Working Class

The working class should be understood to mean drudges in offices as well as manual workers. Nowadays it covers dole bludgers, the third generation who have never had legal jobs and see no point in bothering. 

Working Class ex Wiki
The working class (also labouring class, proletariat, or laboring class) is the class of people employed for wages, especially in manual or industrial work.[1] Working-class jobs include blue-collar jobs, but also include large amounts of white-collar and service work. The working class relies on earnings from wage labour, thereby including a large majority of the population in industrialized economies, of the urban areas of non-industrialized economies, and also a significant number of the rural workforce worldwide.

In Marxist theory and socialist literature, working class is often used synonymously with the term proletariat, and includes all those who expend either mental or physical labor to produce economic value, or wealth in non-academic terms, for those who own the means of production. It thus includes knowledge workers and white-collar workers who work for a salary.[2] Since wages can be very low, and since the state of unemployment is by definition a lack of independent means of income generation and a lack of waged employment, the working class also includes the extremely poor and unemployed, which are sometimes called the lumpenproletariat. [ sic - try Lumpenproletariat - Ed. ]


Lumpenproletariat ex Wiki
Lumpenproletariat is a term that was originally coined by Karl Marx to describe that layer of the working class that is unlikely ever to achieve class consciousness and is therefore lost to socially useful production, of no use to the revolutionary struggle, and perhaps even an impediment to the realization of a classless society.[1] The word is derived from the German word Lumpenproletarier, a word literally meaning "miscreant" as well as "rag". The term proletarian was first defined by Marx and Friedrich Engels in The German Ideology (1845) and later elaborated on in other works by Marx. The Marxist Internet Archive writes that " this term identifies the class of outcast, degenerated and submerged elements that make up a section of the population of industrial centers" which include "beggars, prostitutes, gangsters, racketeers, swindlers, petty criminals, tramps, chronic unemployed or unemployables, persons who have been cast out by industry, and all sorts of declassed, degraded or degenerated elements."[2]

Blair, Immigration, and the Betrayal of British Workers [ 10 February 2017 ]
By Gilad Atzmon
According to The Daily Mail [ see Tony Blair biography reveals PM's conspiracy to silence immigration debate ], PM Tony Blair conspired to flood Britain with immigrants in order to impose a Multicultural society on the Brits. Yesterday, the paper published a chapter from Tom Bower's explosive new biography of Tony Blair. The paper’s subtitle reads: “Conman Blair's cynical conspiracy to deceive the British people and let in 2 million migrants against the rules.”..........

If Tom Bower's account is correct then the criticism leveled by right wing ideologists and so-called ‘bigots’ against Labour and the left is valid. The Labour government that purported to care for the lower classes, implemented radical measures designed to destroy the cohesion of the working people and dismantle their political power.  Thanks to Blair and his Labour government, the British working classes have been reduced to a workless under-class!
Tom Bower [ ex Bauer? ] is a first class biographer and like Gilad Atzmon a Jew who tells the truth. He confirms what I have been saying about Blair, money, Jews and Treason.