Britain’s Coping Classes at Breaking Point


Socialists in Great Britain need just a little more money to right every wrong.

Inquiring minds are set across the pond, watching the increasing pain of the Progressives agenda is having on the British people. The British Socialists are still complaining of ‘unfairness’:

The “coping classes” increasingly are struggling with the responsibility of looking after two generations, the equality watchdog says. Without action now, the “burden” of caring for older relatives will destroy the “bond of affection” at the heart of family life, the Equality and Human Rights Commission says.

The warning comes in a 700-page report that forms the first comprehensive survey of disadvantage and discrimination across Britain. While the country today is more tolerant than in 1970, society is still not fair for many people, it says. The economic crisis and the Government’s proposed spending cuts threaten to make inequality worse, it says. The report, How Fair is Britain?, finds: Progress at narrowing the pay gap between men and women has “stalled”. While there has been substantial improvement over the past 30 years, momentum has “ground to a halt”. Women working full-time earn 16.4 per cent less than men. The white working classes are missing out on good jobs compared with other ethnic groups, with Chinese and Indian men nearly twice as likely to find professional work.

Unemployment among ethnic minorities costs the economy almost £8.6 billion a year in benefits and lost revenue from taxes. Half of Muslim men and three quarters of Muslim women are unemployed. The country has a strong sense of tolerance and fair play. However, racism and religious prejudice are increasing, while hostility towards immigration has grown.

Notice the last line? It almost seems as if it is a throw away. Yet, it is the dirty little secret the socialist elite never wants to acknowledge…scarcity causes these problems. Notice Greece.

Coming soon to a United States urban city near you.

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