Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Nanny is Mother, Nanny is Father

Nanny is Mother, Nanny is Father
The joy of being Nanny is that Nanny knows best, and she is absolutely certain that we would be incapable of running our own lives without her.

As such it should come as no surprise to learn that Nanny is keen to get her clawing hands on people's children, as early as possible in life.

Give Nanny a child, at a tender young age, and that child is hers for life!

Therefore Nanny is mounting a campaign to encourage more mothers to hand over their children to state-run nurseries, and go out to work, under Nanny's latest drive to combat child poverty.

Sounds all rather reminiscent of some form of Nazi ideology doesn't it?

Nanny's chum John Hutton, the Work and Pensions Secretary, said at the end of October that Labour's plans to extend childcare places will provide women with a "world of employment opportunities".

John Hutton
The reality is that they don't give a stuff about women working or not, what they actually want is to get their hands on your children missus!

Nanny is using the findings of a report commissioned by the Government, which found that traditional two parent families are getting a raw deal from the state compared to single mothers.

Seemingly lone parents receive help to find work and support for childcare. However, couples with children are virtually invisible to public services because it is assumed their life is easier.

In many cases, one adult goes out to work while the other - usually the woman - stays at home to look after the children.

Now you see, in the "old days" there would be nothing wrong in one person staying at home to look after the child. Now of course that is deemed to be morally wrong.

I might ask one question, if both parents are out working and choose to leave their child with Nanny all day, why do they bother having children?

Anyone care to answer that?

I guess of course, that makes me a terrible old reactionary who does not understand the joys of leaving children to be brought up by someone else.

Hutton said there should be "more help, for example, getting the second adult in a household into work."

Adding:

"By 2009/10 we will have universal childcare available

for every three to four year-old

Now, that is going to open up a world of employment opportunities,

mainly again for women but for parents generally.

I think we've got to develop an approach

which first of all makes the opportunity to work our priority.

That is the best way out of poverty
."

What of the children who never see their parents, and who end up being brought up by the state?

What kind of adults will these hapless children be turned into?

The best people in the world to bring up children are the parents, not those working for the state.

Sorry folks, I know this view is highly unfashionable these days!

6 comments:

  1. Anonymous2:31 PM

    True words indeed Ken. Trouble is now though both parents need to work just to make ends meet. This is the situation I'm in. Struggling along on one wage, just above the minimum wage, is virtually impossible without the wife working or borrowing money.

    Great employment opportunities my cack! I've just been laid off and finding it hard to get a permenant job again, so let's get thousands more on the job hunt!!! Labour tw*ts!!!

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  2. mitch6:38 PM

    This maybe more about income tax than kids.

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  3. Anonymous6:58 PM

    Ken, the problem is that house prices are so high that hardly anyone can afford to stay at home nowadays, your not an old reactionary, but may I suggest a look in the window of your local estate agents.

    Most mothers would of course prefer to stay at home with there children, but can not afford to do so

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  4. What jobs are these?all of our employment prospects are being crushed by cut price eastern europeans,soon the husbands will be unable to find a job let alone thier wives,but do not worry folks the bulgarian mafia is on its way ,with endless prospects of prostitution for your wives,drug dealing for your children and contract murder for hubby , in between signing on that is.

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  5. Surely the aim of this so-called government is to move to USSR style creches and nurseries where the parents just produce children which are then taken by the State to be turned into NULabour fodder.

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  6. Anonymous9:24 AM

    Go to www.gutenberg.org or http://www.msxnet.org/orwell/ to download George Orwell's 'Nineteen Eighty Four' and you will find their user manual...

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