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To be expected from socialist/communists, like our current Fabian government.
Labour’s public sector spending has created a wave of ‘Soviet’ boroughs where around half the population depends on the state for work, figures revealed yesterday.
An analysis of council statistics showed that in ten areas more than 40 per cent of the workforce is employed in the public sector.
Many are deprived areas where the true dependency on the state will be far greater once benefit payments to those out of work are taken into account.
Top of the list compiled by the Centre for Economics and Business Research is Castle Morpeth, Northumberland, where – in an echo of the Soviet system where everyone was employed by the state and therefore owed their loyalty to the communist party – 57.1 per cent of jobs are in the public sector.
The research by CEBR, an independent consultancy, found that 1.3million jobs were created in health, education and public administration from 1998 to 2006, helping mask the loss of 1.1million manufacturing jobs.
Making people more dependent on the state and on foreign production/ corporations. All part of the ‘global interdependency’ plan from the politico-banker elite. Anything to destroy Britain’s ability to produce and provide for itself.
The North East dominates the list, with Castle Morpeth’s neighbouring borough of Wansbeck second with 47.5 per cent employed by the state and Durham third on 46.7 per cent.
The Government has based agencies and set up quangos such as One North East in the region to tackle unemployment caused by the decline of traditional industries such as coal mining.
Decline? I think they mean these industries were destroyed by the state.
Richard Dodds, a farmer and Tory councillor on Castle Morpeth borough and Northumberland councils, said: ‘I produce wheat and cattle but there are a lot of people who produce absolutely nothing.
‘Everything is about monitoring performances and going on courses. We’ve had an awful lot of white elephants and non-jobs created in the North East.’
A report in the Financial Times claimed two out of three jobs created since 1998 were in the public sector.
The bigger the state gets, the more people it employs. The more it employs, the more money it needs. Money that it forcibly taken off of taxpayers and ladeled out of the real economy. The state then increases taxation to pay for its socialist uptopia, driving the wealthiest out of the country and encouraging more to get state aid, as the cost to benefit ratio of working in a private sector changes for the worse. Eventually almost everyone is dependent on the state. With no taxpayers left to fund this ‘dream’, the country completely collapses. This WILL happen here if people don’t get clued up.
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