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, April 18, 2007

Nanny's Gestapo State

Nanny's Gestapo StateIn the "good old days", when the police knocked at your door it could be assumed that:

1 Someone had died or

2 Someone you knew had committed a serious crime

In Nanny's Britain things have changed somewhat, the knock at the door now signals a visit from her thought police; seeking to impose Nanny's vision of "correct" behaviour on the hapless citizens of Britain, whether they like it or not.

Alan Rawlinson discovered what it is like to receive a knock from the Gestapo the other day, when two of Nanny's finest called asking to speak to his 11 year old son George.

Needless to say, Mr Rawlinson being a responsible parent feared that George had been involved in something really unpleasant.

However, he was wrong.

George's crime?

He had called one of his school friends 'gay'.

Yes folks, that's all it takes these days to find Nanny's thought police at your door; needless to say, should you be involved in drug dealing, assault or theft you can rest easy.


Because Nanny's police are too busy investigating thought crimes.

Anyhoo, Nanny's police said that George was being investigated for a "very serious" homophobic crime. George had used the comment in an e-mail to a 10-year-old classmate.

Clearly drug dealing, assault and theft are no longer thought of as being "serious"!

Needless to say Mr Rawlinson is pretty pissed off. He lambasted Nanny's thought police, saying:

"It is completely ridiculous.

I thought the officers were joking at first,

but they told me they considered it a very serious offence.

The politically correct brigade are taking over.

This seemed like a huge waste of resources for

something so trivial as a playground spat

Nanny's Cheshire police launched the investigation last month, after a complaint from the parents of the 10-year-old younger boy who received George's e-mail.

One wonders what sad individuals these must be, to waste their time and the police's time on this load of bollocks.

These sad people said that their son had been called a 'gay boy', and were concerned that there was more to the comment than playground banter and that their child was being bullied.

My father taught me two very important lessons (amongst many things)

1 Never ever "tell on your friends or classmates". You will end up being despised and shunned (remember folks, mankind has survived these past 150,000 years by co-operating; not by stabbing each other in the back).

2 Stand up for yourself, and don't ask others to fight your battles for you. The world is a harsh place, if you don't learn to fight your own battles, when you are young, what chance do you have when you are an adult?

Nanny is not only eroding the human genetic trait of co-operation, but she is also turning the "adult" population of this country into spoilt immature weaklings, incapable of standing up for themselves. This of course means that they are forced to rely on Nanny, thus enhancing Nanny's position and power.

Now back to the story, two officers were sent to the boys' school, Farnworth Primary, in Widnes, Cheshire, to speak to the headteacher; he then sent them to the Rawlinsons' home in St Helens, Merseyside.

George explained that he used the "gay" term not in a homophobic sense, but in the modern vernacular of meaning "stupid" (Bart Simpson uses it regularly in this context) words change over the years!

Needless to say George was terrified when the police turned up...well done Nanny for damaging this kid...doesn't that count as child abuse????

I guess Nanny will offer "counselling" for the lad, in one of her "thought correction" facilities?

Mr Rawlinson is well pissed off, quite rightly so. He has lodged a formal complaint against the police.


"I've constantly contacted police about break-ins

at my business and never get a suitable response

That's because they don't give a fark!

Inspector Nick Bailey, of Cheshire police, very "graciously" said that no further action would be taken against George. However, he said the force had been obliged to record the incident as a crime and that they had dealt with it in a 'proportionate' manner.


Seriously, does anyone out there in cyberspace now really trust the police, or have any faith that when a real crime is reported that it will be addressed?


  1. Anonymous3:18 PM

    "I've constantly contacted police about break-ins at my business and never get a suitable response."

    It must be so reassuring to the tax payers of Cheshire to know that their police force is concentrating on such serious crimes! Whatever happened to the old saying,'Sticks and stones may break your bones, but names will never hurt you'? I must say, that I do not know whether this insult was messing about or bullying, but I do believe that any bullying must be dealt with with the utmost severity. However, this is the responsibility of the parents and the school, it is ridiculous and way over the top to involve the police.

  2. Anonymous3:31 PM

    "I've constantly contacted police about break-ins at my business and never get a suitable response."

    You can't seriously expect the police to waste their time on such trivial matters as break-ins: they have much more serious crimes to deal with, such as schoolchildren calling one another 'gay'.

  3. Perhaps Mr Rawlinson should report that someone broke into his shop and called him "gay"!

  4. Anonymous9:31 PM

    I read your site eveyday Ken and most times I have to take a deep breath and look again at what you write; not because I think you are lying but because it is so hard to believe that things like this occur.

    This story bowled me for six. I am truly put back by this one. It makes me so angry that the police can harrass an 11 yr old boy for one little comment. It is scary to think that a lot of what we say in everyday life might result in a visit from O'Brien's goon squad. Why? Because the eyes and ears for nanny are now the ignorant public who are brainwashed into jumping on the PC bandwagon.

    Crap, utter Lassie shit!

  5. Anonymous7:37 AM

    "Someone has broken into my business and made off with 10000 quids worth of gear."

    "Really, sir. Are you a member of an ethnic minority? Do you perceive this to be a hate crime?"

    "No I perceive it to be someone nicking my stuff."

    "Problem is, sir, we don't have resources in the budget to deal with non-hate crimes, to help you I need to classify it as a hate crime. Are you perhaps gay?"

    "No, but I'd like to catch the gay (rotten) bastards who did this...Oh, hello, there's five squad cars outside all of a sudden."

    If you're a copper just trying to make a living rather than serve the public what would you do, bully an eleven year old for being an eleven year old or chase big, burly robbers?