go and teach British 'monsters', warn teachers recruited from violent townships
Thanks mostly to the hysteria created by children's charities and to the
nonsensical politically-correct educational ideologies followed
by our teachers for the past three decades, there are now literally millions of
children and adults who have failed to be educated and socialised
The costs of this to our society have been, and are, truly MONUMENTAL.
taken billions upon billions of pounds - and, hence, the associated expertise,
energies and resources
that such money would bring - away from so many areas that desperately need
them; the NHS, pensioners, science and medical research, the roads, the
infrastructure, the legal system and, of course, education itself.
The cost of crime ALONE is measured in billions. The lawyers, the police, the
prisons, the social services, the probation services, the courts, the officials, the property damage,
the hospital bills.
And it doesn't stop there.
We all pay every day in terms of our reduced safety when walking down the
street as others are more violent, more intimidating and less caring toward us -
and so we travel by car - and we insist on taking the children everywhere inside
one. This clogs up the traffic, which increases the cost to business and raises
pollution levels as well as depriving those stuck in the traffic jams from actually
working those hours that are lost to it.
We pay higher insurance premiums for our cars, our houses and our property,
and we daily pay some significant extra money for all our goods to cover the costs of
shoplifting and fraud. We protect ourselves with stronger locks and bigger keys,
and we fork out for alarm systems and other security devices to make us safer.
But it doesn't stop there! What about all
the hidden crime associated with, say, being successfully 'ripped off'!? Conned -
by the builder, the car mechanic, the plumber, the decorator, the salesmen, the
doctor, the lawyer.
Such things as these don't even count in
the statistics of 'crime' and its costs.
Crime costs billions.
Further, the negative social and
psychological effects of failing to socialise and educate so many millions of
people also require billions to ameliorate them.
For example, as a result of the massively increased difficulty experienced by parents when
it comes to controlling their children, many have actually given up.
There is no question that family breakdown has been increased significantly
by the serious emotional burdens now being imposed on parents when having to deal with
their very own children - some 20% of whom, it now appears, are in real need of some
professional therapeutic intervention, or drugs, to prevent them from actually damaging themselves or
This has undoubtedly contributed to the
well-documented increase in the number of breakdowns of personal relationships
and it has given rise, therefore, to large increases in mental illness, mental
instability, psychological depression and insecurity.
But further HUGE costs are also incurred
by the nation in terms of the very education that is lost by pandering to those
groups who have disempowered both parents and teachers. Not only has the country
suffered a long-term, direct loss in terms of the potential economic resources
of so many citizens (7 million of who, in the UK alone, are now functionally
illiterate) but it is clear that even those who end up going to University are
actually arriving there with standards that are well below where they once were.
The failure to bring up our children
properly has also cost a fortune in terms of funding the educational system
For example, it is has not been possible,
for some time, for a teacher to teach effectively a class of 30 children. Why
not? In some countries there are classes of 50 or 60, with the children being
effectively educated to very high standards.
Well, of course it is impossible for
teachers to teach effectively when such a high proportion of our children are
disruptive or difficult to keep in line.
A further cost that runs into billions is
incurred by the attempts to bring back education to those who had failed at it
when they were children i.e. the costs of trying to have another go at bringing
these folk up to a reasonable standard.
So much harm has been done to the nation,
and so many potential goodies have been lost to it, simply by pandering to the
child-centred and child-abuse hysteria-mongers for so many long years (the
'self-appointed' experts, as Prince Charles referred to them) that one feels very
justified, not only in getting angry, but in targeting these troublemakers and
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