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Teenage Pregnancy - the problem and the solution (by the bnp)

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Glitterknickaz Wed 19-Aug-09 16:50:27

Apologies if this is posted elsewhere, I couldn't find it. I am still banging my head against the desk at the stupidity of it all.

^Any 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 aswell 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.^

taken from this site

Glitterknickaz Wed 19-Aug-09 16:51:32

oh well my attempt at italics didn't work....

edam Wed 19-Aug-09 16:53:17

Wonder how many BNP members have shagged or would like to shag teenage girls? hmm

edam Wed 19-Aug-09 16:53:55

(you need to italicise each word, btw.)

TheCrackFox Wed 19-Aug-09 16:55:11

There is another thread but I think the BNP deserves all the abuse it gets.

" 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." Er, what if she has a job - it ain't the 1950's anymore.

How are the BNP any different from the Taleban?
I think any woman found supporting them should lose their vote. It is like turkeys voting for Christmas.

StewieGriffinsMom Wed 19-Aug-09 16:55:14

Message withdrawn

LuluMaman Wed 19-Aug-09 16:55:49

and what happens to the young men who engage in sexual intercourse with the young women?

do they go into young father homes, to carry on education and have to wear demure clothes??

like hell they will

more misogynistic crap from teh BNP

yes, let's imprison young mothers for wearing mini skirts , that's a great idea. let's let all the women abusing, rapists out of prison to make room for teen mums
hmm angry

edam Wed 19-Aug-09 16:58:02

BNP probably wants violent men released from prison as it will boost their membership...

LuluMaman Wed 19-Aug-09 16:59:33

god, i hope the people who voted for the BNP as a protest or misguideldly actually see what the BNP really stand for

SammyK Wed 19-Aug-09 17:01:39

Am not at all surprised. hmm angry What does surprise and sadden me is that people are voting for them in elections! Knobs.

notevenamousie Wed 19-Aug-09 17:03:50

So sad sad and horrific that this is considered mainstream politics....

sherazade Wed 19-Aug-09 17:10:01

I wonder what proportion of BNP voters were actually born out of holy matrimony hmm

Glitterknickaz Wed 19-Aug-09 17:12:45

this is the bit I find most reprehensible

Failure to comply with the homes? rules will result in the mother being sent to prison, and the baby being taken in to care.

sweetkitty Wed 19-Aug-09 17:19:54

sad utterly sad

tiredOFTHEDMemma Wed 19-Aug-09 17:23:34


Sorry- I know its offensive, but I save use of it only for those who truly deserve to be called such.

And I have stupid female family members who voted for these arsewipes in the local elections because "well we have to keep British jobs for British people init???"

Fucing morons.

tiredOFTHEDMemma Wed 19-Aug-09 17:23:58

fucking, not fucing

AspasiaManos Wed 19-Aug-09 17:25:46

fucing is quite a good word!

AspasiaManos Wed 19-Aug-09 17:26:33

...... as in

The BNP are fucing bar stewards.........

atlantis Wed 19-Aug-09 19:25:33

Probably another 'policy' written by that twat from F4J, the one who says men should keep the house the kids and all his money when a marriage breaks down.

But most BNP supporters are from the Labour party, so that tells you who votes for them as well.

Squidmission Wed 19-Aug-09 19:28:22

I actually heard a very well spoken woman on a phone in radio programme listing those solutions to the problem of teenage mums.
I laughed out loud and thought what a loon.

I'm a bit shocked (but not surprised) that its come from those fking morons.

choufleur Wed 19-Aug-09 19:29:36

I'm truly lost for words.

AnnieLobeseder Wed 19-Aug-09 19:31:12

Well, sadly I did think they were making a little bit of sense, up until the matrons, long skirts and prison bit!

Cos let's face it, while many teenage mums are in their situation by genuine accident, a whole lot more aren't. They get pg on purpose for the benefits and that really can't be a good thing for anyone.

Not sure what the solution is, but long skirts and prisons aren't a good option!

Would like to add, though, that the BNP are wankers, just in case someone thought I might generally agree with them.

MyCatIsABiggerBastardThanYours Wed 19-Aug-09 19:31:56

Jeez - and people vote for the aresholes!

wahwah Wed 19-Aug-09 20:18:05

Fucking hell. There's enough people around who seem to think that if you look at a social worker wrong you get your child 'snatched', without this bunch of scrotes making it sound as if it's even possible.

They truly are a reprehensible bunch of mummy hating, daddy beaten fuckwits. I wish they'd spend their energies in therapy rather than inflicting their toss on the rest of us.

kizzy28 Thu 20-Aug-09 07:49:13

having worked with teen moms for a long time now,i have to clear up the misguided illusion that these girls just pop out a baby & hey presto a council property and benefits are theirs!! NOT TRUE.
many off these young girls live at home with parents still, the majority want a better life for their kids and take on poorly paid work to set a standard,
Sadly there are those that young girls that are kicked out of their family home before they are pregnant,(due to the fact that if they are working their parents have to pay towards their council tax & rent in the council property which many can't afford)hence they find themselves homeless unless they get themselves pregnant!!
it's the system that needs to change !!
and believe me even when these girls do get council property it is usually a b&b or if their lucky??some god forsaken hell whole flat usually populated with the local druggies, not the most desirable life !!!

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