Dole Scum Underage Mothers

#1
First off, apologies its in The Scum:

http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2005230552,00.html


When is this going to stop?

I would put money on them all getting their own flats, a fair amount of cash chucked at them, and none of them will put a penny into the system.
They will probably end up on drink or drugs and pretending they are the victims.

I can say in all honesty that in this case, I blame the parents. Or in this case the parent.

Accidents happen but not three times.

And their twunting mother is blaming the school!

This stuff urines me off quite spectacularly, and quite honestly its unlikely these people will contribute anything to society or humanity, except more kids that the taxpayer will have to foot the bill for.
 
#2
Anger, disbelief and finally mirth as I reached the end of the article.

Choice quotes:

From Julie, the mother / grandmother:
People are saying I’m a bad mum for letting this happen but I blame the schools — sex education for young girls should be better.
From Jemma (12 at time of conception)
I didn’t tell anyone I was pregnant because I was too scared. I only told my boyfriend David, who was 14 at the time, but I didn’t want to have an abortion. He was my first love but now I’m gutted because he doesn’t want to have anything to do with me or T-Jay. He was great to start with but he’s got a new girlfriend.
From Jade (14 at time of conception)
It was just one of those things really. I wasn’t using contraception and I suppose I just thought it wouldn’t happen to me.
From / about Natasha (16 at time of conception)
Natasha is still with Amani’s dad, who she describes as a 38-year-old gambler. She added: “He comes to see her from time to time. But he’s Asian and still lives with his parents — they don’t know about me or Amani."
Amazing. They have no idea about contraception, but as usual seem to know all their "rights" regarding allowances & housing. But I bet we're all pleased to know that even though the sperm-providers (I can't bring myself to call them fathers) are not in the picture, Jade tells us;

But we don’t need their dads as we give them all the love and support they need.
No dear. I think you'll find it's us tax payers that provide the support. :roll: :evil:
 
#5
Without wanting to seem a bit 'Gary Glitter', I would have thought that they could try and get the father of the twelve year old's child; unless he is only twelve or thirteen himself he must have committed a crime.

I might start reading the Sun more often; starting the day filled with indignant rage is quite motivating.
 
#6
Mrs_Beaton said:
Without wanting to seem a bit 'Gary Glitter', I would have thought that they could try and get the father of the twelve year old's child; unless he is only twelve or thirteen himself he must have committed a crime.
It says he was 14 "at the time", so yes, they could try to prosecute, but IIRC there was a case a couple of years ago where a 14 / 15 year-old girl was sleeping with 30+ year-old man & the police couldn't prosecute unless she made a complaint, which she wouldn't. In that instance I felt truly sorry for the parents as they tried everything within the law to protect her, but as she wanted to do it, they had no rights. :evil: The 'Nanny State' will protect you and yours... :evil:
 
#8
On something of an aside, the Sun are running a story about the Royal Gwar being told to get his hands out of his pockets, trivial yes, but it looks like someone at Sandhurst has forgotten the bit about integrity.

I hope this doesn't mean that his fellow Ocdts are going to start selling stories about him to the rags, he surely has enough to contend with; he is a Gwar after all...
 
#10
To quote Mr. T, "I ain't got time fo' no sleep"

I have an essay due in and have been working through the night to finish it off.

Is it mainly overseas types that are posting at this time of day?
 
#13
Heck no, a student!

Having said that I'm about as far from Aberwistwith (or however you say it) as is possible in the UK (so its alomst abroad). Universities in the middle of nowhere! What will they think of next.

Hope your essay goes well, ARRSE is clearly a helpful revision tool.
 
#15
I got my P60 last week and now realise that I'm actually supporting this family, and possibly another like it, through my tax and NI contributions.

Of course, this is utterly intentional. The Democrats in America are notorious for creating voters through the welfare system, and New Labour have been doing the same here. how many of these underclassers will ever vote for a party that tells them that they've got to get off their arses and get a job?

New Labour needs people like this.

As I said in another thread, poverty nowadays is measured by whether a chav's mobile is 3G enabled or not.

V!
 
#16
frenchperson said:
Mr Murdoch aims to divide us and gets the desired response yet again. How depressing!
Stop being so sanctimonious Frenchy: it doesn’t require Mr. Murdoch’s papers’ editorials for me to want to be divided from this bunch of idiots.
 
#17
Sad fact of life, we've had several generations now who have lived in this manner. They don't and won't do anything else.

You can either pay for their benefits, for keeping them in jail/care (more), for them rioting (more) or for them all to be "put to sleep" (tends to attract unwelcome attention).
 
#19
Apart from taking their children off these girls (which I don't think could be done legally) I'm not sure what else could be done. I think there is a case for treating them medically so they are rendered infertile until they are 18.

I would also do the same to the fathers (and if over 18 make it permanent).

I ran a course for people running Off licences recently and a man told me that in his shop/Post Office in Weston-super-Mare he knows a 16 year boy who is about to father his fourth child (by 4 different girls) and has a 33 year old customer who has 17 children by 8 different women.

Is there a case to temporarily sterilise every teenager until they reach the age of 18?