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Midwich Cuckoos.

It's all been about children for this outing of the Righteous. They tried to hijack a religion again, Islam this time, but it wasn't going to dance to their tune and had its own agenda. Now they are turning on it and that'll be messy. Instead, they have concentrated on children as their route to control. Lately this has reached the point where all adults are suspected paedophiles unless they pay to prove otherwise and anyone with children must be overseen and studied in their homes, in case they do something non-approved, like getting the child to think for themselves.

Children apparently have to pass 69 'learning targets' before they start school! I wonder what the first one is - a first cry at birth perhaps? If the child fails that one, do they shove it back in and try again? There is no childhood any more. I remember reflecting once that at the age of five, the routine of the working week began and that was it until retirement. Up to that point all you had to do was play. Enjoy it, kid, you won't see these days again for sixty years. Now there is nursery and pre-school school and assessments by pointy-faced people with clipboards and that's all before you even start with the real school. Your future is assessed, calculated and determined before you learn the nine times table. Actually, I bet they don't do that any more. Instead they have 'good citizen classes', a title that sends a shiver down my spine.

Part of these good citizenship classes (for primary schools) is to instil the understanding that stepping on ants is evil. It does include things like not leaving dogs locked in cars on hot days, and not messing with wild birds' nests, which is good, but it then goes to a ridiculous extreme.

The guidance, drawn up by the Department for Children, Schools and Families, says children can learn good citizenship skills by learning about the wellfare of insects because "other living things have needs and they have responsibilities to meet them".

I have no responsibilities to cockroaches, silverfish, wasps, flies of any size or any other insect and I have an array of chemical weapons which I will unleash on them as soon as they show up. Yes they have needs. Wasps need paper to make their nests and they get it by chewing any nearby unprotected wood. Your shed, your fence or your rafters. Flies have a desperate desire to tramp around on long-dead animals and piles of poo and then tramp over your dinner. I don't need that so the interlopers will die. Flies are not citizens and caring for them will not make you a good citizen. It will only make you into a fascinating study for medical students who will run a book on which interesting disease you'll catch next.

As for respecting worms, don't we have enough trouble with all the hooded worms demanding respect now? Are we going to get cornered by an armed gang of Lumbricus terrestris demanding respect and money? If so, all you need do is invite them on a fishing trip. That'll sort them out.

This lot of Righteous want to produce a race of blank-eyed drones who would not step on a beetle but who think it's just fine to kick a random stranger to death. They won't stamp on an ant but they'll stamp on a puppy.

All this results in a whole generation of confused and repressed children who can't even turn to an adult for help because adults run away from them and the child doesn't know why. The Righteous solution? Drug them into compliance.

Prof Timimi cited a 2004 study in which researchers analysed prescriptions in nine countries over a two-year period. It found significant increases in drugs to deal with childhood mental health problems. The lowest rise was in Germany – 13 per cent – and the highest was the UK, with 68 per cent.

This word 'vulnerable' keeps coming up in all these kinds of special-interest groups stories. People wear it as a badge of honour. 'Oh, I'm vulnerable, you have to be nice to me'. Get stuffed. You know what 'vulnerable' means? It means 'weak'. It means 'feeble'. It means 'easily defeated'. It is not something to shout about. If you need therapy and medication just to cope with life, you aren't doing it right. The weird part is, people on permanent mood medication look down on alcoholics as if they are somehow different. Doctor's prescription or supermarket plonk, it's all the same thing and costs about the same too. It's hiding from life. Being vulnerable. Being weak. Just stop it - and if you can't stop it, at least stop being so damn proud of it.

Back to the topic...

Children can now be tracked through their mobiles, and their internet use monitored by a virus that parents are encouraged to install on their computers. No privacy, no hiding place, and when you have nowhere to hide, you have everything to fear.

It looks like a form of brainwashing. Separate the kids from their parents. confuse them with random, conflicting information, distance them from the adults who could tell them actually useful information, then when they're totally baffled, drug them to keep them that way. Get them used to being watched by the State at all times for their own protection and keep them monochrome and subdued. Above all, make them equal, identical, homogenous because that makes social planning so much easier. Why should they not step on that ant? Because ants are the model for the new society. One central control and all workers identical.

It's not working at any level. The Righteous think they are breeding the Eloi but they are turning out Morlocks.

And vulnerable Morlocks at that.
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ambush_predator
17th Nov, 2009 05:57 (UTC)
"Why should they not step on that ant? "

Well, maybe because...

"...he's done nothing to you,
There might come a day
When he's treading on you..."


:)

JuliaM (http://thylacosmilus.blogspot.com/)
leg_iron
17th Nov, 2009 20:33 (UTC)
Antmusic?

Wow, you must be almost as old as me!
alexjc38
17th Nov, 2009 07:56 (UTC)
"Vulnerable Morlocks" is a very good expression, it's the prevalent neurotic mindset in a nutshell.
(Anonymous)
17th Nov, 2009 10:37 (UTC)
Little Ant Killers
A quick Google revealed the cretins behind this 'advice' it's the... DCSF funded, WTF don't they fund.... Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency

Go to their homepage and you would assume from the picture we were actually living somewhere on the sub friggin continent.

http://www.qcda.gov.uk/
(Anonymous)
17th Nov, 2009 10:42 (UTC)
Little Ant Killers
Shit they even have this guy on their board. Bleeding heart religious social worker who used to inspect schools for a bloody living.
http://www.qcda.gov.uk/21507.aspx

Maurice Smith CB
Director of Education for the Church of England, Diocese of Manchester
If any muslims read this get screaming about inequality because there are no muslims on this agencies board.
leg_iron
17th Nov, 2009 20:35 (UTC)
Re: Little Ant Killers
No muslims? Of course not. The Righteous don't do 'equality' themselves. That's for others.
(Anonymous)
17th Nov, 2009 11:01 (UTC)
richard says
praise be to Allah! i was raised in the 60s and 70s when wilfully bad behaviour resulted in a swift ruler to the back of the knuckles, and where we learnt tables, grammar, and good manners. kindness to animals, and their care, was instilled with pets and nature tables, the Tufty Club kept us alert for cars. we were given responsibility. in "big" school some of us had knives; pen-knives, lock knives, bowies, ("i cut my way" William Rogers of Sheffield) but they were just your knife collection, not weapons. Christ on a bike, if ANYONE had even thought about pulling a knife in a fight they would have been ridiculed and shamed to death as a coward. laughed at, and despised.
the main difference back in may day (that preface is one of Olay's seven signs of ageing, i think) was the 11 plus entrance test. it was a pure intelligence test so children from poor or rich backgrounds were on a level playing field. now it's been scrapped, ostensibly to protect the less bright from feeling like failures. in reality, a non-thinking populace is less dangerous to the ruling class, and this dumbing-down is entirely deliberate.
leg_iron
17th Nov, 2009 20:42 (UTC)
Re: richard says
I was also brought up in that period. A quick smack hurt at the time but a) you didn't do it again and b) that was it. Punishment over. No therapy or protracted meetings with social workers to consider your 'issues' and get the guilt juices flowing. Correction took a second and the matter was then forgotten.

I remember the William Rodgers knives too. The best ones available but they were not for fighting and as you said, anyone pulling a knife was a coward. We all had them but we'd never consider using them on anyone. They were tools.

The eleven-plus was a useful early separating exam. It wasn't perfect, sometimes people were sent to the secondary modern unfairly, but then tales of what happened in secondary moderns were a hall of an incentive to pass that exam.

Now it doesn't matter. You go from primary to comprehensive whether you bother to work or not. No incentive to try.

Looking at what we have now, those secondary moderns were better than many current schools. They did at least learn something.
(Anonymous)
18th Nov, 2009 01:05 (UTC)
Re: richard says
yep, my missis was the daughter of a farm labourer, and thanks to the 11 plus she's now earning good money. she couldn't have got onto the professional ladder without the grammar school system. i got the same opportunities but was a lazy bastard and therefore didn't do well after school. nevertheless, the stepping stone existed. now it doesn't, unless you can have your parents pay for excellent schooling.
re: knives i was re-reading two of my old books; an old scouting manual which mentioned sheath knives, and the dreadful shameful punishment of being forced to wear an empty scabbard if you misused your knife, by (shock horror!)throwing it at trees. their use as weapons wasn't even imaginable. also an old "William" book, in which William, by his usual cunning and craft, got an old boy to make him a present of an Indian dagger, which he imagined using to fight pirates. where oh where have those days gone? knives these days look like props from a brutal sci-fi film, matt black, serrated blades, "tactical" design.
my old William Rogers knife was worn by my dad, as a "dinghy stabber" when he was a fighter pilot in the 50s. pilots carried them to burst the emergency dinghy if it inflated during a flight, otherwise it would push the controls and cause a dive. i couldn't wear it now, or even carry it, a small bone-handled fixed blade. not allowed! i fear that the only real men left in Britain are the Sikhs, they carry their Kirpans and always will. plus i saw one walk through an archway at an airport, and when asked to remove his "headgear" just kept walking, his head held high. the security men did fuck-all about him. the Sikhs are not slaves to the whims of the state. but what has happened to us?
faustiesblog
17th Nov, 2009 12:34 (UTC)
Scientific Society - Bertrand Russell
Bertrand Russell's blueprint (The Scientific Outlook, 1931) appears to have been adopted by Labour and indicates the pathway to Labour's 'utopia'.

Labour's communist wet dream does not include families - it is a world of drones; breeding strategies (for elites and drones) and absolute state control.

It does not concern itself with the individual, which can be sacrificed for the collective. It seeks only to keep the Borg mindlessly content to ward off the threat of rebellion.

For such a society to exist, it is essential that 'health care' be under the control of the government - which is why socialised medicine is being pushed down the American collective throat.

Here's a video taster:

http://bit.ly/q0epw

Better still, read Russell's book. These people are dangerous, everywhere (including America) and co-ordinated.
leg_iron
17th Nov, 2009 20:49 (UTC)
Re: Scientific Society - Bertrand Russell
Star Trek's Borg are the ultimate solution for socialism. Everyone absolutely equal and none thinking of their own lives at all. No family ties, no friends, no socialising, no thought beyond serving the collective and assimilation of others.

I wonder if the writers had socialists in mind when they wrote that?
(Anonymous)
17th Nov, 2009 13:01 (UTC)
Words from Pastor Niemoller
First they came for the communists, and I did not speak out — because I was not a communist;
Then they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out — because I was not a socialist;
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out — because I was not a trade unionist;
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out — because I was not a Jew;
Then they came for me — and there was no one left to speak out for me.

DZ
leg_iron
17th Nov, 2009 20:50 (UTC)
Re: Words from Pastor Niemoller
The only ones left now are the single, no children, non-smoking, non-drinking, slim people who don't drive and who don't have ambition.

There aren't many of those.
(Anonymous)
17th Nov, 2009 18:14 (UTC)
cuckoos
I wish they would come for dogs, im sick of shit and barking
leg_iron
17th Nov, 2009 20:43 (UTC)
Re: cuckoos
The Greens are happy for you to eat those dogs, you know.
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