e other, Syd Vaughan's classical and realistic view of the ghettoised
streets of Birmingham, with emphasis on the half-baked, idiotic and downright environmental catastrophe of the proposed 20mph asco, which will somehow shunt the city of Birmingham into an even more laughing stock bracket than it already is.
The debate, such as it is, has been ghettoised
by ideological fruitcakes who want past oppression to be vessels into which they can pour poisonous, stupid and confused ideas.
The Thatcherite and neo-Thatcherite Blair regimes have created an uncaring society where vulnerable and troubled people are thought to be surplus to requirements, and are sold off to be ghettoised
in other poor parts of the state.
Mr Cunningham challenged government notions that Remploy creates ghettoised
factories which segregate disabled people from mainstream employment.
"This was because we had ghettoised
many of these problems, keeping them out of sight of the middle-class majority.
However, reluctant to share power and pursuing a policy of Enosis (Union) with Greece, Greek Cypriots soon expelled Turkish Cypriots from power and terrorised and ghettoised
Gavin Cox, ward member for Splott, made his plea to stop parts of Cardiff becoming "ghettoised
", after the council's planning committee approved plans to knock down the Grosvenor Hotel.
"It is a symbol of something that is used to oppress women, it is a symbol of an increasingly divided Britain, and the real worry - and it isn't just aboutwhat peoplewear - is we are heading towards a situation where many of our cities are ghettoised
and there is even talk of Sharia law becoming part of British culture."
They say the clearance of many properties to make way for housing market renewal schemes (HMRI) has "ghettoised
" the area.
As he put it, it's "become ghettoised
deprivation" and "you're very unlikely to see anybody with a family which has got two parents, and your role models are likely to be gang leaders or drug dealers".
Do they all think they live in a Cheshire suburb and treating the Welsh language as an inconvenience to be ghettoised
Too many schools are ghettoised
and face insurmountable problems such as poverty, drugs, poor housing, ill health and violence.