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.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Nanny's Sick Little Mind

Nanny's Sick Little MindIn Nanny's sick little world, all adults are paedophiles. As such they must be kept at arms length from children. Indeed so fixated has she become on this issue, that she has managed to whip the media and the dimmer sections of the public into a frenzy over the issue during the last few years.

Those of you with long memories may recall some two or more years ago, that there was an outburst of "Salem like witch burning" in various council estates across Britain; as suspected paedos (as Nanny likes to call them) were ritualistically harangued and attacked.

One poor bloke found his offices trashed.

For why?

Simple, he was a paediatrician and advertised as such on his office sign; so thick were the scumbags who were rioting, that they assumed this to be an illegal activity and duly "punished" him for it.

Now we see the recent story of the Reverend Alan Barrett, the vicar of St Editha's church in Tamworth, who has had to stand down as a school governor after innocently kissing a primary school pupil on the cheek to congratulate her on passing a maths test.

He kissed the 10 year old girl, in front of fellow pupils and a maths teacher, when he presented her with a certificate at the end of the class.

Needless to say in Nanny's paranoid Britain the girl's mother was having none of that, and complained.

Following on from investigations by Nanny's thought police in the police, social services and the Church Rev Barrett was cleared.

However, this being Nanny's Britain, innocence is not enough to protect yourself from hatred, bigotry and the state's desires to make people confirm and bend to its will.

Rev Barrett had to resign from the school governors, even though he was found innocent.

Gavin Drake, a spokesman for the diocese of Lichfield said that after an investigation conducted by the archdeacon, the Ven Chris Liley, formal disciplinary proceedings were not justified, but he did deem Mr Barrett's behaviour "inappropriate".

In a very sinister interpretation of modern Britain he noted that the finding did not mean that Mr Barrett was guilty or negligent but it was "recognition that, in today's climate, previously acceptable innocent behaviour is now subject to misunderstanding and suspicion".


"As the complaint and subsequent police investigation demonstrates,

the simple act of a kiss on the cheek

a common greeting throughout the world

has potentially damaging consequences

Needless to say, the girl's mother has not yet had her pound of flesh; for reasons that only she can understand, she wants him removed from his church position as well.

Phillip Noyes, director of public policy at the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, said that such physical contact in a school was "inappropriate".


"Everyone should be aware of changing attitudes towards physical contact with children.

Children can be left embarrassed and or upset by such contact,

even if innocently intended

There you have it ladies and gentlemen, children can no longer be touched by adults. Nanny's message is clear, touch a child and you are a paedo.

This message of course gets through to the children as well.

The result?

A nation of children will grow up, untouched and untouchable, distressed and mentally damaged; unable to form normal human relationships, as the mere thought of physical contact will make them shudder.

No wonder there are so many disturbed children in the UK nowadays.

Nanny has a very sick mind, and is passing her sickness on to the rest of us.


  1. This is very much a double standard,since in todays schools they are forced to endure lessons about the perversion known as homosexuality,buggery is cool but a kiss is offensive, nanny should be removed to a place where she can not harm any-one ever again.

  2. Anonymous10:26 AM

    "People this stupid are usually institutionalized."

    or elected

  3. "People this stupid are usually institutionalized."

    "or elected"

    As an acquaintance of mine once pointed out "One in a hundred thousand people suffers from an extreme form of mental illness. There are 633 MPs."

  4. Anonymous5:58 PM

    The archdeacon said Mr Barrett's conduct was "inappropriate" - that word is a real giveaway, much beloved of school governors, diocesan management &c.
    There is a bright side: Mr Barrett will not have to endure governors' meetings, the most stultifyingly dull occasions it is possible to imagine.
    He will get no help from the diocese, which undoubtedly employs - as ours does - "child protection officers" of the all-men-are-rapists school who have the power to put a clergyman on a register of offenders without the "offender" having been charged with any offence.

  5. Hasn't the UK got more serious things to do than prosecute an innocent peck on the cheek?