The youth of today


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14 February 2007

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British youngsters get worst deal, says UN

Britain has been ranked bottom out of 21 countries in a United Nations assessment of children’s well-being.

The nation’s high number of single parents and step-families has contributed to the ranking.

Well duh!

Why the fuck is the United Nations wagging its finger at the UK for having disfunctional and broken families? This outdated prologue to a World Government piece of shit organisation is infested with feminists and all sorts of weirdo Women’s Groups. They’re the sort of big government twats who encourage broken families and single motherhood.

Lone parent organisations argue that there is no evidence that all children with one parent are bound to turn out worse off in adult life than children of traditional family units.

No evidence? Well of course they’ll say that. When has an organisation for single parents (i.e. single mothers) ever admitted children are better off with two parents? Not only do statistics show kids are better off with a father, common sense dictates this as well.

Ask anyone who disagrees with this to contemplate the following: if you were going to buy a house and you had a choice of two identical homes, both the same price, and one was in a neighbourhood whereby every household consists of a married couple and their children, and the other was in a neighbourhood whereby every household is a single mother and her kids by several different fathers – and maybe her latest boyfriend too – and anyone with any sense would pick the first home. That’ll be in the neighbourhood that is less likely to have gangs of feral youths hanging on street corners.

This is feminism’s greatest legacy; miserable children, broken families and poverty. Well fucking done you stupid cunts. Bra-fucking-vo. And you dumb fucking baby-boomer women who eagerly followed the hate-filled ideology of a bunch of mentally deranged lesbians, give yourselves a round of applause. Then fuck off.

Feminists; fucking things up since the sixties and refusing to apologise ever since. Cunts.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 8:36 PM

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At 9:47 PM, Anonymous said…

I’d do her.

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At 11:42 PM, Duncan Idaho said…

You don’t know where she’s been.

Or where that finger’s been.

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At 1:38 AM, Anonymous said…

She looks too masculine for me, no way. Almost being gay except many of the gay men are hotter than this hippo.

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At 4:04 AM, ColdHammer said…

Duncan Idaho said…

You don’t know where she’s been.

Or where that finger’s been.

OWNED!

Duncan you owned him!

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At 10:02 AM, Anonymous said…

Well said Duncan!!!!

Feminism would have to be one of the most disastrous social “experiments” ever inflicted on Western Society.

It (feminism), has absolutely nothing to do with “equality”, and “empowerment” for women. It’s all about giving women the “green light” for bad behaviour and not being accountable for their actions.

Seb
Sydney, Australia

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At 2:14 PM, Lisa said…

For the first time, I actually heard an expert on a news program (female even) admit the other day that divorce harms children. There have now been enough kids who have grown up in divorce to analyze the true effect. The expert went on to talk about how some couples are deciding to stay together for the kids (which I completely support unless there is violence involved or idiot parents who can’t hold their tongues in front of the kids). I was actually digging what she had to say. It didn’t last though. As she noted all of the benefits to kids and to maintaining a better quality of life if resources can be dedicated to one household versus splitting them between two, she went on to talk about the mental strain of remaining in a relationship with someone you no longer love. She said it was a “stretch on the for better or worse part of the vows.” I’m sorry…..WHAT? I think staying with someone who beats you to a pulp is a stretch on for better or worse. I don’t think losing that loving feeling qualifies. What a total cop out. What, pray tell, does for better or worse mean then? What upsets me is marriage vows have become more pomp than promise. Why even say them? Why not just call them marriage ideals instead of vows? What message are we sending kids when they see how much weight we put on our promises…on our given word. I promise to love, honor and cherish you for better or worse…unless, of course, you start to get on my nerves, disagree with me often or no longer please me sexually. No wonder kids are acting out. Not only are we breaking up their home environment, we are often showing them how little they can trust what we say is true. We get angry when kids lie. Yet we demonstrate the ultimate lie to them on a regular basis. Kids aren’t nearly as stupid as adults pretend to be.

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At 9:00 PM, Anonymous said…

“I think staying with someone who beats you to a pulp is a stretch on for better or worse. I don’t think losing that loving feeling qualifies. What a total cop out. What, pray tell, does for better or worse mean then? What upsets me is marriage vows have become more pomp than promise. Why even say them?”

Well said, Lisa. I’ve often thought the exact same thing myself. Funny how the “pomp” seems to increase at the same rate as the “promise” decreases.

It’s like my wife often says: the only thing a wedding vow really means is that you will continue to be there even when you don’t want to be there anymore.

If it doesn’t mean that, then all you’re doing is cohabiting. And you’re a hypocrite extraordinaire for having tried to solemnize it with a pack of lies.

Richard

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At 10:09 PM, Lisa said…

If it doesn’t mean that, then all you’re doing is cohabiting. And you’re a hypocrite extraordinaire for having tried to solemnize it with a pack of lies.

…and an expensive gift registry.

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