Clarkson:Make my day, sir, shoot a hoodie

the_boy_syrup

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#1
Another exellent peice from he man who would be King

....I wasn’t even remotely bothered when the swarm of children first approached. I figured they were fans of Top Gear and wanted to know about Richard Hammond’s head. But no. What they wanted to know most of all was if I had any security.

I asked them politely to leave me alone. I walked away. I even walked away a bit more. But they kept coming. And so, figuring that attack was probably the best form of defence, I grabbed the ringleader by his hoodie, lifted him off the ground and explained, firmly, that it’d be best if he went back to his tenement.

Shoot a hoodie
 
#2
The man hits the nail on the head every single time. Another great piece by him.

My favourite bit..

The only place where this issue can be tackled, then, is at school. So you fit airport-style metal detectors at the doors to ensure no pupil is packing heat, you put all the troublemakers in one class and you give the teacher in charge immunity from criminal charges. And a sub-machinegun.
 
#3
I think it is about time 40-something man started hanging around street corners in large groups discussing, cars, football, B and Q 40% off sales, Life on Mars v The Sweeny and intercepting these future customers of HM Prisons and the Probation Service and teaching these little scrotes that when you follow through with your body weight on a punch when packing a beer/kebab gut it is really, really going to hurt!

Bring back borstals like in 'Scum' - we'd soon see 'who's the daddy'!
 
#5
Are there any "Clarkson for PM shirts" for sale anywhere??
 
#9
Well done Jeremy, attack is the best form of defence and the spirited blame of the parents should stop them coming forward and suing him for assault.
 
#11
Clarkson, once again, is the only person prepared to say what he thinks in public - he can get away with it because he is famous. If any of the rest of us expressed these views (outside the rather like-minded environment in which we work), we would be hauled up by some pinko for being a 'fascist' (the classic 'close down argument' phrase favoured by the right-on 'liberati').

All the whingeing lefties who bang on about how it is society's fault that these feral youths have been created neatly fail to acknowledge that it is their deconstruction of the network of rules and responsibilities in favour of rights and entitlements that has created this society. We are now giving smaller classes, go-kart lessons etc to the scrotes who have been caught and need to be 're-habilitated'. Those youngsters who manage to grow up as law abiding citizens in spite of the labour-inspired incentives to become idle, feckless scum would probably love to have a 6-month free go-karting course but they can't have one because they aren't 'fractured'.

God Bless Clarkson, for saying everything that the rest of us are thinking.
 
#12
Fatbadge said:
You think the parents read The Times? :lol: :lol: :lol:
You think the parents read?
 
#13
During my last year at Primary school 1968, I spat on a girl, and I was Caned, It still hurts now when I think of it. On going home with a letter for my dad, he read it, got his Sam Browne belt and strapped me on the welts on my Arse from the Caning. Result I have never spat on anyone since, or bullied anyone. I joined the Army did 22yrs, joined the Police still serving, never been arrested, or commited a crime. Corporal Punishment at School worked. At Secondary School the C**k was Caned for Bullying, he Cried like a baby after six strokes, if he Cried what would mere mortals do if Caned. No Bullying happened at that School after that. Society is a Victim of middle class do gooders, rip up the Human Rights Act, bring back Corporal Punishment, Borstal, and Hanging, cause we were a damn sight more Civilized when Punishment fitted the Crime. Maybe Clarkson is just the man to bring us back from the Edge.
 
#14
baldex said:
During my last year at Primary school 1968, I spat on a girl, and I was Caned, It still hurts now when I think of it. On going home with a letter for my dad, he read it, got his Sam Browne belt and strapped me on the welts on my Arse from the Caning. Result I have never spat on anyone since, or bullied anyone. I joined the Army did 22yrs, joined the Police still serving, never been arrested, or commited a crime. Corporal Punishment at School worked. At Secondary School the C**k was Caned for Bullying, he Cried like a baby after six strokes, if he Cried what would mere mortals do if Caned. No Bullying happened at that School after that. Society is a Victim of middle class do gooders, rip up the Human Rights Act, bring back Corporal Punishment, Borstal, and Hanging, cause we were a damn sight more Civilized when Punishment fitted the Crime. Maybe Clarkson is just the man to bring us back from the Edge.
If you replaced hanging with the birch (not for the same crime of course!) you'd get my vote!

I spat on a girl at school - mind you, it was from my jap's eye and she never told anyone :roll:
 
#15
baldex said:
During my last year at Primary school 1968, I spat on a girl, and I was Caned, It still hurts now when I think of it. On going home with a letter for my dad, he read it, got his Sam Browne belt and strapped me on the welts on my Arse from the Caning. Result I have never spat on anyone since, or bullied anyone. I joined the Army did 22yrs, joined the Police still serving, never been arrested, or commited a crime. Corporal Punishment at School worked. At Secondary School the C**k was Caned for Bullying, he Cried like a baby after six strokes, if he Cried what would mere mortals do if Caned. No Bullying happened at that School after that. Society is a Victim of middle class do gooders, rip up the Human Rights Act, bring back Corporal Punishment, Borstal, and Hanging, cause we were a damn sight more Civilized when Punishment fitted the Crime. Maybe Clarkson is just the man to bring us back from the Edge.
If I gob on someone, can I have a job? :D
 
#16
Society is a Victim of middle class do gooders, rip up the Human Rights Act, bring back Corporal Punishment, Borstal, and Hanging, cause we were a damn sight more Civilized when Punishment fitted the Crime. Maybe Clarkson is just the man to bring us back from the Edge.[/quote]

I would have to disagree inasmuch as it seems to me to be the middle classes who are paying for all this, with taxes and by being targeted by the chavagery. In my opinion its always been the left wing wealthy types who tell the middle classes what swine they are. Look at the constant stream of "research" that tells us the middle classes skew the education system in their favour by taking an interest in their kids education, also they get served first at the NHS because they a literate and coherent, and so on.

When I was at primary school one of the more socialist types were all for equality including their au pair the gardener at their country cottage, and the bloke who ran the boatyard where they kept their yacht. :roll:
 
#17
Chef said:
Society is a Victim of middle class do gooders, rip up the Human Rights Act, bring back Corporal Punishment, Borstal, and Hanging, cause we were a damn sight more Civilized when Punishment fitted the Crime. Maybe Clarkson is just the man to bring us back from the Edge.

quote: I would have to disagree inasmuch as it seems to me to be the middle classes who are paying for all this, with taxes and by being targeted by the chavagery. In my opinion its always been the left wing wealthy types who tell the middle classes what swine they are. Look at the constant stream of "research" that tells us the middle classes skew the education system in their favour by taking an interest in their kids education, also they get served first at the NHS because they a literate and coherent, and so on.

When I was at primary school one of the more socialist types were all for equality including their au pair the gardener at their country cottage, and the bloke who ran the boatyard where they kept their yacht. :roll:
Exactly - it is not the 'Middle Classes' who are at fault here. We are the 'New' Labour bogeymen, to be blamed for all the ills that exist in the world. The reason their politically-driven, comprehensive education system produces ill-educated layabouts is not because the concept is fundamentally flawed and schools almost exclusively staffed by student-union trotskyites, it is because the 'middle classes' buy houses near good schools and, if they're not doing that, they are stealing the birthright of the working-class poor by buying themselves into private education. The fact that we seem to be the only people paying for anything in the country escapes attention - the socialist benefit culture props up the bottom end and the 'New' Labour toadying to the super-rich and celebrity class means that they are virtually exempt from taxation (it appears), or any money they do pay is in the form of a 'donation' which reaps them a manyfold return in 'business favours'.

We are also responsible for the failings of the NHS, because it would all work perfectly if the middle classes didn't take up all the places at medical school and then, to a man, go and work in Harley Street curing only rich people. And so it goes on.

But hang on a minute, aren't politicians 'middle class'? Apparently not - because despite their middle class salaries and middle class status, they all appear able to afford multi-million pound houses in London (either on the back of their 'expenses' or lucrative 'directorships', membership of politically funded 'think tanks' or courtesy of soft loans from the super-rich they purport to despise. They have created themselves a new class, the 'political class', where the normal rules do not apply. They can spout off constantly about the education system that they are trying to create for the masses, while sending their own offspring to the very best, non-local comprehensives or even to private schools without even noticing the stench of hypocrisy.

Fewer rights, more responsibilities and less 'understanding' would go a long way to restoring discipline and respect in this Country. It is alright for the politicians who live in and will retire to 'exclusive' residences where they will not be exposed the sh*t, and there is no other word for it, that we have to live with on a daily basis, whilst being squeezed for more and more taxes. As someone pointed out on another thread, we are in the top 10% of earnings in this country, so why doesn't it feel like it? Why do I rumble around in a second-hand car, unable to afford a good holiday every year? Well, it appears to be because for every one of us, there are 10 people at the top and the bottom who pay nothing.
 
#18
"...Fewer rights, more responsibilities and less 'understanding' would go a long way to restoring discipline and respect in this Country. ..."
One problem is that every little PoS "knows his rights", I doubt that any knows even one of his duties.
It should be hammered home that "Rights" and "Duties" are two sides of the same coin and that doing away with one negates the existance of the other - Ignore your responsibilites as a member of society and Society has the option to ignore your 'rights'.
 
#20
Fifth_Columnist said:
Chef said:
Society is a Victim of middle class do gooders, rip up the Human Rights Act, bring back Corporal Punishment, Borstal, and Hanging, cause we were a damn sight more Civilized when Punishment fitted the Crime. Maybe Clarkson is just the man to bring us back from the Edge.

quote: I would have to disagree inasmuch as it seems to me to be the middle classes who are paying for all this, with taxes and by being targeted by the chavagery. In my opinion its always been the left wing wealthy types who tell the middle classes what swine they are. Look at the constant stream of "research" that tells us the middle classes skew the education system in their favour by taking an interest in their kids education, also they get served first at the NHS because they a literate and coherent, and so on.

When I was at primary school one of the more socialist types were all for equality including their au pair the gardener at their country cottage, and the bloke who ran the boatyard where they kept their yacht. :roll:
Exactly - it is not the 'Middle Classes' who are at fault here. We are the 'New' Labour bogeymen, to be blamed for all the ills that exist in the world. The reason their politically-driven, comprehensive education system produces ill-educated layabouts is not because the concept is fundamentally flawed and schools almost exclusively staffed by student-union trotskyites, it is because the 'middle classes' buy houses near good schools and, if they're not doing that, they are stealing the birthright of the working-class poor by buying themselves into private education. The fact that we seem to be the only people paying for anything in the country escapes attention - the socialist benefit culture props up the bottom end and the 'New' Labour toadying to the super-rich and celebrity class means that they are virtually exempt from taxation (it appears), or any money they do pay is in the form of a 'donation' which reaps them a manyfold return in 'business favours'.

We are also responsible for the failings of the NHS, because it would all work perfectly if the middle classes didn't take up all the places at medical school and then, to a man, go and work in Harley Street curing only rich people. And so it goes on.

But hang on a minute, aren't politicians 'middle class'? Apparently not - because despite their middle class salaries and middle class status, they all appear able to afford multi-million pound houses in London (either on the back of their 'expenses' or lucrative 'directorships', membership of politically funded 'think tanks' or courtesy of soft loans from the super-rich they purport to despise. They have created themselves a new class, the 'political class', where the normal rules do not apply. They can spout off constantly about the education system that they are trying to create for the masses, while sending their own offspring to the very best, non-local comprehensives or even to private schools without even noticing the stench of hypocrisy.

Fewer rights, more responsibilities and less 'understanding' would go a long way to restoring discipline and respect in this Country. It is alright for the politicians who live in and will retire to 'exclusive' residences where they will not be exposed the sh*t, and there is no other word for it, that we have to live with on a daily basis, whilst being squeezed for more and more taxes. As someone pointed out on another thread, we are in the top 10% of earnings in this country, so why doesn't it feel like it? Why do I rumble around in a second-hand car, unable to afford a good holiday every year? Well, it appears to be because for every one of us, there are 10 people at the top and the bottom who pay nothing.
Oh come off it! Labour became electable when it adopted the politics of the bourgeois centre - despite the bourgeois centre migrating to the right after Thatchler outbid Labour's half hearted attempts to redistribute poor peoples' money towards them in the late 70's.
 
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