Thursday, October 19, 2017

Marxist Scottish Government to Outlaw Parents' Rights to Discipline their Children

It has been announced today that the Marxist government of Scotland is to back a private member's bill which outlaws the physical correction of children. It is rare for private members' bills to become law but sometimes governments may give such bills an easy ride through the parliamentary process if it lacks the balls to directly introduce legislation themselves. There has been some debate as to whether this move could cause similar legislation to be introduced in other parts of the United Kingdom. In my opinion I do not think that it is likely, not with a Conservative administration but one can never really tell. Scotland is certainly the most Marxist part of the United Kingdom so it should not be inferred that the British, Welsh and Northern Irish administrations would necessarily follow their lead. What it will do however is put the issue into the public arena in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and the Marxist social engineers will attempt to apply pressure for similar laws to be introduced in the rest of the United Kingdom.

The Marxist social scientists (who are unable to obtain real jobs) will argue that smacking 'damages' children which is absolute nonsense. Most people of my age and older will recall occasions when we were caned at school and given the odd clip around the ear and I do not know of any case where mild correction lovingly administered has ever caused any 'damage', physical or psychological. They will no doubt also assert that children should have the same rights as adults. This is of course patent nonsense to anyone with an ounce of intelligence. We do not and never have as a society accorded the same rights and privileges to children as we do to adults and there is solid thinking behind this. A child that is left to itself and never disciplined will become feral and out of control. Anecdotal evidence seems to suggest that children, especially boys who do not have a father living in their home are likely to get out of control as in Aryan societies discipline is the role of the father rather than the mother although of course mothers can and do discipline their children when the need arises. Most of my readers of a certain age will recall the childhood warnings of their mothers: "wait til your father gets home!" This would be enough to enforce improved behaviour in the naughty child because the child traditionally views the father as the disciplinarian and rightly so in a traditional society. In my case that warning was enough and although nothing ever happened when my father arrived home from work the warning always worked!

Marxist social scientists (it is a Marxist discipline) have for decades gradually eroded the family unit and they have done this by undermining the role of the man of the house who should ultimately be the master of his hearth. That does not imply abuse or cruelty but the father's domestic role should be that of a leader. However this traditional and Aryan concept does not meet with the approval of the belligerent feminist harridans who seem to dominate the media and public life and have done everything in their power to emasculate men, most especially Aryan men as there is very little outcry from these ogresses when Asian and African men systematically sexually abuse young Aryan girls and women for to point out these racially motivated attacks would be regarded as 'racist', another Marxist invention. Where was the feminist outcry in Rotherham or Köln? The silence of the feminist harpies was deafening!

I find it ironic that politicians have no problem with police officers using their truncheons or tasers on people who resist arrest and yet it is not deemed acceptable for a parent to smack a naughty child's arse! So it would appear that STATE SANCTIONED VIOLENCE IS OK but a parent cannot discipline their own child! What this therefore amounts to is yet more state control over the individual. Big Brother truly has established itself in every aspect of our lives today and the masses by and large allow it to happen so long as they are given their 'bread and circuses'. If such a law were ever to be introduced in England then the state would be the owner of the child and not the parent-a truly hideous prospect.

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