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Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Two glaring omissions in this classification of class by the leftist BBC and the leftist and feminist academics who compiled it

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22007058

I.  There is no mention of a Claimant Class.  The Claimant Class should be divided into

(i)   People who were formerly employed

(ii)   People who have never been employed

(iii)  People who have never been employed whose parents were never employed.  

(iv)  People who have never been employed whose parents and grandparents who also never employed.

(v)   People who have never been employed whose parents, grandparents and great-grandparents were never employed

(vii) People who have never been employed whose parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and great-great grandparents were never employed

I am under the impression that (vii) people reside mostly in Liverpool.

II.   Mothers should be divided into two classes: those with legitimate offspring and those with illegitimate offspring ie

(i)   non-SSM

(ii)  SSM or "fallen woman" https://www.facebook.com/pages/Are-Spinster-Single-Mums-a-burden-on-the-state/417696111659379


The highest class should be those who pay the most taxes and give most to charity.

When I am in power, the low-waged would pay no taxes at all nor will they have the vote.

The lowest class should be those who not only pay no taxes, but are a burden on the state, or are charity cases since the welfare state will be abolished.

Charity will of course be encouraged.   

I believe Professor Mike Savage http://www2.lse.ac.uk/sociology/whoswho/academic/savage.aspx is probably a Commie Pinko since most academics these days are.  

Does such a thing as a "right-wing" socialist exist?  If so please give examples.  

Fiona Devine is doubtless a feminist and all feminists are statist and leftist in that they advocate policies that result in higher taxes and more laws and red tape to burden productive citizens and never ever consider the long term national interest.   

THE KHAVIAN CLASS SYSTEM

Aristocrats - People who pay the most taxes and give the most to charity - HMRC can work this out.

The middle waged - people who have the vote who are not Aristocrats, low-waged or a member of the Claimant Classes.  They shall be subdivided according to the amount of tax they pay.   

The low-waged who will not be required to pay any tax at all and will not have the vote.

The Claimant Classes divided into the 7 categories I have mentioned who will certainly not have the vote.

By means of this simple and effective system will the working classes of Britain be made fit for purpose again.   

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