Members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers
warned yesterday of the impact that breakdown in normal
family life is having on children's education.
A Mr Whalley called for "openness and honesty on this
critical issue" and said: "If we are not careful we
could reach that crossover point when no matter how
much we invest in education, and no matter how hard
schools and teachers try, they will not be able to overcome
the negative impact of broken and dysfunctional families."
His call follows a report claiming that three out
of four ordinary families are better off living apart
under Labour's benefits and tax credits system.
Hypocrites every one?
Most teachers seemed to be happy to go along with the
liberal left's agenda for decades, but now the numbers
of dysfunction children from this destructive system
are proving too much for some of them to cope with.
As for the Government, they have, I believe, deliberately
brought this situation about with the encouragement
of their elitist 'advisors'. There is a power struggle
going on between the world's elite and the normal citizens.
For the elite to gain more control (massive wealth is
not enough for them), they want everyone else to be
left with next to nothing, including basic freedoms.
This is being done in various ways, one of which is
to destroy centres of influence and instruction that
do not come from the 'authorities'. Religions, community
spirit and families are hated by the elite for this
The traditional family unit normally had the strength
and stability for children to grow up decent people
with minds of their own. Their willingness to learn
and work; to achieve their goals and raise decent families
of their own benefitted them, the country and in fact,
That is how it used to work, but that is not helpful
to those intent on destroying the fabric of society
to realise their own unbelievably selfish goals of total
control through attempting to obliterate every decent
aspect of human living, to dumb down and enslave; basically
to neuter everyone; literally to seek to own our souls.
Of course, many people are now waking up to the fact
that Britain has more cameras spying on us than any
other and not for the alleged purpose of reducing crime
and deterring terrorism, but to watch us, the ordinary
If they really did care about crime, there would be
more realistic sentencing and the country would not
have an open door policy of allowing thousands of known
criminals from Eastern Europe and elsewhere into the
country to run prostitution and drug operations and
It is easy to see, time after time, that the rhetoric
is totally at odds with the reality.
Schools as Brainwashing centres
It does not take long to condition the masses via an
'education' system. As Lenin said, "Give me four
years to teach the children and the seed I have sown
will never be uprooted." This fits in nicely with
another of his famous quotes, "A lie told often
enough becomes truth".
Teach them that a same-sex relationship is equal to
marriage and family and they will believe it without
the backup of a family with a normal moral outlook and
the concern about what is best for their children and
Teach children about the Theory of Evolution being
the truth and they will believe there is no God, unless
they have a strong personal conviction and/or are part
of a really secure family.
It is reassuring that the evidence for Creation (or
as many scientists would cop out and say 'Intelligent
Design') is becoming increasingly clear that it is only
a matter of time before Darwinism goes the way of the
Flat Earth theory.
I can hear some people sniggering at this point, but
to quote Lenin again, "A lie told often enough
No dictatorship can tolerate a strong church as is
evident not just from history but all over the world
right now. For example in China and Eritrea, people
can belong to one of the churches that is allowed by
the state to exist, but more evangelical type Christians
are seen as a threat to the regime so attempts are made
to neutralise their peaceful activities with threats
of imprisonment and beatings. Brutality has been meted
out to these Christians even for holding prayer meetings
in private homes.
This has not happened in Britain; our masters have
a more subtle method of trying to wipe out Christianity.
In schools it is being replaced by a new religion. A
'humanist' writer wishes to give the education establishments
"... teachers must embody the same selfless dedication
as the most rabid fundamentalist preachers, for they
will be ministers of another sort, utilizing a classroom
instead of a pulpit to convey humanist values in whatever
subject they teach, regardless of the educational level
- preschool day care or large state university."
You can read more here.
This is one reason why the Government is so keen to
get mothers out to work: to have their toddlers sent
off to be indoctrinated. Of course it may also weaken
the bonds between some children and their parents, grandparents
and so on as day-to-day contact is reduced thus having
the additional 'benefit' of weakening whole family and
community structures for the state to step in with social
workers and the police with the inevitable rise in crime.
A leading anti-creationist philosopher admits
that evolution is a religion and "an explicit
substitute for Christianity".
The Government has promoted this new religion, in fact,
most of us have and look at what it has done to our
country. It has changed from one of faith, hope and
love, to one of those same words suffixed with 'less'.
Most parents probably believe there is little or no
religion in schools, but in fact the youngsters are
been exposed incessantly to this new religion at school
and through the various media.
It is a subject which demands a closer investigation
in a future article or go and study the mass of scientific
evidence for yourself and the trickery that evolutionists
use to try and make all their data fit together, totally
ignoring the 'evidence' that conflicts with their contrivances.
Damning Conclusions from the ATL Conference
Secondary school teacher Phil Whalley told the Association
of Teachers and Lecturers' annual conference in Torquay
that 40 to 50 per cent of youngsters born in Britain
this year face a greater risk of failing at school because
they will be born to unmarried couples or single parents.
Mr Whalley, a teacher at Hardenhuish School in Wiltshire,
said: "We all know from professional experience the
extent to which chaotic home lives and family breakdowns
are damaging the educational prospects of children in
"We know that no matter how brilliant the lesson, or
how much has been spent on rebuilding the school, if
a child comes in angry and in emotional turmoil because
of their family life they will not learn."
"Family stability, or the lack of it, is an important
determinant of a child's education outcomes. This means
that we have a significant problem in Britain because
we already have worrying levels of social dysfunction
and family breakdown and the situation is getting worse."
He added: "The great sadness is that the consequences
of an unstable family background are felt long into
"Those who under-achieve in their education are more
likely to go on and live dysfunctional lives and be
unable to support a stable family life for their own
children. "In short, as a society we are in danger of
creating an expanding, perpetuating and toxic circle."
Mr Whalley said evidence from 16 countries in Europe
and America showed that even cohabiting couples contributed
to the problem. They are twice as likely to separate
as married couples, he said.
He went on: "Further research shows that even if re-marriage
occurs or parents find new partners the damage continues."
"The educational outcomes for all the children in so-called
blended families are worse than the achievements of
children brought up in traditional nuclear families."
Lesley Ward, the ATL's junior vice-president who has
taught for 32 years at Intake Primary School, Doncaster,
described the impact of family breakdown.
"Every year we have to check out the surnames we are
going to call pupils," she said.
"We have some girls who have got babies by six, seven,
eight different chaps. "They don't think they are dysfunctional
at all, but look at them from an educational point of
view and some of them are very dysfunctional. "Some
manage really well but there's a large minority who
are struggling just to survive and that leads to a culture
of 'If my mum can't buy it, I will nick it'.
"It's exacerbated by the inflow of economic migrants.
They perceive them, falsely or not, as taking the jobs
they could have."
An ATL survey released at the same time showed that
a lack of support at home is the main reason for pupils
failing to do homework.
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