Thursday, 11 June 2009

Speechless

From the Grauniad.

We REALLY need a revolution.

18 comments:

Oldrightie said...

Giz a job Gordon. You need to be a devout Socialist to qualify. Shit at the job essential, arse licking degree required.

Constantly Furious said...

And you know what's even more fucking maddening? Only the fuckers who already have a job like this need apply.

I've been out of work for nearly 6 fucking months, but I no longer bother to apply for any of these overpaid, go-home-early-on-a-Friday jobs: I've learnt the hard way that you invariably have to have "public sector experience" before you can work in the public sector.

Not worked for the government before? The recruiters won't even take your phone calls.

Cunts.

Anonymous said...

Or pretend to be - I'm sure we can spread hypocrisy outside the Labour Party if we try really hard.

VotR said...

The private sector will always be leeched by the public sector under a Labour party government. If you have any money at all in your pocket, be prepared to hand it over whether you like it or not. This government and its civil servants are nothing short of a mafia, in its most precise terms.

Spread the wealth... and don't forget the ketchup. greedy troughing pigs.

Paul said...

And then there's the story about the ambassador to Poland getting in trouble with their government for spreading gay propaganda on the eve of a controversial gay rights march.

Morons, I tell you.

James said...

CUNTS

Newgates Knocker said...

I bet they have a tick list for the interview. If you don't mention diversity and cohesion and state that you are gay at least five times you've no chance.

Life under Labour, don't you just love it!!

Anonymous said...

They lie to us so lie, lie & lie again to them - it's the right thing to do.
'So Mr smith, I see on the application form you state you're gay but I see that you have two children & are actually married - to a woman'?
'Yes,that's correct, my wife & I are both gay but we also both wanted children so we decided to get married. My wife's female lover actually impregnated her on both occasions, using my sperm while I and my male lover went round Mothercare looking for baby furniture. We felt sure, and still do, that between the four of us we could provide the children with a loving & cohesive background....'

BNP guido refugee said...

Me and my better half are going through the adoption process at the moment. Very soon we will undergo the rigorous questioning of our private lives ( which I perfectly understand ), but I have a dilema.....

Should I tell the adoption people I vote BNP ?

Any advice ?

Anonymous said...

If you ever, ever want to hold that child. you had better keep quiet. The thing with the S.S (social services supposedly) is to tell them the very least you can get away with. don't elaborate. Don't try to make conversation. Just give them the minimum of pc crap until they go away (Oh and if by any chance the child is mixed race or has a disability don't forget the buzz words "Dual heritage" and "extra needs child") for gods sake don't mention sexualty (other than gay)or any form of discipline.

Hope this helps

Anonymous said...

Anon 11:51 has it exactly right. Tell the SS the very least you have to - certainly don't say anything about voting BNP. Personally, if you go to BNP meetings etc I'd drop that for the moment - and without any explanation - you never know who you can really, really trust trust. No interest in politics at all might be a good attitude - 'I just vote in the elections - oh for whichever party seems to have the best record on Equality & Diversity'. Play the bastards at their own game - & good luck for the eventual outcome.

electro-kevin said...

But ...

... would you want to work among this lot ?

It would drive you utterly bonkers.

Ivor Bigot said...

@VotR
As has been said many times, socialism is the process of taking property from those who have earned it, and giving it to those who have not. Our current leaders have found many, many ways to interpret this fact :-/

IB

BNP guido refugee said...

thanks for the advice....

I really asked because I had already worked out that it might be a problem, but I had a slight suspicion I could just be being to cynical. But you have confirmed what I already thought....too risky to chance telling the truth.

Which is a sad indicator of the way the United Kingdom of Zimbabwe has gone.

VotR said...

@Ivor

Yeah, it's a shame the motion to force Gordon to call a general election failed the other day. Otherwise we could have let him know how we feel sooner rather than later.

Anonymous said...

Doubt it will be any better under the Tories though!

Hair shirt lesbian said...

LibLabCon all bickering about cuts to public spending when what is needed is a massive axe to over three quarters.

I don't care that some muslim transexuals can't be outreached and that five a day adviser ends up on the dole eating potnoodles in front of Al-Jabeeba.
Oh and those shirts will have to lift themselves without funding for the gay parades.

Mark said...

Not sure if anyone has notice but one fo the lists adds up to 638, and the other 800. As such, there are 162 jobs that have not been accounted for in the 'Jobs by sector' list ???? unless I'm missing something

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