I have been on ATS for a while now, and from it, I have been given a unique view of the world, that others wouldn't get without doing the research
and reading that is required to give yourself that second approach on life.
At home my wife and I sit down at night and we watch the TV, not just any old crap, but we do like to watch Channel 4, BBC & ITV docs on murderers,
real life, social problems, and anything that we find interesting away from X Factor and all that.
And this is where it gets interesting for me personally, because although I am aware of the dark side of living on Earth under the TPTB, my wife
isn't really, as she prefers to spend time with her cats, and in honesty she doesn't want to know what really goes on, and the reason why I say
it’s interesting, is because when we watch these programmes, she reacts to them, and I can observe her opinions change on different subject
For instance, last night, we watched a doc on a poor family man that got beat to death by some teenagers outside his house, after he approached them
for doing something to his car.
Garry Newlove kicked to
My wife went into extreme over drive, she said we should bring back the death penalty, we should send kids to boot camp, we should impose a curfew at
night, the parents should be jailed, and so on and on. From a peaceful person, she suddenly turned into a government policy makers dream.
Then I'm not sure if it was earlier or later, but we then watched a programme that showed the increasing amount of children who are disabled and
mentally ill for life, after being conceived in marriages of cousins, and this occurs mostly now in Muslim families in the UK.
After watching it, my opinion was that, it wasn't the fact that cousins had children, but that when two people got together with this gene problem,
then the children have a 25% chance of being born disabled, so it was that 2 people got together who had this gene problem, that created the problem,
not the fact that cousins got married, if you know what I mean.
Anyway, the programme, started of scientifically, then it went into over drive that Muslims are taking up all the beds in children’s hospitals with
these problems, the amount of money it costs and on and on. So my wife started again, "They shouldn't even be in this country", "They come over
year and take all the hospital beds", "They come over here, bla, bla, bla", and again she went into extreme fanatical mode, and in a way, it was
quite frightening, because my wife is intelligent, articulate, and aware of her surroundings, but the effect these programmes have on people, amazed
In a way, both programmes, where directing everyday people, into Christian fundamentalism, and a form of eugenics, in that the cost of the effects
people have on services will become big issues, and so healthy, non-smoking, non-obese, no gene problem people will have low insurance premiums, and
if you chose to marry someone who falls into one of these issues, they insurance premiums will be higher, and will not be offered the NHS services of
The child delinquency issue will end up in nigh-time curfew, children will be demonised, and excluded from society, and a whole new lower class
society will be generated where health services will be tough to get, and punishment and life will be tough also.
Don’t get me wrong though, the Garry Newlove incident is terrible, but I do feel they use these occurrences to make people make think of extreme
punishment and ideas of how to deal with the issue.
I think also that although the issues on ATS can be a little wayward at times, the actual fact that I have read it, and also had the other side of the
story from mainstream media, allows me to make an informed decision of my choice, and I can get both sides of the story from sitting with my wife at
home, watching the TV.