Friday, 6 December 2013

Old Age Terrorists #95 African Bloke Dies

Sending AIDS to Africa is working. 
In death we are supposed to celebrate life, honouring a loved one. This is not the case with the elderly who, as avid readers should know, are being culled by the winter, in hospital wings and in modern abattoirs, also know as the care system. Their deaths are not mourned but celebrated in the corridors of power as they relinquish their burden to the state. This is because old people are sponging terrorists and it just so happens some are more notorious that others, when clearly there is a pattern here.

Dead Brown Old Age Terrorist
Image: Brazilian sources
Dead Brown Old Age Terrorist
Image: official sources
So whilst the world now venerates a dead man it is worth remembering his crimes, after all the BBC venerated Jimmy Saville after he died and look what happened then! Now when looking into crimes of an appalling nature it is worth asking for the opinion of the most notorious practitioners of terrorist crimes who also happen to be old, making them fucking experts! Behold;
Margaret Thatcher "'The ANC is a typical terrorist organisation" 
“The ANC was then viewed as a terrorist organization," [Dick] Cheney said on ABC's "This Week." "I don't have any problems at all with the vote I cast 20 years ago.'' Notoriously dodgy source.
Indeed I for one want to know why the dead African was never investigated for openly admitting "There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." Which is pretty dodgy if you ask me, especially in light of mentioning Jimmy Saville in this very piece.

Just think how much brighter the future would be in Africa if all the taxes spent on saving oldies could be saved for other causes...
African governments tend not to pay much attention to the issue of an ageing population. Attention has been diverted, it says, by other urgent and pressing demographic problems. They include rapid population growth, resulting in high numbers of young people and high youth unemployment, as well as high child and maternal mortality rates and a growing urban population. Younger people are more vocal and visible than the elderly. Also, governments may pay more attention to them because of the fear of social and political unrest. Notoriously dodgy official source
...and be thankful that this is not something many ordinary Africans have to consider. It's better this way. So we should celebrate, and if anything the media has taught me the death of an old brown person is always a bloody good reason to celebrate

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