The Curmudgeon


Monday, April 15, 2013

A Different Cast of Mind

Thanks no doubt to the evils of multiculturalism, many British Asians have so badly failed to assimilate into modern British culture that they plan to agitate in Parliament Square for legal protection against discrimination on the grounds of caste. There are between twenty and fifty thousand people in the country who are classed as lower-caste on the Asian system; and a report commissioned by the Government three years ago gave evidence of discrimination and harassment in schools, workplaces and services, doubtless eliciting much good-natured mirth from the Conservative Party. Since that time, of course, the Bullingdon Brahmins have assiduously gone about their self-appointed task of turning immigrants, the unemployed and the working poor into socially designated untouchables. Nevertheless, the idea that those who are born poor should stay poor, and should be despised by those luckier than themselves, is apparently still considered objectionable by certain people of the Hindu persuasion; which just goes to show how disturbingly alien and out-of-touch they are.


  • At 10:25 pm , Anonymous Madame X said...

    While they're at it maybe they could put in a good word for the rest of you lower caste Britons.

  • At 11:27 pm , Blogger Philip said...

    The day it becomes illegal to discriminate on the grounds of poverty will be the day poverty is replaced with something worse.


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