Started by 34Poolboy, May 22, 2008, 16:37:47 pm
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QuoteI second that.
QuoteNo I want an answer as to how Slim's tory party farce of a manifesto called the 'conversatives' would fix the social problems within the UK?Because according to good old maggie, 'Society doesn't exist' and I don't care if it was taken out of context. It was meant to be a dig at the working classes. No I don't think we should rely on the government to hold our hands or correct us in social etiquette. I do however, believe that booze should be a very expensive luxury and if you smack someone about a bit you should be thrown into a prison.* *When I say prison by the way, I mean the types they have in Thailand where there are no human rights, because if you commit a crime in my opinion you lose all rights to belong to a civil society.
QuoteThere was hardly a hint of trouble over at the CL final between Chelsea and Man United fans, and i'm sure the main reason is that they'd have known what they would have got from the police had they stepped out of line. Until the police are given the same powers in this country, i can't see things improving.
QuoteIt is indeed a British problem.Whenever I go abroad to anywhere in Europe I don't seem to see groups of whiny voiced toerags hanging about outside of shops harrasing innocent folk trying to go about their own business.The problems for me involve bad parenting and bloody awful policing.Or at least the lack of interest the police have in dealing with problems, partly knowing that the little bastards can laugh in their faces knowing the law can do nothing to really stop them.As they grow out of teenage years so many are just hardened to doing wrong and generally trying to prove how "hard" they are they end up doing the stuff mentioned on this thread.I would say that other countries don't seem to be as bad as ours when it comes to anti-social behaviour, and I am sure their kids are playing the same computer games/watching same movies/listening to similar music as here yet they don't seem to have as BIG a problem.Too many parents have abdicated responsiblity and so has government.
QuoteWhy did I know that was coming.I`m sorry but don`t you realise how lame it is to blame the government when it suits for the actions of these individuals?
QuoteNot so much having a go at Slim here, as he's not the only conservative follower in the world, but I too would love to know how they are going to turn it around. :D
QuoteSo sorry, but do you really not have the first clue how feeble it is to pretend that the government is not responsible for the maintenance of law and order?
QuoteSo sorry, but do you really not have the first clue how feeble it is to pretend that the government is not responsible for the maintenance of law and order?Does the sound bite "tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime" really leave you scratching your head in helpless confusion?
QuoteFFS. Change the record!Look at the date when I had my run-in with the knuckle-draggers. It was 1988. Your beloved Tories were still in power.
QuoteSo there was no street crime at all between 1979 and 1997?
Quoteand bloody awful policing........................Or at least the lack of interest the police have in dealing with problems
Quote*When I say prison by the way, I mean the types they have in Thailand where there are no human rights, because if you commit a crime in my opinion you lose all rights to belong to a civil society.
QuoteOf course I know they are responsible but I also know they are not solely responsible. It is also down to the individual to exercise restraint, can YOU understand that?
QuoteNo it doesn`t leave me scratching my head, allow me a modicum of intelligence, I haven`t questioned yours!
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