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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The Dangers of Biscuits

My thanks to Uncle John for alerting us to this cretinous piece of Nannyism as reported in the Telegraph the other day, involving that hallowed institution the School Dinner Lady.

Kathleen Lavery (Dinner Lady) was forced to leave her job at a primary school in Brookeborough near Enniskillen, after she offered one of the kids (a relative) a biscuit.

Can you guess what Nanny did to her?

She was disciplined over the incident.

For why?

Seemingly, the act of an adult (a school dinner lady I would note) offering a child a biscuit constitutes potential "grooming" of the child.

Needless to say, given the odious side of human nature, she was then subjected to such a barrage of gossip and rumours by others that she was forced to leave her job.

Remember folks a few hundred years ago rumours of people being witches etc would be enough to have them burned. Now that we don't believe in witches anymore, we need another way to vent our hatred and self loathing onto others.

Those who subjected this poor woman to this ordeal should hang their heads in shame and beg her forgiveness.

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  1. Lord of Atlantis2:14 PM

    This is utterly appalling, Ken. The kid was a relative, for heavens sake! This country is getting as bad as Nazi germany, Soviet Ruissia or one of their satelites!

    "Those who subjected this poor woman to this ordeal should hang their heads in shame and beg her forgiveness."

    I quite agree, Ken, but I cannot see that happening. If there was any justice in the world, this bunch of tossers would be the ones to lose their jobs, but again, I shan't be holding my breath.

  2. Tonk.6:45 PM

    It's all part of Nanny's divide and rule policy.....It makes us easier to control if we are divided and frightened.

  3. I wonder what the position in civil law in this area.
    Do the individual accusers have a personal liability when making false accusations that have the consequence of the victim losing their livelihood? In this case the victim is also unlikely to have the means to sue, adding salt to her wounds.
    Perhaps a wealthy benefactor could come forward and prosecute a few cases for the benefit of society.

  4. smithy10:51 AM

    This is the problem with people in authority. When they do something wrong and it is shown to be so - there are no consequences for them.

    They can spend taxpayers money on investigations and court cases and end up being proven to be fools but, other than the exposure of their foolishness, there are no consequences for these idiots.

    I don't fiddle my expenses because I'd be sacked and probably never get a job in my industry ever again. MPs fiddled whilst the country burned - and they were no consequences.