Friday, January 12, 2007

Mock the afflicted

Speaking from within Tony Blair's Model Nanny State, Owl's aren't wise on the swelling mass of "victims" rushing in to claim a portion of your ration:

Anybody who has ever seen a Down's Syndrome person doing a good job with painstaking care in an environment which can only be a challenge, will need no second reminder to treat people like these with a light touch, a pleasant air of collaboration in their dare against appalling odds to lead a normal life.

Don't mock the afflicted.

But wait! What's this? You can rely on the fact that self-serving campaigners (social reformers) will have seen our moral largesse, and whenever they see such a thing, their minds spin violently and they formulate dozens of new plans, all designed to deliver our consciences into their 'disinterested' hands for exploitation and enslavement.
So when they hear "Don't mock the afflicted", what do they do?
They produce ever greater legions of 'disabled' allies, creatures that can count on our sympathies even as they invade and destroy our minds.

[..] How can we fight this?
Morally and practically.

Mock the afflicted.
This counter-revolutionary piece of propaganda has been cross posted at Dust my Broom


Little Big Man said...

Bloody brilliant!

Fenris Badwulf said...

I am glad you posted this. It made me cry, of course.

Mocking the infirm is a great way to raise consciousness about diversity and the entitlements of multi-culturalism.

Anonymous said...

I fully agree with any attempt to mock the weak and disabled so long as we can have a good laugh about Jews and Gypsies into the bargain.