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Interesting to read that “children at risk of “going off the rails” and descending into a life of crime can be spotted at the age of two. Oh really? Well, that’s what the Government czar “Behaviour Czar” Charlie Taylor says and he is a very wise man…

Nurseries should identify toddlers showing early signs of aggression and crack down on bad behaviour by marking them out for specialist tuition, said Charlie Taylor. He said showing the worst-behaved children how to socialise and giving them proper boundaries could prevent problems escalating. It was also appropriate for some five and six year-olds with the most serious difficulties to spend some time at institutes for the most unruly pupils, he suggested. Mr Taylor said: “Any child can go off the rails for a bit and what we need is a system that is responsive to them and helps them to get back on the straight and narrow.”

Wrong. What is NEEDED is effective parenting, with a Mother and Father who know who to bring their children up properly. When I was young that was a given and badly behaved kids were truly the exception – but nowadays it seems that poor behaviour is the norm. The idea that the State can somehow “solve” these matters is demented but all too predictable. As the family crumbles the State will seek to assume the duties of Mum and Dad, that is what this report demonstrates.

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5 thoughts on “NANNY ALWAYS KNOWS BEST..

  1. Parents don’t have time to bring up their children, or so they’re told. The state is there to sort out those bothersome little cherubs.

    Oh the microwave has pinged, I must grab my microwave meal and get back to watching repeats of Jeremy Kyle…

  2. DV: “When I was young that was a given and badly behaved kids were truly the exception – but nowadays it seems that poor behaviour is the norm”. (And the sun always shone and the food tasted better and we respected our elders.) Ah, the selective memory of old age. 🙂

    “When I was young, we were taught to be discreet and respectful of elders, but the present youth are exceedingly disrespectful and impatient of restraint”.
    Hesiod, 8th century BC

    “What is happening to our young people? They disrespect their elders, they disobey their parents. They ignore the law. They riot in the streets inflamed with wild notions. Their morals are decaying. What is to become of them?”
    Plato, 4th Century BC

    “The young people of today think of nothing but themselves. They have no reverence for parents or old age. They are impatient of all restraint… As for the girls, they are forward, immodest and unladylike in speech, behavior and dress.”
    Peter the Hermit, AD 1274

  3. Spotted by the age of two? You can tell before they are born. Just see if the mother’s married or not.

    It’s the same old story, more desperate government ‘initiatives’ in response to the problems caused by government in the first place. If you virtually eradicate marriage and morality, hook millions on welfare, abolish the freedom of parents to admonish their children and loot them so heavily parents have to dump them in State institutions instead of raising them at home then they’ll be problems.

    This is all quite obvious.

    And typically the response is cold, bureaucratic, unnatural and inhumane: “It was also appropriate for some five and six year-olds with the most serious difficulties to spend some time at institutes for the most unruly pupils, he suggested.”

    As the problems deepen it’ll be more and more such places for children of all ages. We have so much government it is literally omnipresent, yet children have never been so warped and badly behaved. This is not coincidence.

  4. PM: “yet children have never been so warped and badly behaved. This is not coincidence.” How do you work this out?

  5. “yet children have never been so warped and badly behaved.”

    And you know this how? As was evidenced above old farts bemoaning the state of the youth of today has been going on for thousands of years.

    At least you are following in a well-worn path.

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