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    Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

    Watching the conference by the conservative party in the UK. I have been hearing the same tune that it was sung when Margaret Thatcher was in her first year as prime minister.
    It can be said that all speeches have the same meaning in spite of the words being jumble around the speech.


    It could be said that is thatcherism all over again, with the MOTTO "CUT", "CUT", "CUT", but, unfortunately, since Maggie left the government many fascists laws have been introduced by the Labour party, hence this administration is faced with is a quite different legal enviroment in which to rule the country.
    The destruction of the family unit has created a society in which millions are claiming entitlement while rejecting duties or obligations, e.g. single motherhood has increased by more than 40% in the last 30 years or so, mainly due to divorce, large paychecks from the benefits agancy directed to single mothers of all ages. The legal landscape in the family courts which is dominated by feminist biasism, is one of the most challenging the coalition government have to face, if they are willing to face it at all.
    The financial direstraits are equally daring. The abolishment of child benefit for the well off has been criticised at every stage of introduction. However, further cuts in the benfits system will be introcuced if the Prime MInister really means to reduce the large deficit.
    Pensioners have already lost massively when the age of retirement was moved forward by five years to the age of 65. This means that millions of people will have to work five years longer before they can retire to enjoy their old age. This sort of money grabing by taxes and the reducing of benefits will go on at least for the next five years or, until the next general election if take into account the possibility of the dissolution of the coalition.

    Therefore, for the next term of the present parliament the people of the UK, will be revisiting the boulevard of broken promises.

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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

    Sad really, The UK used to be a good place, it was really on the up and go untill the femanazis poisoned it, I'm amazed there havesn't been any major civil unrest juring all of this.
    When the femanazis tell me it's their way or the highway I tell them to fuck off and die, because at lest the highway leads to new and intresting places, their ways is a dead end.

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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

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    Sad really, The UK used to be a good place, it was really on the up and go untill the femanazis poisoned it, I'm amazed there havesn't been any major civil unrest juring all of this.
    The truth is that british men are a fop. There's nothing they can do about it. It takes courtage to confront all the abuse men are getting from virtually every quarter. Unfortunately fops are devoid of this essentials elements to fight back.

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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

    people will have to work five years longer before they can retire to enjoy their old age.
    Believe me: if you are dependant on the aged pension for your retirement, there is little about old age to enjoy.
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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

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    Sad really, The UK used to be a good place, it was really on the up and go untill the femanazis poisoned it, I'm amazed there havesn't been any major civil unrest juring all of this.
    Kargan3033;
    Your amazement has now become a reality. Last month's riots have proved that there is only one outcome to the current strife in the UK. Furthermore, the cuts are not deep enough yet, hence further civil disobidience is in the pipeline. Next one will be the public servant's strike booked for next November. It is anyone guess if there will be more violence. A lot depends on the decisions taken by the inner fascist circle within the police. It boils down to, *will they draw their billies club to hit the protesters or, will they restrain themselves from inciting the anger of the people?*
    All these is, by any means, not over yet!

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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

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    Kargan3033;
    Your amazement has now become a reality. Last month's riots have proved that there is only one outcome to the current strife in the UK. Furthermore, the cuts are not deep enough yet, hence further civil disobidience is in the pipeline. Next one will be the public servant's strike booked for next November. It is anyone guess if there will be more violence. A lot depends on the decisions taken by the inner fascist circle within the police. It boils down to, *will they draw their billies club to hit the protesters or, will they restrain themselves from inciting the anger of the people?*
    All these is, by any means, not over yet!

    NEVO
    Yep and you can lay the blame at the feets of the femanazis and there goverment pimp daddies, you destory the fuctional nuclear familes and this and worse is the out come, I think there will be a sharp spike in violance in the coming years.

    All you can bet your bottom dollar that the female rioters will be let off to make as much room in the prisons for the male rioters.
    When the femanazis tell me it's their way or the highway I tell them to fuck off and die, because at lest the highway leads to new and intresting places, their ways is a dead end.

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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

    Not to minimize the impact of family destruction in all of this, but my impression was that the riots were the result of economic conditions? Admittedly I didn't pay that much attention - only catch the news when I can't avoid it.

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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

    K-Mac&Cheeze: I'm going to state this as if it's completely true: everything is always Feminism's fault. Always. It's been true for the last 2 decades. The economy? Feminism. Crime spiking? Feminism. Loss of morals? Feminism. Loss of intelligence/Glorification of hoodlums? Feminism. Single-parent families? Feminism. Rise in cases of mental illnesses? Feminism. Rise in homosexuality? Feminism. The Mexicans and Muslims taking over? Feminism. No good men? Feminism. No good women? Feminism. The reason I cant trust a woman? Feminism. When society crashes? Feminism.

    When we put the pieces back together? Masculism. And the good ol' fashioned (evil) patriarchy.
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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

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    K-Mac&Cheeze: I'm going to state this as if it's completely true: everything is always Feminism's fault. Always. It's been true for the last 2 decades. The economy? Feminism. Crime spiking? Feminism. Loss of morals? Feminism. Loss of intelligence/Glorification of hoodlums? Feminism. Single-parent families? Feminism. Rise in cases of mental illnesses? Feminism. Rise in homosexuality? Feminism. The Mexicans and Muslims taking over? Feminism. No good men? Feminism. No good women? Feminism. The reason I cant trust a woman? Feminism. When society crashes? Feminism.

    When we put the pieces back together? Masculism. And the good ol' fashioned (evil) patriarchy.
    How convenient.

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    How convenient.
    Yup. Very convenient. Problem is, feminism actually did cause all that shit... I wish I was lying instead of oversimplifying.

    Or I dont, if the causes of all of our social ills were more complex I might have assumed we were just fucking doomed to some undetectable "lead in the pipes" making us non-functional like the Romans.
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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

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    When we put the pieces back together? Masculism. And the good ol' fashioned (evil) patriarchy.
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    Re: Revisiting the boulevard of broken dreams.

    Well, that makes a hell of a lot of sense. Clearly that didn't work before, or we wouldn't be where we are now.

    Like I said, how convenient to blame feminism, and only feminism, for all the evils of the world. Convenient, and lazy.

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    Well, that makes a hell of a lot of sense. Clearly that didn't work before, or we wouldn't be where we are now.

    Like I said, how convenient to blame feminism, and only feminism, for all the evils of the world. Convenient, and lazy.
    It doesn't take rocket science to solve 2+2 unless you're in Oceania. Two plus Two makes Four, not hard work.

    So, explain how any of those specifically listed ills doesn't have feminism involved. You say it's convenient and lazy (which it is), but show it's untrue (which is what you're attempting to imply - or am I wrong?). I'll wait.
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    It doesn't take rocket science to solve 2+2 unless you're in Oceania. Two plus Two makes Four, not hard work.

    So, explain how any of those specifically listed ills doesn't have feminism involved. You say it's convenient and lazy (which it is), but show it's untrue (which is what you're attempting to imply - or am I wrong?). I'll wait.
    Don't backpedal and try to change the terms. You blamed feminism, and only feminism. I didn't imply anything. I'm too mac(k)-n-cheesy to attempt anything that sophisticated, surely?

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    And if division-of-labour masculism and man-woman-child patriarchy didn't function excellently for... say, 5.5 million years, we wouldn't be where we are, because we'd still be slinging poo. It worked well enough, and society advanced far enough, granting women equal rights (which was good), then granting them absurd privileges (which wasn't) and having (affluent) women saying "i have a dishwasher, an icebox, and a washing machine. i have a nanny, a supermarket, and a gardener. if only there was something left in this dreadful place to do cuz i'm BORED". There's your feminism - "I expect to do what males traditionally do, and as well as males or it's every male's fault". And matriarchy's arrival? Feminist: "well, fuck this family shit. fuck the natural system that got us thus far, we'll reinvent it to be better". Except it's not. Everything's shitty. The economy? Oh, we only fucking doubled the workpool by filling it with the weaker human beings. We only pay these same human beings to pop out babies with no accountability whether they can provide for themselves or not. Oh, fucking well.

    Seriously, we have fucking societies where getting pregnant as a teen is considered a smart business move. ARE YOU KIDDING ME. No wonder we have no fucking morals.

    Women can't admit this shit but men have understood this a long time. Ice cold logic isn't your forte. Men can think like murderers, that's why we've always killed other men in cold blood - be it for profit, territory, ass, or belief, we've always seen the world in mathematical terms, which is why men make things happen. There's a sickness rotting people away, killing our very way of life. Most men understand that much. Most know there's a problem, but no enemy has materialized besides the various political candidates we routinely sacrifice like scapegoats and hope for a change for better (it'll never happen through politics). Most don't know, because they've been indoctrinated since fucking elementary school to believe the opposite, that all signs point to feminism. What caused feminism? Some believe the CIA, some believe women just got greedy after tasting power during prohibition and WWII.
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