WHITE WORKING CLASSES ARE ALIENATED SAYS MP FRANK FIELD – I think it’s about time this Government came up with an Annual Sherlock Holmes Award and if it did Frank Field certainly should be the first recipient to be awarded with such an honour.
Frank Field, a Labour MP, but also the appointed ‘poverty tsar’ of David Cameron has stated that the white working classes has lost their identity and have become disenfranchised with our multi-racial society as they feel they no longer have a place within the UK.
Well that statement appears sound, rational and dare I say it, even truthful. However, like all MP’s, yes I do mean all – doesn’t really matter which political side of the melting pot you put them in, they are pretty much all moronic, this statement comes with a twist.
What Frank Fields is suggesting is that white working classes really ought to attend ‘citizenship ceremonies’ so as to help these lost souls reconnect with the values of British society and make them once again feel part of and whole with Britain.
Frank Fields was the Welfare Minister under the last Labour Government and lead by the inspirational and shining star of British Politics Tony Blair; who simply turned out to be George W. Bush’s pet poodle and collectively initiated and implemented the illegal invasion of a the sovereign nation Iraq.
During Frank’s tenure as Welfare Minister he was directly responsible for allowing every freeloading immigrant and citizen to fleece and milk the welfare system for all that it was worth and while the Tories are currently trying to reduce the abuse it is always opposed by the likes to Frank Fields.
According to Frank Fields (he is pretty sharp) he has assessed the disenfranchised white working class and concluded that this problem lies with the Labour Party in respect of the Party losing touch with the working classes which is the very group in which the Labour Party is supposed to support. Frank honestly feels that the Labour Party has lost its sense of direction and forgotten about those who support it.
It is no secret that many of the so-called ‘white working classes’ as Frank likes to label them, are turning to other political parties and these are often right-wing groups such as the British National Party (BNP).
The cause of the problems mainly center on the issues that Labour has abandoned the ‘working man’ and that it favours foreign immigrants who are having a detrimental impact on the number of jobs being made available to this section of the population.
Last month Ed Miliband, the current leader of the Labour Party, took the unprecedented step of publicly acknowledging the failings of the Labour Party policies over the last decade and have now changed in order to create a more ‘balanced and fairer’ society.
During Frank’s tenure as Welfare Minister (1997 – 1998) he was appointed with the remit of ‘thinking the unthinkable’ regarding the welfare state. Unfortunately someone should have told Frank that thinking the unthinkable and supporting the implementation of it is not something that should have been considered. Thinking the unthinkable is an exercise to determine the worst case scenario and avoiding it at all costs – unfortunately Frank and the others in the Party thought they would give the unthinkable a try; just to see how far to the brink they could take the UK before it fell apart. We have and still are very close to the edge and the abyss is dark and uninviting.
For me Frank Field, and his appointment by David Cameron as ‘Poverty Tsar’ really sums up the state of Britain today. It clearly indicates just how dysfunctional and detached from reality we have become.
Someone ought to tell Frank and David that this mess was created out of a desperate act, by politicians, to look intelligent however no amount of rhetoric can disguise the fact that the Labour Party opened the borders and then sanctioned the abuse of both immigration and welfare by creating the Human Rights Act.
Dear Frank, whatever you are on can I have a pint, because you must see the UK in a totally different perspective than the rest of us and whatever realm of reality you are living in simply doesn’t apply to the real world of Britain today.
I would suggest it is NOT the white working class that is ‘out of touch’ but rather yourself. The so-called working class are the pillars of our society and like troops on the ground they get to see the mortar shells land while the likes of you hide miles away in a luxury tent with the other generals.
Frank Field’s statement and sense of what’s going on really does give the working taxpayer a crystal clear understanding of just how far detached MP’s have become from any form of rationale and reality.