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‘Extract from the ‘Flaming Sword Of Eden’ (The newspaper formerly know as ‘The
Daily Truth’) Dateline: January 3 2017





“UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS OUT BY DECEMBER - WOMEN TO BECOME
HOMEMAKERS ALLOWING 100% EMPLOYMENT OF MEN”



‘As another new year heralds the approach of Utopian Britain as promised by our glorious
leader River Jones, the Ministry Of Employment have decided, with the PM’s approval, that all
Unemployment Benefit will cease to exist by the end of this year. Tom Smith, Minister of
Employment said today,


“Women will be actively encouraged to leave employment and return to their essential
work of homemaking. During the next twelve months, we will offer choices of employment to
men that will make optimal use of their skills, qualifications and experience. One very important
project, ‘Homes For The Homeless’ will require man power in towns and cities around the
country, where pre-fabricated, comfortable homes are to be erected to supplement CS citizens’
now mostly empty housing estates.”


The Flaming Sword Of Eden thoroughly endorses yet another bold and enterprising
campaign to restore Britain to its former eminence and position as world leader.’



Sheila Dunn picked up the leaflet that had been posted through her letter-box and read
with tired resignation.



“WOMEN - YOU HAVE A STAKE IN THE ‘NEW HOPE FOR UTOPIAN BRITAIN’


CAMPAIGN - A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM OUR LEADER AND FRIEND PM


RIVER JONES



‘Women are no longer required to work, since their duty is to be at home and help
re-create the nuclear family concept. Menopausal women, with children over the age of sixteen
may stay in employment as long as they do not occupy a man’s job. Single women, over the age
of forty and not yet menopausal but unlikely to be married and therefore childbearing, may also
remain in employment with the same conditions as menopausal women, this ruling also applies to
single under-forty, menopausal women Women over sixteen years of age, but under thirty, not yet
mothers, single and not yet in a relationship should apply to a dating agency as soon as possible.


Women over thirty and mothers should remain at home carrying out the essential task of
homemaking, this rule also applies to women under thirty, over eighteen and mothers. A wife and
mother is also expected to make herself as attractive as possible to her husband after he has
finished a tiring day at work, but be sensitive to his needs of refreshment and comfort in the
evening. I know all loyal British women will co-operate in this new initiative to create a Utopia
for our children, and our children’s children. I thank you,





Your friend and Prime Minister







River Jones ’



Printed By The Ministry For Employment And Re-Education.”



“Should make his lordship happy.” she muttered, “If he can make sense of it, which I
doubt - stupid bugger.”


She took the missive through to the kitchen where her lord and master munched on
breakfast cereal, when he’d finished, he guzzled lukewarm tea, belched and read the leaflet,


“What’s it mean?” he queried


“They’re making sure there’s plenty of jobs for you to go for.”


“Me, work? I can’t work wiv my erm,” he struggled to recall his latest ailment, “back?”


“Lemme find the doctor’s note, oh yeah, ‘ere it is. No - it’s your gammy leg, this time.”


“Yeah, well, wotever.”


“Gaz - don’t you understand? You’ll ‘ave to work. They’re stopping Unemployment
Benefit at the end of the year, completely.”


“Oh yeah, so they say - they wouldn’t bleedin’ dare.”


“Read the Daily Sport lately, ‘ave yer? No, ‘cos it don’t exist no more. They shut down
the newspapers inside a soddin’ year, Gaz.”


His eyes showed fear, real fear for the first time, as he realised Sheila was right. He’d
voted for them as well. Helped to vote the Christian Nationalists into power, campaigned for
them, joined the CNP Youth, then the CNP proper when he turned sixteen. They’d couldn’t do
this to him.


He pulled on his hoody, grabbed a fiver off the dresser shelf.


“Oi, that’s the bloody milk money, we’re a week behind as it is.” Sheila snarled


“I suppose I’m going to spend a day wivout any smokes, then?”


“Wouldn’t ‘urt yer.”


“Don’t be so soddin’ stupid. I’ve gotta ‘ard day ahead o’ me. Jobseekers Office first, then
I gotta talk to the CNP lot in town. They can’t stop me benefits, ‘ow am I gonna live. Huh, I
show them lot.”


Sheila watched him leave, shook her head and whispered, “What, Gaz,? What are you
gonna show ‘em, eh? Nuffink, that’s what. Hope you remember to limp.”

End of Part 1











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In five hundred years time, most of us will be forgotten dust. But Hitler will still be remembered, God loves irony.


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by Ogg

Witty
Hi Ogg,
I have to admit that when I first started reading this, I thought it was going to be some kind of strange rant on the inferiority of women. But I really liked it. I have an uncle who could use such a jolt; guy's been on welfare for over twenty years. Good job. Quick read. Can't wait to read more.
~Pier

( Posted by: pierangeli [Member] On: June 23, 2004 )

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This is turning out to be very interesting. Will look for following installments.

Nae

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: June 24, 2004 )

Hardhat zone
Love it but you need a hardhat and flak vest. When you do put out the book save me a copy please. Good luck and keep them coming.

( Posted by: chapter1 [Member] On: June 25, 2004 )

Reminds...
Me of the wonderful plots within the series Coronation Street...

Talented you are...


( Posted by: daprdan [Member] On: June 25, 2004 )

Coronation Street???!!
Aaaaaaagh! You may have gathered, Dan, I'm not fond of all soaps. Thanks for the 'talented' comment, though and for taking time to comment. According to an anon. email I'm a 'bad writer' - then they expect me to open the accompanying attachment? doh. If I get any emails from unrecognised peeps - out it goes. Pier - a strange rant hmm? Got to admit, I find potentially controversial titles do pull in more readers. Nae, thank you and look out for any installents in the 'Spec. Fiction' since they're all dealing with the same theme of a nazi-Britain. Finally, Christopher, I agree, hardhat and flak jacket definitely required.
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Paul the Ogg

( Posted by: Ogg [Member] On: June 26, 2004 )





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