Work and Pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith has said that people should not think that they are too good to work for free in supermarkets on the governments back to work scheme. He told the Andrew Marr program this morning that the government would be appealing the High Court ruling that the scheme contravened Human Rights.
"We have a situation where under the last Labour Government people of low birth were allowed to attend university if they academically met the grade. We have put a stop to this by making a University education unaffordable for these people. A lot of educated people have gone to the US and Australia but there are still a few." He said.
"These are people from council estates and in our new order they can't work in the field they are qualified for. We will not let the Job Center even suggest them for these jobs. They have to learn that if they were born in the slums they will die in the slums. People like that should not be able to even travel more than five miles from where they were born."
Asked about how the government planned keep people in check Mr Duncan Smith said a series of ghettos was to be built.
A spokesman for the Liberal Hypocrites said "We of course agree with everything Mr Duncan Smith said. We all want to keep our free cars and government pensions. You cannot have aspiration if you are not of the elite. We know that now."