With a hangover.
Saying that critics of Workfare are, ‘disgracefully anti-capitalist,’ might wash with the thick, out there in the tyranny of the oblivious, but it doesn’t really work, does it?
If, presumably, you believe in capitalism not as a stage of Marxist economics but as a standalone system, you’d think that it was good we could pay everyone in order to stimulate the economy. Workfare doesn’t do that, what with it meaning the unemployed work for free.
But hang on a moment! Perhaps Chris Grayling really is a Marxist. Why else would he be arguing for the concentration of wealth at the top while increasing production?
Oh my God. I’ve cracked it. We’re through the looking glass here. Either Chris Grayling doesn’t realise he’s said something incredibly stupid, or we’re in a middle of a Marxist coup carried out by the subtlest group of leftists we’ve ever seen, pushing capitalism until breaks, ushering a great new era of socialism to the fore as people revolt against this disgraceful state of affairs.