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18 September 2009
Yet more insolence from the social work filth
From John Hemming MP, comes the news that folk who complain about social work shit find that the local council that provides the parasites with their inflated wage packets will then seek revenge by going after the complainant's children:

"Very often care proceedings are used as retaliation by local authorities against 'uppity' people who question the system," stated the Birmingham Yardley MP.

None of this will come as any surprise to those readers who have followed our reports on the activities of this human vermin that is known collectively as the social work industry. However, it is still worth repeating that there is a solution that will put a stop to their cheek once and for all:

We have to cease our disengagement from politics and run candidates on our estates who reflect our values and ideology. If enough of them get elected then we can quite simply march every piece of social work filth that is employed by the council into a room and give them their redundancy notices.

Bring a video crew along just to grab shots of their faces as they realise that the gravy train has just run off the fucking rails.

How's that for revenge against the lower middle class filth that has been raking it in while we have rotted on the social?

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