How long before this crap reaches our schools?

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10 years 3 months ago #31080 by RhodeRed
Our schools bear alot of similarities with those of other western cultures and indeed policies migrates between countries.

Theres already alot of PC nonsense insinuating itself into our childrens lives as part of NZ educational 'policy', ... but how long before this new kind of biazarre in-your-face totalitarian social engineering reaches our schools ?

School policies ban having a "best friend". [:0]

www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/42034...ng-best-friends.html

au.tv.yahoo.com/sunrise/video/-/watch/28...ools-best-buddy-ban/

www.nytimes.com/2010/06/17/fashion/17BFF.html?_r=1

"Nuts".

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10 years 3 months ago #418350 by pisa
agreed. Nuts.

1 hubby, 2 kids, 1 cat, 1 dog, 2 swallows and I've lost count how many offsprings with even more grandkids, 5 bunny girls, 5 bunny boys, 12 chickens (rooster, pullets, chicks and more about to hatch hopefully) and 4 goats with two of them expecting any day! (24.10.14)
But who's counting [;)]...

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10 years 3 months ago #418378 by Simkin
... prepares them for not pairing up with a mate but to have group relationships? Or what's the intention of such crap?

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10 years 3 months ago #418387 by DiDi
Did I hear on 1ZB this morning that England is looking or is banning the words Husband and Wife and was I imagining I heard also - Father and Mother? Nuts!

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10 years 3 months ago #418398 by igor
Where do you find the time to research all this stuff RR? This sort of thing is institutionalised insanity. Is it intended as a social engineering experiment in free sex with the resultant children never knowing who their own ancestors are in order to make it easier for the communists to break all of human civilisation down to their own level.

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10 years 3 months ago #418405 by Clods
I would have been very unhappy and lonely growing up if I hadn't had a best friend. I really miss her, as she is on the other side of the world.

2 horses, 15 Chickens, 1 goat, 2 pigs, 1 cat

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10 years 3 months ago #418509 by Valmai
Atlas Shrugged is becoming more and more real. shudder

Carbon-based biological unit.

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10 years 3 months ago #418551 by RhodeRed

igor;415367 wrote: Where do you find the time to research all this stuff RR? This sort of thing is institutionalised insanity.


I have politically dissident chickens, we have great conversations while I'm cleaning the coop out. :D

I don't watch television either (occassionally maybe just to see what dross Campbell and co. are putting people to sleep with), so me and the chickens have plenty of opportunity to converse. :D

I woke up about 8 years ago after getting a glimpse of how the world and our own society/country actually runs (I won't say "works" because that entirely depends on whether you are a manipulator or one of the manipulated.

The more you learn, the easier it is to see the connections and causality as a result of the social engineering and globalist/internationalists agenda. That may sound fanciful to some but I assure you its true.

In the words of Thomas Paine;
"Where knowledge is a duty, ignorance is a crime”

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10 years 3 months ago #418655 by RhodeRed

Valmai;415497 wrote: Atlas Shrugged is becoming more and more real. shudder


Meet Yuri Bezmenov and understand the process of destroying peoples and nations and where it is going.



I believe the original interview was over an hour long - will probably be on YouTube.

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10 years 3 months ago #418693 by RhodeRed

DiDi;415353 wrote: Did I hear on 1ZB this morning that England is looking or is banning the words Husband and Wife and was I imagining I heard also - Father and Mother? Nuts!


Can't confirm that myself Didi sounds crazy but who knows now days. It certainly fits in with the globalist/internationalist agenda to deconstruct our societies and rebuild them with the State as the lynchpin that everyone has primary allegance to, I dread to say it but - much like Nazi Germany.

The family is one of those close-cell units with closely bonded relationships that socialists, collectivists and social engineers hate viscerally - especially those proposing insanity of the State raising your children in isolation from you.

Other reason for screwing with the language like that is attempting to hookwink us into submitting to admiralty or merchantile law via legalese.

Ever noticed how government agencies do not refer to peoples offspring as boys and girls or sons/daughters? - it is always the "child" in much the same way as government legislation and acts refer to your car or truck as a "vehicle".

Same goes for "Parent" versus say perhaps a "Mother" or "Father". Common english versus legalese terms and definitions?

A "child" or a "vehicle" are defined legal (legalese) terms (as per the Law Society's own societal language) that gives government property title over those items.
Whats the first question a cop is going to ask you if you are pulled over? "Is this your vehicle?" They're goading you into 'admitting' that you have a 'vehicle' and therefore they have jurisdiction. If instead you insisted you have a 'private motor-carriage' the informed ones will know they are potentially "in for a hiding to nowhere", the younger more institutionally-ignorant ones will just get frustrated and stroppy.
Same goes for the likes of family courts, CYPS etc and the term "Child".

Yes thats right - I just said that the government think they OWN your sons/daughters - and your automobile, and why not, ... you signed off registration/certificates of ownership to "The Crown" for a "child" and a "vehicle" both at some point did you not?

If they goad you into this Child/Vehicle legalese farce they believe they have tricked you into relinquishing title to them.

Commonwealth countries all enjoy very similar law originating in English law.

Ok I'm done, - queue the cries of "tinfoil hat wearer" :D

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10 years 3 months ago #418746 by Pixc
School policies ban having a "best friend"= crazy,crazy,crazy.

Many psychologists believe that close childhood friendships not only increase a child’s self-esteem and confidence, but also help children develop the skills for healthy adult relationships — everything from empathy, the ability to listen and console, to the process of arguing and making up. If children’s friendships are choreographed and sanitized by adults, the argument goes, how is a child to prepare emotionally for both the affection and rejection likely to come later in life?
www.nytimes.com/2010/06/17/fa...7BFF.html?_r=1 second page
Im not a psychologist and but I tend to agree with Michael Thompson

RhodeRed;415701 wrote:
Ever noticed how government agencies do not refer to peoples offspring as boys and girls or sons/daughters?

Maybe they don't want to offend the child and get the wrong gender? Occasionally it might not be obvious. I would imagine lawyers could have a nice loop hole to get offenders off charges if the wrong gender was entered into a complaint. Same goes for Mother/Father

RhodeRed;415701 wrote: Whats the first question a cop is going to ask you if you are pulled over? "Is this your vehicle?"

The question really would be why would you be pulled over? If you were speeding/drunk/wreck-less, good job! If it was a random check, whats the problem? Nice to see our police working to keep our roads safe. I see the words Child, Parent and Vehicle as good generic terms that really cannot be argued in court nor offend anyone. But I guess that just my opinion [;)]

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10 years 3 months ago #418765 by rob
just when you think.... I have seen it all, they come up with more utter garbage.
roll on the next goof balls suggestion

Rob

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10 years 3 months ago #418858 by igor
Pixc, there is no such thing as a random check. I was stopped once in my Falcon. From behind all the cop could see was a long-haired driver in an old car. When I stepped out in my good suit and tie his whole attitude changed and he started calling me sir like he meant it.

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10 years 3 months ago #418942 by RhodeRed

Pixc;415762 wrote:
The question really would be why would you be pulled over? If you were speeding/drunk/wreck-less, good job! If it was a random check, whats the problem? Nice to see our police working to keep our roads safe.


Hmmmmm, Pixc, if its a "random check" theres a huge problem.

You are suppose to be able to travel unhindered and unfettered on the nations highways.

If you have not breached the peace and the police officer has no reasonable grounds for suspicion that a breach of the peace is being made, ... then "random check" = "fishing expedition" (for revenue generation) and amounts to unlawfully detaining you.

If you let the police of any country start making up the law and acting outside of their mandate then you are on a slippery slope to a bad place.

"Doug" on these boards is a ex-police officer, maybe he could comment further on the legitamacy of "random checks" if he felt comfortable doing so.

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10 years 3 months ago #418996 by Pixc
Well the way I see it, (my uneducated opinion of course) 'revenue collecting' as some call it, might be a way to make sure they are seen to doing something. That is after all their main role policing the road. And the best way to to stop revenue collecting by traffic officers, is to keep to the road rules and dont speed. Not rocket science really.

As for random checking, their are a million scenarios as to why someone is stopped randomly. Maybe the vehicle fits the description of a get-away car, stolen car. Maybe they are checking wof/rego. Someone could have seen a similar driving recklessly etc. I love it when the do a stint on checking to make sure kids are properly buckled in. The amount of people that have kids unsecured in cars is frightening.

Face it, until everyone follows the road rules, keeps their car up to wof standard, paid their rego, and no criminals use the road, random stopping and revenue collecting would stop. Dont blame the police, blame that tiny section of our community that are speedsters, piss heads, thiefs etc.

As you can see Im pro-police. Most of them have a shit job, not much they do is nice. IMHO they are under paid and over worked, but that is their choice. Until the assholes of this country pull their heads in, we will always need them.
This is way off topic sorry but my last post on the subject in this thread :)

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