Is it now too late for Britain? (part 2)

Following on from the previous post, is this quote part of a speech we can expect to see delivered in London some day in decades to come?

Today, this Parliament, on behalf of the people, takes responsibility and apologises for the policies and practices that forced the separation of mothers from their babies which created a lifelong legacy of pain and suffering.

We deplore the shameful practices that denied you, the mothers, your fundamental rights and responsibilities to love and care for your children.

Can we expect to hear and read stories of how some mothers were drugged, while others had their signatures were forged, so the government and its agencies could take children away ‘for their own good and for the good of society’ and give them to childless couples to adopt?

This is what happened between the 1950s and the 1970s in Australia and text above is an edited part of the state apology delivered by Julia Gillard.  The thoroughly evil practice of snatching children from their parents and giving them to strangers was driven by a combination of religious fervour and moral outrage at the existance of single mothers, who were considered to be scandalising society.  I am not a fan of people apologising for the historical actions of others, over which they had no influence or involvement.  But the fact one was considered necessary for those children who were torn away from their mothers and as adults are trying to deal with it even now, speaks volumes.

It was a repugnant policy that was enforced by self regarding, intolerant people who believed they knew what was best for everyone else and abused their power to effect their vision.  That pattern of behaviour should sound eerily familar.

Yet despite that apology being issued in Australia only two months ago, we see in the UK today a Judge advocating exactly that kind of action by the state.

As if this modern day tilt fascist, untrammelled state power wasn’t enough, many of the comments of the brain-dead drones who inhabit the Daily Wail’s comment threads wouldn’t be out of place at a Nazi eugenics conference.  These are the ‘centre right’ people who supposedly rail against an overbearing state intruding into the lives of ordinary Britons.  Yet throw them exactly that kind of proposition, wrapped in the dog-whistle red meat of ‘law and order’, and suddenly the red mist descends, logic evaporates and they believe there aren’t nearly enough jackboots marching along government corridors.

We already have those of ‘the left’ giving endorsement to concept of the state owning the population and doing what it sees fit, when it likes.  This has already resulted in too many children being snatched from families by social services – often without any evidence of a child protection issue or just cause – after secret court hearings that are closed to the public, and with sinister restrictions placed on the families to not even discuss the facts of the case, or risk being imprisoned for ‘contempt’ of court. Some of these children have been pushed through the adoption system, only for their parents to be subsequently exonerated of any wrong doing, but prevented from taking back custody.

Now we have those of ‘the right’ baying for babies to be snatched in exactly the same way from anyone tagged as a criminal, prostitute or drug user.  Clearly they are too stupid to recall just months ago their outrage at children being removed from their foster parents because they were supporters of UKIP and therefore considered by some bureaucrats to be ‘racist’ – and that their approval of snatching children the state has identified as being ‘in the interests of the child’ from other families has the capacity to be extended on a whim beyond ‘criminals’ and used as a broad weapon of coercion to force people who challenge the state into complying with its demands.

This is one of those points where I wonder if the effort of trying to democratise this country is worth it, hence the title of these linked posts.  The spittle flecked outrage of the semi literate morons applauding a disturbing call for a dramatic increase in state power and the ability to steal children in the way described makes me think they deserve to be stuck with the spiteful bastards they are giving succour to.

Perhaps we should let them suffer the inevitable consequences down the line when their willingness to heap power into the hands of unaccountable politicians and bureaucrats who will rig the system still further to suit their own ends, come back to bite them on the arse.  Then they will bloody well have cause to be outraged.  Perhaps it is too late to save this country from itself.

7 Responses to “Is it now too late for Britain? (part 2)”


  1. 1 Furor Teutonicus 27/05/2013 at 11:36 am

    Is this “part 2” not an exact copy of “part 1”??

  2. 2 feuillet123 27/05/2013 at 12:29 pm

    This shows another example why current feminist establishment in the government is actually out right harmful to the rights of women.

    In fact all these ideologies we see nowadays, “left” or “right”, are essentially a model of governance where the governed are encouraged to view themselves as sub-humans, and unless they do so and renounce their status, they can not have the hope of achievement salvation/liberation by climbing on the top. Of course during this climbing process they push more people below them. Hence a perfect structure of hierarchy is formed.This wors whether they use the metaphor of religion (sinner must renounce themselves) or currently feminist/ Marxist propaganda “Don’t be that man (who rape)” , “being the 99%”.

    This is why you see so many of the people, “left” or “right”, crying for all these state intervention to attack these “corrupted”/”sinners”/”Privilaged”. By ritually doing so, they appear less to others as a “governed”, seemingly gain some sort of elete’s acceptance, while actually reinforcing the structure of power. These people the article mentioned in the Daily Wail comment section belongs to this kind of people, along with the people we see in the Comment is Free sections.

    What so powerful in this kind of system of power, is that it force many people to collaborate and attempt to consolidated the power system by shaming other who are resistant, which further incrase the numberof these collaborater. A better analogy will be like those zombie virus we see in those cheesy movies, where the when people get bitten by the zombie, they becomes zombies themselves, and hence further consolidate zombie population by turning more people into zombies.

    The only solution out is to turn everyone into a individualist, some one with respect to their own dignity while valuing others. Yet this will not happen in today’s education system..

  3. 3 Halinof 27/05/2013 at 1:09 pm

    Nil Desperandum Auspice Deo.

  4. 4 james higham 27/05/2013 at 3:52 pm

    I am not a fan of people apologising for the historical actions of others

    Absolutely. It’s a sticky wicket, especially in those hands.

  5. 5 Brian H 27/05/2013 at 10:58 pm

    Who Let the Statists Loose?

  6. 6 John malpas 28/05/2013 at 5:07 am

    “Can we expect to hear and read stories of how some mothers were drugged, while others had their signatures were forged, so the government and its agencies could take children away ‘for their own good and for the good of society’ and give them to childless couples to adopt?”

    This is what happened between the 1950s and the 1970s in Australia
    -And you know that this happened as a fact?


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