Archive for the ‘politics’ Category

The state of what’s left of the nation
September 24, 2007


10 June 2007

Why England is rotting


This superb article from a Canadian news site, lamenting the state of England, covers a broad spectrum of things, but although it doesn’t mention the ‘f’ word, it specifically points out the damage caused by feminism’s results (and objectives) of family breakdown. The various statistics relating to the welfare state, the bloated civil service (900,000 new civil service jobs since Labour came to power), more and more laws and regulations, and the state becoming a surrogate parent to children makes it clear that, despite Blair and Brown’s fancy ‘Trendy Cool-Britannia New Labour’ hype, we’re living in a Socialist state.

A good read, albeit rather depressing. Know wonder tens of thousands of people are emigrating from the UK.

It’s a fairly long article so here’s a few highlights:

The welfare bill is becoming unmanageable. In 1971, only eight per cent of the working population was on benefits. Today the figure is 18 per cent, and some economic think tanks estimate that one-third of British households rely on benefits for at least half their income.

The central government’s policies, extending to the ballooning public sector and expanding welfare provision, have rendered large parts of the populace reliant on redistributionist state largesse. Added to this is the government’s fondness for legislation and intervention in many aspects of its citizens’ affairs.

For instance, the Home Office, which handles crime, immigration and security, has put no less than 3,000 new offences on the statute book since 1997 — on issues from detention without trial to the correct use of cellphones in cars. Myriads of new laws affecting personal liberty have been introduced, from religious hatred legislation to a national identity card scheme. Bible tracts are seized as evidence of hate literature at homosexual rights rallies, Catholic childrens’ agencies are required to place foster children with gay couples, and protests are banned in the vicinity of Parliament.

A few weeks ago, for instance, a mother, a grandmother and two aunts of a pair of toddlers were spared jail for filming a fight between the children in which they were goaded to viciously assault each other. On the same day, a man was sent to jail for four months for dogfighting. Similar inconsistencies are everywhere increasingly apparent. Tony Blair recently announced a plan to provide pregnant problem mothers with state “super-nannies” to teach them good child-rearing practices. At the same time, local government authorities employ nurses to provide underage girls with morning-after contraception services — the most notorious example of this was when a nurse met a girl at a McDonald’s and administered the dose in the restroom. Another girl of 14 had an abortion after counselling from school health workers. In both cases, parents were not informed because of the child’s right to privacy.

Despite overwhelming evidence of the benefits, social and economic, of marriage to society, Gordon Brown in one of his first acts as chancellor abolished the married couples allowance, which gave tax breaks to a husband and wife who stayed together.

A Conservative party policy paper last year revealed that three-quarters of family breakdowns affecting young children now involve unmarried parents, and that cohabiting parents were more than twice as likely to break up than married couples. Government figures show that by 2031 there will be four million cohabiting couples. Over the past 20 years the proportion of children born outside marriage has risen from 12 per cent to 42 per cent.

Labour’s highly complicated tax credit system, born partly from a need to reduce child poverty, made welfare benefits for lone parents far more generous and, perversely, rendered a poor family headed by a single parent better off than a poor family headed by a couple. An out-of-work couple with children would thus be better off by between 27 and 35 per cent if they broke up, and a couple earning minimum wage with children would see their income rise by 12 per cent if the father moved out.

Britain leads Europe — and most of the world — in terms of single-mother households. Commentators and politicians are increasingly linking this to the fact that the country offers the most generous benefits in Europe to those same households.

The message [from Gordon Brown] is clear: wealth cannot stay with the earner, who, arguably, is better able to make decisions about their personal financial circumstances. Wealth instead belongs first to the state, which sets itself up as the sole axis and arbiter of redistribution.

In Britain, poor families crumble, male role models are encouraged to depart, and children of broken unions soon lapse into delinquency and social ostracization.

Government is doing everything it can to keep growing numbers of Britain’s youth from becoming feckless. It has plans to force young people not in training to stay in school until they are 18, but for many, this is shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted. The Conservatives say it is the decline of the family unit, the fiscal and practical challenges to good parenting, poor education and the nanny state, that is the root of so many of Britain’s social and cultural problems.

Gordon Brown is possibly even more of an arch-Socialist than Tony Blair, and in case you weren’t aware, Brown will be the Prime Minister of Britain on June 27th when Blair leaves office.


posted by Duncan Idaho @ 7:56 PM


Airstrip One’s extortion racket
September 16, 2007


27 February 2007

Close your door to the mafia tax collectors in the town hall

Our town halls are filled with officials who have lost the concept of public service. Instead, they feel they have the right to demand more money from us, to threaten us about the way we dispose of our rubbish, to spy on our every car journey, and to hector us about the joys of multicultural diversity.

Municipal pen-pushers are fast becoming the shock troops of Big Brother Britain, as was graphically demonstrated by the news that councils may be given authority to tag cars and use the council tax revaluation exercise not only to take more of our cash, but also as a means of acquiring detailed information on every household.

In a dramatic extension of town hall extortion, residents could find themselves having to pay higher taxes because they live in a quiet neighbourhood, are close to local facilities or have made improvements to their properties. Inspectors could be given powers to demand entry into homes to take photographs and demand information from the owners.

How I envy anyone who has already managed to evacuate Britain.

I’d like to see some jumped-up civil servant knock on my door to inspect my humble abode and check to see if I live in a quite neighbourhood, with a view to extorting more cash from me. I’d stripe him/her with a razor and, as they lay bleeding and screaming whilst holding what’s left of their face, I’d politely inform them “This is not a quite neighbourhood by far, as you can see. There are civil servants being slashed with razors in the street! It’s disgraceful! Bring back hanging I say. Etc etc. Good day to you sir/madam.” SLAM!

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 6:32 PM


Feminism ruins society, men blamed
September 16, 2007


16 February 2007


Cameron blames fathers for ‘broken’ society (PDF)

Fathers should be compelled to look after their children in an effort to tackle the breakdown of family life and discipline in society David Cameron, the Conservative leader, said today.

Father’s children”? I didn’t realise fathers had children these days, they belong to women. Women can abort kids, get full custody, get pregnant via a sperm donor (willing or otherwise) with no intention of the father having any input at all…whatever they want.

Hang on a minute though, it looks like some blame has to be placed for children’s misery, and that means – ta-daah! – suddenly children belong to father’s again! What a shocking surprise.

He said the shooting of three teenage boys in south London in the last fortnight had shown that British society was “badly broken”.

Issues like teenage gun crime, Mr Cameron said, could not be dealt with by better policing or tighter gun controls alone when the problem – and the solution – lay within families and communities.

Indeed it does lie in families and communities. Not in more laws and government interference, which is usually proposed as a solution, as Cameron pretty much proceeds to do.

“Every working parent knows that you can’t have it all.

Not really. Plenty of women still labour under this assumption.

“There is a natural conflict between hours worked, money earned and the time you spend at home. I believe that businesses have an overriding corporate responsibility to help lessen this conflict, and make it easier for parents to find the proper balance for their lives,” he said.

No, businesses don’t have to make it easier for parents. Businesses are there to make money. All this forcing of businesses to ensure people (primarily women) get their work/life balance in order is fucking the economy up, not to mention causing increasing resentment.


This country sucks
September 16, 2007


15 February 2007

Councils train thousands of anti-smoking police

Thousands of council officers will be on the streets this summer, patrolling bars, restaurants and shops to police


Councils have been granted £29.5 million to pay for staff, who will be able to issue £50 fines to people and take court action against premises if they flout the law, which comes into force in July.


In Liverpool, there will be a core team of about 20 to 25 staff, although around 200 staff are expected to patrol the city in the first few days after the ban.

Liverpool City Council official Andy Hull told the BBC: “We want to make our presence felt from the start, and while we will probably just issue warnings on the first day, we won’t be afraid of making an example of people or businesses if they try to make a stand.”

This smoking ban is a pile of shit. I can understand banning smoking from public buildings, but in private establishments like pubs, it should be up to the owner to allow or ban smoking.

What a joke. Almost £30,000,000 of taxpayers money so we can have a load of jobsworthy twats sneaking around pubs spying on us and hitting us with fines if we happen to dare smoke a cigarette. And this is meant to be a free country? You can almost sense the civil servants drooling at the idea of more powers to fine and belittle the public. All for our own good, apparently.

What a joke. A time-traveler from Britain in the 1950s would piss themselves with laughter at seeing what a nanny state this ruined shell of a country has become.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 7:29 PM


Benefit nation
September 13, 2007


12 February 2007

One third of homes dependent on benefits

One in three households across Britain is now dependent on the state for at least half its income, it emerged today.

Official government figures showed that more than seven million households are getting most of their income from government handouts.

This is what Socialists want, for households to be increasingly dependent on the government rather than independent and self-reliant. That way they’re easy to push around.

The best way to do this of course is to remove men from families by rewarding women for getting knocked up out of wedlock or for getting a divorce.

In many single-parent homes with two children, the proportion of families that would be financially crippled without state support is now as high as 61 per cent. That compares with just nine per cent in a two-parent home.

See? Remove men from families and they soon descend into welfare dependency and poverty. Yes, women are sooo strong and independent (after all, we all know that single-parent homes invariably equals single-mother homes, and the few single-father households around are also statistically more affluent than the single-mother ones.)

As it states in the article, many people don’t bother improving their situation if they’re getting by on benefits. Why work if you can get paid not to?

It also applies to people like me, who do work but – as I pointed out in the previous post – refuse to go beyond the call of duty and climb the career ladder because, not only is the primary incentive for obtaining wealth (to attract a wife and support her and the kids) gone thanks to insane divorce laws and insane women, but the more you earn the more you’ll be taxed to support the lazy and the feckless. Screw that. The only real incentive left to work hard is to save up to emigrate, although as feminism has long since infested traditional places for Brits to emigrate to (USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand) and is beginning to infest other countries (India and Japan for instance) even that plan is not foolproof.

This nation is well and truly getting flushed down the toilet, and before anyone solely blames Labour, the Cuntservetive Party – under the leadership of David “Mangina to the Max” Cameron – will only pull the chain just as hard.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 6:53 PM


Education and the nanny state in the UK
September 12, 2007


07 February 2007

An education crisis is looming, unless parents do their homework

By Simon Heffer.

My suspicions were roused, and are regularly compounded, by Gordon Brown’s fiscal and economic policies. Marriage, except when deeply unhappy or abusive, is always the best context in which to raise children. Mr Brown has, however, neutralised the tax regime as it relates to marriage. Worse, he has gone to enormous lengths to encourage the creation of what has been called “the redundant male”.

State childcare facilities of which the old Soviet bloc would have been proud are being developed and funded to ensure that single women can have children and carry on some sort of career without having to worry about whether a man is there to assist with these awesome tasks, or to provide any financial support for them.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 10:16 PM


Bottom bashing
September 12, 2007


04 February 2007


I amused myself this evening watching some torrents of Bottom, the British sitcom from the early 1990s.

There’s a rather funny incident whereby Edward “Eddie” Hitler (Adrian Edmondson) answers the door and finds a woman standing there.

Under the impression the visitor is his flatmate’s date for the night, Eddie (who is pretending to be a butler to make out his flatmate is wealthy) offers to take her coat.

The woman refuses to give up her coat, and after a struggle, Eddie punches her in the face. She hits him back. Furious, Eddie smacks her in the face again.

Finally, the woman points out that she is not coming round for a date, but is actually collecting money door-to-door for victims of domestic violence.

Eddie contemplates this for a moment, then smacks the woman over the head with a hammer and sends her tumbling down the stairs. Eddie steals the charity collection tin, then tosses some of the coins down the stairs, saying “Have some yourself dearie.”

Funny stuff, and something that you’d never see on most media channels in the West these days at all. You can see men being kicked, punched, beaten and generally abused by women to canned-laughter all the time, but never the other way round. In fact I believe the BBC have an official, written policy of never showing violence against women and children in a humourous light. Showing violence against men in humourous light is apparently fine though.

Bottom was taken off the air after three series and Rick Mayall (Edmonson’s co-star and co-writer) launched a tirade at the BBC in 2005, saying that the place catered to only ethnic minorities, homosexuals and women. Damn right.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 9:24 PM


Abandon the Mangina Ship!
September 5, 2007


09 January 2007

Tory peers defect to UK Independence Party

Two former Conservative peers will defect to the United Kingdom Independence Party today, giving the Eurosceptic group its first foothold in Parliament.

Lord Pearson of Rannoch and Lord Willoughby de Broke will create a UKIP group in the House of Lords, promising to recruit other members and to persuade leading Conservative donors to switch allegiance.

Whilst I’m not all that partisan and generally think the worst of politicians by default, and I certainly wouldn’t be so arrogant as to try and influence who I think any British readers should vote for, nonetheless, in my humblest of humble opinions the UKIP at least seem to be the nearest thing to a decent party in Britain.

They are mainly standing for the rather good idea that we should pull what’s left of our country out of the shitty wretched Socialist Superstate of the European Union, but also for smaller government and lower taxes, urging independence amongst people rather than reliance on the State. Whether they would do this on the off-chance they got in power would remain to be seen; after all, no-one ever sought power with the intention of then reducing it once they had it.


Women2Win want Money4Women
September 5, 2007


07 January 2007

Costs ‘deter would-be women MPs’

Women are being deterred from trying to become Parliamentary candidates because of the high costs involved, Tory pressure group Women2Win says.



Why should I give a shit?

They were reluctant to “spend their family’s money” on travel, childcare and other costs associated with finding a seat, said spokesman Katie Perrior.


Yeah, women hate the idea of spending their husband’s family’s money aren’t they? They feel soooo guilty about it.

FFS, check out any shopping mall during weekday afternoons and you’ll see countless women – clearly housewifes, or more accurately “ladies of leisure” – not in work but shopping away, invariably with the “family’s” money. Yeah, they look so guilty as they buy another pair of shoes. They look wracked with remorse as they reluctantly leave a clothes store with a dozen bags whilst hubby is in some office working away.


Public sector twats
September 4, 2007


05 January 2007

£7million spent on consultants who advise civil servants to put ‘black tape on desks’

Black tape has been put on the desks of civil servants to show them where to put their pens as part of a £7m Government ‘efficiency’ drive.

It is the latest idea from consultants being paid to come up with so-called innovative ideas to improve the working environment of public sector staff.

Ah yes, the wonderful and whacky feminist-dominated public sector and its never ending campaign to waste as much taxpayers money on pointless shit as possible.

I know the private sector can come up with stupid ideas, like endless and pointless team-building exercises, but at least its their own money they’re wasting, not taxpayer’s.

The civil service screeches for more money if it feels it hasn’t got enough, and if they have got enough they’ll waste it and screech for more.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 6:44 PM


Private workers fund civil-servant’s pensions
September 3, 2007


28 December 2006

Gold-plated public sector pensions cost every family an average of £900 a year, it emerged.

This is far greater than the amount many private sector workers can afford to put aside annually for their own retirement.

In fact, the majority of workers fail to save anything at all for their old age and do not realise they are funding somebody else’s with their taxes.

The £900 figure shows the extent to which the taxpayer is funding the pensions of the expanding public sector.


Chancellor Gordon Brown’s rapid expansion of the state payroll – 650,000 taxpayer-funded jobs have been created since Labour came to power in 1997 – is one reason why bills will go up.

Big government = big taxes.

Fucking civil servants. The civil service is largely a big bureaucratic matriarchy, dominated by lazy career-break-having file-shuffling feminists who are virtually unsackable.

Bastard Labour. Socialist fembot scum, all of them. So are most of the other parties though. Damn!

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 7:22 PM


Rise of the single mothers, fall of decent society
August 28, 2007


11 December 2006

We all know family breakdown is destroying us. Don’t talk, fix it

Not only do we have the objective evidence to show, beyond any possibility of rational doubt, that the decline of marriage has had disastrous consequences for the community, but we can demonstrate that successive governments have effectively bribed mothers to remain single and keep their children fatherless.


Marriage provides the best conditions for raising children – OK? It is better than lone parenting because two people can cope much more effectively with the staggeringly difficult business of raising children properly – OK? Marriage is better for children than cohabitation because it is more likely to be stable and long lasting: one in two cohabiting couples split up before their child’s fifth birthday, compared with only one in 12 married couples – OK? Seventy per cent of young offenders come from lone-parent families; children from broken homes are 70 per cent more likely to become drug addicts. OK, OK, OK. We know all this. We have heard it over and over and over again.

Labour are not just bribing women to become single mothers they’re fully encouraging it.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 9:20 PM


Taxes, taxes and more taxes
August 27, 2007


07 December 2006

Brown launches green tax grab as he sinks even further into the red

Despite having already spent some £4,000bn since 1997, the Chancellor admitted he still needs to tax and borrow more to finance the public sector in the coming years.

More taxes for us Brits, even though public services are getting shitter and the welfare state, although bloated, is primarily only there to help women. They’re even giving Child Benefit to women before they’ve even given birth, primarily for poor women (read: single mothers) because the silly little dears can’t possibly be expected to afford scratchcards and Silk Cut and still have money left over to feed themselves.


Work you dogs! Until you’re almost 70.
August 7, 2007


15 November 2006

Bill to raise state pension age

A bill to overhaul the UK state pension system has been included in the Queen’s Speech.

The state pension age will rise from 65 to 68 by 2046, if the bill passes.

Oh fucking great. We get to work until we drop dead.

This is why it’s annoying for us Brits to have around half of our earnings going to the government; we get shitty services. It wouldn’t be so bad if we had decent public services but the NHS is falling apart, public education is crap, public transport is a joke and we won’t get much of a state pension.

Women may have most to cheer from the Pensions Bill.

At present, many of them miss out on full state pension because they fall short of the requirement to make 39 years-worth of National Insurance Contributions.

Often women take time out of the workforce to look after children or relatives.

Yes, they CHOOSE to take time out of the workforce or quit it altogether.

The government wants to cut the number of years it takes to qualify for a full state pension to 30. It estimates that taking this step will mean that by 2025 nine out of 10 women will qualify for a full state pension

Whilst us men work til we drop. Bear in mind that our life expectancy is about five-years less than women’s of course, so they can work fewer years and have nice big career-breaks, and will qualify for a state pension for a good decade, whilst us men will work all our lives and probably die within a few years of retiring at 68.

I hate this country, I really do. If I can’t get to emigrate, or the number of refuges from the Matriarchy disappear, I’m going to quit work and live on benefits. Scrounge of the taxpayer just like women do.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 6:41 PM


The term “politically correct” is politically incorrect now
July 31, 2007


01 November 2006

Now council bans the use of ‘political correctness’ at work

A council has warned staff against using the phrase ‘political correctness’ at work because it might offend people.

Fortunately the term “stupid fucking retarded leftie policy” is an appropriate alternative term for “political correctness.”

The publication outlines forms of damaging behaviour in the workplace and rates them on a five-level scale.

The authors claim that moving things around on someone else’s desk is as serious as punching or kicking them.

This is what you get when workplaces are over-feminized; it all becomes an exercise in avoiding hurting anyone’s feeeeehlings.

The authority’s new Tory leader Robert Light blamed his political opponents and said the booklet was no longer being used by council staff.

‘We don’t think it is relevant to use this booklet. We are trying to achieve the situation where the council has a more professional, modern approach. Diversity is still an issue for us but we will be taking a common sense approach rather than being part of the PC culture.

What do civil servants and councellors know about common sense? Bunch of lazy parasitic fuckwits.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 6:37 PM


Hand over more money, citizens of Airstrip One!
July 30, 2007


25 October 2006

£1,000 fine for householders who refuse council tax ‘snoopers’

A new army of council tax ‘inspectors’ is to be given the right to enter people’s homes and issue fines to anyone who refuses to cooperate.

Camera-wielding officials will be able to take photographs inside properties, including bedrooms, and rule they should pay more if they have home improvements such as patios and conservatories.

Residents could be fined £1,000, and then £200 every day after that, if they do not let the inspectors in or fail to properly ‘assist’ them.

Great, so now some government workers involved in the absurd extortion racket of Council Tax are allowed to enter your house and take photographs of your things and, should you be so lucky as to be able to afford home improvements, they’ll up your Council Tax bill.

It’s not as if Council Tax is for the benefit of many people. 25% of it is solely to cover the vast pension for civil servants, who get to retire five-years earlier than everyone else. Bear in mind, incidentally, that Council Tax isn’t what us Brits pay instead of Income Tax, it’s what we pay in addition to it. Then there’s National Insurance. Oh, and VAT (known as Sales Tax in most other countries) is 17.5%. Bloody Socialism! Still, someone has to pay for the bloated government, hairbrained fembot schemes, freeloading single mothers and the like. Shame it has to be those of us who actually try to work for a living, something that is becoming increasingly pointless.

And on top of government workers demanding entry to our homes to see how much more money than can squeeze out of us, we might all soon have our DNA on file, along with ID cards containing retinal scans and fingerprints.

Hey, good job Britain came out on the winning sides of the Second World War and the Cold War eh? I mean, imagine if we didn’t! We could have ended up an oppressive state where individual freedoms are trampled and most of our earnings are turned over to the state, couldn’t we?


For fucks sake…where’s my passport, suitcase and one-way-ticket to Somewhere Else?

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 5:11 PM


Hitchens on politics
July 25, 2007


12 October 2006


The real problem with the British constitution

Peter Hitchin’s view of contemporary British politics.

His overall point is that the main two parties, Conservatives and Labour, are too alike, avoid any controversial debate and are thoroughly deserving of voter apathy. It may be of interest to US readers, as I’ve heard plenty of Americans complain in the same manner about Republicans and Democrats (or Republicrats for short), that they are largely identical, inert elitists.

If they [the Conservatives and Labour] were commercial outfits, they would not survive at all. It is as if forgotten grocery chains, such as International Stores or Fine Fare, still dominated the retail market even though their shops were dingy, their prices high, their merchandise old-fashioned and shabby. But the rules of commerce don’t apply in politics. Habit and unreasoning tribal loyalty sustain brands, which would otherwise be dead.


There are several other subjects which are also effectively banned. You may not question the great social and political mistakes of the 1960s and seventies.

Crime can be debated, but shallowly, never in the light of its true cause, the laying waste of family life by the official encouragement of divorce and fatherless families, and by the death of absolute morality.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 7:55 PM


Discrimination for the discriminating
July 23, 2007


02 October 2006

Home front by Philip Johnston

Under the new EU age discrimination rules, it is unlawful to restrict a job to older people, or to younger for that matter. However, you may be surprised to learn that, under separate legislation, the final sentence of this advert will also soon be illegal because it implies that the applicants should be married, and could, therefore, be considered discriminatory against homosexuals.


An individual’s sexual predilections are a private matter and one imagined, perhaps naively, that the era where gays were refused a drink in a hotel bar had long gone. But the problem with using the sledgehammer of legislation here is that the view of homosexuality held by many people is driven by their faith.

Are we to insist that they abandon it? This is not the creation of equality, but merely the transfer of discrimination from one group to another, this time with religiously inclined heterosexuals on the wrong end, their rights given less weight than those of sexual minorities. It is even more bizarre when you consider that private clubs, like a lesbians-only bar, will still be allowed to specify a particular sexual orientation as a membership condition.


But if they [religious groups] are made an exception, there will be an almighty row because the responsible minister is Ruth Kelly, a committed Roman Catholic with strongly held convictions on this subject. Why should she give the churches the right to do something for which the rest of us would face prosecution? Is religious opposition to homosexual behaviour any more reasonable than an atheist’s objection?

These are the murky waters that we enter when we seek to enshrine more and more “rights” in legislation. The lawyers are about to have a field day.

Interesting article highlighting the total censorship , hypocrisy and general fuck-ups caused by obsessive Political Correctness and it’s enforcement by Nanny States (or, in the case of the EU, Nanny Superstates.)

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 6:14 PM


Recruit women! Cash prizes to be won!
July 18, 2007


18 September 2006

Lib Dems offer cash for women MPs

Cash incentives are being offered to local Liberal Democrat parties who recruit women and people from ethnic minorities to stand for election.

And female politicians wonder why most men don’t take them seriously, when people need to be bribed to recruit them.


posted by Duncan Idaho @ 5:16 PM


Pod-porridge reserves are running low!
July 18, 2007


13 September 2006


IVF donor sperm shortage revealed

Almost 70% of fertility clinics either have no access to donor sperm, or find it extremely difficult to obtain, a BBC survey suggests.

Specialists say infertile patients are becoming desperate and more resources are needed for campaigns aimed at recruiting donors.


Fifty of the clinics surveyed said they either had no sperm or insufficient supplies.

Many reported waiting times of at least six months for couples needing donor sperm, and some were having to turn patients away.

Good. The British government has decided to further encourage single mothers and lesbians to use sperm clinics because, according to them, father’s aren’t necessary, although in practice this has been going on for a while anyway. The government and more and more women only see them as sperm-donors, and otherwise not really necessary to a child’s life. It’s about time us men started waking up and refusing to take part in reducing us to mere sperm-donors. A lot of these single mothers by choice also not only waste a fortune of taxpayers money on getting pregnant via IVF and sperm donations but also waste more money living off of benefits. Furthermore the UK will surely join other countries where women can claim Child Support from the donor.


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