Although single mothers don’t automatically mean filthy ignorant feral underclass scum offspring, the vast majority of filthy ignorant feral underclass scum offspring spawn from single mothers.
A deputy head who sat on a Government taskforce aimed at improving behaviour in schools yesterday condemned a generation of modern parents as ‘uber-chavs’.
Ralph Surman said the parents of today’s pupils were themselves the children of the ‘first big generation of single mothers’ from the 1980s.
He claimed they – and in turn their children – have been left with no social skills or work ethic and may be impossible to educate.
Thanks the socialists in power. They are obviously trying to breed out intelligence and productivity in the British, maybe because they are trying to achieve this?
Mr Surman spoke out in response to figures unearthed by the Conservative Party, which show that the number of 16 to 24-year-olds who are not in education, employment or training – known as NEETs – is rising across Britain.
‘We must talk about a class of uber-chavs,’ he said.
‘They are not doing anything productive and are costing taxpayers a fortune.
‘It is very difficult, almost impossible, to take these people now and provide basic social and work ethic skills.
‘The offspring of the first big generation of single mothers were children in the 1980s.
‘Now they are adults with their own children and the problems are leading to higher crime rates and low participation in the labour force.’
Of course they are. The massive rise of out of wedlock births, divorces (most of which are initiated by women) and the automatic right of women to get custody leads to this.
But Norman Wells, from the Family Education Trust, said that, while many single mothers do an ‘excellent job’ raising their children, ‘we cannot close our eyes to the evidence which shows that, on average, children fare better in terms of health, education and future career prospects when they are brought up by a mother and father who are committed to each other for life in marriage’.
Official figures obtained by the Tories last month showed that the number of people aged 16 to 24 not in employment, education or training had leapt by 94,000 to 850,000 between 2003 and 2007.