The decision to return a kidnapped baby to his mother is the story of the day, maybe of the week, maybe of the month, and maybe of the year. I wish her every success in her civil action against those responsible. In April, the target for working-class children to be taken from their brood mares and farmed out to New Labour stalwarts will finally be abolished. But until today, I had assumed that things would nevertheless carry on as before. Now, though, I am not so sure.
It is of course far easier to place babies for adoption. But the powers that be, now effectively an occupying power in disenfranchised working-class communities (as throughout the countryside, for example), need to make up their minds. Do they want childless couples to able to adopt babies whose parents cannot (as there will always be some who cannot) take care of them? Or do they want most women of childbearing age to be poisoning themselves in order to be available for the constant sexual gratification of men, and one in three to undergo at least once a very highly invasive form of surgery which is nevertheless now literally more common than having a tooth pulled? They cannot have both.
More specifically, do they want ethnic minorities and the working class to be (as has always been both the intention and the effect) aborted, contracepted and sterilised out of existence, thereby killing off the electoral base of the Left? Or do they want those groups to provide a regular supply of infants for allocation to their voluntarily sterile betters?