Friday, 30 January 2009

Pity they didn't knife her ...

Useless cunts:

Our Jacqui visited pupils at a school in Wythenshawe, and: "Together they discussed how identity cards will help young people strike out on their own by opening their first bank account, renting their first flat, or perhaps travelling to Europe for the first time." The lovely Home Secretary and the shell-suited scrotes of southern Manchester - a heartwarming image for a Friday morning.


Jesus fucking Christ, I did ALL those fucking things and I didn't need an ID card for any of it, you mendacious fucking whore.

7 comments:

Antipholus Papps said...

Did you know that ID cards can also help you procure your first girlfriend and attend your first illegal rave?

How did we ever survive without them?!?

The Filthy Engineer said...

I think in her case she thinks that if you say it enough times people will believe that crap.

Martin said...

Pity they didn't knife her ...
Knife crime is like the police- it's never fucking around on the few times we actually need it.

Ron said...

Strike out on their own? They should have smashed her stupid face in!

Dick Puddlecote said...

I'm only commenting for the wv: reper (they could have done that too)

Trixy said...

I would suggest that this is against the 1996 Education Act and encourage complaints to be made. I fear the number arriving from me are diminishing the impact.

Jack Maturin said...

I think you're being a little hard on the lovely Jacqui. All she's trying to say is that when it is illegal to open a bank account without an ID card, illegal to rent a flat without an ID card, or illegal to travel to Europe without an ID card, then you really will need one.

She can't say fairer than that now, can she?

(Or illegal to get on board a plane, drive a car, cross a county line, etc., without an ID card.)

I'll feel much safer, especially when they embed that tracker chip in my arm, too, just for my own protection. All hail the socialists, for bringing us this glorious golden age of safety and freedom from wants or fears.