Quote: Originally Posted by Sal
kids get it, they don't need to be belted they need to be humanized.
They obviously don't get it, do they? That's why many of them are troublesome little tykes nowadays, and continue to be troublesome little tykes because they know that in these days of liberal left-wing do-gooders like you telling us that we shouldn't discipline children but we should instead "humanise" and "empathise" with them, or some other claptrap which doesn't work, the children just carry on causing trouble because they know nothing will happen to them.
It wasn't like this in the old days. In the old days, in Britain at least, cops used to give children a smack around the ear if they got caught misbehaving in the street, and then they marched them home to their parents where their father would them bend them over his knee and whack them hard across the buttocks with his slipper. They also daren't mess in school, because they were soon frogmarched to the headmaster's office and given several painful whacks across their bare buttocks with a cane ensuring they weren't able to sit down for the next week. In both instances the children thought twice about being troublesome again.
Now, as a result of Western countries being run by soppy liberal do-gooders since the Sixties, any teacher or parents who whacks their grotty little tyke immediately ends up in court, whilst the kid gets away with it, and the kids carry on being disobedient to authority - to their parents, their teachers and the police - because they know they'll get away with it.
And you look at a lot of our kids nowadays and you see what tramps they are. In British schools kids wear uniform. In the old days they always looked smart because teachers made sure they looked smart. Now you see schoolkids with their ties not fastened properly and their shirts hanging out. Schoolgirls now look like tarts. They go into school plastered with makeup, mascara and lipstick and wearing school skirts up to their nostrils. A new documentary series showing life in a Yorkshire school shows this. The schoolgirls in there look like prostitutes, and one girl didn't concentrate in class because she kept complaining that her mascara was running. It defeats the whole idea of wearing school uniform. When I was at school nobody was allowed to wear makeup.
Getting rid of corporal punishment in our schools in 1987 was a big mistake. It's time to bring it back and start instilling some discipline into kids again, because our ruling liberals are ensuring that they aren't disciplined and that's why kids are so unruly nowadays.
Last edited by Blackleaf; Aug 17th, 2013 at 04:11 AM..