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I found this to be an interesting report into the increasingly dysfunctional UK family;

A shocking culture of criminality at the heart of Britain’s most feckless families who think nothing of having children they cannot afford is laid bare today. A hard-hitting report on 120,000 problem households reveals that those responsible for antisocial behaviour feature a high incidence of incest and sexual abuse, physical violence and a spiral of alcohol abuse and crime. The study – by Troubled Families ‘tsar’ Louise Casey – has found that generations of the underclass shrug their shoulders and dismiss pregnancies as ‘just happening’ even when their other children have been taken into care. Half of the families studied for the report had four or more children, while the national average is one family in ten.

So, what does it tell us we don’t know?

Well, there is a strata of people in British society who appear to have no concept of self respect and who have kids that they cannot take care of, assuming they have any interest in taking care of them, which it looks like they don’t. They parasite off welfare, behave abominably, and yet too many politicians and other bleeding hearts feel their pain. I tend to feel the pain of funding their fecklessness.

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7 thoughts on “OUR CHANGING CULTURE

  1. Being discussed right now on Radio 5Live with Nicky Campbell.

    The wife and I worked with children who came from exactly these kinds of backgrounds.
    As I mentioned before, the incredible thing is that the ordinary, law abiding taxpayer is being FORCED to pay for the costs of keeping these poor children in care.. On average about £180,000 per child per year.

    The cycle can be broken, but that involves making value judgements.
    And according to some, “who are we to judge other people’s lifestyles” Just keep paying your taxes friends..

  2. theres a frightening and sizeable underclass of animals being bred in both the UK and Eire, just wait until they rise up, the london riots was just a taste of what these feral sub-classes have to offer.

  3. “theres a frightening and sizeable underclass of animals being bred in both the UK and Eire”

    That’s no way to refer to the ATW community…

  4. Agit8ed,

    “the costs of keeping these poor children in care.. On average about £180,000 per child per year.”

    That’s a sobering statistic. Here’s another:

    “Children in care cost the taxpayer an average of £2,500 per child per week—more than four times what it would cost to send a child to Eton.”

  5. Richard,
    the thing is that some parts of our social care system are “growth industries” paid for by the taxpayer. In some cases the object is NOT to change these kids, but to empathize with them, to communicate the message that “society has failed you, NOT your parents”.
    You might be surprised, but I have witnessed the wanton destruction of a home and a classroom and equipment, all paid for by your taxes! -but allowed/condoned by workers and staff who justified this destruction on the grounds that “the children are working out their inner anger and hurt.”
    So more stuff has to be replaced, glaziers have to replace windows and roofers slates.
    That’s what I mean by a cynical social philosophy that helps nobody but provides work for a lot of people.

  6. ““Children in care cost the taxpayer an average of £2,500 per child per week—more than four times what it would cost to send a child to Eton.”

    Does this say more about Eton or the ‘care’ system. It condemns one as an utterly useless waste of time, and applauds the other as doing a worthwhile job. Which view you assign to which, will no doubt reflect your general pov.

    Seems to me that anything the government touches costs vastly more than anything similar provided by the private sector. It always has been thus, and always will be.

  7. Incest …educationally sub normal? I see where Labour is getting it’s voters from……

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