Further uses of the poor for Ireland's benefit
Swift stops the satirical approach in this part in order to present real problems that exist in Ireland and to express a form of disgust by people who would preach on fixing such problems while they themselves contribute to their growth. The phrases that make this passage are all rightful moral principles, but the beginning of the excerpt negates their veracity by clearly showing that they are not part of the reality in Ireland. Thus, them being false would mean that the category most affected by them (i.e., the poor) are a people that are used.
Swift briefly drops the satirical mask to reveal real solutions for Ireland's poverty stricken.
A Modest proposal has been written by Jonathan Swift. In this, he speaks about the problem of poverty in Ireland which is a huge problem. He uses satire to express his views about the problem.
Like one way that he talks about the poverty is that he says that the poor people of Ireland should sell their kids to the rich people to get rid of the burden of their children. But then he actually speaks about some of the ways and solutions with which this problem can be solved.