Guardian: Yes, immigration will screw over the UK poor

FINALLY. THEY ADMIT IT.
I say finally but – http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/sep/03/race.world
– really they’re admitting it’s a class conflict. Middle class keeping down the lower classes (working and underclass) and spending our resources on the foreigners to get their warm ‘n fuzzies.

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/sep/16/refugee-crisis-hit-uk-working-class-powerless

My research over many years in poor and structurally disadvantaged community’s shows clearly that fear and anger are ever present. The constant competition for limited resources, whether social and physical, like housing and state benefits, or symbolic resources, such as value and respect, generate an acute anxiety among communities that are being squeezed by a government.

But why didn’t they vote for us at the last two elections as we replace them out of existence? ~ idiots

The tensions on the estate had been rising for some time due to housing waiting lists, the lack of housing, and the length of time people were waiting to see a GP. Although the women did not blame the asylum seekers exclusively, they could see the added pressure on services.

But they told me that they were most unhappy and frightened that every day, as they walked through the precinct, a group of men they referred to as “Iraqis” were constantly asking them for “business”, meaning sex. It happened to me on several occasions. The women felt angry and disrespected at these incidents.

One woman told me that she and a group of women had “battered” (physically attacked) “one of the Iraqi asylum seekers” for asking to buy sex from one of the women’s 15-year-old daughter. When I spoke to this woman about it, she said: “Why should we be the only ones having to put up with this?”

Send them to Guardian-reading neighborhoods.

I think openly propositioning a person is wrong whoever they are. It’s plain rude.
In the First World, that isn’t how we do things here, whether you’re from …sandier climes or a PUA.

If the Left had any brains, they’d be calling for mass deportations and the Army at the borders.
If they don’t, there will be one outcome of all this diversity, bloodshed and ….

I will add for the record that being a hater doesn't make you wrong

The dominant narrative in Britain for working-class people is about feeling powerless, having no say, being disrespected, and having accusations of ignorance, small-mindedness and racism thrown at you if you point out that your neighbourhood can’t take much more. These feelings of uncertainty about territory, status and power where material rewards are unevenly distributed and are continually shifting, leave people on insecure ground, which encourages the erection of boundaries. These can be physical, as we see in our government erecting fences, but boundary erection can be symbolic and social, where we see people as different, a threat to our way of living, a drain on our resources.

Hello, elephant.

The women of Nottingham said to me in 2005 “we don’t begrudge anyone a roof who needs it”, but at the core of suspicion and fear of the “other” is the lack of resources. The consequence of austerity measures is that working-class families all over Britain have found themselves struggling to stay in their homes, to feed and clothe their families, and to keep warm.

Let the native poor starve and freeze to death like a Dickensian novel, or kick out the people who don’t deserve to be here in the first place?

Hmmm.

While we increased foreign aid as well. 

Tough decision.

go away leave ew eurgh gimme space tony stark no gross

These r-types ain’t loyal.
Poor white people are slowly learning that fact.
And they’re very, very pissed off.

dreamfrompovertyfightclub

Europeans rn;

When liberals speak of ‘privilege’, they are trying to obscure issues of class

http://www.vagabomb.com/This-Comic-Will-Forever-Change-the-Way-You-Look-at-Privilege/

– because they themselves, are often middle class and part of the problem.

A poor white male in a trailer park isn’t better off than a middle class Chinese girl.

ugh why no please stop god kill me now rdj tony stark

Slapping on a different label is like trying to put an Apple sticker on your Microsoft laptop.

This relates somewhat to what I dubbed the Middle Class Fallacy, namely that money (educayshun!) can overcome genetic differences. How much funding did they plough into Head Start and ghetto schools? And how many smart (but poor and often white) kids have gone unfunded for being the wrong class/race?

middle class privilege

Hating the Daily Mail is a substitute for doing good

http://www.spectator.co.uk/features/9501282/hating-the-daily-mail-is-a-substitute-for-doing-good/

It’s noticeable how often virtue signalling consists of saying you hate things. It is camouflage. The emphasis on hate distracts from the fact you are really saying how good you are.

#Humblebragging.

Status signalling is a bitchy, passive means of attacking a powerful subject in the hopes of gaining some of its status for being so edgy. Teenage girls do it. It is the mode of infighting between PC r-types, too scared of a real fight to ever back up anything they say with actions. In a logical debate, this is both poisoning the well and various emotional appeals about being evil as Hitler.

The Brahmin caste started it but over time is has descended to the rank of puerile name-calling ad hominem. It works for them because they cannot display their status in more overt means and must appeal to ideological purity to conform. It doesn’t actually work for the middle class, because they desperately try to signal with their toys and every aspect of their lives (dress, word use, hobbies). It creates an isolated echo chamber effect squabbling over details and this is why many SJWs, the product of taking their shallow parents seriously, are deluded about the real world. They aren’t in on the joke.

If the SJWs and wannabe middles succeeded, they would cease to exist. They look down on the poor because those hateful spiteful emotions must go somewhere. http://www.moreright.net/reaction-and-the-poor/ Tolerance is impossible in a world of difference.

They replace a love of class with a love of race/religion/sex/sexuality, any other cohort division because, would you look at that, they’re no longer responsible or need to feel bad for their higher position in society. The lower class and underclass fight for their own interests because nobody else does anymore and the middle despise them for daring to seek social mobility.

I just remind them of this;

Fake Bohemians are crushing the working class white and taking their jobs

http://www.spectator.co.uk/features/9270141/want-a-fun-job-you-just-have-to-pick-the-right-parents/

Recently one morning, as I was weeping over Caitlin Moran’s (daughter of Mr and Mrs Moran of Wolverhampton) brilliant book How to Build a Girl — specifically, the heartbreaking way she writes about coming from an impoverished family — a report came on to the radio with the glad tidings that working-class white children are now doing worse in schools than any other ethnic group. Said one Graham Stuart, the Conservative chairman of the education select committee, ‘They do less homework and are more likely to miss school than other groups. We don’t know how much of the underperformance is due to poor attitudes to school, a lack of work ethic or weak parenting.’

No, we don’t, do we? But what if it was to do with feeling that there’s just no point in bothering? That the odds are now so shamelessly stacked against a white working-class child getting a decently paid job, let alone one they actually enjoy, that to try hard at school would be to give up the last remnants of agency and rebellion? It’s no secret that social mobility — which just a few years back we all presumed would rock on regardless — has reversed, doing over the already vulnerable working class with the force of a steamroller. Yes, you chirpy Cockneys and you stoic Northerners, not only have the jobs your parents did — making things — disappeared, but the cushy jobs that a blessed few of you once might have escaped the surly bonds of the proletariat by nabbing — modelling, acting, writing for newspapers — have now been colonised by the children of the rich/famous/well-connected, too.

Looking at photos of Moss Junior, one is spitefully reminded of that line some wag came out with about Greta Garbo’s stand-in, one Geraldine Dvorak: ‘She has everything that Garbo has. Except that thing that Garbo has.’

They think qualifications can be bought.

Though simple starlets may compare showing off for lots of money to being a soldier (Paltrow and Cruise), being raped (Charlize and Kristen) and being stoned to death (Geldof), that’s just to put us ‘civilians’ off and keep the jammy jobs safe for their own spawn.

Idiots. Not even useful idiots.

If a Martian came down today, he’d believe that only the children of the famous are allowed to have enjoyable careers — the royal family started it, but only now are we seeing how crass and counterproductive it is when people get jobs because of who their parents are.

Because they aren’t qualified. And it isn’t fair, but neither is life.

Insult follows injury follows indignity when it comes to the prospects of today’s white working-class youth.

That’s the thing about nepotism; it’s ultra-conservative but the opposite of patriotic, wasting the endless talent of all those could-have-been runners and writers born on the wrong side of the tracks.

No matter, because the BBC have just announced that they have hatched a new £2 million scheme to fast-track black and Asian writers, actors and presenters. That’ll be the young blacks and Asians who in fact do better than poor whites in school — but as the white trash have a lack of work ethic, it’s probably their fault. Similarly, the Guardian has a ‘Positive Action Scheme — Ethnic Minorities’ in place, but zero for poor white would-be journalists.

They are noticing.

These deaths by a thousand snubs add to the impression of white working-class children being young ghosts in their own country, a new blank, betrayed generation of Chesterton’s famous Secret People:

‘We hear men speaking for us of new laws strong and sweet,

Yet is there no man speaketh as we speak in the street.

It may be we shall rise the last as Frenchmen rose the first,

Our wrath come after Russia’s wrath and our wrath be the worst.

It may be we are meant to mark with our riot and our rest

God’s scorn for all men governing. It may be beer is best.

But we are the people of England; and we have not spoken yet.

Smile at us, pay us, pass us. But do not quite forget.’

These ghosts may be less patient than their pacified parents, and prime candidates for the Ukip dream.

Correct. They will be very angry voters.

I believe these are the people who will pull off any sort of Revolution, if it hasn’t already sunk in they’ve been abandoned and replaced by Labour, their historical home.