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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A Nation of Paedophiles - The Olympics

Britain's absurd anti adult contact with child laws yet again cause chaos, this time wrt under 18 volunteers for the London Olympics.

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  1. Lord of Atlantis10:52 AM

    Presumably then, Ken, the twats that introduced this rule would rather said under 18s were mugging old ladies, using or supplying illegal drugs, burgling houses
    'joyriding' or similar wholesome activities? No wonder so many are overweight/obese couch potatoes!
    How are draconian ideas like this going to encourage today's youngsters to take up sport, bearing mind that they could be tomorrow's champions? As for the risk from paedophiles, as has been stated before, most such incidents are carried out by family members or someone else known to the victims.

  2. Ken,

    I agree with Lord of Atlantis.

    I wonder if the ball boys that are employed by football clubs on match days, incur the same costs on the football clubs?

    I wonder if the new government will look again at our silly anti adult/ anti harmony/ anti society rules and regulations....I won't hold my breath.

  3. Julius Caesar12:42 PM

    And what about the ball boys and ball girls at Wimbledon?

  4. I think the issue is that there are an awful lot more adults involved in the Games than Wimbeledon, as such all the adults would have to be vetted (at a nice little cost) etc.

  5. Anonymous6:49 PM

    Hold-on a mo... there are competitors that are under 18 (gymnasts, swimmers etc). Shouldn't all staff who have to 'marshall' them also have to be vetted? What about the officials from those nations as well. As they are in the UK, presumably they have to obey the UKs working-with-children laws?