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15 January 2008
Internal Colonialism Part Two
In July of last year The Exile reported on how working class children are being kidnapped by social work filth and then put up for forced adoption. These adoptions are being ordered by the so-called family courts which sit in secret and exclude the press. Needless to say, our children are being given to middle class cockroaches to raise as their own.

Tammy Coulter was one such case. That's her on the left of the photo, with her mother, Ivonne. Tammy, who was called Cheri-Louise in those days, was seized by social work filth and given to a middle class family to raise. Those people changed her name and told her that her parents had abused her.

However, Ivonne never stopped searching for her lost daughter and finally when Cheri-Louise/Tammy was 17 the two were reunited. Tammy then left the people who were holding her and returned to her mother.

This is one story that has a happy ending. A ending made even nicer by the fact that mother and daughter are suing the shit out of Nottingham Social World Filth. The problem with that is not that they will receive, we hope, a sum of money; it is that the individual filth who stole Cheri-Louise all those years ago will continue collecting their wages every month.

On the other hand, maybe not. These two very brave ladies have set up a campaigning group called Unity-Injustice to give the social work filth the one thing that they cannot stand: publicity. They are highlighting case after case where our children have been seized, held in detention, and in many cases given away to cockroaches to raise as their own.

Cases like that of a 71 year old grandfather who has been sent to prison for two years for contacting his 15 year old grandson. The boy will have to be released from custody when he is 16, but the social work filth wanted to stop the grandfather publicising the fact that the lad had been abused whilst in their custody. They might have kept it a secret if it hadn't been for this new campaign.

The oxygen of publicity is the one thing that these creatures do not like. Let's give them plenty of it. Let's talk about Chris Smith who was told that he could not have his two sons back because he couldn't care for their emotional needs, whatever the fuck that means. It doesn't mean anything of course. It is a meaningless phrase put out by social work filth to show working class people who is in charge. As I said last year, the social work filth:
. . . are taking our children into care on spurious grounds and even when we prove our innocence, we find that they are being put up for adoption. Our women are seen as little more than brood mares, the providers of children for barren women or men who cannot get it up - the middle class in other words.

What we need to do is to start making these actions the focus of our resistance. Community groups need to be formed to defend an estate's children. The resistance needs to be community based, thus to draw on the collectivist tradition that is at the root of working class political action.
Unity-Injustice is a step on the road to that aim. Let's give them all the support that we can!

Postscript: I have stuck a permanent link up for Unity-Injustice on my right sidebar. This posting is also linked to from that same sidebar.



You know what you need to do if you want guaranteed C1C2 and DE Aldermen on councils, and Tribunes with powers over Parliament, among so much else.

So, we can sign you up, then?

15 January 2008 at 17:20  

No, and for two reasons:

1. I do not believe in cross-class alliances.

2. Your little idea seems to have more to do with rolling back the Reformation than with anything else. Sorry, but I have an Englishman's instinctive dislike for Popery.

15 January 2008 at 18:34  

Well, I don't know where you got the second bit from!

How cross-class it all was would depend on who signed it. And anyway, what, of, say, Attlee, not to mention Tony Benn?

15 January 2008 at 18:57  

The difference is that Attlee was a type, and Benn an aristocrat, who accepted that the economics of the situation were to be set by and for our benefit. In other words the producers got to consume a big chunk of their output and the middle class looked like it would vanish.

Today, as you can see from this posting, the aim is to treat us as if we live in Soweto, old South Africa. The parasitic middle class are the new colonial administrators.

Big difference.

15 January 2008 at 19:21  

So what would you do with those children genuinely being abused by their parents?

15 January 2008 at 22:29  

Same as we used to do in the UK, Present evidence in an open court and see is it amounts to a conviction.

However, given the number of children being taken into care now compared to a generation ago it looks to me as if this is class war at its vilest. Our women really are little more than brood mares for that human filth known as the middle class.

16 January 2008 at 01:14  

Why do you hate the middle class so much? If you had been a bit more succesful, would you not be middle class?

16 January 2008 at 15:49  

I linked to this campaign yesterday and got two comments (both anonymous, but one clearly from my part of the world and the other clearly from someone who knew my late father) making exactly the "kaffir" point. So it is obviously on plenty of people's minds.

Not least therefore, as to working-class representation, there is today, prompted by one of those comments, a long post on my blog entitled The People Into Parliament, and, in its own words, "non-exhaustive".

16 January 2008 at 16:52  

Why do you hate the middle class so much? If you had been a bit more succesful, would you not be middle class?

Luke, Exile is middle class. When he emigrated to Mexico, do you think he looked for a solid proletarian job picking fruit, or working in a factory?

Of course not. He became a history professor. Can you imagine anything more middle class than that? And why emigrate to a third world country in the first place? Sure, the climate is nice, and the people have a joy de vivre that is probably lacking in his native Manchester (that's putting it mildly!) But the main reason is that as a white European he is immediately in receipt of a leg-up into the higher echelon's of society.

He has now diversified into internet entrepreneurship. In effect he has become an advertiser for all the seedy services and scams that are usually rejected by respectable advertisers in the mainstream. Talk about the unacceptable face of capitalism.

Once again what all this demonstrates is that the root of Leftist thinking is self-loathing, and socialists are almost universally gross hypocrites. Perhaps Ken will get his come-uppance one day. Maybe a middle class "scumbag" doctor will refuse to treat him in a hospital when he is afflicted with some ailment. Or a middle class "scumbag" computer engineer will refuse to fix his website's server when it goes down. Perhaps the Mexican prolatariat will rise up and deal with the Mexican middle classes, including Exile, in the way that he so clearly relishes with respect to the British middle classes. We can hope, can't we?

16 January 2008 at 17:17  

It's nice to see that neither of you gives a stuff about our children. That's good, actually, because it confirms what I think that the days of the cross class alliance really are over.

The answer to Luke's point is that cockroaches consume resources that I want for us. Capitalism cannot survive without these parasites, so destroy them and the war is over.

The answer to Montaq is that he'll feel better after a nice long wank.

16 January 2008 at 19:24  

The answer to Montaq is that he'll feel better after a nice long wank.

I'm not sure how you getting your calloused prole hands on my todger is going to make me feel any better, but I'm as broadminded as the next guy and willing to give it a try if you are. If nothing else, your offer to give me a "happy ending" nicely illustrates what is the correct and natural relationship between the two classes we represent!

16 January 2008 at 20:01  

A wank is self administered...

16 January 2008 at 20:29  


I missed your comment the first time around - sorry about that - it is the most interesting.

There is no campaign as such. I am just one bloke living on his uppers, and I don't have any connection with any political bodies back home.

I try themes out and if the likes of these tossers who have commented on this posting start giving it gob then I tend to think that it might play well with ordinary people who don't have their noses jammed us the gaffer's arsehole.

I do honestly think that a campaign directed against the social work industry would play very well indeed, but it needs the one thing that we lack back home: a working class party

16 January 2008 at 21:05  

So if you see politics, or society, or whatever, as a battle between the working class and the middle class, then how does it feel, Exile, to have had your class thoroughly, monstrously beaten? Maybe the middle class were just better? Maybe the working class were subservient for a reason?

(I don't believe either of these things, by the way - I just see them as inevitable conclusions if one accepts the Exile's axioms)

16 January 2008 at 21:44  

Er, I don't. The class enemy consists of the owners of capital, as it always has. What I say is that their system cannot survive unless a country has a large, parasitic middle class that sucks up to the capitalist class. Destroy those arse-lickers and capitalism will fall.

To take your second wank, as I look around the world I do not see defeat. What I see are peoples across the globe who are giving a serious shagging to types like you.

Venezuela, Bolivia, Iraq - the list is long: are you seriously trying to tell me that scum are doing well in those countries or that capitalism is thriving?

As for the UK, I am just waiting for the next credit crunch to watch how the cockroaches will howl when their fucking houses are repossessed. Most of my family and friends live in council houses: trust me they and I are going to have a laugh.

16 January 2008 at 22:51  

A wank is self administered...

Like your blog?

It's pretty clear from your comments that you haven't realised that the UK has moved on since you left in the early 1980s. The people most affected by rising mortgage rates will be those working class people, millions of them, who have bought their own homes.

Is there a BBC Mexico? Does it show this? It would seem to be right up yur street, Ken :)

16 January 2008 at 23:45  

Dickhead... I moved to Mexico in 1992, but moved back from 1994 to 1996. I then spent every winter over there until my father died in 1997. I know spend two months every year over there, usually in spring.

Nothing has changed.

17 January 2008 at 04:11  

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