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    Britain is our past and our future

    Britain is our past and our future

    A look at our future on the current road to a permanent dependency state where there is little marginal incentive to work, and those who produce and provide jobs are demonized and ridiculed to the point of no return.

    From Max Hastings of The Daily Mail Online, regarding the rioters in Britain:

    They are an absolute deadweight upon society, because they contribute nothing yet cost the taxpayer billions. Liberal opinion holds they are victims, because society has failed to provide them with opportunities to develop their potential.

    Most of us would say this is nonsense. Rather, they are victims of a perverted social ethos, which elevates personal freedom to an absolute, and denies the underclass the discipline — tough love — which alone might enable some of its members to escape from the swamp of dependency in which they live.

    Only education — together with politicians, judges, policemen and teachers with the courage to force feral humans to obey rules the rest of us have accepted all our lives — can provide a way forward and a way out for these people.

    They are products of a culture which gives them so much unconditionally that they are let off learning how to become human beings. My dogs are better behaved and subscribe to a higher code of values than the young rioters of Tottenham, Hackney, Clapham and Birmingham.

    You also may want to view the video I posted yesterday, in the context of what Hastings writes.


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    It ain’t over till it’s over. The reason the tea party is being vilified (Alinskied) is because it’s winning.

    Are the London riots the new Sack of Rome? I think a case can be made that David Cameron is Honorius. So is most of the US political class.

    The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools.
    — Herbert Spencer, English Philosopher (1820-1903)

    The stench… as well as the destruction of values and principle brought on by extreme liberalism.

    Reminds me of Rand’s book, “The Return of the Primitive.”

    The US is maybe what, 2-3 years behind the UK? If that.

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