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Thursday, March 05, 2009

Big Brother In The Classroom

Big Brother In The Classroom
I see that Nanny intends to install CCTV into schools, ostensibly to monitor the performance of teachers.

Seemingly some cameras are so powerful that they can pick up what pupils are writing in their exercise books, or what's on their computer screens.

Given the lousy quality of teaching in some schools, and the appalling behaviour of some kids, there is a theoretical case (at a pinch) for this "initiative".

However, I cannot in any way shape or form support this idea.

The UK has more CCTV cameras than any other country in the world, we are rapidly descending into a real live version of Orwell's fiction "1984". Cameras in schools would merely condition children into accepting day to day monitoring, and would be a further step down the road to dictatorship.

This "initiative" should be resisted.

I would also note that given Nanny's obsession with children not being photographed by adults (even parents at school plays and sports days), I am at a loss to understand how she can ignore her own rules about photographs in such an "in your face" manner.

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6 comments:

  1. Oh dear.....It seems to be part of Nanny's education process....It gets the kiddies used to CCTV, so when they go out into the big wide world, they will not feel uncomfortable about being constantly monitored and spied upon by Nanny's cameras.
    Nanny is now monitoring people from cradle to grave...Our local maternity hospital has CCTV cameras everywhere, most of Nanny's nurseries have CCTV and finger print recognition technology, (all part of the getting used to the BB state)now our schools have cctv and many have ID card key systems, we have more cctv cameras on our streets than anywhere else, many employers have cctv in operation, Nanny wants cctv in pubs and alcohol seller's shops.....But, I was surprised to see CCTV cameras in operation at our local crematorium...So Nanny has now completed her mission....She is watching us from cradle to grave.

    With all of Jack Boots Jackie's other crazy schemes from ID cards to data bases and call and email interception, we really are under constant monitoring.....But the question is to what end?

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  2. smithy2:04 PM

    Can't we form a party Ken ? - based on Freedom, Common Sense and Honesty.

    We wouldn't need to steal Labour, or Conservative, voters (although I don't think that would be too hard) - we would just need all the people who presently don't vote at all.

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  3. The presence of CCTV in the classroom will mean that false alegations made against students or staff can be proved to be false. It will also mean that if there is a fight, the instigator can be more easily identified when all involved denie starting the fight. If somebody does anything illegal in the classroom, such as stab another person, the CCTV will catch the incident resulting in there being more evidence for the trial.

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  4. on the run4:41 AM

    Well Senior by following your philosophy why don’t you re-write your statement and change the word classroom for home? So if I am accused of beating my children, smoking dope, watching television without a license etc the police can do away with all that pesky witness nonsense.
    "Baby P" would still be alive if we all had CCTV in our homes. See we could do away with the social services and police that actually investigate and prevent crime in one easy move.
    So go on Senior.....you first, as you support it so wholeheartedly (don’t forget you can break the law in your own bathroom so best remove the toilet door, nothing to hide nothing to fear).

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  5. Cameras in schools would merely condition children into accepting day to day monitoring...

    You mean they (and/or their parents) haven't already?

    I would also note that given Nanny's obsession with children not being photographed by adults (even parents at school plays and sports days), I am at a loss to understand how she can ignore her own rules about photographs in such an "in your face" manner.

    Ken, I'll just chalk this statement up to your having written this before your first cup of morning caffeine. After all, we all know that you know that Nanny never holds herself to the rules she sets down for the hoi polloi. :)~

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  6. Anonymous7:19 PM

    And I'm sure, no one will abuse these fine pictures of the little kiddies.

    God lord, are there people that afraid of everything and everyone?

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