Women’s rights and welfare as a tool of class war

Intelligent elites in Universities all over the West have been on a search for ways to increase the profit for the corporations and foundations that fund their research. This research has been undertaken in earnest since the early 1960s.

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It has often come under the guise of “rights” or of trying to increase motivation and therefor the production in workers. I have studied both in detail and the bedrock of both is deception. Deception as to the intention of policies or practices born out of this research and on the ground deception in so far as within the corporate environment the worker rarely knows the value of the product of his labour.

The left claim to be searching for an ideal society where everyone is an equal participant but their outlets promote a number of deceptions, often a lot more insidious and than the regular and more subtle deceptions employed in artful bargaining within ordinary capitalism.

Women’s rights in the workplace have displaced a huge slew of working class managers and reduced relative wages. The higher management positions are taken up by existing upper middle class networks who employ accents and postcodes rather than race or gender politics as a way of ingroup identification.

Welfare has the crushing effect of over taxing small businesses often operated by working class people into the ground whilst ensuring the welfare recipients stagnate at an absolute minimum of consumption, usually only emerging from this when their labour is absolutely crucial to upper middle class profit.

This is not to say that women’s rights or welfare are bad things but to say that in the right environment they are a tool of control for the elites who are aware of ways to make their policies fairer but choose not to in order to profit.

The right holds the answer to these questions in so far as the natural route of the economy, although imperfect is always fairer than the elite proposition as the elite will always conspire against the public good. So it is a case of either identifying ways to enhance working class mobility on the whole, rather than using distractions such a partial emancipation for ethnic groups and so forth. Labour say they are for the whole proletariat but only promote good wages for tiny sections of society whilst leaving the majority of the working class unrepresented.

 

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