- Wed Feb 14, 2007 4:52 pm
Public Sector: Although not part of the real world, this tax-funded alternative realm consists of useless lazy overpaid people like teachers, university lecturers, social workers, high level trade unionists, civil servants and politicians. These people either sit and fill out a plethora of quasi-legal paperwork or have a lengthy nap after drinking a magnum of champagne. They all have pensions worth £billions each and they all retire at 35.
However, there are a number of useful public sector workers, notably the police and those who work in prisons (of which there are too few). They are underpaid and work very hard and must be given sub-machine guns to make their jobs easier. The PC brigade and Neo-Labour banned the best public sector workers, executioners, when Tony Belligerent came to power in 1979. The barstard is still in power now.
Private sector This is made up of privately owned important businesses, such as those that manufacture and sell very important product and services as blotting paper, gentlemen's relish, mustard, string and 'Baby Einstein' DVDs (so you don't have to put up with kids' whingin'). It is vitally important that these weath creating organisations pay no tax and pay low level employees £2.75 per hour, as this is all these beggars need.