Latest snowflake outrage

#1
Seems young Tory MP Ben Bradley made a comment way back in 2012 that's got the snowflakes all in a tizzy again.

He said:

Sorry but how many children you have is a choice; if you can't afford them, stop having them! Vasectomies are free," it read.

"Families who have never worked a day in their lives having four or five kids and the rest of us having one or two means it's not long before we're drowning in a vast sea of unemployed wasters that we pay to keep!
Tory MP apologises for suggesting the unemployed should be sterilised

Personally I think he's spot on. I'm sick of seeing these hordes of feral rats belonging to parents who just keep popping them out for more benefits or so they dont have to work.
 
#2
Seems young Tory MP Ben Bradley made a comment way back in 2012 that's got the snowflakes all in a tizzy again.

He said:



Tory MP apologises for suggesting the unemployed should be sterilised

Personally I think he's spot on. I'm sick of seeing these hordes of feral rats belonging to parents who just keep popping them out for more benefits or so they dont have to work.
I couldn’t agree more, it makes a change for someone in his position say what most of us think
 
#4
The Tory MP is the snowflake for apologising.

I hear in some American states, they make a one-off offer of a grand to the type of people who are never going to be able to afford to support their brood to be sterilised. We are talking drug addicts and people who are in and out of prison all their lives. People who's kids face a childhood of neglect and abuse because of their parent's poor choices. I reckon that would be a winner over here.
 
#5
I couldn’t agree more, it makes a change for someone in his position say what most of us think
The worst thing is, he wasn't in the position he is now! - some Labour/Communist/Momentum dweeb has been busy going back through every Tory MPs on-line posts etc looking for anything remotely embarrassing to make political capital.
This is a very dangerous tactic/trend for ALL of us - especially the shouty Momentum type activists in our Uni's spouting anti-Tory/Old person hatred who are going to find their future political/public careers are subject to the same scrutiny and standard!!
I guess the lesson here is that we should all stop using the mediums (twitter/faceache etc) which were originally designed to improve comms but have become keyboard warrior weapons of choice and a paradise for bullies and false accuser's
 
#6
Far easier to just put a limit on the number of children counted for benefits including housing

That way if they want to pop them out let them, it's just not the states responsibility to pay for them anymore
 
#7
Far easier to just put a limit on the number of children counted for benefits including housing

That way if they want to pop them out let them, it's just not the states responsibility to pay for them anymore
Unfortunately there's too many people in this country that would kick up a stink at the children living in poverty because Wayne and Waynetta have spent their benefits on fags and booze and the kids are starving.....in fact that's kinda whats happening now.
 
#8
The worst thing is, he wasn't in the position he is now! - some Labour/Communist/Momentum dweeb has been busy going back through every Tory MPs on-line posts etc looking for anything remotely embarrassing to make political capital.
This is a very dangerous tactic/trend for ALL of us - especially the shouty Momentum type activists in our Uni's spouting anti-Tory/Old person hatred who are going to find their future political/public careers are subject to the same scrutiny and standard!!
I guess the lesson here is that we should all stop using the mediums (twitter/faceache etc) which were originally designed to improve comms but have become keyboard warrior weapons of choice and a paradise for bullies and false accuser's
I see your point but the fact that it’s now been dragged up because of the position he’s in now is still a plus
 
#9
Unfortunately there's too many people in this country that would kick up a stink at the children living in poverty because Wayne and Waynetta have spent their benefits on fags and booze and the kids are starving.....in fact that's kinda whats happening now.
There is still an answer that has put forward many times before from various places and that is to give vouchers instead of cash and they can only be exchanged for food/household goods/necessities etc
 
#10
I think that is a racist attitude picking on poor white kids so lets give it some balance.

I would rather pay for,them with a 50% chance of the offspring chipping into the pot later in life with some education and help keeping their families together, Rather than pay for some tribal migrants having families twice that size to the power of three (wives), chipping diddly-squat into the pot that keeps on giving and being educated by a fifth column.

Becasue we all know in the end it is taqqiya to pay for an infidels pension, or pay anything for that matter.

Time will tell if my opinion is incorrect.
 
#11
There is still an answer that has put forward many times before from various places and that is to give vouchers instead of cash and they can only be exchanged for food/household goods/necessities etc
That they will then sell (at a reduced price) for cash to buy their drug of choice. Booze, fags, TV etc.
Already tried and didn't work.
 
#12
Seems young Tory MP Ben Bradley made a comment way back in 2012 that's got the snowflakes all in a tizzy again.

He said:



Tory MP apologises for suggesting the unemployed should be sterilised

Personally I think he's spot on. I'm sick of seeing these hordes of feral rats belonging to parents who just keep popping them out for more benefits or so they dont have to work.
Perhaps the Snowflakes might find the writings of early 20th Century Socialists and Fabians on limiting the size of families created by the "non productive" and the great thinkers of the time who identified "useless mouths" as a great evil an illumination.

Of course post WWII all that got something of a bad press and has been airbrushed ftom history.

Nowdays their great mantra is that concerns about family size of the third generation unwaged and mass migration of low skilled social dependants are hugely overstated and nothing to worry about.

Oh really
 
#14
These scum see the dole as a way of life, a non career path essentially. Whole generations of families have never, and don't intend to work.

I drive for a living, the amount of litter on the roadsides is disgusting. Those on the dole, get them out working for their money, cleaning the local community, doing those menial jobs to free up council workers to get on with more important things.

No attendance, No benefits. Turn to crime, mandatory 5 year sentence regardless of offence.
 
#15
That they will then sell (at a reduced price) for cash to buy their drug of choice. Booze, fags, TV etc.
Already tried and didn't work.
Coupons to be issued with name and address of the person who was given them and require ID to be used.
 
#17
Coupons to be issued with name and address of the person who was given them and require ID to be used.
My bold

Unworkable unfortunately.

Half of these creatures won't have passports, and are of the opinion that you don't actually need a licence to drive a car. Don't you remember all the liberal screams from a few years ago when the government were talking about a national ID card?
 
#18
Coupons to be issued with name and address of the person who was given them and require ID to be used.
What ID? No ID cards in the UK so a letter from the gas company or something?
 
#19
My bold

Unworkable unfortunately.

Half of these creatures won't have passports, and are of the opinion that you don't actually need a licence to drive a car. Don't you remember all the liberal screams from a few years ago when the government were talking about a national ID card?
I worked on The Social Fund DWP. We administer Budget Loans Crisis Loans Community Care Grants Maternity Grant and Funeral Grants. A trial of issuing vouchers for Argos for household items was to be brought in. Myself and other Decision Makers went on a 1 day course,all expences paid,slappup meal,hotel the works.
1 day before launch ( spent around 6 months preparing,leaflets printed,Argos books ready to issue along with said vouchers) ALL STOP ..... Cancelled due to the possibility of Legal Action under human rights laws. Turns out we could not dictate that these household items must be bought at Argos.
Argos was not picked because it was the cheapest it was chosen because of its universal price wherever you lived. So the voucher scheme has been wanted by the DWP since day 1. The blame is The Court of Human Rights
 

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