The Ant, the Grasshopper, and the Government
... and so the grasshopper faced a winter of discontent and deprivation. So he appealed to the government for relief. The government applied its theory of social justice to the situation and demanded half the ant's store of food to redistribute to the poor grasshopper. When the ant protested that he had done all the work he was condemned as greedy, uncompassionate, and a grasshoppaphobe. Thus bullied into submission the ant relinquished half his accumulated food.
Now, you might think the story is over and the unfortunate grasshopper was saved and all lived happily ever after. Not so because the government had borrowed the ant's food savings and repaid it with morsels only half as big under its food inflation plan. So both the grasshopper and the ant starved to death, but the government lived happily ever after.
Or so it thought it would. Having killed the ant there was no-one left to gather food for the following winter. And no matter how many times they cut the food morsels in half to double food the supply they eventually ran out anyway. But at least they were all multi-trillionaires when they died.
The moral of the story: Social justice creates lasting equality. In the end all are equally and eternally dead.
(William Tell will have to be flushed down the memory hole however)
Finally, an easy way to be for teaching so many the of underwives the value of social justice and why they to be doing so much of the work and I to be doing the reaping of such benefits.
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