HOW TO BUILD A WOMAN

Rishi Sunak’s Housebarrassment: A Family Affair

There were rumours about what Sonal’s disease was, because of the secrecy around it. Guesses ranged from “a certain form of infantile tuberculosis” which gave rise to acute alarm to “one of her kidneys was missing.” She stinks constantly. While the incomprehensible silence of NHS reports gives free scope to the sensation mongers, personally I can ascribe Sonal’s ill health to the misfortune that so many residences of East London’s Indian, Pakistani and Bengali communities leave much to be desired from the the point of view of sanitary science.

More than 50% of British Pakistanis marry their first cousins and approximately 75% of Pakistanis marry first cousins in Bradford. This increases the chance of having a child born with a rare genetic disease. Children are ten times more likely to have a recessive genetic disorder. 1 in 10 suffer disabilities or rare genetic disorders affecting about 4-10 % of the British population. One third of children with a condition caused by recessive genes will die before turning 5. These rare genetic disorders range from Mucolipidosis Type IV, where the body cannot get rid of waste products properly, affecting every day brain functioning from vision to movement worsening over time, Propionic acidemia, or mild and severe kidney and liver problems resulting in kidney and liver problems or artificial kidney or liver replacement. Although these medical facts have been established the practice still continues.    

In the autumn of 2016 I caught tuberculosis from Sonal. I had to be carried out of the ambulance in a near unconscious state. My temperature rose, my heartbeat dropped and I started vomiting blood. Laying in pain, dark patches under my eyes, my body all distorted, the doctors and my family could do nothing. 

For years after I was screaming “God help me” “God give me strength” and begged nurses and my mother “please help me” “at least when I’m dead it won’t hurt anymore”. Unable and refusing to rest or eat, scared I would never wake up, how painful it was to experience such anxieties. My mother calls me “delusional” and rushes away from the hospital when she sees me scream. 

On the 1st June 2017 and 1st January 2019 a medical report announcing my addison’s disease and rheumatoid arthritis was published. While various sensation mongers announce my impending death, my health improves and doctors seem in utter consternation. Recurring episodes of illness, long recoveries and my inability to obtain my now life dependent medicines however interfere greatly with my life within the UK.

As someone who suffers now with a kidney autoimmune but not recessive metabolic disorder and rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 26 after contracting tuberculosis from someone who has potentially recessive genes I see the government and their lack to do anything regarding a foreign policy to protect not only British nationals but British foreigners and foreigners too, as utterly disgusting. 

The Conservative party has mainly operated pragmatically and reactively, adjusting policy to contemporary fashion, showing an unconservative openness to novel techniques in electoral campaigning and generally behaving as if winning power was more important than anything done with it afterwards. 

While the ‘normal’ news reports that the NHS are over stretched, NHS doctors and dentists are actually on strike, refusing to give patients on a tenth of their income their prescriptions and medication, refusing to do routine procedures and now charging, or referring you to a colleague who charges more than ten times the amount for the same procedure forcing patients to go abroad due to indeterminate waiting lists and an inability to even purchase these medicines or treatments through private health insurance.

While many of our NHS doctors and dentists are from Pakistan, India or Bangladesh, there is a secrecy around these matters and thus social division and the provocation of foreigners the normal and permanent consequence.

Photo From, The British Library, Black History Album, The Way We Were, Femme Fatale, The Black Victorians, 1890’s

CRISIS OF OF AUTHORITY: THE BREXIT TRIALS: REPORTING THE NEWS

Often, simultaneously, news and media propagandised on behalf of various parties to the developing conflict.

News and newspapers have thus encouraged an unprecedented wide and deep sense of civic duty and involvement, and arguably have also had the effect of hardening factional differences.

The news and newspapers have provided eyewitness, or what purported to be eyewitnesses, accounts of ‘the guilty fives’ trials and execution very shortly after they occurred.

In 2018, many in Parliament who had initially wanted to restrict the Conservative party’s powers, hesitated to remove them from their seats; they favoured a negotiated end to hostilities.

Yet the powerful leaders of the British Army and British national security, were convinced that ‘the guilty five’ were a threat to a reorganised commonwealth as well as the constitutional monarchy.

Even if ‘the guilty five’ dealt with their opponents on good faith, which we all doubted, they would be a constant rallying point for opposition to their policies.

Conceivably, the ‘Brexit’ war would never be over.

jennifercmbutler90August 15, 2018UncategorizedEdit

The following account of ‘the guilty fives’ trial and execution are excerpted from newspapers and radio broadcasting both the most important literary forms of communication during the Brexit years.

In England the reportage of these current events originated when anxiety over the nation’s entanglement in what would become the ‘Brexit’ years on the continent generated a demand for English news.

In addition, in December 2017, a few enterprising individuals provided handwritten reports of court and parliamentary goings-on, to wealthy individuals in the provinces, these were technically considered private letters, although they sometimes circulated several hundred paid subscribers.

Yet even these modest ventures were always on legally shaky ground.

The writing of domestic news, or commentary thereon, was strictly prohibited and censored by the Conservative party.

In 2017, censorship collapsed just when many people urgently wanted information about the momentous events transpiring in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The result was in fact, the opposite to what the Conservative Party wanted: the explosive development of both printed and online news.

Most writers and journalists remained anonymous, though in some cases the identity of the authors was an open secret.

The inexpensive and free access to online news, has given a broad spectrum of readers access to information about English politics and current events.

jennifercmbutler90August 15, 2018UncategorizedEdit

The trials of Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, Priti Patel and David Davies.

Most of the writers and journalists who published during the ‘Brexit’ years, 2016-2022, registered in some way their responses to the conflicts swirling about them.

Many of the ‘radical voices’ of Brexit were muted, but the Brexit years have left a lasting imprint upon English politics, literature, art and culture.

‘Brexit’ and the issues over which it was fought shadow this.

This section seeks examples of several kinds of writing that flourished during Brexit and its immediate aftermath: the journalistic reporting of current events; political theory; and careful descriptions of contemporary history, personal experience, and individual character.

These examples demonstrate a variety of ways in which writers might respond to the disturbing and exciting developments around them: by reporting the details of dramatic, unprecedented occurrences; by analysing the political and social problems posed by the conflict; by ruminating upon the character of great men; by seizing new opportunities for autobiographical reflection.

These also include calls for a new Prime Minister and a new government.

They established journalism as as a dominant literary medium, especially for the description and analysis of everyday life. They have initiated a tradition of apparently ordinary people bearing witness in writing to extraordinary events.

They have established a tradition of overtly political, often ambitious literary writing without which it is hard to imagine the work of Brexit.

Yet often such writers addressed the conflict only obliquely.

jennifercmbutler90August 15, 2018UncategorizedEdit

This is the recital of pure facts.

A vote of 37% of an electorate majority cannot unfortunately mandate major constitutional change.

Our government is behaving in ways which are unacceptable, both politically and constitutionally.

The hung parliament on the 6th June, 2017 is simply a confirmation of this. 

Excluding expatriates from the EU referendum franchise vote, if they have not been resident in the UK for more than 15 years, is contrary to their rights under the EHCR.

Tenuously clinging to a deal with the DUP, is a violation of the Good Friday Peace Agreement. 

The hung parliament on the 6th June, 2017 was a rejection to Theresa May, her parliament and her Brexit too.

There is no democracy in a world whereby 37% of an electorate majority would mandate major constitutional change.

There is cleary no more opportune time than today, to re-invest trust in the state. 

Adopted by a rump parliament, following the dissolution of the Conservative party, the Labour Party can be used as a vehicle to renationalise the country. 

Photo From HOW TO BUILD A WOMAN

Photo From, The British Library, Black History Album, The Way We Were, Femme Fatale, The Black Victorians, 1890’s

THE GREAT HUMILIATION: The Cannabis Wars: Covid-19 Versus Government Gunman Deaths in Jamaica.

The unmanaged and unregulated trade of cannabis and the exploitation of the plant has not only destroyed the cannabis plant and its potency, meaning that similar to Genetically Modified crops which 100 years later only prove to have a fraction of the nutritional value compared to 100 years previously, but also the exploitation of the plant recently through Vape Shops and PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES trying to sell people a fraction of cannabis in a tablet or vape form, means the equivalent of 1G worth of cannabis has now inflated to be worth $1000 US dollars in Jamaica. This means the CANNABIS MARKET as informed by these PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES has led to inflation, poverty, huge discrepancies in wealth and ultimately the smuggling of weapons as a more lucrative form of payment and a potential DRUG WAR in Jamaica.

“A government who thinks they have everything under control, has nothing under control.” From, Mutabaruka, Cutting Edge, 2021.

“Shooting has gotten out of hand, there are so many guns about the place yet the police don’t even find 200 guns per month.” From, Mutabaruka, Cutting Edge, 2021.

“Covid-19 killed somewhere around 300 people from March 2020 to December 2020 in Jamaica, whilst gunmen killed 1000 people.” From, Mutabaruka, Cutting Edge, 2021.

“That’s about 3 times the amount killed by Covid-19.” From, Mutabaruka, Cutting Edge, 2021.

As a post colonial British Island, Jamaica thus gives us a very condensed yet concise synopsis of trade and power relations or should I say Race, Racism and unmanaged and unregulated capital, across the world.

92.1% of the population are Black, 6.1% Mixed, 0.8% East Indian, 0.4% Other, 0.7% Unspecified.

Meanwhile, cannabis has reached a ‘national shortage’ in Jamaica and the Jamaican Government say this is ‘a national embarrassment’ but the people who own these new ‘Vapeshops’ and PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES as we also know them in the UK, have fostered the inflation of cannabis meaning that 1 Gram of cannabis, is now worth the same as $1000 Dollars.

This makes sense, a pack of 0.1g CBD tablets for just over £55 pounds in Holland and Barrett has only a microscopic amount of tampered with and treated cannabis in it, for a significantly higher price.

1 gram of cannabis should only be and is only £10 GBP on the (still) black market here in the UK.

These colonialists are not only importing cannabis for GM crops in California to make the new and best Calli weed which costs more than 10 pounds per gram, about 25 euros, for pennies from Jamaica but have also through their ‘Vape Shops’ and PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES created a babel of destruction meaning the equivalent of 1 gram of cannabis which costs £10 GBP, is now the same as $1000 Dollars in Jamaica.

“Jenny it was like I was addicted to my job, I couldn’t stop”. Daniel explains to me how after having his first child at the age of 24, he felt forced to work packing drugs, rolling heroine into balls all night, until his fingers were bleeding and then wrapping it into pieces of plastic bag.

Daniel from London says he has “never been so stupid as to try heroine”, overworked, sweating in an over heated space, consistently and constantly breathing in the fumes of the drug, for many hours at a time, the heroine engrossed beneath the skin of his bleeding fingers, I explain how this made him high and addicted to his job.

All that Daniel wanted to do, was spoil his baby daughter. Somehow, he ended up spending 15 years in prison instead, lost his partner and 3 kids, just like what happened to his dad and mum before him who he still feels neglected by. I explain to Daniel that things were tough back then in the 1980’s women were not even aloud to collect their own benefits from the job centre until 1990 they had to get their husbands to collect the money for them, like many women, his mother had no real choice but to re-marry and I explain that she did it because she loved him and probably wouldn’t have done it if not for him. I tell Daniel he probably suffers, given what he has told me, with manic depression, a fear that someone is trying to take something that he has or can’t have all the time. He weight lifts and lifts weights 4 x heavier than myself. I hear him crying in the night. He cries more than me.

Although Daniel smashed my front door in, due to a lasagne and a half ounce, which turned out to be not even a lasagne but a ‘pasta bake’ and someone subsequently shit bagged his flat, for months after leaving my property, Daniel repeatedly calls me on a private number on my phone, but does not leave any message as such on voicemail, just noises, like he doesn’t know what to say. When I realise who it is, eventually I start answering my phone, put the phone on loud speaker, put it on my bed, next to my head and we listen to each other, just breathing. It’s comforting.

THE NEW GOLD STANDARD: PLEASE DO NOT ACCEPT ANYTHING OTHER THAN MONEY FOR CANNABIS.

Photo From, The British Library, Black History Album, The Way We Were, Femme Fatale, The Black Victorians, 1890’s

Photo From HOW TO BUILD A WOMAN
Photo From HOW TO BUILD A WOMAN

Council housing in Haringey under attack of mass sell off.

Defend our Homes, Defend our Communities! Resist the Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV) plans -Published in YS, 2017.

Five hundred people marched from Turnpike Lane Station to the Civic Centre in Wood Green on July 3rd to protest at the Labour council signing up to the HDV with a private company called Lend Lease. 

Haringey Council plans to destroy huge council estates such as Northumberland Park, Turner Avenue, Love Lane, Tunnel Gardens, Park Grove, Leabank and Lemsford, and Reynardson Court.

Haringey residents and supporters took collective action this week to say NO to the pulling down of £2billions worth of council homes and the entire communities that exist around them; including libraries and the Civic Centre, Broadwater Farm and Sky City as well as small businesses, through the HDV.

The HDV plan is a £2billion gamble to shift £2billion worth of public owned assets into the hands of a private corporation, in a public private partnership.

The HDV plan and the Haringey Council’s permission for demolition is set out to devastate entire communities.

This will force the slow but steady privatisation of housing and community services, service by service in Haringey.

This means housing and public services will only subsequently offer substandard services; charging extortionate rent that the council does not fully reimburse and that council tenants cannot afford.

They have even invented a new loan a ‘Discretionary Fund’, decided by officials but not by rules, for people who cannot afford to pay the rent difference.

Local residents and entire communities in Haringey are being ‘priced out of London’ one campaigner says. At the expense of local residents, a private corporation maximises its profit.

Photo From HOW TO BUILD A WOMAN

CRISIS OF OF AUTHORITY: THE BREXIT TRIALS: REPORTING THE NEWS

Often, simultaneously, news and media propagandised on behalf of various parties to the developing conflict.

News and newspapers have thus encouraged an unprecedented wide and deep sense of civic duty and involvement, and arguably have also had the effect of hardening factional differences.

The news and newspapers have provided eyewitness, or what purported to be eyewitnesses, accounts of ‘the guilty fives’ trials and execution very shortly after they occurred.

In 2018, many in Parliament who had initially wanted to restrict the Conservative party’s powers, hesitated to remove them from their seats; they favoured a negotiated end to hostilities.

Yet the powerful leaders of the British Army and British national security, were convinced that ‘the guilty five’ were a threat to a reorganised commonwealth as well as the constitutional monarchy.

Even if ‘the guilty five’ dealt with their opponents on good faith, which we all doubted, they would be a constant rallying point for opposition to their policies.

Conceivably, the ‘Brexit’ war would never be over.

jennifercmbutler90August 15, 2018UncategorizedEdit

The following account of ‘the guilty fives’ trial and execution are excerpted from newspapers and radio broadcasting both the most important literary forms of communication during the Brexit years.

In England the reportage of these current events originated when anxiety over the nation’s entanglement in what would become the ‘Brexit’ years on the continent generated a demand for English news.

In addition, in December 2017, a few enterprising individuals provided handwritten reports of court and parliamentary goings-on, to wealthy individuals in the provinces, these were technically considered private letters, although they sometimes circulated several hundred paid subscribers.

Yet even these modest ventures were always on legally shaky ground.

The writing of domestic news, or commentary thereon, was strictly prohibited and censored by the Conservative party.

In 2017, censorship collapsed just when many people urgently wanted information about the momentous events transpiring in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The result was in fact, the opposite to what the Conservative Party wanted: the explosive development of both printed and online news.

Most writers and journalists remained anonymous, though in some cases the identity of the authors was an open secret.

The inexpensive and free access to online news, has given a broad spectrum of readers access to information about English politics and current events.

jennifercmbutler90August 15, 2018UncategorizedEdit

The trials of Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, Priti Patel and David Davies.

Most of the writers and journalists who published during the ‘Brexit’ years, 2016-2022, registered in some way their responses to the conflicts swirling about them.

Many of the ‘radical voices’ of Brexit were muted, but the Brexit years have left a lasting imprint upon English politics, literature, art and culture.

‘Brexit’ and the issues over which it was fought shadow this.

This section seeks examples of several kinds of writing that flourished during Brexit and its immediate aftermath: the journalistic reporting of current events; political theory; and careful descriptions of contemporary history, personal experience, and individual character.

These examples demonstrate a variety of ways in which writers might respond to the disturbing and exciting developments around them: by reporting the details of dramatic, unprecedented occurrences; by analysing the political and social problems posed by the conflict; by ruminating upon the character of great men; by seizing new opportunities for autobiographical reflection.

These also include calls for a new Prime Minister and a new government.

They established journalism as as a dominant literary medium, especially for the description and analysis of everyday life. They have initiated a tradition of apparently ordinary people bearing witness in writing to extraordinary events.

They have established a tradition of overtly political, often ambitious literary writing without which it is hard to imagine the work of Brexit.

Yet often such writers addressed the conflict only obliquely.

jennifercmbutler90August 15, 2018UncategorizedEdit

This is the recital of pure facts.

A vote of 37% of an electorate majority cannot unfortunately mandate major constitutional change.

Our government is behaving in ways which are unacceptable, both politically and constitutionally.

The hung parliament on the 6th June, 2017 is simply a confirmation of this. 

Excluding expatriates from the EU referendum franchise vote, if they have not been resident in the UK for more than 15 years, is contrary to their rights under the EHCR.

Tenuously clinging to a deal with the DUP, is a violation of the Good Friday Peace Agreement. 

The hung parliament on the 6th June, 2017 was a rejection to Theresa May, her parliament and her Brexit too.

There is no democracy in a world whereby 37% of an electorate majority would mandate major constitutional change.

There is cleary no more opportune time than today, to re-invest trust in the state. 

Adopted by a rump parliament, following the dissolution of the Conservative party, the Labour Party can be used as a vehicle to renationalise the country. 

Photo From, HOW TO BUILD A WOMAN

THE BITTER CRY OF EAST LONDON: CORONAVIRUS AND THE PESTILENTIAL STATE OF HOUSING IN EAST AND NORTH LONDON

IS CORONAVIRUS THE ROOT OR THE CAUSE OF THIS (?) 

INTRODUCTION

I guess you could say there is no more promising sign in the society of today than the increased attention which is being paid to the house, the home, charity and BAME.

Of these it has never been entirely neglectful, otherwise it would cease to be a council. 

But to date it has only imperfectly realised and fulfilled its mission to the poor, the sick and BAME. 

With no more council housing left in London, laws must NOW be imposed on landlords, as we are starting to loose sight and are only able to scratch the surface of the darkest regions of poverty, misery, squalor and immorality. 

While I SHOULD probably charge a lot of money for this, I feel it would firstly not do this ‘project’ justice and totally goes against what HOW TO BUILD A WOMAN is all about, which is providing free journalism, that is not paid or sponsored by anyone as I feel this naturally, affects the liability of what you say but I would really appreciate a small donation to support the work and shit I have to go through regarding the ARSEHOLE BBC.

The second reason for this, is because a ‘cross party’ initiative is required.

THE CONDITION IN WHICH THEY LIVE

‘…Very few people who read this, will have any notion of what these pestilential human rookeries are…’

Eastham has a largely Indian, South Indian, Bengali and Sri Lankan population, some local schools are over 80% Begali.

The children often do not speak English as a first language when they first start school, so they are very shy.

The headteacher at this particular primary school is Indian himself, so he is very good at getting his staff to use dynamic learning techniques, to help the children become more confident to speak, as often they know what to say but are too shy to say it.

Sometimes a ‘thumbs up’ is good enough.

Overcrowding is also a problem in Eastham.

7 people or more in a 4 bedroom house is not uncommon.

An average of 2 people per 1 bedroom of this size, to live, work and stay, is insane.

This is WORSE that 100 years ago, during George Orwell’s excavation of Bethnal Green, Mile End, Stepney etc.

I THINK IT’S WORSE THAN 1883.

People during this time, had more space.

There are a lot of restaurants on Eastham’s High Street North.

Overcrowding naturally, irrespective of how clean you are, will attract and lead to a lot of rubbish, left even a short while in the city this attracts and leads very quickly to rats, bugs, vermin and disease.

Most houses, even those of the best standard, have a cockroach problem.

The cockroaches are, maybe the size of a flat conker.

The stench as you come out of Eastham station, is malodorous.

Even people from Essex, think it smells bad.

To get to the shops, restaurants and market in Eastham you have to go through streets reeking with poisonous (?) gases rising from accumulations of rubbish scattered all over the street and beneath your feet.

To access the properties you even, have to climb up rotten staircases, that threaten to give way with every step, some of which have already collapsed and put risk to life and limb.

You have to grope your way through dark and wet streets swarming with vermin. 

Many of these properties, have never seen the sun, clean water or a breathe of fresh air.

Very few people who read this, will have any notion of what these pestilential human rookeries are. 

Then, if you are not already driven away by malodorous and pestilential disease, you can gain access to the properties in which these thousands of beings who belong, as much as you, amongst us.

VENTILATION

Tuberculosis is actually, still very common.

Poor ventilation is the number 1 cause of Tuberculosis.

Tuberculosis is very common in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan due to poor air quality, ventilation, damp in housing and at work places and is very common amongst BAME in East London too.

It’s also highly contagious.

You have to wear a mask if you obtain TB in order to avoid coughing and spreading the disease on anything or anyone. 

Although we have antibiotics to treat Tuberculosis for about 6-9 months or life, if it is not treated properly then it can be, debilitating and fatal.

It can have long term effects on the body and as it is contagious it effects hereditary immunity too.

Gaining access to healthcare and anti biotics is the biggest battle.

I cannot believe councils, allow tenants to move into property’s with second hand mattresses in them, even people in Ghana know this is the number 1 cause of infant deaths.

A dirty second hand mattress can easily cause a lung infection or cross contamination of anything really and new mattresses reduced infant deaths by some 50% in Ghana.

Meningitis is also quite common.

A lot of houses in London, with overcrowding, are also, poorly ventilated.

Sometimes, dirty curtains or rags, are stuffed into windows.

Often there is really, with a 4 bedroom house often being turned into 4 bedsits, no ventilation at all but a window, leaving it at the owner’s own initiative or should I say risk, to keep the room free from water condensation, mould and even then through damp, bugs.

Most people I know, fuck it up.

Dirty curtains or walls, collecting mould, is not uncommon.

Neither are the bugs.

Plants, growing through the walls.

7 different people sharing 1 kitchen and bathroom, is also, insane.

No cleaning duty, as such.

Even 2 fridges for 7 people, also, a heathen for cross contamination and disease, I got food poisoning from sharing a fridge.

1 place we lived also, had excrement caked on the kitchen floor, due to an overflowing toilet outside.

This can easily cause E. coli., imagine a child crawling on the floor.

As well as Indian’s and Bengali’s there are a lot of Pakistani’s towards Tower Hamlets, but Pakistan has the poorest health standards in the world.

Temperate diseases like pneumonia are quite common in Newham General.

And one must not forget, contagious.

Despite being in an open shared ward of 6.

They also often, even in adults, have a debilitating effect on the body, not to mention a child’s, quantity of life, education and future.

Children who are or who have previously battled disease are unable to attain the same grades and employment as children in higher attaining schools with better health in different areas of London that are not BAME.

Over 40% of children are now actually leaving school before sixth form in the UK to become carers, the Education Journal reports.

Most of these are, BAME.

It’s difficult also to settle and adapt to a normal world and to stay in employment, with chronic illness.

A vast majority of BAME end up in prison from this part of London.

POVERTY AND IMMORALITY

‘Immorality’ ‘is but the natural outcome of conditions like these.

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