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Friday, 11 April 2008

LETS HEAR IT FOR THE FEAR FACTOR !


What the Fuck is going on? What sort of a society are we becoming, and how are we getting there? Some parents who don’t feel that their children are safe outside are considering getting a tracking device planted under their child’s skin, so through the wonders of technology they will know were their child is. I shit you not! Mass media coverage of the Madeline McCann case has brainwashed some people and as a result they seem to be suffering from Kidnaperphobia were by they believe that their children may be snatched from the street at any time by a stranger, when the reality is that it is more likely to be someone a child knows that abducts them as we are seeing in the Shannon Mathews case. Like I’ve said before, people who are scared are easier to control and some stupid bastards will do anything if they are made to feel scared enough, but it won’t stop there. These idiots are sending out a signal to our leaders that helps to reinforce and justify our ever increasing surveillance society, and now it’s been seen on TV how many more parents will think it’s a good idea to have a ‘chipped child’? A civilised society…Fuck Off ! this sounds more like abuse to me.

3 comments:

Highlander said...

Man but its good to have you back. I was more scared of the parents on this programme (and I only watched about 10-15 mins) than any kiddie fiddler.

MARKY DREAD said...

This is a brilliant idea only not for our children but for our politicians we could track those sneaky scheming bastards, as i don't trust any of them!

Nuzz Prowlin' Wolf said...

What about a bit of Total Recall were if any one strays to far they get blown up, I'm thinking of politicians and idiot parents here, not kids.