UKIP’s surge at the local elections told Conservatives that we must be harder on the weak, those who are in many ways not even fully human.
At the top of human society are the type of people who inspire us as contestants on The Apprentice – generous, striving, charismatic.
In the middle are what we call the “hard working strivers alarm-clock Britain quiet bat people” – these do enough to keep the whole system going when it goes wrong, while those at the top avoid tax as they deserve, pay to write policy via lobbyists and get the bailouts and expense accounts they need.
At the bottom come the detritus – those who find misfortune in birth or afterwards and need some kind of help in life, either for a while or, worse still, for their whole lives. It’s disgusting to even think about. But think of them we must, or we can never be as fully rid of them as we might be.
Thankfully, news is coming in that the pain of our policies is starting to hit these filth.
For example, in recent months a pay-day loan problems has become clearer. Clever people somewhere are maximising profit from poverty. It really does stir the loins.
More exciting still, news of the first suicides caused by the so called “spare room tax”. Take this useless specimen, who at least had the decency to relieve us of her existence.
I’ve suggested before that suicide, as a rational choice of the otherwise useless, can be seen as a final market solution to many of our problems. Some people found that offensive, but they don’t understand that the markets don’t recognise such emotions as offence. I only deal in cold facts. And the cold fact is that it is dangerous to be too nice to the virtually sub human, it sets a precedent.
So imagine how impressed I was to learn from this video that it is now standard practice to allow disabled children to sit around in their own excrement to save money on nappies.
Comfort for cripple-kids or banker bailouts? The choice is simple, and we have made it.
The interviewee, Ms Vincent, claimed that David Cameron promised to do something about the limited number of nappies provided by the state before the last election. A too typical moment of liberalism on behalf of our weak leader. Thankfully he was being shallow and disingenous and has done nothing about it since becoming Prime Minister. He has had too much to do caving into the overwhelming public demand to privatise the Post Office and legalise advertising of gambling.
The more miserable life becomes for so called “carers” the more they may be persuaded to put cripples into full time care, provided by state funded privateers at upwards of £150,000 a year. Here, dynamic market forces can see to it that as much money is made as possible by keeping enjoyment of life to a bare minimum for wretches who probably wouldn’t appreciate it anyway.
So take heart, there is no need to wobble to the call of UKIP, no matter how sensible their call for bicycle licences may be. For we Conservatives can once again draw from the wells of hate and disdain for the less evolved. I’m sure there was a regime that used to refer to them as “untermensch”. It reminds me of the lovely Louise, recent departed MP of a similar surname. She ran a deeply thoughtful Twitter account. But I can’t recall the original clever government who came up with the term. It sounds Germanic though. Perhaps a reader can end my confusion.