UK government accidentally includes Scarfolk poster endorsing culls of rabid children in official publication


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/07/20/shoot-to-kill.html


#2

They mistakenly included a Scarfolk poster which encourages discourages the killing of children (in a manner consistent with Scarfolk).

ETFY

Anyhow, evil LOLs. Anything one can do for the war effort, etc.


#3

I’m delighted that the Tories are finally accepting their true nature and extending Scarfolk policies to the entire nation.


#4

Badger badger badger badger CHILD! AHHH! A CHILD!


#5

Nice touch with the tick boxes in the upper right corner.


#6

other historical documents of note, a very modest menu Jonathan Swift proposed for his cozy little bed and breakfast
A circus poster of the renowned Benjamin Blackadder rogering his semi-intelligent hominid Baldrick for the delight and edification of a paying public.
the true identify of Jack the Ripper, a Victorian gentleman who received his nickname by his habit of sneaking up behind members of the clergy and ‘letting rip’ a truly horrendous fart before running off laughing like a hyena.


#7

That is just too delicious! Lol. Love the Scarfolk stuff.


#8

Of course we don’t shoot children who have rabies. We care for our own, treating the children for rabies.

Now, a “Village of the Damned” scenario, that’s another matter.


#9

“…political, entertainment or culinary reasons”.

Made my frickin’ day! I’m still snickering.


#10

All Scarfolk children are Midwich cuckoos though. Even the ones who aren’t.


#11

Did they include this?



#12

It took me a while to realize that all the madness in Scarfolk relating to children stemmed from the time loop itself: the children were literally children forever, aging and un-aging over and over until they all went mad.


#13

Aw… it looks like it got noticed, and corrected. :sob:


#14

No, they don’t.


#15

Why “accidentally”? I doubt if they keep the Scarfolk stuff on the same shelf. Someone snuck in a Scarfolk poster to see if anyone was paying attention. And no-one was. Bravo!


#16

For more information, please reread.

PMSL


#17

Be suspicious when a child asks for a drink of water.


#18

Be more suspicious if your child refuses to bathe.


#19

I would be immediately suspicious of any child that wants to keep itself clean. It’s clearly a miniature killbot in disguise.


#20

I showed this to a mate who called it out as fake news, as the UK govt PDF has been updated (or never had the Scarfolk content if you are a skeptic). How would we go about determining if this actually happened?