The Labour Party destroyed British communities when they knocked down the extended old white worting class communities that were formed of families all living in close proximity to each other in the 1960's and 1970's.
The Tories destroyed British society and industry in the 1980's and 1990's when they globalised our national economy, opened up Britains borders to cheap immigrant labour and sold off revenue generating national industries.
Now the Tories want to destroy what is left of the white working class communities of Britain.
This time they intend to move in millions of naturalised British from immigrant background living in the inner cities of the South up to white working class communities in the North.
This is like some Stalinist politically correct version of the Great Deportations, enacted in the name and interests of capitalism.
At the same time this plan will destroy what is left of white working class communities based on extended kin networks, thereby ensuring there is no local resistance to more immigration into the UK, at the same time as the plan will destroy settled immigrant communities with their own community centres, youth centres and other government funded politically correct privileges.
We will all be atomised, rootless individuals adrift in Britain as wage slaves, alienated and powerless.
The only way we can save British society is by re-nationalising our national economy and industries.
The only way we can save British communities is to pass laws that allow local people to have priority in housing so creating communities based on extended kin networks that can support each other.
The last thing we need is more insane social engineering projects, that reek of the same insipid megalomania of the idiot socialists in the 1960's.
This is a dumb idea.
There are no jobs, thats why we have so many unemployed - and the jobs that are on offer go to cheap immigrant labour as they work longer, for less instead of to our own people.
To talk about moving populations is idiotic unless the government plans to invest in huge national infra-structure projects like railways, coal mines, nuclear plants and whole new industries which will create new jobs for them to work in.
But the government has no plans to invest tax payers cash in government owned industrial, infra-structure and public works projects to create work for British workers, as they are too busy giving away our money and taxes to the fucking international bankers !
The only Great Deportation that should be happning is to the illegal immigrants and criminals in the UK, not our own people.
Trust the tories to cock it up.
The coalition Government is drawing up controversial plans to relocate the unemployed to areas of the country where there are jobs, it has emerged.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith said he would be bringing forward proposals to make the workforce "more mobile".
The comments, in an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, echo the words of then-Tory minister Norman Tebbit in 1981 when he suggested the unemployed should "get on your bike" and look for work.
Mr Duncan Smith, the MP for Lord Tebbit's former parliamentary seat of Chingford, said ministers wanted to encourage jobless people living in council houses to move out of unemployment blackspots to homes in other areas, perhaps hundreds of miles away.
He insisted millions of people were "trapped in estates where there is no work" and could not move because they would lose their accommodation.
The proposed scheme would allow them to go to the top of the housing list in another area rather than giving up their right to a home.
'We have over the years, not us personally but successive governments, created one of the most static workforces in the western world,' Mr Duncan Smith said.
'In Britain now we have workforces that are locked to areas and the result of that is we have over five and a half million people of working age who simply don't do a job.
'Often they are trapped in estates where there is no work near there and - because they have a lifetime tenure of that house - to go to work from east London to west London, or Bristol, or whatever is too much of a risk because if you up sticks and go you will have lost your right to your house.
'The local council is going to tell you that you don't have a right to a house there, the housing association is not going to give you one.
'We have to look at how we get that portability, so that people can be more flexible, can look for work, can take the risk to do it.'
The coalition is believed to be looking at providing incentives for workers to relocate, rather than compelling them to move.
'Sometimes they may be lucky because work comes to those areas, we can reinvigorate it by regional tax reductions, so that's all right where there are old coal mines and things, but you also need to have an element of flexibility.
Sometimes you just need to be able to move to the work,' Mr Duncan Smith said.
A major shake-up of housing benefit and increased health checks for disability claimants were announced last week as part of the biggest cuts in public spending for decades.
Ministers will unveil measures in the coming weeks to "make work pay", including changing the threshold at which claims are withdrawn so people who take work do not lose all their benefits.
Mr Duncan Smith said there would also be measures to tackle "under occupation" of large council homes.
'We have tons of elderly people living in houses which they cannot run and we've got queues of desperate people with families who are living in one and two-bedroom houses and flats,' he said.
Councils could be given more money in a hardship allowance to help families relocate, "to smooth this over, to encourage people to move".