Saturday, 26 September 2009

"WTF?" squared

OK, so lets start off with this:

A senior police officer told the inquest into the deaths of a family terrorised by a gang of youths that it was not the responsibility of police to tackle anti-social behaviour.


Fucking hell. I could have sworn that I just read that policeman says that it's not the job of the police to tackle criminal behaviour.

I must need glasses or something. Anyway, moving on:

Ms Davison said: ''If somebody had sat this woman (Ms Pilkington) down with a cup of tea they could have perhaps helped her."


Yep. That's what your council is going to do to stop you from burning yourself to death in a layby: offer you a nice warm cuppa.

I can't help but feel that while candiru fish and other forms of exquisite torture would be emotionally rewarding to watch, there are just too many of these fucking idiots that need killing. I think it's going to have to be a minigun and a mass grave or two.

Cunts.

9 comments:

aljahom said...

You'd need a ditch the size of Lincolnshire.

At least the site is prepared for it...

JuliaM said...

Plus, it's a little hard on the poor fish.

Quiet_Man said...

During the French revolution in Nantes they used to take "undesirables" in boats out in the river Loire and sink them. Cost effective with satisfying screams thrown in too and certainly not as quick as a bullet. A much better use for the North Sea than wind farm territory I'm sure.

Bucket of Tongues said...

"A senior police officer told the inquest into the deaths of a family terrorised by a gang of youths that it was not the responsibility of police to tackle anti-social behaviour."

A bigger indictment of modern Britain is hard to find. "Cunts" is putting it mildly.

microdave said...

"there are just too many of these fucking idiots that need killing."

I keep thinking of a quote, but I can't remember the source:

"Round 'em up, put 'em in a field, and BOMB the bastards"

nbc said...

My current choice would be a trebuchet next to a wind farm.

A reality TV hit perhaps?

Weston Bay said...

We can barely imagine what drove this mother to take her own life and that of her daughter. OK, some of these 'street urchins' do get on our tits but the thought of suicide, I hope, never crosses our minds. Clearly the mental state of the mother had a part to play in this ghastly tragedy, as well as the utterly reprehensible behaviour of the youths in question.

The questions we need to ask are why the police felt there was nothing they could do about this situation- is it because they couldn't (say due to legal restraints) or because they simply didn't want to (why?).

And here's another question- why the hell didn't the neighbours make a stand or show any kind of empathy with this woman. Didn't they have the guts to stand up to a few oiks?

Or is it because they simply didn't give a toss? Did they just shrug their shoulders and think "well it's not my problem so I don't give a fuck".

I'm not being rhetorical here, I'm simply asking why there was no communal solidarity at work here?

The police should be ashamed of themselves.

And so should the residents of that particular street.

JuliaM said...

"And here's another question- why the hell didn't the neighbours make a stand or show any kind of empathy with this woman. Didn't they have the guts to stand up to a few oiks?"

These little wastes of skin have been terrorising the other familiies in that street too.

And let's face it, we all know why they haven't doled out some 'community punishment', don't we? Because the police would show up for that faster than you can say 'Hold still, you little sod, I can't break your leg with you wriggling and screaming like that'...

Rightwinggit said...

One leg?

Nah. Knees, ankles, elbows, wrists and shoulders. With a one kilo lump hammer.

We don't get any trouble 'round our way.