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Karen Bradley MP is urging her constituents to contact her with their nominations for Staffordshire Moorlands restaurants to compete in this year's Tiffin Cup, the prestigious national award for the best South Asian restaurant. In 2010 Qarma of Leek were finalists in the competition, finishing in the top five in the UK.
I reckon Paul Goodman is one of those commies in the party and Bradley is another. They call them modernisers, and they all support each other and delete any negative or probing questions regarding their fellow comrades. The other members of the Tory Party are too full of pride to notice what is bubbling beneath the surface. I do my best to inform them, but with Soviets like Goodman, it is a tricky operation.
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Yes I can understand that, but the big difference is in being able to work and being allowed to work. These days business has become corporate, where the corporations 'own' people, and if they don't fit the spec then they are not allowed to work, even if they would be very good at it. The system is too ridged and so as it becomes more so there are more that don't fit the spec.
I have said many times that what the solution is, is to not worry about this unemployment in the sense that it is good to attack those people, because they will just get angry and you will end up with an even bigger 'us and them' divide. The thing to do is to ease up on all the regulations and make the conditions such that people on the dole or other forms of unemployment, including dumbed down college courses, are encouraged to set up their own businesses and to start making things.
We are a nation of capitalists, but capitalism is dying out because all the work is passed around these huge corporations. A lot of this is government work. About 50% of the economy is government work and even the hedge cutting of your local councils is done by multi-billion pound corporations. Some argue that it is because they are more efficient, but that is a lie. They work to monopolise the markets and actually cost much more than say if some guy set up his own local hedge cutting business, or someone set up a computer business and got work from government departments.
The more you tighten up on the rues the bigger the unemployment problem becomes. So ease up on the rules and make it fairer and competitive and you will find that just as that figure of the unemployed has risen so far, it will magically start to fall if there is a way out for these people. They are not all dropouts. The images in the press of those with 14 children on state benefits is ruthless propaganda. There are many with degrees on the dole. Indeed there are people with PhDs on the dole because the industry that would have employed them at the time they did their studies has moved abroad. Some people don't want to go and work in places like Hong Kong etc.
The trouble is the government aren't the right people to figure out the solutions. Government industry is all about making work and inventing ways to make more work at the cost of efficiency. Capitalism is the opposite. Capitalism is about how to build the best products with the minimum of work and at the cheapest price. You think about this. Those courses those unemployed are put on are charged at £400/week per student, so a class of 30 would net £12K/week for one teacher in a classroom. Itís staggering. Are these the right people to teach?
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Watch this clip, I don't want to dwell on the subject matter too much, more on the multiculti love in from Mensch and her reaction to the other guests views.
The two other people that speak in this clip (apart from Andrew Neil) are, Will Self, a self confessed die hard Lefty and Alan Johnson Labour MP, who was a branch official of a trade union (full time) and then became General Secretary of the Communication Workers Union and considered himself a Marxist ideologically.
Will Self is first to speak, with the first shock, he agrees that there is a problem.
Mensch is second to speak and sounds like a NuLabour apparatchik spouting the multiculti party line
Alan Johnson then speaks and agrees with Will Self.
At this point (when AJ starts to speak), watch Mensch's face. She has a face like a smacked @rse or she's just swallowed a lemon. Next she rolls her eyes to heaven, relaxes a little bit and nods when AJ says we don't want to allow this to be used by the far right and watch the reaction when he mentions the word Pakistani. You'd think AJ had just dropped the smelliest sweaty fart going, it is truly priceless.
As I said, I don't want to get to hung up on the subject matter, more where our new Tory MPs are on the political spectrum, especially compared to the two Left wingers.
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Sorry, I had to switch off as soon as that witch opened her mouth. It's that tone of voice that does it for me. It reminds me of the university I went to. Yes indeed, the champagne socialists are still in power. Check this as another example.
Now they have taken over the 1922 committee as well. The current identifier seems to be a group called the 301 Group. Check out Karen Bradley.
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While I got five straight rejections from my application to university she got a conditional offer of 2 A level passes to Balliol College. She walked straight into it, and her brother was previously at Kings College Cambridge. Now she took philosophy and psychology because they are nearly always double degrees in Oxford. It is always something and philosophy. Anyhow she received this huge reading list before she even got there, just in case she was thinking of enjoying her summer holidays. Then after the three years she did a PhD in psychology and specialised in artificial intelligence.
After that she found she couldn't get a job anywhere in Britain. So she ended up in Greoble and worked for a company that she found out had military connections. Now I don't know a lot more than that because it was all classified stuff, but one thing I remember about her as a typical leftie was she was always very nice and found the concept of war totally repulsive. Then all of a sudden she quit the whole thing and was freaked out something rotten. I have no idea what she saw in her defence job, but it was something that frightened the living daylights out of her and she quit for good. Eventually she found a job working as a carer in an old people's home in Bristol. So there you go. That’s student leftie Oxford ambitions for you. Maybe she reads the Telegraph now!
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