Iain Duncan Smith: ‘Saving the Disabled from Useless Suffering’ (1/2)

Iain Duncan Smith has recently shed some Blair tears over disabled people in the UK.

However, believe it or not, most disabled people have been so arrogant and ungrateful as to repudiate his compassionate conservatism!

You know, for too long, the dysgenic community in the UK has been neglected by our government.

Let us never forget that in addition to perfectly normal, non-disabled people, there are also some Untermenschen among us, and this is simply too important to ignore.

No, it is absolutely unacceptable that we should merely leave the dysgenic community and its various individual integral synthetic components alone.

Such shameless neglect has caused a great deal of trouble in my nation.

No, let no-one ever be so cowardly and selfish as to assume that, as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone.

No… if you are an Untermensch, it would be extremely irresponsible to leave you alone. How dare we be so careless, and so indifferent to the public welfare? If there is one thing the Tories cannot ever be accused of, it is indifference and neglect!

Let me not be misunderstood. The problem of disability is a profoundly perplexing riddle, an urgently pressing question which demands a robust solution.

And we do not wish for any mere half-measures. We are not looking at a cynical market trade-off here; well, not much!

For, we, erm, ‘We,’ must be tough on genetic corruption, and tough on the causes of genetic corruption!

As a compassionate conservative, I simply cannot just sit there, and see the dysgenic community in such evident distress.

Awww! Now isn’t that sweet of you, Dunc! All in this together, hm?

Well, let’s see what you have to say in part two.

One hour and counting.

Numbers, numbers, numbers…

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