Diversifying slightly, a couple of years ago, there was a problem of fire crews coming under attack from gangs of yobs. On the Jeremy Vine show on Radio 2, there was a Fire Chief and an apologist debating it. The apologist was spouting the usual crap "We must try and discover why these disenfranchised and marginalised youths are behaving like this?" He did not have the courage to stand up and say that it was mindless hooliganism solely for the sake of it. Obviously he was too afraid of upsetting people with the truth. The Fire Chief, you could tell what he really wanted to say, but if he spoke the truth, then all the apologists would have been screaming at the Fire Brigade bosses to sack him for being honest, and no doubt, they would have. You must not hurt the feelings of the "marginalised."
Wednesday, 9 January 2013
Manchester Pt 2
Continuing my theme on Manchester, do you remember when David Cameron, before he became Prime Minister, had a walkabout areas of Manchester, and a press photographer caught a hoodie making gun gestures at his back? Wow, the bleeding hearts & do-gooders must have had a field day with that, spouting all kinds of bollocks, simply to excuse his actions. Two words that really get my back up are "Disenfranchised" & "Marginalised." Let us strip away the bullshit and take a cold hard look at him. Did he look like the person some employer would rush out to hire? Pause for laughter. From the apologists you would get, "What prospects does he have?" Certainly none. And that is of his own making. During my spells of unemployment, I was out every day looking for work. No problem to it, you just get your fucking bone idle arse out of bed and out the front door.