Uncompassionate Britain


I have been thinking about this blog for a very long time, as I don’t write often as I would like.

We have been thrown Since 2010 into oblivion as a nation but the disease that is rife started long before that, in fact way back in the 80’s. What is this new disease that is sweeping Britain I can hear you ask,well some, but not all are infected let’s make that clear for starters. It is classified as a psychosis with symptoms reaching far and wide across our nation and sadly the upper classes are overwhelmed by it,they are the most affected,it is called Humanitis . It’s symptoms include,lack of empathy,lack of humanity,serious delusions of grandeur, and selfish detachment beyond normal societal boundaries. They say Mrs Thatcher is guilty of infecting society of this terrible affliction when she encouraged people to think they are the most important person living and they could achieve great things in life.They flocked in their millions to try this out for themselves and loved it so much they would need serious help and therapy to overcome such an affliction should they decide to abandon such a way of life,and in many cases would never recover to be released into society again,which the taxpayer would end up footing the bill and that would cost millions we don’t have right now according to our government.

Yes I can hear you say how terrible, but what can we do? Well it will be a struggle for society to manage all the mayhem it has created, but we have to start somewhere.

How about we all have hypnotherapy so we can remember what caring and compassion felt like that would be a start for those afflicted souls who think Cash is King,and maybe they would also have memories of what it felt like to give something freely just because they could,to help Mrs Jones across the road because they could,baby sat for the single mum who has no social life because they could,to help the disabled person because they could,and poor Mr Bloggs who doesn’t have any food or heating because he lost his job and his family are in dire straights and the money he gets from Government is such a pittance doesn’t cover all the costs of having a family,the examples are many.

Well it’s  been rattling my chains for a very long time and thankfully this is a disease I don’t have and that’s why when I came into campaigning I  decided to do something  because I do have compassion for my fellow-man/woman. I try very hard not to judge and NO I’m not perfect by any stretch of the imagination, I have my skeletons like all of us.

What I have witnessed while campaigning is comradeship,hatred,disabilsm, racism,bullying, homophobia, egomania, and divide and rule tactics among the population never seen before. How did this happen you will ask ,well it did because human behaviour is tribal by nature.

What I find really disgusting is behaviour is a choice and we can all exercise that but as a race of people we seem to be lacking responsibility for own choices.

We really need to get therapy to remove the indoctrination that has been drip fed via the government and media ,turning person against person,group against group,party against party and get realism into our psyche. It costs nothing to help someone less fortunate than yourself ,it is not your right to judge them because you chose to take a different path in life and made good.So the next time you feel those words on the tip of your tongue ready to cast judgement,stop for one minute and think,am I so perfect I can make assumptions as to why this individual is in the situation they are in,you should find the answer is NO!   The next time you see a person in the supermarket  who is disabled,unemployed,single mum, or the immigrant down the road from you, remember this doesn’t give you the right to attack them verbally or otherwise,to judge them because they are different,Mr Bloggs who is on minimum wage whose kids have nothing, do not judge they are not fit parents,the list goes on but you know what I’m getting at. Stop the rot and book yourself in for treatment now to rid yourself of this affliction before you find yourself walking in another’s shoes. “There I go by the Grace of God”

First they came for the Communists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Communist
Then they came for the Socialists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Socialist
Then they came for the trade unionists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a trade unionist
Then they came for the Jews
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Jew
Then they came for me
And there was no one left
To speak out for me

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Comments on: "Uncompassionate Britain" (10)

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  2. warwick davies said:

    The Tories are responsible because they appeal to the worst in us. We are responsible because we like it. How sad.

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  10. The upper classes have compassion about the poor. When was that then? I was an historical re-enactor living weekends amongst our history way back to before the Romans. Since when has the peasant had nothing but short shrift from those with money?

    Today, we are all cut up, blaming each other, and am always taken by surprise by random acts of kindness. Less and less by the young. Once you get into a mobility scooter or stagger about going slow with a walking stick, you watch how you’re treated by your fellow man. They look upon you as a fraudulent benefit grabbing person living a life of riley.

    Old people commit the crime of living too long and are independently wealthy not needing any pension from anywhere, least from the 12 per cent per year on their annual wages of National Insurance, since they were 14 or 15 or 16, or whenever.

    The Pension Bill was bad enough with so many losing benefit, but the Flat Rate Pension from 2016 leaves people with nil income in old age forever.
    See if you lost most or all of your state pension, even if you turn 80 from 2013:
    https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/state-pension-at-60-now

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