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The American Social Class System – Does It Exist?

I think in the US there is a tendency to view the working class differently. There is a national attitude that makes, certainly service workers, often very proud of what they do. That is something the UK could learn from the US actually.

Go in a some stores in the UK and you will likely be met with a sullen person working a minimum wage job who would rather be some place else (to see that amplified by ten, go to Russia). And it shows on their face.

In the US, amongst the native English speakers at least, there is way more enthusiasm. More of a pride in what they do. Because American society seems to encourage appreciation of workers more. Indeed, songs are written that support that.

I suppose this why some Americans seem very defensive on this subject, and prone perhaps to infer superciliousness on the part of the asker when none is intended. Continue reading

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From Russia Without Love: How thousands of lonely British men are being ruthlessly fleeced by a Russian ‘e-mail brides’ racket

“From Russia Without Love: How thousands of lonely British men are being ruthlessly fleeced by a Russian ‘e-mail brides’ racket” was an article recently featured in the UK Daily Mail.

It was penned by PAUL BRACCHI and HELEN CROYDON. Well, we don’t know who “Helen Croydon” is, but we can bet she is an English feminist hack who is a tad overweight and is jealous of Russian and former Soviet Union women.

We also don’t know who “Paul Bracchi” is but with that surname he isn’t English, so how can he write from an English perspective? Continue reading

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