More anti-pleb and homeless deterrent products here:
Anti-Pauper Roosting Spikes
Anti-pauper roosting spikes are considered to be the most efficient and cost effective way to prevent working-class people from roosting in unwanted places.
Nylon pleb netting is used extensively as an exclusion device to protect both buildings and agricultural property from the lower classes.
Chimney cowls stop the destitute or homeless entering chimney pots.
Artificial Breeding Facilities for Homeless
The use of artificial breeding facilities (ABFs), such as plebiaen or pleb lofts, as a method of controlling the poor is becoming increasingly popular in Europe.
Peasant Control ‘Scarey Man’ Inflatable Scarecrow
The ‘Scarey Man’ inflatable scarecrow is an electrically operated device based on the traditional scarecrow for scaring away peasants and other vermin.
Scarecrow Proletarian Scarer
The scarecrow proletarian scarer is a motion activated water deterrent.
Electric Shock Track Systems
Electric shock track systems are commonly used as an effective exclusion product for the proofing of buildings and property from hoi polloi and other unwanted pests.
As a method of pleb control, letting the poor starve or freeze to death has been proven to be the most cost-effective way of controlling the homeless, the destitute and other nuisances.
Related articles by Tom Pride:
UK deals with sharp spikes in homeless – by putting sharp spikes in homeless
Boris Johnson calls for doorways to be made more comfortable for homeless
Police Chief – police expected to clear homeless, not catch criminals
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The Infamous Culex said:
Does the Scarey Man Prole Deterent look like the Rt Hon Chingford Strangler?
Mike Sivier said:
Reblogged this on Vox Political and commented:
This is actually too close – to what we all suspect Tory politicians want to do – for comfort.
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Reblogged this on Still Oaks and commented:
Thanks Tom on the ball as ever!
Dan Delion said:
Isn’t it a bit early for the Tory manifesto?
Reblogged this on Beastrabban’s Weblog and commented:
The trouble is, you can imagine that this really is how the Tories see the poor.
Boris Johnson could introduce weedkiller pest-icides or some other noxious substances into the water jet fired from his new toy crowd control water cannons?
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