Sunday, 7 March 2010

Polly Toynbee the real Whore of Babylon

To follow on from the last post, one of the few changes that can really reverse the mess we're in is the re-empowerment of working class boys and men. When marriage is the rational economic choice for working class girls, rather than single motherhood, then we start to re-value and respect working class men. They also need economic power - and need women to recognise that their economic power as desirable and worth winning in marriage.

Polly Toynbee, Harriet Harman and all the trendy upper-class harridans of the left who have so betrayed and destroyed the British working class are the real whores of Babylon, evil and corrupt, their rotten ageing flesh carrying the grave-stink beneath expensive scents and unguents. Philip Blond, not so much a 'Red Conservative' as an Old Tory - saw this back in 2007;
"Crime and violence are not necessarily caused by economic inequality. Before the Second World War, working-class communities, though far poorer than today, lived lives largely free of violence and crime.

So what has happened in the last 50 years that has so destroyed our inner cities and council estates? In short, it is the annihilation of working-class families and their culture by the liberal middle class. The welfare state and the progressive attitudes of the 1960s unpicked the stitching that held the British working class together during two World Wars and the great depression of the 1930s.

Of course, nobody thinks we should abandon universal health care and social provision. But the centralised and imposed system of the welfare state was a creation of the middle-class that ultimately destroyed the self-help culture of the British poor.

All the organisations (churches, friendly societies, co-operatives) that the working class had created to help each other were made pointless overnight. Instead of working with your neighbours to solve a local problem, you wait for government to fix it.

The working classes originally wanted a more mutual welfare state where entitlement was based on what they put in; instead the middle classes, irritated by the ability of the poor to organise themselves, determined their needs for them - creating a depressing dependency culture in our inner cities.

The poor might have survived this if middle-class culture had not invented progressive values. In the 1960s, the middle classes abdicated a wider social responsibility and decided that the culture of their parents was paternal and repressive. They bought the idea that notions of service and responsibility were an unjust imposition and embraced the pursuit of wealth, drugs and sexual liberation as self-evident positives, in the process repudiating any idea of a common national vision.

While toxic to civilised middle-class life, such values were lethal to the working class. In the absence of a culture that was genuinely their own, the children of the poor embraced this middle-class decadence. They gradually abandoned each other and instead embraced glamour, greed and sexual promiscuity as if they were a form of liberation."

Evil Evil Evil.

4 comments:

Guthrum said...

All the organisations (churches, friendly societies, co-operatives) that the working class had created to help each other were made pointless overnight. Instead of working with your neighbours to solve a local problem, you wait for government to fix it.

And Classic Radical Libralism!

The Building Societies were formed as friendly Societies, then prostituted themselves as Banks and went bust. 150 years of thrift and saving, burnt in ten short years

Socialism has reduced the people to economic serfdom

'The Road to Serfdom'- Hayek 1944.

Kinderling said...

Eve-ill means a female or male separated from their mind. An unwhole person becomes psychotically attached to the world for the 'fairness' to take from you and for the 'caress' they take for themselves.

Stalin called them useful idiots.

I call them Eve-ill.

Anonymous said...

Don't worry - the process of the state seizing all children for indoctrination grows apiece.
Then nobody will know that there was ever an alternative.

Budgie said...

Yes. What can be handled (just) by the middle classes, with their wealth and connections, is lethal to the poor.