When are people going to learn that you cannot have it all.
You cannot have a Welfare State and NHS with open borders.
You cannot have a middle class and welfare cuts.
You cannot have full employment and mass immigration and cheap consumer goods produced in China.
You cannot have a nation state that puts the interests of its own people first, and be part of the EU and globalised economy.
The Welfare State is being destroyed by the Tory Liberal scum government that support mass immigration, support us being in the EU and support the importation of cheap foreign labour.
The middle class whose jobs depend overwhelmingly on the State, are about to be shafted by the Tory Liberal government.
The Middle Class in Britain are simply a product of the State, in that around 90 % of middle class people are employed by the British state in education, the NHS, the civil service, police, army etc etc
The Middle Class does not exist as a result of the free market, the normal job market or the global economy - it exists almost in totality as an aspect of the British State.
The Middle Class are the primary recipients of State Welfare Benefits, which are simply paid out in the guise of wages.
Their wages are state benefits.
They are as much dependent on the state as the unemployed.
But they have been too stupid and too arrogant to ever understand this reality.
They get a pay cheque from the state each month yet sneer at the unemployed who get their benefits paid by the state.
The Middle Class is a British state construct whose jobs are primarily working for the British State, and as the British state is eroded by welfare cuts, globalisation, offshoring of jobs, inshoring of jobs, EU integration and the importation of cheap foreign labour - then the Middle Class will retract and become redundant.
The Middle Class is about to collapse and die.
When David Cameron talks about 'shrinking the British state' he is talking about shrinking the British Middle Class by sacking them and dumping them into unemployment.
As the British State, the British Welfare State and the state system in general begins to shrink and contracts in response to globalisation and EU integration, the Middle Class will have to be dumped into unemployment and forced to compete in the free market for jobs with foreign labour, immigrants and imported workers.
The Conservative announcement that they are about to cut public spending will impact on three demographics - the Middle Class who will lose their jobs, the working class who will lose their benefits when they become unemployed and the disabled and unemployed who will have their benefits cut.
As the banks start to reward themselves with profits after the biggest welfare benefit bailout in history, the British people will be dumped into poverty and unemployment by a government who relies on the donations of the bankers to keep it in power.
These Middle Class jobs are about to be dumped in their hundreds of thousands.
At the same time a massive property price collapse is going to drive them into negative equity and force them into homelessness and debt for credit is also being restricted by the banks.
Its 'blowback' time.
They voted overwhelmingly for New Labour for a decade and the Tories and Liberals, and politics has been dominated by a middle class agenda since the pollsters realised that just 5 % of the middle class population win elections.
Now they are going to dine on a banquet of consequences.
The middle class daily mail readers, whose shrill condemnation of the unemployed is a symptom of their state funded arrogance, are about to get a taste of reality.
They are going to be made unemployed and forced to experience what real life is like.
The public services cut back will hit the middle class like a tsunami.
The job losses in the state funded middle class will have a massive impact on house prices as well resulting in a further property price crash.
At the same time the middle class liberals, who have supported 'diversity' and politically correct positive discrimination and affirmative action plans to impose an artificial state generated 'ethnic middle class' within our society as a model of stalinist social engineering by the Left and Liberals over the last few decades, will now have to sit back and watch as ethnics and immigrants TAKE THEIR jobs for a change, instead of those jobs being lost by the Working Class (who have real jobs as opposed to fake state jobs) for a change.
Finally the Liberal Middle Class will experience what the White Working Class has experienced, as the White Working Class were dumped into unemployment and poverty by the White Liberal Middle Class in order for the Ethnic Middle Class to be constructed in their place.
Now the Liberals will reap what they have sown.
A radicalised, angry mass of unemployed liberal middle class people who have finally been forced to experience real life and forced to compete for real jobs in the real job market, as opposed to having a job for life in some emanation of the state, will now be waking up.
Only when the White Working Class and the White Middle Class wake up will revolutionary change occur, as the White Working Class and integrated members of the Ethnic Working Class are not able to force radical change on their own.
It takes a radicalised middle class to change the social consensus and create the foundations for revolutionary political change in our society.
An open door to benefit tourists: EU warns Britain it can't stop thousands more migrants claiming welfare handouts
By James Chapman
Last updated at 11:50 PM on 27th September 2010
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Benefits tourists are set to get the green light to come to Britain and immediately claim handouts totalling £2.5billion a year.
According to documents leaked to the Mail, ministers have been warned that restrictions on claims by immigrants are against the law and must be scrapped.
The European Commission's ruling threatens to open the door to tens of thousands who are currently deterred from coming to Britain.
Ruling: The decision by the European Commission could open the door to tens of thousands who are currently deterred from coming to Britain
At the moment, a 'habitual residency test' is used to establish whether migrants from the EU are eligible for benefits.
To qualify for jobseeker's allowance, employment support allowance, pension credit and income support, they must demonstrate that they either have worked or have a good opportunity to get a job.
But after receiving a complaint that the rules infringed the human rights of EU citizens, the Commission began to examine them.
In a letter seen by the Mail, it warns that the restrictions are 'not compatible' with EU law.
It says: 'EU law leaves it to member states to determine the details of their social security schemes and social assistance schemes, including the conditions on awarding benefits.
‘However, when making use of this competence, member states have to comply with the fundamental principles of EU law, such as the right to equal treatment on the basis of nationality. Having examined the “right to reside” test... it is not compatible with different legal provisions of EU law.’
The letter, written to the individual who made the complaint and copied to the British government, is dated last December, but Whitehall sources claim ministers in the outgoing Labour government failed to argue against the proposals.
Britain had toughened up its rules in 2004 when the EU was expanding its borders. The restrictions assess the eligibility of those from the EU and from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
But the Commission has begun legal proceedings against Britain to get restrictions on welfare claims by incomers scrapped.
If successful, the Government would be required to remove its deterrents to benefit tourism, including the right-to-reside test and an additional qualification for those claiming jobseeker’s allowance, that they must have worked for 12 months or more.
Officials warn the bill could be between £1.3billion and £2.5billion a year – hampering plans to rein in welfare spending.
However, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith is understood to be determined to fight the move through the courts if necessary.
The Whitehall source warned: ‘This has the potential to open the doors of the benefits system to anyone coming here from the entire European economic area, who may have no intention of working or even looking for work but simply wants to claim benefits.
'We already have enough of a problem managing people who want to come here. But this would open up a whole new wave of benefit tourism.’
Last year, 46,957 non-UK nationals took the habitual residence test. Of those, 24,604 passed and 22,353 failed. For the test, they are interviewed and asked about why they have come to the UK, how long they intend to stay and their employment arrangements.
‘Fundamentally this is designed to ensure people aren’t coming to the UK to be benefit tourists,’ added the source.
The Department for Work and Pensions said: ‘We are in discussions with the Commission as, in our view, the current rules are within the law and are right for the UK, and changing them now would not be in our interest.
Our rules fully support the freedom of workers within the EU, whilst making sure that there are reasonable restrictions on access to social security for those who have never worked in the UK.
‘This prevents unsustainable burdens being placed on our social security system. We will argue our case and work towards a favourable outcome.’
The case is specifically between Britain and the Commission, but other countries which impose restrictions on access to welfare for migrants – Denmark, France and Ireland – are likely to be affected too.
Britain’s test was introduced in 1993, but tightened in 2004 after concerns that residents of new member would move to the previous 15 member states to benefit from their generous social welfare systems.
Former Labour minister Margaret Hodge has argued restrictions should be toughened further to address voters’ concerns.
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