The Labour legacy lives on
MANCHESTER – England – Twelve year old schoolboy, Kev Peters is today in hiding all because he has not been involved in enough stabbings like the other boys in his school.
A Manchester Primary has been shut down today because there have not been enough stabbings again. There have been sporadic incidents of children refusing to carry knives or participate in frenzied stabbing sessions down the local chippy near the school.
“Children’s Secretary Ed Balls was down here last week and he approved of the mass stabbings that go on a daily basis. He said that we are well up in the Labour stab league and we should therefore get more funding for our school this year from central government,” says Headmaster of Gleeford Primary in Salford, Manchester.
These certainly are worrying times for the Labour government who for ten years have put all their efforts into producing a sub-class of feral children that are terrorising the general population or those who are not of the chav class.
The Labour government has inundated their impoverished heartland areas with encouragement to continue the violent crime sprees by reducing court cases and prison sentences to a minimum. In some areas chav teens are not even prosecuted for their first murder offence but given an ASBO or ABC and told to attend a Kenyan safari trip paid for by the British taxpayer.
Young boys in deprived areas (90% of Labour’s Britain) are being ostracised for not carrying knifes to school or participating in stabbings.
Attire is also a very important part of the new breed of Labour children. They usually wear hoods which obscure their faces as well as an assortment of cheap tracksuits and faux gold jewelry.
Yesterday in Prime Minister’s questions, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith put forward a plan to integrate more children into the Labour credo: “Children who have grown up in the era of Labour change are now violent feral thugs who commit murder at the drop of a hat. You may be sitting at a bus stop and a hoodie will come up to you and stick a six inch kitchen knife into your back as you board it, these are the next generation of kids who have grown up under Labour’s ideals and standards. This is why if you want our nation to carry on with this attitude you all must back Labour in the next election in ten years when you will all be eligible to vote for a new Labour leader again.”
Labour since it has been in power has reduced the number of police on the streets and has made a concerted effort to encourage violent crime so that normal citizens have to live in perpetual fear of death.
Modern Britain under Labour is a crime ridden bloodbath where rat children happily celebrate their tenth birthday with a stabbing or two thus pleasing their friends and it seems the current government. Labour’s legacy is of course borne of that famous phrase uttered almost ten years ago: “Education, education, education”.