Sunday, August 02, 2009

Surely it's time to sterilise the poor


SO WHAT are we going to do about Theresa Winters, the 36-year-old mother of 13 who is pregnant with her 14th even though every single one of her children has been taken into care?

This mad woman is locked into some kind of battle of wills with the social services, vowing to keep on producing children until the authorities allow her to keep one. The financial bill for the care of these poor kids runs into millions of pounds; the emotional toll is even greater, with many of the children severely disabled or now dead. Yet still we allow this utter nutter to irresponsibly procreate, while getting through 40 fags a day and a carton of Findus Crispy Pancakes while on benefits.

You all know the answer, however unpalatable it might be. She has to be stopped. She has to be sterilised. As should many of the thick-as-mince underclass slappers who see producing a child as a lucrative, home-securing career.

The problem is, who decides? Who will be the Lord High Childkiller, sitting in judgement on the poor and the disadvantaged; deciding which couple might fashion a credible life from the dregs of their miserable existence while giving the tramp-stamped, lycra-legginged, benefits-blaggers a fast track to the sterilisation ward?

Well let's have a points system. Unless you can clock up a sufficient score for being in a stable relationship, with at least one partner working (or willing to work), and without several previous multi-coloured offspring, then you won't be allowed that cash-generating infant. The minute you turn up at the doctor's surgery with your beneficial bump, then you'll be shipped off to the government abortion facility before you can say Gordon's Gin.

It might seem harsh, but you have to agree that it would meet with the approval of most poor bloody taxpayers.

19 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't need a points system. Only one question need be asked: Before you knocked up the council house professional, had you ever done so much as a day's work employed in the private sector?

If not, off with the knackers.

Should keep the Civil Service under control too.

Brian, follower of Deornoth

10:48 AM  
Anonymous Hitler was a vegetarian said...

Vote the BNP into power.

Theresa Winters and thousands like her would soon vanish.

12:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In other countries around the world if you don't work you starve, end of story. Theoretically the UK is a cut above this, and for my money having wasters like Winters abuse the system and leach off the grafters is the price you pay to prevent people either starving on the streets in their thousands or turning to crime.

However there is no fucking way workers should also be paying for her to have children. If that means taking a sidestep to the right and sterilising the underclass, there will be no tears from me.

4:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off with their nads!!!!!!

11:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It quite simple:
Completely remove child benefit.
If you can't afford to raise a child THEN DON'T.

5:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wizard's sleeve...

6:40 AM  
Blogger Simon Woodward said...

As my father always says about these people... "They're a waste of valuable oxygen"... I agree, but would add... a waste of space, time, effort, money, resources, food, drink, housing, clothing, and just about bloody everything!!!!! What has this country come to, when we support (although unwittingly) these social leeches? If I were in power, they would be sentenced to a life of hard labour... or better still... used as target practice in some NATO weapons training exercise!!!

4:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why not just remove all benefits, but bring a government job for anybody who wants one. Clearing rubbish out of fields, washing windows, that sort of thing. If you're in these jobs, you don't get paid time off for holidays, having kids etc. If you don't work, you don't get paid. So you'd work, rather than have 14 kids, or starve.

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Chris said...

If you're found guilty of animal cruelty, you're banned from keeping animals.

If you're found guilty of careless driving, you're banned from using the car...

If you're found to be unstable parent then it doesn't matter, carry on...?

Child-bearing is not a right - it's a gift, and like all gifts it should be treated with respect.

The couple in question have an obvious mental instability, and after thirteen children - neither of whom are in their care - then it must be assumed that they do not have the capacity to look after children.

Time for the snip.

12:55 AM  
Blogger Gnomad said...

The solution is simple, make her benefits (and the benefits of those like her) conditional on having regular contraceptive injections. No injection = no money, simple as that. The injections are good for 3 months so if in that time she actually gets a job she can go back to fecundity. If she can't get a job the contraceptive injections will prevent her from producing a greater burden on the state.

No Fertility Without Responsibility!

11:54 AM  
OpenID credsystems said...

...fanny like a clowns pocket??

9:18 AM  
Anonymous skydog said...

Gnomad:''The injections are good for 3 months so if in that time she actually gets a job she can go back to fecundity.''

Being a bit overly optimistic there Gnomad. These creatures dont WANT a job ... they just want to be kept in fags, booze, crispy pancakes and disposable nappies at the taxpayers expense. Spawning multiple, useless, feral brats is purely a means to this end. The bleeding hearts can pontificate all they like but the arguments stands. These 'people' are useless drones. Ooh aren't I awful? BFD.

12:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, but isn't it their "human right" to produce more wastrels? I sense somebody taking it to the European Court of Human Rights (at the tax payers' expense) if you ever tried this :(

8:39 AM  
Blogger Gnomad said...

@ skydog:
there isn't an emoticon for irony, otherwise I would have put it in just before the bit about getting a job...

@anonymous 8:39am
a permanent sterilisation would be an infringement of human rights, this isn't an infringement at all, its a choice. The person concerned can either exercise the right to procreate OR they can exercise their "right" to be a sponging, free-loading, parasite and live off the state but to do so they have to postpone procreation.

5:11 AM  
Anonymous skydog said...

Gnonad:''@ skydog:
there isn't an emoticon for irony, otherwise I would have put it in just before the bit about getting a job...''

;o)

7:51 AM  
Blogger Truly S said...

Every morning when my alarm goes off at 5.30am I jump out of bed with delight knowing I'm paying for these morons. Shoot them.

8:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

judging by the comments & the post that includes thick muslims aswell as nu-lab home grown?

7:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's sad but *sigh* true

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Nick-Their-Natters said...

Oh no, no, no...... sterilising the all of the poor would mean that there wld be no one left to do the dirty jobs....however, I do insist that there be some kind of "reproductive gene" lock that can only be unlocked once bank balance and IQ's are checked and found to be satisfactory!

10:05 PM  

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