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Magda Hassan
09-30-2009, 04:21 AM
Some one tell me this is not true? I can't believe that any one (except the BNP of course) is even trying to fly this kite. A government run Magdalena Sisters laundry home? Next they'll be selling the babies to the rich just like the church used to do.





Exclusive : Brown’s “Gulags for Slags” Policy Taken from BNP (http://order-order.com/2009/09/29/exclusive-browns-gulags-for-slags-policy-taken-from-bnp/)

Courtesy of Lancaster Unite Against Fascism this was the motion debated at the BNP’s Party Conference and adopted by Gordon at the Labour Party conference:

Teenage mothers – the problem and the solution
http://orderorder.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/griffin-brown.gif?w=240&h=192Any amount of sexual health education is not going to reduce Britain’s high teen pregnancy rates, whilst the ‘rewards’ for becoming an unmarried teen mother remain so [relatively] attractive. The cycle of girls getting pregnant by man A, then being allocated a council flat & welfare benefits, then getting pregnant by man B, and being allocated a bigger council flat & more benefits, then getting pregnant by man C, and being allocated a council house & yet more benefits has got to STOP. It leads to all sorts of social problems, resulting from mothers who are not mature enough to parent effectively, and end up raising dysfunctional families in poverty. It also costs tax payers a lot of money, to fund these ‘alternative’ lifestyles.
Furthermore, people who have been on housing waiting lists for several years, and who conduct themselves in a responsible manner, find themselves being ‘queue-jumped’ by these feckless members of society.
So, I suggest that there be no council flats and no welfare benefits available to unmarried mothers under the age of 21. Instead they will be placed in ‘mother & baby homes’. Here they will receive academic education as well as parenting classes, plus courses covering all aspects of their social development. The homes will be run by ‘matron’ type figures. The homes should not be ‘institution’ like, but at the same time there will be rules which must be adhered to; such as a curfew of approx 9pm, a dress code which states skirts must come to at least the knees & no cleavage to be on show. Failure to comply with the homes’ rules will result in the mother being sent to prison, and the baby being taken in to care.
This is not a short-term remedy, but a long-term solution. Eventually I believe the implementation of this policy will result in a vast decrease in teenage girls becoming pregnant – as the consequences will be positively unattractive. Of course, teenage pregnancies will never be completely eradicated, and the homes will allow for the girls who do still become teen mothers to learn how to be good parents, whilst not being fast-tracked to the top of the housing queue.
If an 18-20 year old pregnant woman is married [marriage should not be an option available to 16/17 year olds, even with parental consent] and her husband has a job, then she will be exempt from going in to one of the homes.’
Nick Griffin will be applauding Gordon Brown’s new policy change. Last year it was the slogan “British Jobs for British Workers” this year it is wholesale policies. Norman Tebbit described the BNP as Labour with added racism. The policy parallels* are increasing…
*Nick Griffin also has only one eye. Not a lot of people know that.
http://order-order.com/2009/09/29/exclusive-browns-gulags-for-slags-policy-taken-from-bnp/

Peter Presland
09-30-2009, 09:01 AM
Some one tell me this is not true? I can't believe that any one (except the BNP of course) is even trying to fly this kite. A government run Magdalena Sisters laundry home? Next they'll be selling the babies to the rich just like the church used to do.
Well that's Paul Staine's take on it. He has made quite a name for himself going for the jugular of any politician he gets some dirt on - and the journalists who look the other way - easy pickings really, all things considered. On balance he's probably done some good in so far as he's made a lot of people 'close to power' (if not those with real power) run a bit scared. He's a right-winger though, ex-Liffe trader and mindless apologist for 'Capitalism'.

The piece he quotes is from a Nick Griffin speech. Gordon Brown's brief mention of the subject was nonetheless 'of a piece' with it and exactly as you fear. Here it is: (http://www.labourmatters.com/the-labour-party/gordon-browns-labour-conference-speech-full-text-and-video/)

.... And I do think it’s time to address a problem that for too long has gone unspoken, the number of children having children. For it cannot be right, for a girl of sixteen, to get pregnant, be given the keys to a council flat and be left on her own.
From now on all 16 and 17 year old parents who get support from the taxpayer will be placed in a network of supervised homes. These shared homes will offer not just a roof over their heads, but a new start in life where they learn responsibility and how to raise their children properly. That’s better for them, better for their babies and better for us all in the long run.
Chilling stuff eh?

David Guyatt
09-30-2009, 11:45 AM
Desperation imo.

Gordo and Labour are finished, but are seeking big Conservative style headlines in a desperate hope to halt the inevitable. The announcement in Murdoch's rag The Sun, this morning saying that Labour is finished and that it is switching its support from Labour to Camerloon's Tory Party, is the peal of doom.

At least this ignorant middle-ages policy will never see the light of day.

Unless Loon resurrects it anyway.

Magda Hassan
09-30-2009, 12:14 PM
When Murdoch has spoken it is done then. Happens all the time in the Oz. It always comes to pass.

David Guyatt
09-30-2009, 12:23 PM
Yup, he's cut a better deal with CamerLoon for his global business interests. Probably a special tax concession...

Magda Hassan
09-30-2009, 12:25 PM
Ha! And they tell us single mothers are the problem :damnmate:

Jan Klimkowski
09-30-2009, 08:26 PM
The phrase Gulags for Slags is absolutely inspired.

It cuts through all the posturing and bullshit and sez it how it iz......

Earlier in the week, at the New Labour Party conference,the Prince of Darkness - yes, it be he, Lord Mandy of Mandelson - sang.

I repeat. Mandy sang.

And received a standing ovation.

Controversial resolutions are automatically denied debating time in this modern, C21st, New Labour party conference. Indeed, party conferences are now pure on message propaganda rallies, where PR guru, Mrs Brown, warms up the audience for her husband's speech, by declaring - like a gushing 12-year-old - that Gordon is "her hero".

:puke::puke::puke:

I wish they'd just have some honesty and integrity.

Invite Leni Riefenstahl's successors along, and do the fascist rally thing with fetishistic style and rectilinear form, and make the slogans really burn into the brains of The Sun and Daily Mail reading masses.

I guarantee that Lord Mandy could deliver "Gulags for Slags", plc, with such reptilian and mesmerising conviction that Middle England would vote for it in their droves.

:listen: Just don't mention the BNP, there's a good chap.....

Magda Hassan
10-01-2009, 04:01 AM
The phrase Gulags for Slags is absolutely inspired.

It cuts through all the posturing and bullshit and sez it how it iz......

Earlier in the week, at the New Labour Party conference,the Prince of Darkness - yes, it be he, Lord Mandy of Mandelson - sang.

I repeat. Mandy sang.

And received a standing ovation.

Controversial resolutions are automatically denied debating time in this modern, C21st, New Labour party conference. Indeed, party conferences are now pure on message propaganda rallies, where PR guru, Mrs Brown, warms up the audience for her husband's speech, by declaring - like a gushing 12-year-old - that Gordon is "her hero".

:puke::puke::puke:

I wish they'd just have some honesty and integrity.

Invite Leni Riefenstahl's successors along, and do the fascist rally thing with fetishistic style and rectilinear form, and make the slogans really burn into the brains of The Sun and Daily Mail reading masses.

I guarantee that Lord Mandy could deliver "Gulags for Slags", plc, with such reptilian and mesmerising conviction that Middle England would vote for it in their droves.

:listen: Just don't mention the BNP, there's a good chap.....

Lenin had something to say about Mandy's singing and the audience reception.
http://leninology.blogspot.com/2009/09/note-to-labour-delegates.html

Jan Klimkowski
10-01-2009, 05:57 PM
Lenin had something to say about Mandy's singing and the audience reception.
http://leninology.blogspot.com/2009/09/note-to-labour-delegates.html

Vlad Ilyich and I are in total agreement on the innate self-serving duplicity of the Prince of Darkness, and the pathetic, snivelling, supine and breathtakingly naive reaction of the conference audience.


You probably despise everything about him, but given a moribund leadership and a looming election that looks like a date with Pol Pot and his merry henchmen, you'll cower behind any charlatan selling a bit of psephological black magic. You even laughed at his revolting in-jokes about how much he'd reduced politics to spin. You laughed, and you clapped it up. 'At last,' you thought, 'the Prince of Darkness! We've hated him and his kind for so long, but he can save us!' But it's all a cruel hoax, I'm afraid. Not only can't Mandelson save you, but the second he sees his chance he'll drop the lot of you like a ton of hot shit. Face facts, delegates: you've had it. You're about to get trampled by a bunch of spivvy public schoolboys who by rights should be watching their venture capital firms sink, not preparing to lead the country. And the sad thing is that when that does happen, and you're all lying face down in the mud, you will collectively sigh with your last breath: "Mandelson was right - we should have privatised the Royal Mail!"

Paul Rigby
10-01-2009, 08:10 PM
*Nick Griffin also has only one eye. Not a lot of people know that.

According to the few pale youths who do know that, it was made in Japan.