I Am So Tired of Being Blamed and Punished For Something I Didn't Do
I have just read a story in the MSM about how the killing spree in Glasgow in which six people where murdered was sparked by the ill treatment of the refugee by the UK Government.
The guilty party had been placed in a three star hotel with all his daily meals included. Apparently this was an act of inhumanity by the UK GOV. Really ?
I am a British national and I was living, legally, in another European country which also bends over backwards for asylum seekers and illegal immigrants.
For fifty years I have paid into social security in two different countries. Shortly before the Corona Virus arrived I became seriously ill. But because of the virus I was refused treatment and threatened with punishment if I left my home to seek a remedy to my health problems.
Not only that, I was put out of work and I was not offered any type of support whatsoever. Not money, not food, not accommodation, nothing. No government agency went running to save me.
I became a seriously ill, virtual prisoner in an apartment I could not afford. I had no money even for water or electric. THAT was a gross act of inhumanity.
Did I get angry about this ? Yes, of course I did, who wouldn’t. Did I go out and kill six innocent people because of this government mistreatment ? No,I most certainly did not.
I saw my predicament as my problem and my problem only. It wasn’t a problem of my making, but it was my problem. I took ownership of the problem. And I resolved that problem in a perfectly civilised way.
I left that country and sought help in another which treated me with the degree of human decency I was entitled to. A country that owed me nothing. It is now my intention to repay that help by doing the decent thing by that country.
Yes, I got help in the end, but most definitely not from where I was entitled to help. And maybe that is because all available resources in those other countries are being used to help people who have never ever contributed a single cent to the system. People who only seek to show their gratitude by killing members of the indigenous population.
Am I hard hearted about those in need from other countries ? No actually I am not. I just happen to think that charity begins at home and that those in need who have spent their entire lives paying into the system should be at the head of the line.
If any government had placed me in a three star hotel with full board, food, water, electric at my time of dire need I would have been overjoyed. I would not have seen that as just cause for going on a killing spree stabbing six people to death. I guess it's true what they say, no favour goes unpunished.
I am tired of being marginalised in favour of people who express their gratitude for the help they have been gifted by going out to slaughter innocent people en mass.
I am tired of being told that I am a highly privileged person who has no cause at all for complaint when I have every reason to complain.
I am tired of bleeding heart liberals pointing the finger of blame at me and my kind for all the ills of the world.
I am tired of people trying to put me on a guilt trip for something I didn't do. Tired of being expected to atone for the sins of others long since dead.
I personally, nor members of my family had anything at all to do with the past misdemeanours of those who abused others. Indeed, we were as abused every bit as were those others.
Some sort of madness has gripped the world and it seems it is determined to tear it apart. And it is not the corona virus nor any other infectious biological disease, but it is a madness all the same.
We really do live in very strange times indeed.