A follow-up to what’s been going on at this conference:
Lord Monckton: UN Teaches Children They Need to Die!!
Hi Tap, as a father yourself of a young child (my daughter will be the ripe old age of 1 year young in a matter of days), you must be (at least) apprehensive about sending your son to ‘school’ in a few years time (I know I am)… or shall we call it ‘Government Indoctrination Camp’.
My mother has been a dinner-lady for over 40 years. My sister has been a teacher for nigh on 16 years. I have other members of the family who are linked to the ‘education’ system too.
Point is, the globalists are doing their utmost to get them while they are young… naive, gullible, easy to convince, etc.
Unfortunately this is the Daily Fail, however sensationalised it is, it is not far off the mark of what today’s kids are like:
DAILY MAIL –
They wear nappies, drink cola and don’t know how to open a book. One teacher’s terrifying insight into 5-year-olds failed by their parents More than 40% of children fail to meet key development indicators such as being able to dress and undress independently They also show inability to maintain concentration or understand the difference between right and wrong
By ALEX EVANS
England is failing its young children ‘on a grand scale’ when it comes to achieving basic levels of social and emotional development, experts have warned. Sir Michael Marmot, director of the University College London Institute of Health Equity, said social inequality is leaving two in every five children unable to perform simple life skills by the age of five.
He said markers of early child development were closely linked with deprivation – with the UK ranking ‘badly’ compared with other nations. These indicators include being able to dress and undress independently.
They also measure children’s ability to maintain concentration, the level of interest shown in classroom activities. Other areas children might be scored on include understanding the difference between right and wrong, ability to use language, recognising familiar words and developing an interest in books.
Here, one teacher – the Mail knows her identity but has given her a nom de plume – describes a day in the life of an affluent primary school. What she says will shock you…
Glancing at the clock, I realise it’s time for me to change Lily’s nappy. Past experience tells me she will make a fuss, so I doubt it will be a smooth operation. Of course, most babies dislike having their nappies changed, but that’s the problem: Lily isn’t a baby, she is five years old.
What’s more, I’m not her mother, I am her primary school teacher. And Lily isn’t the only child in my class who still wears nappies It’s not as if I am a teacher in a sink school, either. I work in an affluent town in the South of England, yet every day at my school we are dealing with the fallout of what can, at best, be described as parental irresponsibility, at worst, downright negligence.
I teach children aged four and five, and, of course, accidents do happen when it comes to young children using the loo. But almost every day I have to clear up after a child who has soiled themselves.
Problems: A schoolboy tries to solve a problem. A teacher’s report reveals children aged five are not potty trained – and are left with rotten teeth (posed by models)
These children don’t have a medical condition. What they have are parents who think children will learn to use the lavatory by themselves, or that it is a school’s responsibility to teach them.
So the news last week that most teachers have witnessed an increase in the number of children soiling themselves came as no surprise to me. A survey carried out by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, along with the charity Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence, also found that teachers believe primary schoolchildren are less independent than they were a decade ago. That, too, strikes a chord with me. TAP. The effect of multiple vaccinations is to kill the nervous system of many kids with mercury and aluminum. By five years many kids have had up to fifty jabs. More the enough to knock out their ability to cope with dressing, poking etc. It could well be the NHS and the drugs companies who are responsible for these tragedies, and not the parents.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2101292/They-wear-nappies-drink-cola–dont-know-open-book-One-teachers-terrifying-insight-5-year-olds-failed-parents.html#ixzz1ydtCWbyl