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Meanwhile, the Royal Family own property that hasn't been fully occupied since the early 1800s. Massive bunch of hypocritical cunts.
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Maybe the should all get a job, like the rest of us and pay there own way in life
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do any of you believe TPTB just want class warfare? that is why they are letting immigrants into already stressed out countries?
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No, TPTB are thinking in terms of dollars/Euros - as they always do.

They are thinking generationally. Although the next 20 years will see the UK become a stinking cesspool of poverty and unrest, as soon as the second and third generation of these eastern Europeans step up as productive members of society, then they'll be all for car loans and credit cards and mortgages - those little things which keep many as slaves to TPTB.

It might take four or five generations for Romania's peasantry in Romania to get to that level, so by relocating them to a developed and industrialised first world country like the UK, TPTB get to their goal a little quicker.

The more debt slaves the better.
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That is an interesting take on it.
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Maybe the should all get a job, like the rest of us and pay there own way in life
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I don't mind helping people out but they shouldn't make a career out of scamming the system. Unfortunately, once a person begins getting handouts it gets hard to give them up.
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do any of you believe TPTB just want class warfare? that is why they are letting immigrants into already stressed out countries?
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i wouldn't be surprised to discover that 'tptb' are marxist agents under the guise of eastern european e.u. migrants who are silently subverting western european governments. nor would i be surprised to find that the soviet union 'collapsed' by design and the eastern blocs became pseudo-social democracies so that they could join the e.u. and start destroying the capitalist system from within.

anatoliy golitsyn soviet defector and author of the perestroika deception, predicted the very same things:

"'The Perestroika Deception' explains the devious secret intent behind the Leninist strategy which the 'former' Communists are pursuing under cover of fake 'reform' and 'progress towards democracy'. The ultimate
objective is Lenin's: replacement of nation states with collective regional governments as
building blocks of the 'New World Social Order' - World [Communist] Government."

"Polish and East German 'restructuring' should be particularly closely watched because of their relevance to the 'restructuring' of Western Europe."

in other words, east germany and poland [along with other east european blocs] were 'restructured' into pseudo-social democracies so they could converge with western europe by becoming members of the european union.

there could be droves of marxist agents from these 'former' commie states who are clandestinely restructuring our governments / institutions as we speak. the worst aspect is, they would be classed as EU citizens and therefore could cause as much internal strife as possible, and no one would suspect shit.

and for america...

'RESTRUCTURING' IN THE UNITED STATES

"The Soviets will do their utmost to persuade the new Administration to follow Reagan's
policy of embracing 'perestroika' and rapprochement with the Soviet Union. They will
intensify the efforts of Gorbachev and Sakharov to engage the American elite in
cooperation over the environment, space, disarmament and the joint 'solution' of
social, political, economic, environmental, military and international problems15.
Visits by Soviet scientists, politicians, intellectuals and cultural delegations
will be stepped up in order to put across to the Americans the ideas of 'restructuring'
and convergence. Likewise, more American scientists, intellectuals, opinion-formers,
politicians and religious groups will be invited to the USSR where they will be subjected
to persuasion on the advantages of 'restructuring' and convergence.
Soviet agents of influence in the United States will redouble their attempts to
act as catalysts in promoting 'restructuring' and convergence. They will initiate public
debates on security aimed at shattering the American consensus on the Soviet threat
and destabilising and 'restructuring' the US military-industrial complex. KGB agents
among Soviet 'dissidents' and cultural defectors will travel back and forth between the
United States and the USSR acting as bridge-builders in cultural and political convergence.
The whole political potential of the KGB-controlled political parties and socalled
'grassroots organisations' will be used to establish links with their genuine
counterparts in the United States and influence them towards 'restructuring'.
During their visits to the United States they will try to impress the Americans with the growing similarity of their system to the American system and to convince
them of the soundness of convergence as a means of avoiding nuclear war."

"Since then, I have submitted new Memoranda to the CIA and American policymakers in which I explained Soviet grand strategy and its strategic designs against the West, the essence of 'perestroika' (the final phase of the strategy), the new use of the Bloc's political and security potential for introducing new deceptive controlled 'democratic', 'nationalist' and 'non-Communist' structures in the Communist countries, and the deployment of the political and security potential of the renewed 'democratic' regimes for the execution of the strategic design against the West."
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Oh yeah, they are definitely on their way to establishing their NWO. Thanks for the information.
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Lucky im not in council housing and even luckier I got land in kashmir. Im moving there sooner rather than later. What a shithole the uk truly has become
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Simple solution. Leave. Life is better. Believe me
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Where? In Greece?

You gotta be shittin' me!

cruise
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33879881


Greece doesn't have handouts or the problems that come with them. People are taking care of themselves by getting room mates, moving in with family or moving out to the country to start back farming. They are still a proud people who would rather live in their cars until they get back on their feet.
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Well, it does look like Greece is having a hard time with people fighting over food now. Just saw the link to the left of this page and we will see how they fare without social programs. Although they have opened up soup kitchens. As long as they get fed at least they can think of what to do next. No one can think on an empty stomach. And as long as Greece keeps it simple with soup kitchens and shelters hopefully the people will remain strong and get back on their feet. Nothing will make a person lazy as too many handouts.

fighting over food
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soup kitchens
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shelters---couldn't post a direct link so go to the page and it is the first story.
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You people are so fucking sick, the society reflects your sickness. I thought the UK people were a bit smarter than their cousins in the USA, but you are all the same, dispassionate, cold hearted, lowly thinking, self obsessed, arrogant, greedy bastards.
No wonder the third world starved and decayed with people like you in it nurturing your own self importance.

You all make this world sound like a zoo of commodity where money matters and those that have little are to be herded and manipulated. You all behave and think you are all bigger and better than the next, but you are the worst of all of them.

I hate this country now, not because it is full of foreigners, but because the British man is revealing his selfishness in very low ways of thinking. The system builders have created a vile prison for you all, yet you still pick on the most vulnerable because it is easy and you are cowards through and through.
I'm alright Jack so fuck you, I own and you don't so you can leave your homes and be hauled around because you're poor and serves you right, but me, I'm OK, and that's just how you like it... fucking cowards you British, protecting a system that shits on the vulnerable so long as it don't touch you!

Fucking scum the lot of you, no wonder the elderly are thrown away into abusive care homes and more than 50% of your kids victims of Pedo's, because you only care about your fucking selves.
It will hit you all in the long run and serves you all right evil minded selfish fucking scum.
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You people are so fucking sick, the society reflects your sickness. I thought the UK people were a bit smarter than their cousins in the USA, but you are all the same, dispassionate, cold hearted, lowly thinking, self obsessed, arrogant, greedy bastards.
No wonder the third world starved and decayed with people like you in it nurturing your own self importance.

You all make this world sound like a zoo of commodity where money matters and those that have little are to be herded and manipulated. You all behave and think you are all bigger and better than the next, but you are the worst of all of them.

I hate this country now, not because it is full of foreigners, but because the British man is revealing his selfishness in very low ways of thinking. The system builders have created a vile prison for you all, yet you still pick on the most vulnerable because it is easy and you are cowards through and through.
I'm alright Jack so fuck you, I own and you don't so you can leave your homes and be hauled around because you're poor and serves you right, but me, I'm OK, and that's just how you like it... fucking cowards you British, protecting a system that shits on the vulnerable so long as it don't touch you!

Fucking scum the lot of you, no wonder the elderly are thrown away into abusive care homes and more than 50% of your kids victims of Pedo's, because you only care about your fucking selves.
It will hit you all in the long run and serves you all right evil minded selfish fucking scum.
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I'm with this guy......truth is written here.
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Maybe the should all get a job, like the rest of us and pay there own way in life
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not enough jobs.the ones on dss sould be made into community groups,cleaning up what rubbish bins thier kids stole and set fire to,pick up litter,clean the beaches,start allotments,charity work,make kids join in off of school days.if your made to know your nieghbours,it builds community spirit,and don't want some yobs wrecking it.i was so ill,to walk 15 mins to shops i had to sit on every bench for ten mins,then off to next one,it was actually nice,lots old ladies sat there for ages with dog happily sniffing about,i got friendly with lots.then they all dissappeared,i asked council please replace benches as i have too sit on grass and old folk stuck indoors,the girl behind desk was foriegn,i asked 3 times,couldn't understand me,or her,i demanded someone who spoke english,was told.they wont be replaced as cost £300.each to burn,and metal ones destroyed too.that was 7 yrs ago,still none.
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Maybe the should all get a job, like the rest of us and pay there own way in life
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not enough jobs.the ones on dss sould be made into community groups,cleaning up what rubbish bins thier kids stole and set fire to,pick up litter,clean the beaches,start allotments,charity work,make kids join in off of school days.if your made to know your nieghbours,it builds community spirit,and don't want some yobs wrecking it.i was so ill,to walk 15 mins to shops i had to sit on every bench for ten mins,then off to next one,it was actually nice,lots old ladies sat there for ages with dog happily sniffing about,i got friendly with lots.then they all dissappeared,i asked council please replace benches as i have too sit on grass and old folk stuck indoors,the girl behind desk was foriegn,i asked 3 times,couldn't understand me,or her,i demanded someone who spoke english,was told.they wont be replaced as cost £300.each to burn,and metal ones destroyed too.that was 7 yrs ago,still none.
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Why not go out there and build a bench yourself? I doubt it would cost 300. That's admin fees. I've bought the supplies to build one for less than 40. In seven years if you put away about 6 quid a year you should be able to buy one.

You don't have to create benefit chain gangs. Build your own community.
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this is not about people who own their own homes.
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Um, people can buy their council home here.
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Carpet you fucking facetious troll, if they fucking brought it then it wouldn't apply to them and you kow that. That one statement alone proves you're just here trolling
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this is not about people who own their own homes.
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Um, people can buy their council home here.
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Carpet you fucking facetious troll, if they fucking brought it then it wouldn't apply to them and you kow that. That one statement alone proves you're just here trolling
 Quoting: F F S


It takes years to buy a home.
As I pointed out earlier, there are programs where they buy part of the value and then rent the other part until the process is complete, which can take decades.

There are gray areas in life my dear self-loathing dichotomous thinking friend.

edit:
Here is the link to that one program. I'm sure there are others
[link to www.gov.uk (secure)]

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yup.
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I really hope im wrong i do. I just hope i get a few more years to prepare better.
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I don't think you are wrong. The government really could care less about any of us. Especially the welfare cases who are not working at all. What are they contributing? Nothing. And I am NOT talking about the truly disabled who can't work for any of y'all on here. I am talking about the real deadbeats.
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Better to be a deadbeat than a slave.
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The reaction to this proposal illustrates an excellent reason to oppose all expansions in government entitlements: Once the government starts giving people money for some reason, they can never stop. They can't even reduce how much money they give for that reason, even if the reason no longer exists, or never existed to begin with.

Entitlements are a ratchet, costing ever greater amounts of money until they finally cause the government to go bust. This is why expansions of entitlements are dangerous.

People like Saul Alinsky and his student Obama know this. In fact, they depend on it as part of their philosophy.

Alinsky teaches that one way to bring about large-scale change in a society is to overwhelm its systems until they collapse. At that point, you can institute new systems that are more along the lines of what you want. The fact that government entitlements are a ratchet are what make this possible.

In the specific case of Obama, he intends to use this technique to destroy the free enterprise-based American health care financing system and replace it with a socialist system. To do that, he created Obamacare, which institutes a government-driven ratchet intended to make health insurance unaffordable. At the same time, he creates government-sponsored "exchanges" (a weasel-word for "collectives") where people can buy insurance.

The plan: Obamacare floods the system with mandates that make health insurance unprofitable, such as mandating no preexisting condition exclusions, no lifetime benefits caps, ruinous taxes on medical equipment, etc. It also floods the system with people who can't afford to buy insurance and require government subsidies, which the government can cap at below the rate the insurance companies need to charge, thus making them lose money on millions of new customers.

Once the government is fully in charge, they keep ratcheting up the number of people covered unprofitably and the cost of medical care. That results in skyrocketing insurance premiums, forcing employers to cancel their insurance coverage. The workers are then forced to seek medical insurance from the collectives. This continues until virtually everybody is buying health insurance from the collectives.

The private insurance market eventually crashes. When that happens, the government is "obligated" to step in and create a socialist medical system. The government then nationalizes and combines the exchanges into a single new government agency, and merges that agency into the gigantic new National Health Department, along with Medicare and Medicaid.

Goal achieved: Another doomed-to-fail socialist medical program created.

Again, this scenario is possible, in fact guaranteed, because a new entitlement was created, Obamacare, backed by a government ratchet. It can't fail.

And that's another reason that new entitlements should be resisted. Leftist politicians have figured out how turn an entitlement into a new branch of socialist government.

What's next? Retirement. There's $17.5 trillion in private retirement plans.

Yes, this is very possible. They did it with health care, why not retirement?
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what are you candy ass tards going to riot with ? hah your riots ain't worth shit
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Oh really? You obviously don't remember the Poll Tax riots...

I can't remember seeing any Americans rioting with their precious guns either...
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Lol i d`ont think i`ve seen any yanks riot about a political issue ever. Mass demonstration yeah but a real riot no. That tells you something right there !!!

Tell a lie i remember seeing on TV in England the L.A. riots but that is going back a long time now but that was racially provoked and not political.
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...Lol i d`ont think i`ve seen any yanks riot about a political issue ever. Mass demonstration yeah but a real riot no. That tells you something right there !!!...etc.
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Yes, it tells you that we mostly try to change things by peaceful ways that maintain order. It tells you that, at least up until recently, right or wrong, Americans have not felt powerless in the face of our government. It tells you that we haven't felt like we needed to resort to that sort of infantile behavior. It shows that, believe it or not, we still believe we can change things the government does without resorting to civil unrest.

What's missing in this ridiculous exchange between people who know nothing about Americans and our country is that law abiding Americans see violence of any sort as an absolute last resort, to be undertaken when absolutely everything else has been tried. Suggesting that Americans are being inconsistent in this regard is comically ignorant in two ways:

- It shows that you have no idea of how desperate ordinary Americans have to feel in order to resort to violence, especially gun violence.

- It shows that you have no idea that more and more people are talking this way because they feel like they are heading toward that last-resort position with regard to the government.

You'd better hope that you never see civil unrest and violence among the majority of law-abiding Americans. That would be a sure sign that the majority of us have decided that the government is completely out of control, and there is absolutely no other way to solve the problem but to shut it down, dismantle it, and start over.

The implications on the state of the rest of the world, both before and after it started, are nothing you'd want to face. The US isn't some insignificant southern European country, we're a cog at the very center of the entire world's economic machine. If we feel our country is so broken we need to take action like that, it means that that cog in the machine is broken, and the whole machine is probably fucked.

Bottom line: You'd better get down and pray that you never see the day that masses of Americans resort to armed resistance. We are not hypocrites, and we are not afraid.
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Maybe the should all get a job, like the rest of us and pay there own way in life
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not enough jobs.the ones on dss sould be made into community groups,cleaning up what rubbish bins thier kids stole and set fire to,pick up litter,clean the beaches,start allotments,charity work,make kids join in off of school days.if your made to know your nieghbours,it builds community spirit,and don't want some yobs wrecking it.i was so ill,to walk 15 mins to shops i had to sit on every bench for ten mins,then off to next one,it was actually nice,lots old ladies sat there for ages with dog happily sniffing about,i got friendly with lots.then they all dissappeared,i asked council please replace benches as i have too sit on grass and old folk stuck indoors,the girl behind desk was foriegn,i asked 3 times,couldn't understand me,or her,i demanded someone who spoke english,was told.they wont be replaced as cost £300.each to burn,and metal ones destroyed too.that was 7 yrs ago,still none.
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Why not go out there and build a bench yourself? I doubt it would cost 300. That's admin fees. I've bought the supplies to build one for less than 40. In seven years if you put away about 6 quid a year you should be able to buy one.

You don't have to create benefit chain gangs. Build your own community.
 Quoting: The Lump Under the Carpet

because there is no sodding community,and people need to work,have food,shelter,love etc to lead a meaningfull life.i,have thought being a fellow DID you wouln't be so condescending and rude to people,every time i come on a thread your on,i get some nasty red karma shit,how childish and attention seeking your threads are.i never have used karma to belittle others.by the way i've worked my whole life until being severely disabled.have a nice self centered bitch.end of,
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Maybe the should all get a job, like the rest of us and pay there own way in life
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not enough jobs.the ones on dss sould be made into community groups,cleaning up what rubbish bins thier kids stole and set fire to,pick up litter,clean the beaches,start allotments,charity work,make kids join in off of school days.if your made to know your nieghbours,it builds community spirit,and don't want some yobs wrecking it.i was so ill,to walk 15 mins to shops i had to sit on every bench for ten mins,then off to next one,it was actually nice,lots old ladies sat there for ages with dog happily sniffing about,i got friendly with lots.then they all dissappeared,i asked council please replace benches as i have too sit on grass and old folk stuck indoors,the girl behind desk was foriegn,i asked 3 times,couldn't understand me,or her,i demanded someone who spoke english,was told.they wont be replaced as cost £300.each to burn,and metal ones destroyed too.that was 7 yrs ago,still none.
 Quoting: lupa14714


Why not go out there and build a bench yourself? I doubt it would cost 300. That's admin fees. I've bought the supplies to build one for less than 40. In seven years if you put away about 6 quid a year you should be able to buy one.

You don't have to create benefit chain gangs. Build your own community.
 Quoting: The Lump Under the Carpet

because there is no sodding community,and people need to work,have food,shelter,love etc to lead a meaningfull life.i,have thought being a fellow DID you wouln't be so condescending and rude to people,every time i come on a thread your on,i get some nasty red karma shit,how childish and attention seeking your threads are.i never have used karma to belittle others.by the way i've worked my whole life until being severely disabled.have a nice self centered bitch.end of,
 Quoting: lupa14714


You're the one that said having others work "builds community spirit", but I guess that doesn't apply to you working.
Hmmm, double standard.
I was just trying to suggest building a bench.

If you have multiple personalities, you might just be able to ask the grown up one to hold the hammer. It's not a physical disability. Ask your psychologist if this is safe for you. With all of that anger maybe you would go around chasing children with the hammer for all I know.


Oh, by the way, this isn't my thread, but thanks for giving me the credit for this and the red karma system. Lol.

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...Lol i d`ont think i`ve seen any yanks riot about a political issue ever. Mass demonstration yeah but a real riot no. That tells you something right there !!!...etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19412151
Yes, it tells you that we mostly try to change things by peaceful ways that maintain order. It tells you that, at least up until recently, right or wrong, Americans have not felt powerless in the face of our government. It tells you that we haven't felt like we needed to resort to that sort of infantile behavior. It shows that, believe it or not, we still believe we can change things the government does without resorting to civil unrest.

What's missing in this ridiculous exchange between people who know nothing about Americans and our country is that law abiding Americans see violence of any sort as an absolute last resort, to be undertaken when absolutely everything else has been tried. Suggesting that Americans are being inconsistent in this regard is comically ignorant in two ways:

- It shows that you have no idea of how desperate ordinary Americans have to feel in order to resort to violence, especially gun violence.

- It shows that you have no idea that more and more people are talking this way because they feel like they are heading toward that last-resort position with regard to the government.

You'd better hope that you never see civil unrest and violence among the majority of law-abiding Americans. That would be a sure sign that the majority of us have decided that the government is completely out of control, and there is absolutely no other way to solve the problem but to shut it down, dismantle it, and start over.

The implications on the state of the rest of the world, both before and after it started, are nothing you'd want to face. The US isn't some insignificant southern European country, we're a cog at the very center of the entire world's economic machine. If we feel our country is so broken we need to take action like that, it means that that cog in the machine is broken, and the whole machine is probably fucked.

Bottom line: You'd better get down and pray that you never see the day that masses of Americans resort to armed resistance. We are not hypocrites, and we are not afraid.
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Yeah right your country is fucked and as soon as it implodes the rest of us will follow soon after. I hope you yanks like chinese food lol.
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Maybe the should all get a job, like the rest of us and pay there own way in life
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not enough jobs.the ones on dss sould be made into community groups,cleaning up what rubbish bins thier kids stole and set fire to,pick up litter,clean the beaches,start allotments,charity work,make kids join in off of school days.if your made to know your nieghbours,it builds community spirit,and don't want some yobs wrecking it.i was so ill,to walk 15 mins to shops i had to sit on every bench for ten mins,then off to next one,it was actually nice,lots old ladies sat there for ages with dog happily sniffing about,i got friendly with lots.then they all dissappeared,i asked council please replace benches as i have too sit on grass and old folk stuck indoors,the girl behind desk was foriegn,i asked 3 times,couldn't understand me,or her,i demanded someone who spoke english,was told.they wont be replaced as cost £300.each to burn,and metal ones destroyed too.that was 7 yrs ago,still none.
 Quoting: lupa14714


Why not go out there and build a bench yourself? I doubt it would cost 300. That's admin fees. I've bought the supplies to build one for less than 40. In seven years if you put away about 6 quid a year you should be able to buy one.

You don't have to create benefit chain gangs. Build your own community.
 Quoting: The Lump Under the Carpet

because there is no sodding community,and people need to work,have food,shelter,love etc to lead a meaningfull life.i,have thought being a fellow DID you wouln't be so condescending and rude to people,every time i come on a thread your on,i get some nasty red karma shit,how childish and attention seeking your threads are.i never have used karma to belittle others.by the way i've worked my whole life until being severely disabled.have a nice self centered bitch.end of,
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don't pay lump any mind. she is just being mean. and i can see why they won't replace the benches if they are just going to get destroyed. better to just buy a cheap canvas light fold up chair(camping chairs) and take it with you to sit and then take it back home with you. if you build a bench they will just take it or burn it.
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don't pay lump any mind. she is just being mean. and i can see why they won't replace the benches if they are just going to get destroyed. better to just buy a cheap canvas light fold up chair(camping chairs) and take it with you to sit and then take it back home with you. if you build a bench they will just take it or burn it.
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Yeah, I'm mean by suggesting they get involved with and help their community the same way they want the other community members to help.

It's wonderful for everyone else to help out, but for them to help out- oh that's mean.

So cruel actually suggesting someone give back and participate, especially when they think it's a wonderful and enriching idea for everyone else.

Nah, I just dislike hypocrites. Especially moochers that think they are above manual labor while telling everyone else to do it lmfao.
Not only do they believe they are entitled, but they think the other poor are their slaves.

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thats exactly what i said in the first place!! make all the dss lot,most are bored out of their minds,do some kind of community work.i cant organize it,i.ve tried voluntry work,still hoping to get some at animal shelters or oap help.
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from april 2013 the uk gov introduces the dreaded bedroom tax this will inflict severe hardship for thousands of people ,even people on low wages,if this dosent create the road to riots nothing will,stand up and fight uk.hiding
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yep
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A little bedtime story. There was a big ball, a medium ball and a small ball in a room, and the big ball whispers to the medium ball that the small ball is taking up too much room, so the medium ball destroys the small ball.......so now who is the small ball?
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Think "Murphy Beds" [link to www.google.com]

or inflatable bed
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That wont work, this is basically a tax on tenants who have rented accommodation, the specification of the house is applied.

IE a single person living in a home with 1 or 2 spare bedrooms will have to pay if those bedrooms are not being utilized under specific rules.
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What!? How/who does checks to see if they are being used?
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You people are so fucking sick, the society reflects your sickness. I thought the UK people were a bit smarter than their cousins in the USA, but you are all the same, dispassionate, cold hearted, lowly thinking, self obsessed, arrogant, greedy bastards.
No wonder the third world starved and decayed with people like you in it nurturing your own self importance.

You all make this world sound like a zoo of commodity where money matters and those that have little are to be herded and manipulated. You all behave and think you are all bigger and better than the next, but you are the worst of all of them.

I hate this country now, not because it is full of foreigners, but because the British man is revealing his selfishness in very low ways of thinking. The system builders have created a vile prison for you all, yet you still pick on the most vulnerable because it is easy and you are cowards through and through.
I'm alright Jack so fuck you, I own and you don't so you can leave your homes and be hauled around because you're poor and serves you right, but me, I'm OK, and that's just how you like it... fucking cowards you British, protecting a system that shits on the vulnerable so long as it don't touch you!

Fucking scum the lot of you, no wonder the elderly are thrown away into abusive care homes and more than 50% of your kids victims of Pedo's, because you only care about your fucking selves.
It will hit you all in the long run and serves you all right evil minded selfish fucking scum.
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Excellent, right with ya rockon
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thats exactly what i said in the first place!! make all the dss lot,most are bored out of their minds,do some kind of community work.i cant organize it,i.ve tried voluntry work,still hoping to get some at animal shelters or oap help.
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And yet you got defensive and called me a cruel bitch when I suggested that you get involved in one tiny project. Hmm....multiple personalities, huh?

I'm sorry. I believe hypocrite before that mumbo jumbo.

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our prime monster is too busy getting business for the arms dealers, like his mentor John Major, and giving tax cuts to the rich

nice, thanks liberals for siding with the posh party
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You people are so fucking sick, the society reflects your sickness. I thought the UK people were a bit smarter than their cousins in the USA, but you are all the same, dispassionate, cold hearted, lowly thinking, self obsessed, arrogant, greedy bastards.
No wonder the third world starved and decayed with people like you in it nurturing your own self importance.

You all make this world sound like a zoo of commodity where money matters and those that have little are to be herded and manipulated. You all behave and think you are all bigger and better than the next, but you are the worst of all of them.

I hate this country now, not because it is full of foreigners, but because the British man is revealing his selfishness in very low ways of thinking. The system builders have created a vile prison for you all, yet you still pick on the most vulnerable because it is easy and you are cowards through and through.
I'm alright Jack so fuck you, I own and you don't so you can leave your homes and be hauled around because you're poor and serves you right, but me, I'm OK, and that's just how you like it... fucking cowards you British, protecting a system that shits on the vulnerable so long as it don't touch you!

Fucking scum the lot of you, no wonder the elderly are thrown away into abusive care homes and more than 50% of your kids victims of Pedo's, because you only care about your fucking selves.
It will hit you all in the long run and serves you all right evil minded selfish fucking scum.
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I'm with this guy......truth is written here.
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Me too. hf

Glad to see that at least some of my fellow country men/women have some compassion and feeling.

Some of the replies in this thread have made me feel sick. It has'nt surprised me though in the least i'm sad to say.
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what would happen if people remove internal walls?

...less bedrooms.. jus an idea
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