Friday, September 01, 2006

Trouble Children

Behavioral scientists eager to support established society have for years claimed that «anti-social» children need to be treated for their «ailment» as early as possible to be cured of their so-called dangerous tendencies, when the child is as young as three or even two years old. The signs are clear, they say. Anti-social behavior is basically manifesting in three ways: Distrust of authorities, a dislike of rules and regulations and general disobedience. While the more freedom-inclined of us may take these as very healthy and promising signs of emerging, truly independent individuals, the people supporting the tyranny that is civilization want to eradicate such behavior from human life altogether.

Of course they would.

Tony Blair, the fabled British Prime Minister has now taken this even a bit further, taken it to its logical conclusion: «Tomorrow’s potential troublemakers» can be identified even before they are born, Teflon Tony states. He said that it was possible to spot the families whose circumstances made it likely their children would grow up to become a menace to society. He said that teenage mums and problem families could be forced to seek help to head off difficulties, and that the government had to intervene much earlier to prevent problems developing when children were older.

It’s not strange that he thinks that, not strange at all. It’s logical, yet another logical extension of everything he has been doing for a very long time.


Rigmor said...

I am curious though, exactly how would like to intervene with an unborn child? Isn't enough of other issues that need intervention?

talk about shooting first and asking afterwards.

Amos Keppler said...

His is a twisted logic, at best...
He and his cronies are clearly insane, as the current society is insane.