People may wonder as to the effects of living long term in a Nanny state.
A recent survey by the British Chambers of Commerce gives a pretty clear picture of the effects and dangers of Nannyism.
The survey revealed that British companies are hiring record numbers of migrants, because the bosses have a 'shockingly low opinion' of local British workers.
The survey asked 300 small and medium-sized businesses:
"What reasons do you have for employing migrant workers?."
The answer was loud and clear, migrant workers have "a better work ethic" and are "more productive".
British workers lack the "required skills", and there is a short supply of local "candidates with required experience."
David Frost, director general of the business lobby group, said:
"It is troubling that so many businesses
do not want to employ British workers.
The UK's chronic skills shortage must be addressed
by the Government and reform of the school curriculum
is needed to ensure that young people
enter the workforce with the necessary skills
and the right attitude to get on at work."
Phil Inness, managing director of Axis Electronics, said:
"Around 20% of our workforce is Polish.
In three years of employing from eastern Europe,
we haven't had one negative experience.
The only concern I have is that at some point
they might want to go home."
Relying on Nanny to look after you, dulls your wits and makes you lazy. It is as simple as that.