point, would be a certain Chief Constable James Anderton, who at the time had slammed AIDS suffers as "swirling about in a human cesspit of their own making" and adding to the mass paranoia surrounding the condition at this point in time. I understand that Polydor had some issues with the band's inclusion of this song on Mainstream because of its standpoint, but that LC had stuck to his guns and the LP was issued with it on, to be honest it would be very hard to imagine Mainstream without this closing track. Any how that's the best I can offer on this one.
Jules et Jim directed by Francois Truffaut 1962 -see LC's speedboat "Jules said to Jim why don't we jump in, while the water's clean and we are still friends?"
And thanks to Nicky who commented " Rogers and Hammerstein's Carousel, the song "June is bustin' out all over" is the first line of Vin Ordinaire from The Negatives! ..........