Senior police forensics expert, Gary Pugh, suggests
putting primary school children on the DNA database
if they exhibit certain behaviour that might suggest
they could become criminals when they are older.
According to the Daily
Mail, "Home Secretary Jacqui Smith signalled
that ministers are looking at the idea".
Observer says that "One teaching union warned that
it was a step towards a 'police state'."
I think they mean yet another step as part of a carefully
The Mail adds that "Labour has long accepted the idea
that children's lives go wrong very early." They passed
on the opportunity to remind us that Labour has been
ruthlessly and systematically undermining normal family
life, seeking to eradicate the
innocence of childhood and our Judeo-Christian beliefs
and laws which, of course, inevitably lead to a breakdown
of society, BUT the opportunity arises to use these
things as excuses for introducing such measures as taking
swabs of DNA from as many people as possible and infringing
our liberties in all manner of other ways.
The Observer article states that "A recent report
from the think-tank Institute for Public Policy Research
(IPPR) called for children to be targeted between the
ages of five and 12 with cognitive behavioural therapy,
parenting programmes and intensive support."
This is another result of what has happened due to
massive Government maladministration. All sorts of alleged
corrective measures are being suggested to try and clear
up the mess that the liberal PC nonsense has created
in the first place, but the result will be more state
control of those made dysfunctional by the regime's
tactics. It affords the 'authorities' more opportunities
to condition vulnerable young boys and girls with their
'support' and 'therapy' and have the state take control
as virtual surrogate parents.
The Observer reports Mr Pugh as saying, 'Fingerprints,
somehow, are far less contentious; we have children
giving their fingerprints when they are borrowing books
from a library.'
This is how it works. Once the furore about children
having to give their fingerprints settles down, then
comes the next stage, the state stealing DNA from their
young cheeks. Then onto the next stage.
The director of the civil rights group Liberty, Shami
Chakrabarti, likened the proposal to a science fiction
What happens next, if we continue to allow this anti-British,
child-hating, anti-family ethos to continue? The fiction
is becoming fact and those of us who know the truth
must act for the sake of the children, the families,
the country and the planet.