Tanya Gold Shows Us The Socialist Mindset..

Unwittingly, I’m sure, as her column deals with the Westminster proposals to ensure fat people on council tax and housing benefit go to the gym on their doctor’s advice, on pains of having their welfare payments docked:

There are two questions inside this ghastly story, and the first is the central question posed by this Tory-led coalition: who is entitled to the state’s largesse? What is it for?

To Tanya, you see, it’s the state’s money.

You? You’re just permitted to have a portion of it. Think of it as pocket money from a benevolent father.

And we wonder why the socialists behave so much like children…

5 comments for “Tanya Gold Shows Us The Socialist Mindset..

  1. Greg Tingey
    January 9, 2013 at 8:59 am

    She’s a looney.
    So what?
    Plenty more where that came from.
    Look at the tory MP for Wellingboro’ wanting state aid (Tax-payer’s money) to be directed to “all religious institutions” (That’s not what he said, bu that’s how it translates) because they are “all charities”

    What crawling potentially-expensive cods.

  2. Rossa
    January 9, 2013 at 12:17 pm

    IMO it is the bankers’ money Julia. They ‘print’ it out on one hand and take it all back plus interest (into their private accounts) with the other. We all spend what little we have left which ends up in a bank account somewhere or save it……in a bank! It’s a merry-go-round with no end in sight (’til it implodes under the strain).


  3. Voice of Reason
    January 9, 2013 at 7:17 pm

    Time for a break. I read this as ‘… socialists taste like chicken’.

    • January 10, 2013 at 6:29 am

      Might be all right, if rubbed with a spice mix first.

  4. Will jones
    January 9, 2013 at 11:10 pm

    This is a great idea for anyone who receives public monies. We can start with MPs. For every kilogramme over their optimum weight as defined by that brilliant metric, BMI, they can be docked a couple throusand pounds. Or, no-one can stand for public office unless they have passed extensive physical and medical exams. That way we don’t have to put up with humpalumps telling us we should all be fit and healthy, but instead have fine physical specimens. If they end up having no clue how to run a country, we’ll be no worse off, but at least we’ll have politicians that we can mentally undress.

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