Monday, January 19, 2004

The Penny Drops

I wasn't going to blog today, but this article sums up perfectly what I've always felt about the NSPCC and their sinister fellow travelers in the supposed child protection industry.

AN NSPCC advertising campaign is poisoning relationships between parents and their children and undermining family life, academics have said.....

....Vanessa Pupavac, lecturer in politics at Nottingham University, said that she was concerned about the NSPCC's approach to children's rights. It does not empower children. It empowers professionals against parents and guardians to speak on their behalf, she added.

Exactly, for these people the 'needs of the children' are merely a flag of convience under which they can push forward with their agenda of underming families in favour of a vast, obtruse bureaucracy that will help turn out indoctrinated drones ready to play their part in socialism's brave new world.

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