Iain Duncan Smith is [NOT] a hero of the working class.
I hate to reblog such ignorant propaganda, but it is sometimes necessary to highlight the vehement hate of an elitist ignoramus to; I doubt this comment will be published, but you, Sir are either an imbecile or sadly ignorant.
The proletariat of this and other countries have been abused physically, emotionally and economically for decades by such profane and archaic opinion.
Why do we support wars that encourage greed and oppression, while allowing truly oppressive regimes, vis-à-vis Saudi Arabia to continue to abuse their citizens and deprive them of the wealth a small minority of their elite enjoys?
When you talk of ‘irreversible’ agenda implemented by socialist governments, do you not mean ‘popular’ and it has taken decades to subliminally alter the mind set of those these socialist agenda actually help, offering the fruits of their labour as individuals when you truly know the fruits of one’s labour only become evident through redistribution of wealth, whether through higher wages or effective social policy?
Rarely have I heard such drivel; rather I should be deaf or blind before I need to hear or see the like again.
Labour governments always implement policies that are designed to be irreversible. They do this so that when they get back in office they can carry on from where they left off. This is done to eventually bring about a socialist Britain. This is the main reason that Labour and the left hate Margaret Thatcher. The irrepressible Maggie managed to reverse that which was supposed to be irreversible.
The last Labour government had policies of open door immigration and encouraging a culture of benefit dependence. Both these policies were designed to be irreversible.
Labour’s benefit culture was designed to make people dependant on the state and be irreversible. If people are suffering now it’s because Labour intentionally locked them in poverty and the lock was designed not to be broken.
Labour callously made lots of people vulnerable in such a way that it would be difficult to stop them being vulnerable…
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