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There seems to be no area of our lives, whether public or private,that is not subject to the scrutiny of the 'Equality People' Yet, no one ever defines Equality. So, how will we know it when we see it? Is it definable? And are the principles of equality, however we define them, attainable?.Is the ever extending range of government regulation over our lives 'progress'Or,are we on the road to totalitarianism. Are we hindered or helped in our quest for rights and justice through membership of the E.U., U.N.,e.t.c. or, would a strengthening of our own Parliamentary Democracy serve us better. This Blog will comment on equality and related issues with the hope of making some small contribution to the debate. Feel free to post your opinions and share your thoughts and experiences. That way we can get a better idea of how we, the little people really feel about things. And,just maybe,we might even influence the debate!

Sunday, 21 August 2011

Equality Means?_ page two

A couple more definitions of equality to ponder on. Thanks once again to those taking the trouble to contribute their ideas and thoughts.

  •   All people treated without bias or prejudice
  •   Positive discrimination to be eliminated by removal of all political correctness
  •   Merit to be awarded accordingly
Steve,Civil Servant

The term equality is a transcendental term,much like the term perfection. It is a term which provides a reference point ,the pursuit of an aspiration which can never be realised. Our human goal therefore, is to continue to discuss it, work out how its nuances can be applied to the ways in which we think and live.
It becomes therefore, a dialectical process, wherein its importance is realised in the journey
Michael, Philosopher

Monday, 15 August 2011

Equality of Possession:Redistribution of Property Act?-August 2011

I switched on the T.V. last week-end and couldn't help wondering, if only for a moment, if our wonderful leaders had taken equality concerns to the edge of madness and abolished private property. There in full view of the whole world were representatives from our society; the employed,unemployed, white, black, Asian all helping themselves to whatever they wanted, including t.v.'s, trainers,phones,food, clothes,cigs, and booze. What they didn't want, couldn't carry or was in their way was simply destroyed and discarded. Only hours later when the police seemed a wee bit upset by it all did I realise that what we had was a mass outbreak of criminality. Sigh of relief then,for a moment at least.
However, there are social issues we need to tackle and quickly. We are told by those who should know that many people are poor, cannot read or write properly, cannot find work and therefore cannot pay for anything.  We need to sympathise with them we are told, we need to help them. I agree and, I have a plan. Some may find it controversial and say I'm a leftie with a soft head leading the country to destruction along with all other lefties, who believe the poor are victims of poverty, created by a globalist conspiracy to allow as many people as possible to make money and live comfortable lives. When in fact, we all know, especially lefties, that no-one really wants that kind of life at all. You only have to look at the lifestyles of the leftie class which ran the U.K for the ten years that most of those child criminals were growing up to see that.
I propose that everyone be entitled to free,- yes you read it right- full time education from the age of five to 18. Not only will it be free but, it will also be compulsory-no-one can opt out. In addition, if they are poor they should get a free meal in the middle of the school day.
Controversial-maybe- but it is the only way people can compete in the jobs market and so afford all those things they desire and other people-except for some really leftie types-want them to buy.
.If you agree with this please let your M P know A.S.A.P. IT'S TIME FOR RADICAL ACTION!