Monday, September 21, 2009

'If I had a father, I would have got a good hiding

'If I had a father, I would have got a good hiding and I probably wouldn't be here now.'
This is enough to break your heart and chill you both.
From a drug dealer:
As far as he was concerned, they were barely an item at that stage - and they were certainly not about to move in together.

So why did these women choose to have babies by a man they barely knew?

Prince, who is 37, laid the blame squarely on benefits: 'Women get money from the Government; men get eradicated. What do you need a man for? The Government has taken our place.

'I'm old-fashioned, from the ghetto, and I'm serious for my kids - but the Government is the provider now.'

Over the past nine months, I have been investigating why teenage boys from low-income white and black Caribbean backgrounds are the most at risk of failing at school, and of being sidelined into a life of benefits and crime.

I talked to dozens of these boys themselves, as well as to men in their 20s and 30s from the same background - and found that most of them had grown up in single-parent families.

The cycle seemed likely to be repeated with their own children.

A young white man from the North-East, recently released from prison, told me: 'If I had a father, I would have got a good hiding and I probably wouldn't be here now.'

His 17-year-old friend, who is on the police list of top-ten troublemakers in his town, nodded. 'You need a dad for growing up,' he said.
So a lot of these kids and young adults know what a chunk of the problem is; now if the "You can have kids all by yourself, it'll work out" feminist idiots and socialists would just get the idea.

I can't really break this up, you need to read it. I will add one more part:
What future is there in Britain today for a girl without qualifications?

Skilled and hard-working immigrants now monopolise menial jobs, and the next step up - a job, for example, in catering or hairdressing - pays about £10,000 a year before tax.

Which is slightly less than a girl with two children receives in benefits, and without the incentive of somewhere to live rent-free

1 comment:

Keith said...

as the Chinese Communist Party member said when I told her about a town near Newcastle where they are now on the third generation of kids who have never known anyone in the household go out to work:

"This country is more Communist than China!"