The Guardian Only Cares About Some Progress…

Aditya Chakrabortty on the ‘unfairness’ of progress:

What is powerlessness? Try this for a definition: you stand to lose the home where you’ve lived for more than 20 years and raised two boys. And all your neighbours stand to lose theirs. None of you have any say in the matter. Play whatever card you like – loud protest, sound reason, an artillery of facts – you can’t change what will happen to your own lives.

Oh, gosh, is this an article on compulsory purchase and the HS2 line?

Don’t be silly. It’s the ‘Guardian’. Its concern is purely for people who don’t own their own homes, but are dependent on the State, and more importantly, want to remain so.

3 comments for “The Guardian Only Cares About Some Progress…

  1. mona
    January 24, 2015 at 3:46 pm

    Even the government has little say in the matter,this, the pan-europe transport network as laid down by Brussels which will allow the French and Germans to run the whole of Europe’s railways. We build the railway at our human and enviromental cost. Try UKIP.

    • January 25, 2015 at 7:22 am

      I might, if there are any candidates left…

      • ivan
        January 25, 2015 at 3:22 pm

        Julia, you should know not to believe everything you read in the MSM 😉

        For a little sensible look try what on tallbloke’s blog.
        http://tallbloke.wordpress.com/ he is standing for UKIP because he believes that people with engineering qualifications are needed in parliament. I agree with that sentiment and would go further to say that unless you have worked in the private sector for at least 15 years you are not eligible to stand because you don’t have the experience.

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