Is the UK driving you insane?

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#1
I find myself increasingly pissed off with the current government, beyond words. Its just ridiculous what this country is turning into! Vote on how god damn pissed off you are at Tony feckin Blair and the rest of his gay loving and council tax bummin ho's.
 
#2
Not wishing to discriminate, I hate all politicians equally. Doesnt matter what colour rosette they wear, they are all lying shits who would sell the country down the river if there was anything in it for them.
 
#3
More tax because I work Hard
More tax because I drive a 4x4
More Tax because I save
And now more tax because I live in a nice area

Why dont I just give Tony my bank details and he can take what he wants.
 
#4
Calm down dear. It's just a matter of time before the revolution, however any journos reading this must remember:

ARRSE said:
Contrary to popular belief, the Army Rumour Service is not promoting the armed overthrow of HMG by the British Military, but simply aims to provide a useful, informative and amusing resource to all.
Bliar and his ladyboy cronies will have their day, as will every other cunt we vote in that we won't like after a bit.

In my honest opinion we should change the entire structure of government. A full meritocracy with democratic methods should be employed, fucking ASAP!
 
#5
Ohh a revolution! Sounds like a plan ;)

But some of the laws they pass, even a 7 year old can see somthing wrong with, e.g. Forcing B & Bs etc to allow bum boys into their homes to sleep and most probably suck cock etc.
 
#6
The UK is sh!te now.

Taxed on earnings.
Taxed on savings.
Taxed on spending.
Taxed on every fkn thing.

This government is total CR@P. Too much money goes on foreigner's, illegals, foreign aid etc. Its about time it started thinking of its own people. If it wasn't for our PC - human rights government wasting all this money on foreigners it would have enough to support our troops with proper equipment fighting for - FKN foreigners in Iraq and Afghanistan.

This government got its priorities ALL WRONG - W@NKERS.

BT.
 
#7
Yes I feckin hate this country and all the inconsistencies and unfairness that the Labourfuckwits have introduced. Can't wait to leave for a better place!!!!!!!!
 
#8
EEU_196 said:
Ohh a revolution! Sounds like a plan ;)

But some of the laws they pass, even a 7 year old can see somthing wrong with, e.g. Forcing B & Bs etc to allow bum boys into their homes to sleep and most probably suck c*** etc.
Seriously think about it. A meritocracy is based on a persons actions. Let's say that the vote is only given to those who serve their country in a number of different roles; Forces being one, medicine, emergency and security services, etc. Two to four years service, depending on the type of service (2 years for forces because we're worked solid in harder and more dangerous situations) then you get the vote. Simple!

Those who decide not to partake don't have any discrimination set against them, it just means that they cannot vote or stand for election (also includes no receiving Lordships).

Imagine the country being run by a bunch of chaps and ladies who have given something to this country first and with a bit of our attitude on life and how things should be done before being elected. Would be much better instead of just sucking up/off some cunt in Party HQ wouldn't it! :pissedoff:
 
#9
Humpmaster said:
Yes I feckin hate this country and all the inconsistencies and unfairness that the Labourfuckwits have introduced. Can't wait to leave for a better place!!!!!!!!
well thats hardly the attitude to have, stick it out for a few more years and wait for the revolution. ;)
 
#10
EEU_196 said:
Humpmaster said:
Yes I feckin hate this country and all the inconsistencies and unfairness that the Labourfuckwits have introduced. Can't wait to leave for a better place!!!!!!!!
well thats hardly the attitude to have, stick it out for a few more years and wait for the revolution. ;)

Will i get to play with a gun when the revolution starts ?, then count me in i have a list to get started on.. :shakefist:
 
#11
sooner or later shite will hit the fan and blair will get seen for the pound snatching scumbag he and his type really are.

what has he actually done for britain that doesnt involve spending loads of our tax money on ?

tax is keeping the poor/poor and driving the desparate to commit crimes to live.
allow the council tax to be dropped and people will have enough to just` barely live in some comfort and give thier kids a better chance at NOT being a scumbag knife welding,pensioner mugging chavs!!

they keep us on our knees so we cannot move abroad to a better place .F******S

must be a total shite being in the forces and fighting to appease these knobs,only to come back and be kicked in the nuts for your efforts.

heros the hm forces.top blokes

polictions desearve hanging
 
#12
sick to death of this country, b'lair and co have ruined it. as a very simplistic approach to the people that live here how's this for an Idea:

1. if this country was threatened with a major war (ww2 for example) if you are not eligible for call up or would'nt fight for this country you should fcuk off now.

2. exemptions for people who would fall into the above catagory but because of age/disability dont

like I say simplistic but blunt, I'm sure it needs working on.
 
#13
g2_loony_bin said:
EEU_196 said:
Ohh a revolution! Sounds like a plan ;)

But some of the laws they pass, even a 7 year old can see somthing wrong with, e.g. Forcing B & Bs etc to allow bum boys into their homes to sleep and most probably suck c*** etc.
Seriously think about it. A meritocracy is based on a persons actions. Let's say that the vote is only given to those who serve their country in a number of different roles; Forces being one, medicine, emergency and security services, etc. Two to four years service, depending on the type of service (2 years for forces because we're worked solid in harder and more dangerous situations) then you get the vote. Simple!

Those who decide not to partake don't have any discrimination set against them, it just means that they cannot vote or stand for election (also includes no receiving Lordships).

Imagine the country being run by a bunch of chaps and ladies who have given something to this country first and with a bit of our attitude on life and how things should be done before being elected. Would be much better instead of just sucking up/off some cunt in Party HQ wouldn't it! :pissedoff:
Forgot to add take all aspects of religion and religious influence, iconography etc out of government. Leave the Bishops and clergymen as those wise old chaps that offer advice but honestly have no power at all.

So that's serve to get the vote, or "franchise". Religion has no influence. And just to add the Australian view of "get on or get out" should be enforced and adhered to vigorously! You don't like it here then go cunto!
 
#14
Mr_Deputy said:
I hate the fact that there are so many laws you risk a fine all the time, every journey even if you are SO careful. between two of us we have had two parking tickets and one clamping in a couple of weeks £300 worth. £200 as we paid tickets early.

I was the one who got clamped. I was a paying CUSTOMER at a fuel station in Kent and was parked in customer parking bay for a few mins. A mistake by the clampers obviuoulsy and hopefully i'll get the money back but it wasnt a good experience. i also may NOT get the money back despite having receipts etc.

Parking tickets - late at night (about 2130 - which used to be free) in bays around restaurants. So a nice little earner for the council eh? We'd already paid a fortune to park there - about 4 quid which is alot for a meter, no lack of bays, loads of space for anyone else to park and a few mins late as we know the owner and he gave us an extra coffee. We get to car and are being given a ticket for £50/£100.

how does it help - putting people off going to the restaurants? they pay their taxes and it should be ok for clients to park and maybe be a few mins late. Its a bloody meal. What you do to unwind at the end ofthe day.

I called the ticket guys Nazis eventually. I said to the clamper chimp (in combats) I dont know how he sleeps at night.

Pirates but yet licensed by the government. Nice.
I found somebody laying out there tools, clamps et cetera beside the Cuddles mobile the other day on a piece of waste-ground. I explained to him that if he did not cease and desist I would clamp him...As the legal basis on which most clamping is conducted is spurious at best, he declined a visit to the underside of my Land Rover and promptly fecked off. He did attempt some verbals but as I explained - if he called me a count it was unlikely to improve the chances of my seeing his point of view - he didn't really put his back into it. funnily enough he too was dressed in CS 95 with a reflective vest.
 
#15
I'm fed up of this country, that's why I'm already saving to emigrate. And I can't wait until I do.
 
#16
I'm already making contingency plans to flee to Canada before this country goes completely to the dogs in terms of massive government and social degeneration.
My fellow Britons have really pissed me off recently when a poll recently suggested that most of them thought it was better to surrender their civil liberties to the government in order to combat 'terrorism'.
Chavs, the NHS and institutional PC is one thing, but coupled with the lack of backbone within the British people to cling on to hard-won freedoms in the face of the government interference just makes me want to say 'F U Britain, I'm off'.
However, I still feel somewhat patriotic, which is why I'm choosing Canada and not the US, so I won't have to renounce my allegiance to the Queen, who is blameless in all of this.....
 
#17
Lets be honest there hasn't been a labour government in history* that has really done anything for the country so why expect this one to fare any better? Look at the fcuking mess the last one left behind in 1979.

* With the exception of the perhaps the 1945 government - but then they could hardly wreck the place anymore than Herr Hitler had done.
 
#20
Still a great country full of very good people who are being increasingly abused.

I for one do not want to emigrate and want to hang around to do something about what has happened since '97. I was never a fan of Thatcher but at least you knew where you stood and where she stood. No one is really allowed to say how they feel anymore. How many times these days do you find yourself watching your words when trying to explain your frustrations about the nation because someone gets offended or bleats "..you can't say that!". I believe that Blair's damage to British life will impact far more in the future than his foreign policy.

However history has shown us that people will only take so much.
 

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