There has a been a little thing floating around in the news here in England over the last couple of weeks.
It is with regards to "young people" going on holiday to Ibiza (the so called club capital of Europe) where this conveyor belt of herdlings go for a couple of weeks each year to enjoy, en masse, such leisure pursuits as dancing in sweaty nightspots to crap music, pissing into hotel swimming pools from their 13th floor balconies, brawling, rolling around the streets in a mindless drunken haze exposing their genitals with shouts such as "whey heeey" and telling the locals to "speak English you Spanish bastards."
Now this recent report claims that the average reveller will have sex with 6 different partners in the space of 2 weeks.
A "worrying" statistic from a health point of view, apparently.
The spokeswoman on my radio said:
"the authorities have to do more to protect the health of its citizens."
Well, what about people taking responsibility for their own actions?
The truth is of course, that amongst the herdlings, considering the consequences of one's own actions has always been pretty low on the agenda.
And this is just one example of the stupid being protected from the results of their own idiocy.
But never before in history have the terminally stupid seen so much condonation of their destructive behaviour.
It is necessary, in the natural order of things, for a percentage of the populace to see themselves off, but that is now becoming defunct as more safety nets are stretched out beneath the idiots every day.
So where on earth has this notion that the most burdensome elements of society should be bolstered at the expense of everyone else?
Where has this idea that no one is to blame anymore come from?
I think that the source of such doctrines must be eliminated in order to halt the march of the underachievers and society can move forwards in a more solvent direction.
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