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.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Nanny is Mother, Nanny is Father

Nanny is Mother, Nanny is FatherI am gratified to see that a study, commissioned by Nanny herself, has proven what I have been saying many times; namely that the state should not be rearing children, parents should.

Nanny's study (performed by the University of Oxford and the Institute for Fiscal Studies) evaluated Nanny's £370M Neighbourhood Nurseries Scheme. The research found that toddlers, who went to these places full time, were likely to become "anti social", bossy and selfish.

As I have often stated, like it or not, the best people to rear children are the parents not the state.

Mankind has done pretty well over the past 150,000 years or so, by following the natural order of parental rearing. When the state tries to replace the parents you get hideous consequences, eg Nazi Germany.

Nanny should keep her beak out of the family.

2 comments:

  1. DocBud1:53 AM

    For the last 150000 years we didn't have Saint Tone (PBUH) and his selfless acolytes to show us the error of our ways. Now, as his righteous glow puts the sun to shame, we can only hope that some of his rays of enlightenment fall upon us, lifting us out of our ignorance and giving us hope that our hitherto worthless existence may bear some fruit (or babies for the heavenly state of Nulabia to rescue from our incompetent clutches).

    After all, until the fourth element of the Holy Trinity came to power, we did not even know we were ignorant, fondly imagining that our rounded education, culminating in O and A Levels and the example of our parents had kitted us out well for our adult lives, how wrong we were.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Everyone knows that Nanny wouldn't let something like the empirical failure of social engineering interfere with the her pursuit of ultimate power to complete the work of the French Revolution.

    ReplyDelete