posted on Dec, 6 2005 @ 01:10 PM
I know the crimes these kids are commiting are heinous & wrong, but it has a lot to do with the US Government, & other Wolrd Nations Governments
taking away the parents right to punish their kids.
I remember getting My butt beaten by a paddle when I was a kid, if I stepped out of line (I'm 32 now). Today, there's all this "Time Out" crap. Go
sit in the corner & "wait" & remember what you did. And that's it...? That's a lot of hooey. The only thing "time out" does, is makes the child
sit there & grow up seeing no real punishment, & then prepares them for when they get older, for "Time Out" in juvenille prison or regular prison,
as they commit more & more heinous crimes like robbery, rape, & car thefts when they get older.
This all has to do with the HRS in America, & whatever parental groups in Britain, etc that step in when a child gets beaten, not just paddled. They
step in & try to tell us how to raise our kids, & that's wrong. I am not saying that a parent should get out of control & beat their children at all,
the problem is, that parents have been getting told for centuries now, to spend spend spend, & work work work, to pay it all off, leaving them no home
time, leaving them no time for relaxtion, leaving them no proper family time to bond with these children, who then start getting out of control, who
start doing wrong things, because there is no strong family feeling anymore.
The only thing putting cameras in school classrooms does, besides the small & obvious thing of stopping bullying & raping of school teachers, is make
those school kids see cameras all the time, getting them used to them, desensitzing them, getting them ready for when cameras are everywhere in the
rest of the school, the rest of the block outside of school, & the rest of the world.
I'll give you a perfect example of this, out in the real world. Across from where I work, they just installed a "Red Light Camera", & left it
unhooked for the first week, then when they hooked it up, when an "offender" runs the red light, they don't get a ticket, they get a "Please Drive
More Courtesly" warning, while they're "testing the camera" & it's potential for a permenancy. Eventually, they will decide to make it permanent,
& then people will start getting real tickets.
This is a small example of how the cameras in the classroom will work. I'm sure many more people here on ATS have some examples of their own to share
with us. Please feel free to do so.
[edit on 6-12-2005 by SpartanKingLeonidas]