What Does UNESCO Teach the Children?... They Can't Hold A Knife and Fork But Will Be Taught the Joys of Masturbation!

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sun, 09/13/2009 - 1:14pm.

And still we will not admit that we have made a terrible mistake. This week we learned that growing numbers of children arrive at school unable to hold a knife and fork. ~ Peter Hitchens

I wonder what else they cannot do. I suspect that, if anyone measured it, we would also find that a lot of them can't listen or speak as they should be able to because they have spent so much time in front of glowing screens that mesmerise them, but don't respond to them or care about them.

If we looked further, we would discover that many of them have no manners to speak of, do not understand different tones of voice, have trouble obeying instructions or settling to any serious task.

Food for thought... Growing numbers of children start school without knowing how to hold cutlery!

As they grow older, large numbers of these children, especially the boys, will be drugged with powerful stimulants because it is claimed they are suffering from syndromes or disorders - fancy words for subjective and unproven diagnoses, used by doctors and others who ought to know better.   

Later still they will form a solid, unteachable, disorderly mass at the back of scores of secondary-school classrooms, texting (if they can read enough) during lessons, or simply ignoring or insulting their teachers, uninterested in learning and unable to do so, and preventing others from learning, too.

Then, released on to the streets, they will frighten us all with their blank, pitiless faces and their inability to understand things we take for granted. Consideration for others? What's that? Restraint? Never heard of it. Manners? What are they? Patience? Who needs it? All classes are affected.

But we were not born with these blessings. We learned them in thousands of tiny steps, from parents who were present in our lives from our earliest moments, not for a brief few months before everyone had to go back to the grindstone.

Our schools are terrible, and have been for years - so terrible that even the authorities are beginning to admit it.

But the teachers are right when they say that the real problem is in the home. And the problem of the home is actually the problem of an unhinged society that decided to try to change human nature.

Women, it said, had to work outside the home to be fulfilled. Raising children was something that would just get done in the intervals between work and sleep.

This idea came from a wild, Leftist coven whose members long ago grew up and got rich. But it just happened to suit a lot of businesses which find women cheaper and more reliable than men, and so it took off. And it has done limitless damage.

And it is time that it was reversed. And nobody will do anything. But comfort yourselves. Children may not know how to handle cutlery, but if UNESCO has its way they will soon be instructed, from the age of five, in the joys of masturbation.

Thus do we make progress. That's why I'm against it.

Peter Hitchens - September 13, 2009 - source DailyMailUK

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sun, 09/13/2009 - 1:14pm.