How much propaganda are your children getting?
Many people still don’t believe me that propagandists have been involved in shaping society for decades.
It’s the reason why many previously taboo subjects are now mainstream and even taught to schoolchildren as being normal or their ‘right’.
The Times Online reports there is a new children’s laureate, Anthony Browne, and he is stressing the importance of picture books for older children and even adults.
(The previous laureate, Michael Rosen, had strong views on the lack of creativity in education.)
The new laureate is a big fan of Ed Vere’s Mr Big, which the Times reports is “soon to be given away in schools by the Booktrust, and aimed at 5-7 year olds.”
The Puffin website says that the author of Mr Big “sensitively and humorously tackles the universal and current subject of inclusion.”
If they were giving it away you just knew there had to be a ‘message’ involved.
The Times School Gate blog has a recent article entitled, “Reading environmental propaganda to kids.”
This is what the blog writer wrote about “Topsy and Tim Go Green”:
“I usually enjoy reading books to my son, but I found this one hard work. To me it was pure children’s propaganda, and while I’m all for recycling and doing our bit, I’m not convinced that children (and their parents) should be so blatantly preached at through the books they read.”
It pales into insignificance when you consider books like “Daddy’s Roommate,” the heart warming tale of a young boy whose mummy and daddy get divorced so that Frank can shack up with his boyfriend, Frank.
There is even a drawing of daddy and Frank in bed together.
This book was recommended reading on the ‘Healthy Schools’ website so clearly a healthy pupil is a heavily brainwashed one to the ‘authorities’.
I have just discovered that there is now an “award for diversity in children’s books,” devised by Seven Stories, who have a museum “dedicated to the art of British children’s books.”
Guess who one of the distinguished panel of judges is?
Our old friend Trevor Phillips.
One of the most disgusting abuses of childhood in our supposed education system occurred last week in Kent. As part of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, children as young as four were made to listen to an Elton John record and told he was homosexual.
One mother said, “It’s meant a number of girls are worried about being friends with each other. Little girls often cuddle each other if one of them is crying or has fallen over, and now they are afraid to do that in case the others think they are gay.”
Michelle Cosgrove said a number of parents had felt the school had not listened to their complaints about the assembly, and they were treated as homophobic just for asking why they were not consulted.
So there you have it. Children are being manipulated to conform to a new set of rules and parents are meant to keep quiet about it. Rules that are devised specifically to undermine normal family life and human relationships and thus weaken society to further enslave the people. With an increasingly dysfunctional population, resistance will be minimal, as is clear by the very small number of parents who object to their children being emotionally maltreated throughout the country.
Unfortunately for the children, we adults have also been bombarded with messages for most of our lives, so often it’s the sane ones who are considered mad in this society.