At the End of the Day

Nearing the end of the road with Waspi

Much as it pains me to do so, for the information of all SPA victims, I am reproducing a WaspiSting Facebook piece here I posted earlier today.

Good afternoon ladies.
While Twitter over the last few days has been full to bursting with victim SPA women arguing round in circles with braindead trolls, so far there has been zero progress on:
1. Ideas for more radical action
2. An audit of how many SPA affected women want what you should want – full restitution of pension rights
3. A concerted boycott of Saga given the actions of columnist Annie Shaw and complete lack of response from Saga themselves
Over the last three days, I have had eight conversations with UK based males about the Waspi case.
All of them supported your case 100% to the hilt. However, only 1 of them had even heard of you – and he’d no idea what your case was.
My friends, you can witter on about the injustice and the case for retribution until Damien Green’s hair regrows. You can tot up supporters and sing anthems and get Council and Opposition politicians to let you take selfies with them. You can consult lawyers both here and in Brussels.
But until and unless you stop arguing and avoiding unpleasantness internally – as well as taking harsh, radical and controversial action externally AND following up on empty threats made in social media – you will remain what you are: an invisible group (enjoying minimal public awareness) about whom almost nobody gives a flying whatnot.
All those who want full retribution and accept this critique should break away from the Waspi millstone immediately – and make a new start by not resting until Saga at least has been made to feel the heat, and Shaw made to apologise unreservedly for her insult.
Not doing this risks you losing any respect you have….and certainly mine. I’m happy to help you to the waterhole, but if you don’t want to drink there’s diddly squat I can do.
This will be the last post from me on this site until such time as I see a self-starting response.
But whatever you decide, my sincere best wishes for good luck

10 thoughts on “At the End of the Day

  1. Realised this concept … the only truth to stop actions against you or get attention for some cause is violence.

    Sad really … but the politicians have so divided society as some of my relatives like to quote “in it only for themselves” yet you still keep voting for them … at least don’t vote for christs sake. You can never have a concensus of opinion to change anything THEY LIKE THAT! all part of being in it for themselves.

    Solution is simple, nothing to do with your own circumstances it is to change your goal … remove the incumbent lawmakers that will not recognise you and accept the rest of life is over. This is blowback!

    If you cannot achieve your aim, maybe they should not be able to keep their entitled position, sitting in power, having a fun time, party on at your expense so the fitting action is get them deselected.

    Women and corrupt politicians, hey I can see a strategy can you? … blowback could be devastating too.


  2. carroccio1958,
    Maybe to you but I’m a regular reader and it’s not boring to me. Full credit to JW for taking an interest in, and having anger at, something that, as a male, doesn’t affect him.

    To promise somethiong for 50 years and then just pull it is disgusting.


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  3. So the boring lives (or deaths) of 3.2 million women grind on. Whether or not they are made to suffer penury and humiliation after having done everything right for what must be millions of lives (if you add up everyone these women have helped or looked after). I am disgusted not only by the reactions of some people (women as well as men) but, of course, politicians (not just Labour but, naturally, Conservatives). People have to have money to live. These people have paid their dues, and, if it were a private company, there would be a tremendous and ongoing outcry. I wonder if it were a bunch of Angelina Jolies or Princess Kates, those women would have support from every decent human being left in society?


  4. Harry
    The Feminazis are probably in a minority in this age group but even if they are not, if you have paid into a system for 45-50 years that promised a pension at 60 years they should make good on that promise. Any change should only apply looking foreward from the time that legislation was brought in and not be applied retrospectively. We are rightly concerned with retrospective legislation. Once they have that power we are all in the firing line. The Waspis are just the first.


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