As roadwork’s start at the Foxdenton development on the same morning Oldham Labour Council lauds it’s green policies to the Britain In Bloom judges let me just clarify why the Foxdenton area has been sacrificed and identify how it is part of Jim McMahon’s discriminatory socialist policies which reward the Oldham wards that contribute the least & cost the most in return for their votes. With the exception of the LGBT community & the disabled, neither of which qualify for priority programme funding in Oldham, all other so called socially excluded groups socially exclude themselves whether that be the authoritarian religious communities or the masses of Oldham scruffs who live in multi-generational squalor considering a large family to be their right and everybody else’s responsibility.
Oldham’s spiraling unprecedented child population is concentrated in just seven wards, when these wards are excluded from figures the other thirteen Oldham wards have the same average percentage of children as the England average. The excluded seven wards have an average of 47% more children than the England average. Between the financial years 2011/12 & 2012/13 the average tax credit payment in Oldham increased by 18%. So either the relentless increase in external migrants with children arriving in Oldham and the exodus of families North from the South driven by benefit rent caps and inter-council agreements is adding to Oldham’s entrenched benefit subsidised demographics or the Conservatives felt generous last year and awarded an 18% increase.
These are statistical facts the comment is based on the fact and the fact is sacrificing one area because of another’s inability to self-regulate and become a sustainable asset as part of the whole is completely immoral.