Originally posted by LordGoofus
So just to get this straight.. the same country that has the most security cameras per capita in the world, that has schools banning hugs, or holding hands, and has special schools that deliberately label child as an "it" instead of "male" or "female", is also now trying to "educate" the upcoming generation to never form a close bond with someone else. I genuinely feel disturbed by what the next 1-2 generations are going to become, it really does have strong echoes of 1984...
Originally posted by Golf66
This is yet another classic example of the State indoctrinating the children.
They want their future herds to lack the support of a close friend so they feel more isolated and can then turn to the government with all their problems.
Then the government can "solve" those problems creating a generation more accustomed to it.
Further - they want the herd to not have close associations with each other so that they will more likely spy and report on each other.
This is indoctrination - plain and simple.
Originally posted by omegazap
Oh I see, it's in the UK!!! that explains it, the wankers are all brainwashed constantly, lulled into a false sense of security by an over controlling corrupt dictatorship. They will continue to do what they please, tell you how to take a shi# if they can.
Obey. That's all they want from you , part of their plantation state. This would be okay if they were sane.
Originally posted by loam
Schools ban children making best friends
TEACHERS are banning schoolkids from having best pals — so they don't get upset by fall-outs.
Instead, the primary pupils are being encouraged to play in large groups.
Educational psychologist Gaynor Sbuttoni said the policy has been used at schools in Kingston, South West London, and Surrey.
She added: "I have noticed that teachers tell children they shouldn't have a best friend and that everyone should play together.
"They are doing it because they want to save the child the pain of splitting up from their best friend. But it is natural for some children to want a best friend. If they break up, they have to feel the pain because they're learning to deal with it."
Russell Hobby, of the National Association of Head Teachers, confirmed some schools were adopting best-friend bans.
Just when you think you've heard it all, someone proves otherwise.
This world is filled with nutcases.
edit on 23-3-2012 by loam because: (no reason given)