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Readers’ comments: Beyond imagination


In response to Laura Perrins: Innocence betrayed: The evil of schools where drag queens take over storytime,

I’m Old Fashioned wrote:

Much of the licentiousness and moral anarchy of the present day western world was predictable, right from the late sixties onwards as one institution after another was challenged, undermined and fell from grace. Christian teaching rendered impotent, not by destroying it but by infiltration and the replacement of its traditional doctrine with a politicised parody of itself, the law made an ass by the refusal by the police and judicial system to bother to apply the law on illegal drugs. The list of foundational institution rendered rotten from the inside is almost endless.

But I don’t think anyone, however lurid their imagination, could have predicted that the head teachers of infants’ schools would invite these perverted, crudely sexual grotesques into their schools as part of a conscious policy to force infants to become actively sexualised. And as if that weren’t obscene enough, to do so at a time when pædophilia is finally being recognised as the terrible scourge it is. When the dust finally settles on our by now totally dysfunctional and debased culture – and it may take an ugly war before that can happen – historians will surely look back and regard this particular phenomenon as exemplifying the moment that the point of no return was reached. In future centuries the big question, which will be argued about endlessly by historians will be, ‘Why?’ How could the population have let it come to this?

lms2 wrote:

I am asking myself how this boy’s mother would parade her son like this on stage to a crowd of 4,000.

You’ve answered yourself in this question. It’s about getting attention. I’d suggest it’s akin to Munchausen by proxy. It used to be about intentionally making your child or someone else ill just to get attention from the medical profession. Now it’s parading your offspring as gay, or trans. I hope their children eventually sue their parents for child abuse.

Royinsouthwest wrote:

Where does the demand for a LGBT history month come from? The education system is not responding to a demand from parents, is it? The silver lining to the cloud is that if schools are as successful in teaching LGBT history as they are in teaching British history very little will be learnt.

HMS Lion wrote:

The Left’s agenda is to bring down our Society, the Globalists agenda is to dumb down the population into nothing more than narcissistic consumers, so anything goes that will accelerate and deepen that process. Every tool available to bring down our society is being grabbed with alacrity. Where is the push back?

SiberianRhod wrote:

Scotland has certainly changed since the macho culture days of my teenage years in the 1970s when it was considered effeminate to wear aftershave and the sawdust on the pub floor was ‘last night’s furniture’.

39 Pontiac Dream wrote:

A few years ago, if I read about a piece of lunacy in the news, I’d laugh it off with ‘only in America’.

I’ve switched that now to ‘only in Scotland’. The SNP have turned that once proud country into a laughing stock.

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