|I believe he has a fetish for hoods too.|
An artists impression of a twit.
Dave and his flunkies have been telling us this week that we need proper snooping, in the interests of security, as the last government - who are to blame for everything - made a mangle of the legislation. Therefore, in the interests of fairness and to help pay the bills when theyI have proved conclusively that oldies are terrorists and are heavily involved in the protest movement, yet despite this the government have adopted the pedestrian approach of killing oldies by killing the NHS. This is not an urgent enough approach and immediate action must be taken to firm up any loopholes now that oldies are taking their protests to the next step and trying to fan the flames of revolution by martyring themselves*. This from Russian sources
are kicked out leave office, they reserve the right to mangle legislation in their own the countries interests. They wholeheartedly have issued statements saying it has nothing to do with the new show Cam Dine with Me. I agree whole heartedly to any measures that track certain people. Even more so I believe that human trials should be performed on them so as to verify the safety and usefulness of policy. This is a far more palatable technique than animal testing, which is apparently quite unpopular. This is in stark contrast to shooting animals and hunting hoodies which would be immensely popular (on Saturday Nights to replace the X-Factor) if this government had any balls. As these policies of mine have not proved popular with this regime, I therefore propose a slightly more radical policy to save the broken people of these Bastard isles.
A 77-year-old Greek man has committed suicide in central Athens by the nation’s parliament, shooting himself with a handgun in apparent financial desperation...The pensioner appears to have been a retired pharmacist who owned a drugstore in Athens, ...A suicide note has been been found on the old man, saying “The Tsolakoglou government has annihilated all traces for my survival. And since I cannot find justice, I cannot find another means to react besides putting a decent end [to my life], before I start searching the garbage for food and become a burden for my child...Young people without a future will one day take up arms and hang the traitors upside down in Syntagma Square, as the Italians did to Mussolini in 1945.
Prior to the economic downturn Greece had the lowest suicide rate in Europe at 2.8 for every 100,000 inhabitants. Now, this figure has almost doubled, with police reporting over 600 suicide cases in 2010 and 2011 respectively. ...In neighboring Italy, a 78-year-old woman threw herself out of her third-floor apartment on Tuesday after her monthly pension was cut from 800 to 600 euro. Since the 25 per cent cut, the pensioner from Sicily had reportedly been struggling to make ends meet. "The government is making us all poorer, apart from the wealthy – who they don't touch – in contrast with us workers and small businessmen who are struggling with heavy debts," said her son
Oldies committing harikari would seem logical for staunch supporters of draconian policies who demand freeish trade. Indeed, as I revealed in my Budget Exclusive: Mandatory Suicide for Jobseekers barely two weeks ago the government were warning
Old people who do not engage with this offer will be considered for mandatory work
activitysuicide, and those who drop out without good reason will lose their benefitslife."
However, oldies choosing to take their own lives without being told to do so is just wrong. Old people, such as my old age stalker Les Johns, do not know what is good for them and must be told by youngsters the what, where, when and why of their miserable lives. Their deaths cannot be meaningless and they cannot be allowed to shirk responsibilities by taking the easy way out. This should come as no surprise to avid readers of this blog as I argued back in November:
Allowing people to die [by suicide] means they often remain unpunished and are taking the easy way out of their responsibilities and debts to the rest of society. This is NOT fair.
far better, no holds barred fairer approach is being taken in America where a 68-year-old veteran with a heart condition, set off his medical alarm and was tasered by police before being shot dead, possibly upon the suspicion of being both old and black.
* this is of course far easier to believe than accepting government policies for the past solar cycles are responsible for the ills in society - which have never existed before in the history of mankind. Like ever.AMY GOODMAN: What exactly did you hear your father say? He was inside the house as the police are coming inside, and the medical pendant company is recording all of this.KENNETH CHAMBERLAIN, JR.: I’ve heard—I heard several things on there. One thing you hear is my father pleading with them to leave him alone. Excuse me. You hear him asking them why are they doing this to him. He says, "I’m a 68-year-old man with a heart condition. Why are you doing this to me? I know what you’re going to do: you’re going to come in here, and you’re going to kill me." You also hear him pleading with the officers again, over and over. And at one point, that’s when the expletive is used by one of the police officers.AMY GOODMAN: What did they say?KENNETH CHAMBERLAIN, JR.: Where they say, "I don’t give a F." And then they use the N-word. And then, as I said, ultimately, they bust down the door. And it hurts because, as I said, it didn’t have to go to that point. You also hear the operators from the LifeAid company call the police station and say that they want to cancel the call, Mr. Chamberlain is OK. And at one point you hear the officer there at their central office say, "We’re not canceling anything." They say, "Call his son. Contact his son." And they say, "We’re not contacting anyone. We don’t need any mediators."