16 January 2008
Social Work Filth: Fighting Links
Last night's shocking account of how social work filth are kidnapping working class children and then giving them to middle class families to adopt is still preying on my mind. I did a bit of research and came up with some links that you might want to keep handy.
The Families and Social Services Information Team (FASSIT)
Founded in 2005, FASSIT should be your first port of call if you have trouble with the social work filth. They will provide e-mail support to families who are suffering the filth's unwanted attentions, and can provide specialist help. The people behind this organisation all have first hand experience of the social work industry's crimes, and are on your side. My advice is to get in touch with FASSIT the moment an overweight lump of social work shit knocks on your door.
One man's website with lots of useful links. I like this site because Ian, like me, is a Britain who lives abroad, but who has never forgotten the need to fight the good fight where it is most important: at home!
Stop Injustice Now
A campaigning group that makes videos and organises demonstrations. The social work filth want you to think that you are alone, and that only they have the power. Just click on the link to see that this is not the case.
False Allegations Support Organisation (FASO)
FASO has a help line that is open from 6.00pm to midnight, Monday to Friday. Call them on 0870 241 6650. Remember, the sooner you get help, the better your chances are of fending off an attack by the social work filth. The site also has an incredible set of links that you should check out.
I mentioned this site last night, but it deserves another mention. As do its brave founders.
The fightback against the internal colonialists has already begun. These organisations exist to help you, but what we need - and I am sorry to labour the point - is a party that represents the urban working class. A party that will harass, abuse and seek to destroy the middle class in general, starting with the social work filth. Do you remember how we used to treat the management vermin in the days when we had jobs? Well, that is the treatment that these two-legged cockroaches need to receive.