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Schools bar parents from sports day... to keep out paedophiles

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posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 02:07 PM
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Isn't that the typical bureaucrat though? First thing they try to do in what they perceive as a crisis is take every-bodies rights away so they can rule by caveat! They have NO honor nor do they have any intestinal fortitude!
Zindo




posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 02:24 PM
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The UK is becoming one crazy place!

First the government want to protect home schooled children from their parents by interviewing the child to 'find out' if they are being abused!

Then this school paints all parents as possible pedophiles by not allowing them to sports day!

Other schools do not allow any parents to set foot into the classroom......just incase!

Babies and young children are being taken from their parents and adopted out to meet government 'targets'.

Have they gone totally insane?

I sense this is going to get even worse for some bizarre agenda is underway.



posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 02:36 PM
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Originally posted by plejarenlyran
wow this is ridiculous

what next

no parenting because of peadophilia?


Yes, that is the eventual goal. The idea that people be raised by the system, out of a family context for the good of the state. Unless you're part of the elite of course, then you're raised in family because the state is for the good of you.

Those doubting this is the NWO need to study up a bit more on what the NWO actually is. It's elitist parasites trying to turn the world into a slave filled plantation planet where they control all the technology and physical objects, and where people are just cast slaves, being sucked into the system by debt, both private (banking loans to citizens creating direct debt) and public (banking loans to nations creating taxation). This decision, the banning of parents from a school sporting event was probably something like a masonic headmaster taking orders from the "brotherhood" for reasons he dosen't fully understand, but which tie in directly to this NWO control paradigm. It's just intended to get people used to the idea and over time these sort of measures will become more common untill people accept them and then they'll just push it further to see what they can get away with, with the ultimate goal the complete cut of the parent-child bond.

Once someone accepts the NWO conspiracy theory as a social paradigm everything starts to make more sense. These sort of measures will become more common, as these psychopathic control loons push the rest of us closer to our witts end and a revolution of some sort relieves the pressure. It's been a historical constant, why should modern times differ?

The dark irony of this situation is that if people fall for this to prevent peadophilia the end result will be institutionalization of children and it is under these situations that peadophilia is most common, as the pedos gravitate to organizations where the children are held. The safest place for a child to be is with loving parents, and I would hazzard a guess that the statistics for peadophilia in a family context are exagerated and the statistics for institutional cases of peadophilia are probably lower than the real numbers. I would also hazzard a guess that peadophilia has a higher incidence the higher you climb on the socioeconomic ladder (although I'm not saying rich folks are pedos, just that there is a higher, but still very small, proportion of them up there).

Be wary of your children folks, the NWO psychos covet them.



posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 02:53 PM
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Good points, Mindmelding!

Teachers in the UK have been threatened with not only regular OFSTED inspections but also regular 5 year inspections to see if they are 'suitable'. With teachers being under such regular scrutiny and fearing for their lively hood on a regular basis they will simply give in to whatever pressure is put them on them from 'on high' for fear of losing their own job.

Parents will become 'the threat' and little Johnny and Jane simply the possessions of the State to do with as they want.



posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 06:55 PM
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270 sets of parents were instantly relieved that they didn't have to come up with their own excuses not to come to their children's games! You can only watch clumsy kids run into each other and perform countless other sports bloopers so much!

Something tells me that the conspiracy here is that the parents and educators got together and concocted this "pedophile scare" to spare themselves the boredom that comes with watching these spectacles!



posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 08:47 PM
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The most important phrase the article quotes is "risk assessment". There is only 1 purpose of a formal risk assessment & that is compliance with insurance, otherwise they'd say 'we thought about it', or some other informal language.
If a thorough & documented risk assessment was not done & any deficiencies of supervision or potential dangers not taken into account, then the host school's insurance would not cover any injury to staff or children. Further, any additional security to cover assessed risks, such as paedos, would need their own insurance & thus not be cheap. Nor could a school hire security without such insurance, unless they could afford to cover it themselves. Policing of private events isn't free either, & again, much of the cost goes to insurance.
It's very likely that the schools involved simply couldn't afford the amount of cover they would need to have the parents present or, alternatively, the amount of security that would have brought their insurance premium within affordability (or do you really think that teachers set out to exclude the parents, when to do so would only add to their workload?).
(NB: I have been involved with staging public events & my partner is a teacher)
Yes, it's insane. How have we got to a point where parents can't be with their kids on school property? Since when did we allow insurers to dictate what can & can't happen?
I believe it began in the late 80s. What we need is a review of the purpose of insurance, its cost, the fact it's pretty much a racket & just what can be sued for & what should be considered our own stupidity.



posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 09:36 PM
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Ok this is getting ridiculous now. Convicted pedophiles wouldn't even be allowed near a school in the first place. So are they saying that because they can read peoples minds they are going to ban everyone??!!

Who's going to keep an eye on what the school teachers might be up to if no one is ever allowed to see what happens in schools apart from the children. When i was at school the only time the sports teachers wouldn't beat on the kids was when the parents were watching.lol



posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 09:46 PM
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More than 270 pupils from four primary schools took part in the event - but there were no spectators because the organisers said they could not prevent 'unsavoury' characters from sneaking onto school grounds for it.


It's things like this which are going to make us want to be RFID chipped. And then because it's our own idea, we wont hate it.



posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 09:53 PM
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Parents have been banned from attending their children's sports day in an extraordinary measure to protect pupils from child abductors and paedophiles.


Okay, this is both completely ridiculous and completely wrong. How can you ban a child's own parent from coming to their sports day?

There has got to be some alternative, I mean this can't be their only choice. This is by far the most ridiculous decision I have read yet.



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 03:32 AM
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Sounds like there was a legitimate threat of an abduction at one of the events, not the first time a kid would be taken. Hate to say this but pedophilia is BIG where I live, if you pull up the list of registered offenders in my old county there are areas that are solidly packed on the map. I don;t even want to see the map for where I am now, they bust people pretty much daily here.

My guess? Parents are too unruly which is bad for insurance (and publicity), remember, England has some of the world's worst soccer fan club violence so this is not out of character. I attend a lot of youth sporting events and have seen plenty of fights break out, one coach actually threatened to send his own team's entire fan section home.



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 05:38 AM
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OMG which decade do you live in? Branding all parents in England as Unruly is misleading to say the least.. And also alot of the violence during the 80s @ football matchs have improved. I really think you should think before brandishing evry single parent in England with the same brush.



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 06:01 AM
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Ok, let's calm down and look at this in some perspective. This is but one school, although I acknowledge it isn't the first such example of OTT PC ness.

I attended my 5 year old daughters sports day yesterday, after all it got me a day off work! There were no restrictions put in place whatsoever and parents were asked to come to help with the organisation running of the event. Everyone was freely taking pictures, milling about and doing what parents should do on these fun occasions.

One of these "helpers" (some great big fat mother of some little oik) did try to tell me I wasn't standing in the correct place when I went to hug my little one after she ran her race, but I politely yet firmly told her it was a public field and I could stand where I bloody well pleased. She got the message and didn't bother me after that.

My fiancee's little boy had a sports day recently as well were they too asked for parents to volunteer to help them herd the kids down the road to the Secondary school play field were they were holding the event. Again, no restrictions at all, people could attend and take pictures as they pleased.

It would be interesting to find out who is in control of the local council, as they are responsible for local education policy and H&S nonsense. It is left to the schools descretion, but councils set the guidelines.

Thgis quote from the organisers got me riled though:


comment made by Paul Blunt of the East Bedfordshire School Sports Partnership
If we let parents into the school they would have been free to roam the grounds. All unsupervised adults must be kept away from children


So ALL unsupervised adults are a danger? So who exactly is supervising the parents when at home or elsewhere? Surely they are "unsupervised adults". This guy sounds like a complete turd.

When I was little, they had adverts on TV and people coming round schools with the "Say NO to Strangers" campaign. Seemed to work back then, but as with the Green cross code it was disposed of and now we have rising fears of child abduction and an increase in kids getting killed on the roads! Correlation? Maybe...

Bring back sensible policies!



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 10:22 AM
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I stand by my point, it sounds remarkably like this school had some threat made against a student or students.



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 10:22 AM
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I stand by my point, it sounds remarkably like this school had some threat made against a student or students.



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by plejarenlyran
wow this is ridiculous

what next

no parenting because of peadophilia?


Hmm, maybe in the future the governments of the world will unite and rule that all children will be housed and raised by the governments.

Along with a measure of eugenics and socialist controls this plan could bring into reality the super race, and usher in the dawn of the "perfect society"



Seriously, with all the freaks out there a little paranoia where children are concerned is not a bad thing.



posted on Jul, 5 2009 @ 02:50 AM
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Originally posted by secretagent woooman
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I stand by my point, it sounds remarkably like this school had some threat made against a student or students.


Thats what i have thought. But to take these measures just heightens the schools inability to police its own grounds. Lets be honest if you were in a position to maintain security during an event, the last thing you would do is ban parents from watching the event.

I only wonder if they were advised on a professional level or was this just something a group brain cell's to limited exposure in such situations thought this would be the ideal course of action.

edit: As noted above, i am sure the parents would be far more AWAKE in maintaining no weird behavior since it is THEIR CHILDREN.

[edit on 5-7-2009 by tristar]



posted on Jul, 5 2009 @ 03:19 AM
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So.. if the parents are pedophiles, then banning them from watching their kids play sports will prevent molestation at home?


I love that logic.



posted on Jul, 5 2009 @ 03:31 AM
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Lets not forget what happened several days/week(s) ago...

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Grrrr, even after three day's this thread still gets me angry.




[edit on 5-7-2009 by tristar]



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