Wednesday 15 July 2015

Those who survived are going to need our prayers just as much as those who didn't

Did you know that the Nazis were elected with only 32 percent of the vote?  The Tories got 37 percent, but I'm sure there aren't any holocausts in the works from them - well, not unless you're sick, disabled, elderly, unemployed, young, a woman, a third child, a child, a low-paid worker, or an immigrant.  I don't even know why I brought up this irrelevant analogy, I mean, what have the Tories possibly got in common with a minority group of empire-building elitists who peddled racism and xenophobia while imposing forced labor upon social groups deemed an acceptable target for demonisation by society?  I'm going mad trying to fill blog posts, that's what's going on here.  I should have stuck to the original plan of just spending the post calling Iain Duncan Smith a pig-faced murdering scrounging cunt, I mean that's a plan, at least.
"The Tories are Nazis" - tch.  I don't know what I was thinking - I suppose it would explain why the Daily Mail supports them, but they're not really the same - the Nazis at least had an ideology.  And Hitler was a vegetarian, so he's automatically a better human being than David Cameron.

Thursday 9 July 2015

I was hallucinating from semen depletion

Watching the 2015 emergency austerity budget, I think George Osborne is off to a good start, but he doesn't go far enough to address the mounting debt crisis for the poor, which I think calls for decisive action.  Suppose you have nothing but.. well, nothing but you -  shouldn't you have the option to sell your property?  I propose entering into law the provision to allow a person to enter into a fixed term of servitude in return for a one-off up-front payment made to that person's creditors.
There would theoretically be safeguards against people being pressured into doing it, of course, and some kind of rules on the work that you would undertake - nothing hazardous for which you were insufficiently skilled, for example, and nothing which violated your moral codes - but otherwise you'd be the responsibility of whomever saw fit to purchase your service and they'd be tasked with feeding, sheltering, and seeing to your general health, which presumably would include your personal security and require some kind of dedicated and secured housing complex in which you could reside when not working off your debt.
You would have more dignity, more pride, and more self-determination than offered by a life on benefits.  I think the time and the national mood is right for an idea like this.