Meet Sir Lord Chauncey Twitass

Monty Python sketch "Upper Class Twit of the Year"
Monty Python sketch “Upper Class Twit of the Year”

In studying British history, I keep running into the same guy with a different name, so I named him Sir Lord Chauncey Twitass.  Sir Chauncey is a hereditary landowner, a landlord (think about that word-Land Lord) and master of men. Why should Sir Chauncey find himself in this privileged position? Is he more deserving than the man upon whose sweat he flourishes?

Sir Chauncey answers with a resounding, “Yes.” Yes, he is more deserving. He is better in every way than the common sort. He is better genetically, intellectually and morally. The poor are poor because they are degenerates. Sir Francis Galton, the father of eugenics, made a chart proving that an upper class baby is worth 1,000 times more to the world than a lower-class baby, for example.

Since the poor are morally degenerate (you can tell this about them because they ARE poor) they should be punished; disciplined until they learn to behave better. It’s for their own good. Alternatively, the best thing may be to just let them die; let nature take its course. Keeping them alive with misguided, bleeding-heart charity is just prolonging the inevitable.

Do we see these ideas in the good ole’ U.S.A? Only every day. Mitt Romney was a Sir Lord Chauncey Twitass, American-style. Not a vulture capitalist-oh no-a job creator, a hero, better than the common sort-you know, that worthless 47%.

“There ain’t no war but the class war” after all, and Sir Lord Chauncey Twitass is still the commandant leading the charge in boardrooms, country clubs and yacht clubs all across our land.


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