Feral scum: The Final Solution

#1
the parents, always the fucking parents.
Anyone see that fat fuck of a horrorbag being interviewed on BBC news 24 about 30 mins ago in Manchester?
She was stood oitside a shopping centre with her fat, future dole scum son aged about 10, defending the riots saying the usual shit 'there's nowt for 'em' etc...
Looks to me like there's plenty of kebab meat and chips for 'em.
Then a shop keeper challenges her, saying its no excuse for smashing his shop up, and she tries to say he has no sympathy for the guy in London who got shot? Wtf?
People seem incapable of presenting any logical argument.
The next guy on was full grown man who tried to justify it with the usual 'its the poles taking our jobs' shit.
The newsreader lost his cool and professional detachment for a while and looed like he wanted to say 'you thick twat'.
About time we start removing people like these from our society, they are an absolute waste of skin. Lets dump them on one of our islands and leave them to it, along with the rioters and anyone else who doesn't want to take part constructively.
I vote for South Georgia. Or if you want to give them a chance, Pitcairn.
Who's with me?
E petition?
 
#4
You want the Final Solution to the Untermenschen Problem? Get yourself a Blackberry and arrange a full out attack by the gangsta-Walts on Parliament tomorrow. Once the surviving politicians have finished shitting themselves, they will set up a UK Einsatzgruppen. Job's a good 'un.

The only way you'll get significant change for the better in this country is through a blood sacrifice of politicians. Personally, that is a price I'm willing to pay.:twisted:
 
#6
think the hippogriff is relatively harmless are ministers and the senior civil servants special advsiors quangocrats etc etc
who had real power for the last 30 odd years not so much.
all the parties are infested with the same lack of balls to actually do anything the only ones that do are barking mad:(
most of the problems have simple solutions they just need brains and some cash spent carefully.
The market and credit rating agencies can be tamed a few bankers meet with accidents the rest will suddenly start to behave
 
#7
again - im with you shandy - fucking thick as a whale omelette untermensche slag gobbing off on bbc news - clearly shes done us all a favour
 
#9
There's a little island ,just off Scotland called Gruinard they can go to. Mind has been highly contaminated with Anthrax for years !!!
 

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#10
Mods, shouldn't this be in the Naafi?
 
#11
Mods, shouldn't this be in the Naafi?
Why should it?
I'm seriously suggesting it as government policy.
I'll vote for any mainstream party which adopts this idea of banishment as policy
 
#14
After years of being a card-carrying member of the Tory Party (I quit under Thatcher) my wife commented earlier today "You seem to have developed a real dislike of the Conservatives". Not really... I've ALWAYS had an abiding dislike of Bullshit, and Call me Dave seems to have all-but cornered the market in it. His little gang masterminded a recession "because it's GOOD for us", and he filled his cabinet with multi-millionaires, then had the brass neck to tell us "We're all in this together!" Sure Dave. I'm sure that your mates - and their kids - will feel the cuts every bit as strongly as the poorest in society. Not.

Just as well that Dave rushed back from his Chianti-shire summer hols: elsewise we'd probably have missed his less than enlightening pronouncements to the media. The police, he says, will be allowed to use rubber bullets and water cannon. Ten minutes later, a spokesman for ACPO announces that there's VERY little likelihood of either being deployed.

Few of the rioting kids will be headed for university, many will spend much of their lives unemployed. But they've managed to pick up on the idea that young people generally are going to be amongst the hardest hit - and most repeatedly hit - by Dave's cuts. Doesn't matter if someone actually likes beer, or hates the stuff; if you piss in someone's beer, they ARE going to take a swing at you. And if they can't, then they'll take a swing at someone that they imagine (possibly wrongly) to be you mate. THAT, I suspect, is what's happening. Merely stating that "Children should be seen and not heard" is a piss-poor policy. Yet it seems to be the central plank of the Coalition's manifesto.
 
#15
Surprisingly, I tend to agree with Ron.
There is/always has been a 'Underclass' in Britain who have never had it. Never had a chance in life.
Well most didn't but a some got a grip of themselves and sorted out their poor start in life.
It's not all the Tory's fault, Labour where in power for 13 of last 15 years as was pointed out to Harriet H on the BBC the other night.
There always will be unemployment, has any democracy achieved 100 % employment ?
Lack of jobs is an evil just as Welfare Dependency is.
Dave is the wrong person to lead the Tory Party, if his father had been a corner shop owner we might have had a chance.

john
 
#16
Just as well that Dave rushed back from his Chiati-shire summer hols: elsewise we'd probably have missed his less than enlightening pronouncements to the media. The police, he says, will be allowed to use rubber bullets and water cannon. Ten minutes later, a spokesman for ACPO announces that there's VERY little likelihood of either being deployed.
Could someone explain in simple terms who actually runs the police. Are the police agencies responsible to elected government officials or to an organization of retired police chiefs? Why does APCO seem to set all the policy instead of officials who are responsible to the votors. Serious question, i was just wondering.
 
#18
#19
Pillager mate (or anybody else) I cannot access this link in China any chance a a full cut an past?

Cheers in advance

AJ
See below.

The Riots in London are a Culmination of Decades of Failed Social Policies
The underclass are rising up. No longer content with simply burglaring and mugging the decent law abiding working classes that have the misfortune to dwell amongst them, they have now decided to torch and terrorise the very communities they come from. What we are witnessing in London and in other cities across Britain at the moment is an attack upon the decent and law abiding citizenry of the country. Their places of work have been attacked, looted and even burned down. Opportunisitic burglaries have occured and violent attacks upon the police and innocent individuals are widespread. Fear is endemic and people are anticipating a fourth night of chaos and disorder. The once great nation of Britain is being brought to its knees by a festering parasitic underclass that has been fostered by decades of failed social policies in the spheres of education, criminal justice, social services and welfare provision.

The abandonment of effective discipline in schools, the namby-pamby non-judgementalism that pervades social services and the youth offending service and a compliant state that funds dissolute lifestyles are all contributory factors to the chaos on our streets. The forces of law and order that are putatively the guardians of the peace are stymied in their efficacy by a political class that eschews robust policing when it is needed. This morning on Sky News, the Home Secretary, Theresa May, dismissed the option of using water cannon when she said: "The way we police in Britain is not through use of water cannon...the way we police in Britain is through consent of communities." I am sure if she consulted the vast majority of people on this island she would discover that very few people would be too concerned about a few thousand drenched tracksuits if it meant a return of law and order and an absence of terror within communities. She then went on to assure us that, "people will start to see the consequences of their actions".

Now, just what will these consequences be you may ask? Well, for those over eighteen whatever custodial sentences they do receive, if any, they will no doubt serve just a fraction of their sentences as is common for most criminals in the UK. However, in what will clearly be a perversion of justice, those rioters under eighteen will be treated as if they too are the victims of the very crimes they have commited, as this is the ethos at the heart of the youth justice system. I know this from having worked alongside and in the Youth Offending Service. Within a few weeks many of these rioters that you are now watching loot, burn and terrorise on a twenty four news channel will be on an Intensive Surveillance and Supervision Programme, where they will spend the majority of their 'sentence' being escorted to gyms, adventure centres, DJ courses and having their lunches bought and paid for and they will even be given the bus fares to attend their 'punishment'. There will be a minimum of community work as part of their ISSP and in some parts of the country the Youth Offending Service will fail to implement this part of the ISSP. I know this will occur because I have seen it first hand. Another part of their ISSP will involve them sitting in on classroom based sessions where staff will ask them what feelings they were experiencing prior to setting their community alight and how best they could channel those feelings in the future. We may even get them to do some 'poster work', as I have heard it referred to, where they will draw and colour in examples of criminal behaviour just in case they were not aware that torching local businesses and throwing masonry at the police, fire brigade and passers by were indeed criminal acts. When this is the system charged with preventing youth crime is at any wonder we have such high rates of recidivism amongst the more serious of young criminals? Many of the rioters you see on the streets will have been through this sytem. They know there are no real consequences for their actions and thus they behave in the manner we are now viewing.

One thing is clear to me about these riots that set them apart from the race riots of the eighties, or those of the late sixties/early seventies in the aftermath of state suppression of civil rights marches in Northern Ireland and it is that these disturbances are not political in nature, or as a result of one ethnic group feeling disenfranchised. This is a rainbow coalition of the underclass, all shades and colours are present on the streets. If it was political in nature the main targets of the rioters would be the state and whilst the police are being attacked the perpetrators are more concerned with acquiring the contents of high street shops. These riots are purely criminal and materialistic in nature and it is the state and its failed social policies that have bred the savage and feral mentality of the perpetrators as well as tieing the hands of the police from taking the kind of swift and robust action to deal with the situation. When wetting criminals and louts is seen as a step too far on behalf of those charged with protecting us is at any wonder we fear another night of chaos?
 
#20
Surprisingly, I tend to agree with Ron.
There is/always has been a 'Underclass' in Britain who have never had it. Never had a chance in life.
Well most didn't but a some got a grip of themselves and sorted out their poor start in life.
It's not all the Tory's fault, Labour where in power for 13 of last 15 years as was pointed out to Harriet H on the BBC the other night.
There always will be unemployment, has any democracy achieved 100 % employment ?
Lack of jobs is an evil just as Welfare Dependency is.
Dave is the wrong person to lead the Tory Party, if his father had been a corner shop owner we might have had a chance.

john
The last time our country was run by the child of a corner-shop owner (the Saintly Margaret) the long-forgotten result was the "punk" movement. These days, "punk" is associated in peoples' minds with absurd clothes and piss-poor music (and a lot of swearing). But back before it got "commoditized" (i.e. hi-jacked by people who simply wanted to make piles of money out of it) it was something else: a snarl of anger from young people who saw their probable immediate future as radioactive ash, and no economic prospects whatsoever. It was an emphatic expression of "include me OUT!" rejection. It said "You don't give a shit about us... and you expect us to SUPPORT you? Well, fuck off: we're not playing your little game!"

Remember too that the Saintly Margaret loaded her cabinet with minor aristocrats. Far from being "in touch with the REAL people of GB, she was an appalling snob!
 

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