Sunday, 8 November 2009

Labour's Client State

Man escapes Labour's Merseyside, yesterday

Funnily enough, I was just ranting over the Sunday Roast about how East Germans were kept in their place by free jobs for life, free housing, free education and free health as long as they gave their total and utter obedience to the Party and the State. They managed to placate an entire nation for 40 years.

Labour have managed it in just 12 years. Guess what? Out of the 200 constituencies (another way of saying 200 seats in the Politburo) with the highest proportion of benefit recipients, a massive 189 have Labour MPs.

One third of the seats in Parliament are represented by dole scounging, benefit sucking fucking wastrels, high on tax payers money and living the fucking life of Riley at the expense of everyone else.

There it is. Labour's "client" state. Wonder why the streets are full of Stella swilling, Argos blinged mongtards without a care in the world? Labour WANTS it that way. Wondered why most of London speaks Somali and dresses in fucking tents? Labour wants it that way. Wondered why gun crime and violence in the UK makes us the most dangerous fucking place in Europe? Labour wants it that way.

You traitorous bastards. You have used our stolen money to fuck us. A country ruined so that YOU could have the power to bribe yourselves to yet more power.

It's going to bite you. It fucked the Soviets, it fucked the East Germans, the Bulgarians, the Romanians and it's going to fuck you. I can't wait. If you think bribing the feckless and the foreign with my tax money is going to keep you in your ivory tower at Westminster, you are wrong.

If you're lucky, it'll be bloodless. But don't bet on it. We, the silent, taxpaying, lawful, hardworking majority are coming for you.

39 comments:

Wardog said...

Powerful stuff

microdave said...

No, no, you've got it all wrong. These seats are represented by Labour because the nasty Tories don't care about the unemployed....

Just joking - I thought it was a crap answer as well.

john in cheshire said...

As I've said before, I volunteer to be the person who kicks the chair from under the feet of the traitors. I'm afraid it will be the job of others to bring them to me for Justice. Will that glorious day ever come, do we think?

Corrugated Soundbite said...

I used to think that one of two things would happen - either revolution or anarchy. I lean towards anarchy now as society is so divided. Because Labour wants it that way. Effnik minorities, smokers, drinkers, drivers, chavs, fatties. All trained to eat each other while the political classes cream some more off.

They know that when the shit really hits the fan a lot of people will be too busy attacking each other to attack the politicians behind all this. Well, that's what they think. I'm not biting though. And when the time comes, it'll be the politicos I go after. With a crossbow. Tirelessly.

JD said...

I rather hope that the blood of politicians will be spilt, and a few necks broken. JD.

Captain Ranty said...

I live the life of Riley too.

The trouble is, it's the life of Mavis Riley.

And yes, I agree. The swift, but painful death of the 646, can not happen soon enough for me.

That, and the purchase of two small thermonuclear devices, one aimed at Brussels, and the other at Strasbourg, might just placate me.

Otherwise I am adding a few more rusty six-inchers to my big knobbly club. I'm a modern chap, but I can go "old-school" if the need arises.

CR.

Anonymous said...

A sharp spade would do the job nicely. Keep it behind the front door for the first Labour politician to arrive. Then give the bastard the good news.

under the Westway said...

Have just been on the phone to a mate in Wales - people are STILL being nudged onto Invalidity instead of JSA. Wass going on? I thought they were meant to have put a stop to that. Seems everything from having a cold to feeling a bit poorly after a heavy night out being clobbered by cross-dressing cage fighters qualifies as Invalid in Swansea.

£90 a week plus your rent paid and a hobble on the side, you can see why no one wants to get out of bed in the morning.

electro-kevin said...

Actually I pray that Labour get in next time too. To deal with the festering turd that they've created for the Tories.

Cameron seems to offer very little to us.

bofl said...

re under the westway........

it is all about fiddling the dole figs so that mcsnot can attempt to look like the saviour of the world!

they dont actually care what is going on-as o/h says-EVERYTHING is done so that the politicians can steal the country and our money...........

in the u.s the jobless figures came out last friday 10.2 % !!!!!!!!
but it is really about 20%.......

but then that wouldnt fit in with Obama being the new messiah would it?

Anonymous said...

"We, the silent, taxpaying, lawful, hardworking majority are coming for you."

Of course you are dear. As you did on Thursday?

Your powers of bullshittery never appear to wane Holbers, eh?

Anonymous said...

highest proportion of benefit recipients a massive 189 have labour mp,s
Never knew that there were that many constituencies in jockland

scunnert said...

Too late I'm afraid. I expect you'll be having that dawn knock on your front door any day now. A free holiday in sunny climes courtesy of Extraordinary Rendition Airways is awaiting you.

Gordon Brown said...

Right, that fucking well does it.

I will join the Libetarian Party

Oldrightie said...

The Labour plan will be finalised as they trudge off to Central Government jobs in Brussels, leaving a weak and powerless Governor behind.

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

Labour are not all that bad. They are helping people to vote

Fidothedog said...

It will happen when more and more of the the silent, taxpaying, lawful, hardworking majority find that thanks to McSnotty they no longer have a job.

Edgar said...

"We, the silent, taxpaying, lawful, hardworking majority are coming for you."

Umm. When did I give you the right to speak for me? I can do that myself, thank you.

Roy G Davis said...

There's one thing I don't understand: Having being brought up with a mother that was/is dependant on benefits (and therefore a Labour voter) I have never once known her or anyone else scrounging like she did/does actually vote. The message from them was always along the lines of "F*cking conservatives are for all the posh people, I vote Labour." And then in the next sentence would be "I ain't voting cos they're all the same and won't actually do anything for me" [puffs away on fag].

Whilst it's intriguing that the top 189 of 200 seats (or whatever it was) are Labour seats, I honestly (being someone witnessing first-hand) don't believe it's actually these social-scroungers actually voting for these Socialist fuckwits. Which means there must be Leftish Socialist twats out there that are not on State handouts/benefits. Oh, wait there are: the public sector!

And just for the record: I believe benefits have a purpose when used as a stop-gap between jobs or illness but the endemic abuse of the system is ridiculous and if something was done about it decades ago (you really think it's a recent phenomenon??!?) then maybe my mother would have had better respect for herself and actually got a job (to be fair to her, the decision was a no-brainer - getting a job would have cost her dearly financially as the benefits system is so fucking generous as to make it more financially rewarding to remain on benefits than go "legit"/withdraw). Now my younger brothers and sisters have left the nest the benefit gravy train has ended for Mum. 30-odd years with no job history and she has put herself into a hole she never saw coming (another situation the State creates/encourages: by taking away self-reliance there is not a chance in hell that the current crop of welfare dependants will be self-reliant for the next 30-60 years). With the bailouts hanging largely on my tax bill in the years to come we also have to carrying paying for the ever-growing band of social fucking scumbags.

Jim said...

To be fair to the Labour Party, it is hardly surprising that they represent the poorest constituencies in the Country. However, is their any evidence that the long term unemployed actually vote? I wonder where the lowest turnouts are? I bet the top two hundred scrounger constituencies are in there?

Having said that, the subtext is spot on. The welfare state is no longer doing what it is supposed to do, if, it ever done so. The welfare state was supposed to tide people over till they got jobs.

The economic realities have changed now. We no longer need an endless supply of unskilled workers to in the workforce. We are running a huge surplus of labour and those among the ranks of the unemployed are simply not needed. Instead of recruiting from the ranks of the dregs of society, we can hire the best that Eastern Europe can offer. I cannot think of a single reason why anyone would employ an ex steel worker from Halifax with a dodgy ticker to do some fetch and carry work, when I can employ a Latvian half his age and no hassle.

Most of these people will never work again, so why prop up a failing system? The welfare state has done its task. We closed down the old industries and weaned the grim North out of their State controlled industries in the eighties. We can now dismantle the welfare state too. All those dark mines and heavy industry jobs are all gone. Anyone who thinks that ex miner stock is going to command a salary in the knowledge based economy is living in cloud cuckoo land.

Scrap the welfare state and let those most able swim away from the wreckage and let the rest sink.

.243 Win said...

I apologise for being a shade late into proceedings but last night's debacle was an illustration too relevant to leave out.

I'm a sound engineer/producer for various bands. Some you'll have heard of, others not. Beside the point.

Last night, I was asked to do what should have been a normal gig on the Northern end of Bristol - close to Southmead : Gig was fine, but around 00:35, Wingnut 'A' took offence at something Wingnut 'B' said about his mother/girl/car/dog and promptly put 'nut 'B's head through a reinforced glass door.

While 'B' was bleeding out on the floor, rather than dial 999, his cohorts called NHS Direct ("'yur; if they call the meat wagon and the filth, it 'aint us that dunnit").

Meanwhile, his woman of the week demanded to see the venue management because "It's 'posed to be safety glass in there, innit. He's goin to be disfigured for life on account of the negligence of the relevant authorities to observe the correct standards. Do you have liability insurance ?"

Aside from the sheer surrealism of that statement issuing forth from the mouth of a pissed-up 19/20-year old, just pause to reflect on the where they ever obtained the notion that human life wasn't as important as the price tag that can be attached to it.

Words fail me. Doesn't happen often......

Rogerborg said...

Coming for them like you did on November the 5th? In other words, falling meekly in line when (another) costumed fop wagged a finger at you?

Oh, they'll be trembling in their beds tonight. With laughter.

banned said...

As Roy G Davis points out 19:56 there is the other side to the coin. The vast number of reasonably skilled and educated people supporting the not-working classes, all those armies of co-ordinaters, support and outreach workers not to mention the dizzy little trainers and in-house Departmental management consultants with their dinky little lap-tops flying around the country consulting with each other at our expense and with little of value to show for it. Labour voters all.

Anonymous said...

How on earth are almost a fifth of the people in Rhondda on incapacity benefits? Do they have a special way of filling the forms in?

Anonymous said...

"How on earth are almost a fifth of the people in Rhondda on incapacity benefits?"

Being Welsh is a disability? ;-)

Taffy the sheep worrier said...

They've put their backs out shagging the sheep.

Anonymous said...

Well said... but I hope its not bloodless ,lots of lamp posts lots of piano wire.

I am Stan said...

All this talk of ¨lamp posts and piano wire¨ is utter bollocks..

First off its called murder,

Second ask yourself, would you really have the guts to kill someone for your political ideology,are you a murderer?

And thirdly its treason..

And traitors should hang!

Anonymous said...

Treason is what just about every cabinet minister since the days of Heath is guilty of. They do deserve to hang,but only after a fair trial.
Urban11

Sir Henry Morgan said...

A fair trial followed by a fair hanging.

Sounds good to me.

Anonymous said...

Dumb and dependent. That’s how Labour likes its voter base.

Reduced to essentially helpless wards of the state, with just enough education to be able to scrawl an X by the word ‘Labour’ on a ballot sheet.

tomsmith said...

The old "piano wire" line is laughably stupid. It makes me cringe every time it is repeated on a libertarian blog.

Wouldn't it be great if we had a French style revolution and the mob butchered the political aristocracy in a reign of terror?

Err, no.

Anonymous said...

Commentators on a libertian blog may not be libertarian - hence comments on lamposts & piano - which, personally sounds a very good idea considering some of the scum currently on the Westminister gravy train. Aftr a fair trial of course - no jury required - isn't that Labour's latest plan?

tomsmith said...

It isn't just the comment sections. Libertarian blogs constantly mutter implied (and not so implied) threats to our elected representatives about the coming violent revenge of the mob. It is embarrassing.

tomsmith said...

anon: whether or not it is labour's plan is irrelevant- trial without jury is always wrong, even if it is for people you really dislike.

I am Stan said...

The implied and not so implied threats and insults are when the mainstream stops taking Libs seriously and just views them as loons I believe.

It is funny though..like panto!

GORDON`S BEHIND YOU! Ahhhhhhhhh

tomsmith said...

The ironic thing is that there isn't a section of society less in touch with what the mob thinks than libertarians. We would surely be first in line for piano wiring after they were done with the labour party.

I am Stan said...

tomsmith..good point..fact is the more aggressive and ruthless political ideology`s are the ones that come out tops in a revolution..

Real Libertarians to my understanding are not aggressive or ruthless...but open minded and flexible...I think so, I dont know that much about them,i may well be wrong.

Anonymous said...

http://confessionsofamarxist.blogspot.com/2009/03/communism-has-killed-100-million.html

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