Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Children to be nationalised

Social Services departments can take your children away on a pretext. But the Serious Crime Bill allows you to be prosecuted on a pretext too - even though you haven't done them any harm. The State will soon dictate exactly how children should be raised, and punish any parent who disobeys - a process well underway in Scotland already. From the Spiked website -

"First, it will enable prosecutions to be brought where a child, although not physically harmed, has been harmed in other ways. Any form of emotional, psychological or intangible harm could be caught by this new definition of ill-treatment: ‘physical or otherwise’.....Secondly, clause 65 will also remove the examples that currently illustrate the severity of an injury necessary for its infliction to be regarded criminal."

"It will be possible for a parent to be convicted of: smacking a child; not providing it with regular meals; leaving a crying baby alone on the petrol forecourt while visiting the station checkout....the teenager who dislikes his parents’ style of parenting, should have little difficulty making a case for his parents to be prosecuted.....examples of behaviour to be outlawed [include] ‘isolating’, ‘belittling’ and ‘rejecting’ children."


And no doubt refusing to let your children go on school mosque visits could be regarded as harmful too, or smoking in front of them, or telling them that the only real marriages are heterosexual ones....

13 comments:

  1. If you'll forgive the recycling, this is from a piece of mine back in 2011 - sadly, I think it's probably all downhill from here.

    There was a highly significant moment on last night's BBC news - though you might have missed it if you blinked; a father, his back to the camera, explained that he could not prevent his son joining the thieves and looters in the street outside.

    'I can't stop him going out,' he said, 'I can't even lock him in his room'. His frustration is echoed by parents and teachers across the country, whose efforts to educate and civilize their charges are hampered at every turn by the orthodoxy of the child's 'rights'. [...]

    ...the early jokes about calling Childline because there was broccoli for tea instead of chips have now metamorphosed into a climate where parents really do feel that they cannot risk upsetting their children, whether by imposing discipline of any kind or denying them something they want.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Meddling social workers, sociologists and child-centred teachers have a lot to answer for - like getting elected to our interfering legislature. As for the recycling job, it is welcome, and I've added the link -

      http://newgatenews.blogspot.co.uk/2011/08/opposite-of-deprived.html

      Delete
    2. This is no accident. They might appear to be merely meddling, but they're actually fulfilling their long-term agenda. The left has always wanted to destroy the institution of the family, so that youngsters can be 'raised' with their primary allegiance and loyalties being to the state.

      Think 'orphaned puppies' in 'Animal Farm'...

      Delete
  2. So. How do thexy NOW propose people discipline the bastards?

    Sit them on the "Naughty step?"

    Sorry NO, that is "Isolation" and is an offence.

    Beating two kinds of shite out of the wee bastards is not allowed.

    So, when they are breaking into the local electronics store, or mugging old women in the park, DON'T go running to the PARENTS, telling them that they have "Not brought the bastards up properly."

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They'll find some way of blaming the parents - perhaps they once supported UKIP, thus giving their kids antisocial ideas!

      Delete
  3. Was there not a case a while back whereby a would be parent was refused an adoption, or a foster place, because he was a UKIP member?

    Seems to ring a bell.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes - http://britain-today.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/if-youre-in-ukip-you-cant-foster.html

      Delete
  4. It sounds ever more as if you are moving to the German system of "Child protection."

    You ARE allowed to lock them in their room here, but for a "reasonable time," even then they CAN take the parents to court for "Freiheitsberaubung" (Taking away their right to free movement, etc.)

    Take their play station off them, it is theft, take their Handy (Mobile phone) it is again "Freiheitsberaubung" also it is against the constitutional rule that says "Every person has the right to form groups, and communicate with who they choose." This also applies when they are "getting in with some dodgy characters," ie, drug gangs, or such. THAT can get you up to five years in prison!

    If they DO get in with such a gang, or dodgy characters, and are arrested, the parents are taken to court for "Failing in their parental duties to keep their offspring from harm(!)" (Up to three yrears in prison.)

    After the age of 13 or 14, a parent may not enter their offsprings bedroom, or private space, without their permision. This "It's MY house you will do what I bloody say, and I will go where I WANT in it!" has NO legal authority here. In fact, due to the above, it is actualy NOT allowed that you have free movement in YOUR house!

    And, as a slight aside from the discipline problem, parents are expected to financially support their bastards and provide a roof over their head, until the age of 25! (If still in full time education or training.)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. My God - it sounds as if German parents have been persecuted for years - and no doubt their children are encouraged to rat on them too (as Hitler Youth members were).

      Delete
    2. The "Jugendamt" (Child protection department.) appear to do their best to make it that way, under the idea that "You have just hidden all the abuse in your subconscious! LET it all out." And EVERY report must be investigated, no matter HOW unlikely it is.

      Delete
  5. Meddling social workers, sociologists and child-centred teachers have a lot to answer for

    Ian - yes, that's so but there is also another bottom line - where are parents just doing bloody parenting anymore, with bit of common sense?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. True - but at the same time the state has been steadily rewarding parental fecklessness and undermining parental responsibility.

      Delete

Keep it clean.....