The despair Of The British nation.

Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Shelter Or Investment?


The UK's Future?




Housing is today's topic of the hour for The Coalition. Unfortunately we are aways playing pachyderm politics in the modern era if not always. As I've grown up in this once pleasant land, year in year out I have observed, with varying degrees of horror, the blind stupidity of the ruling elite. So it continues. The bright housing estates newly built, tower blocks newly erected as monuments to empty headed power brokers and greedy developers, soon became the new slums. Mass immigration has decimated any chance of ever building and managing decent housing. Labours' social engineering foolishness only serves to glaringly highlight the differences between those who can strive and those who are too dumb, fat and lazy. Too thick to stop the political idiots wrecking the chances of anybody prepared to be different. People who are determined to haul themselves across town to a decent post code, have little chance anymore. Social mobility is a sin, to be squashed because the uniformity of the masses ghettos must be maintained. Amidst the wreckage of this Country's history the ruling classes can certainly talk the talk, sadly the walk is beyond them. More immigration, overcrowding and poverty is endemic. I know not why, only that is stinks as rancid as the slums determined for all. There is one solution and one only. Stop breeding until the planet can restore some balance and equilibrium.


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

If populations are reduced who pays for the public service pensions?

microdave said...

That looks like one of the council estate roads nearby....

Atlas said...

"Stop breeding"?!?! OR, most of the proles have little else to do during the commercial breaks!

Caratacus said...

The masters in EUSSR do not like the housing set-up in Britain. Social housing (council houses to thee and me) promotes feelings of permanence, security and gives strength to a community. (Not saying it's right or wrong for HMG to provide cheap housing, just pointing out what gets up the snouts of the eurocrats). People buying and living in their own houses promotes feelings of independence, security and encourages the British penchant for sticking two fingers up at authority.

These do not sit well with what Yurp would like to see, viz. a client state of proles who are told where they will work, live and die by the (unelected) Central Committee.

Instructions have been issued and Mrs. Cameron's little boy has let the mask slip with his most recent pronouncement. It has bugger all to do with the housing needs of this country (if it was he would have indicated how he was going to limit economic migration from the EU) and most to do with creating a feeling of insecurity in the hearts of the peasants.

A rule of thumb should be - If the EUSSR doesn't like something then whatever it is will be a bloody good move in the right direction.

Your last sentence OR - sorry, my fault entirely; I'll stop it immediately.

Oldrightie said...

Breeding, I said, Caratacus, fornicating is quite another matter!

Oldrightie said...

Atlas, it's a shame they don't equate shagging with procreation. Micro, used to be near us at one time. It's why we moved.

Oldrightie said...

Spot on with "A rule of thumb should be - If the EUSSR doesn't like something then whatever it is will be a bloody good move in the right direction." They don't like us not flying that excuse for a flag for one.

JuliaM said...

"Atlas, it's a shame they don't equate shagging with procreation."

It's a shame they don't have to equate shagging with procreation leading to fewer benefits, rather than more.

Oldrightie said...

Julia, a significant additional rod of overcrowding to bear. Government policy, determine that there is an elephant present and mate it!