Tuesday, November 21, 2006

The Final Anti-Social Behaviour Order

Well isn't this special? Not content with screwing up the occupation of Iraq, the Labour government has decided to set its sights on a new target: Chavs!

"Super-nannies" are to be brought in to try to improve parenting in 77 areas of England with high levels of anti-social behaviour, Tony Blair has said.

The prime minister is to give more details of the £4m scheme later.

In an article in the Sun, Mr Blair said poor parenting was bad for society and did "incalculable" harm to children.

A survey for the Institute for Public Policy Research has previously suggested that the UK's youths are the worst behaved in Europe.

On every indicator of bad behaviour - drugs, drink, violence, promiscuity - the UK was at or near the top of the league, according to the survey earlier this month.

God only knows what makes Tony Blair think he can fix this. If he can't bring an end to the violence in Iraq, there's absolutely no way he can solve the far more entrenched problem of chavism in Britain, especially with such lukewarm measures. Everybody already knows that the only real solution is forced euthanasia of all persons caught wearing a tracksuit while not actually exercising. Few dare to speak this widely held belief, but as an American I am not troubled by the British fear of being labeled a classist. Parents who are chavs have children who are chavs, and no amount of education will solve the problem.


Anonymous Nicky said...

I sent you this article! :P

10:25 AM  
Blogger Logan said...

Yes you did. And it totally made my day. Too bad your next communication with me was an unhinged mash of gibberish and insults directed towards people you've never even met. If you actually drank, I'd be telling you to lay off the booze. Since you don't, might I suggest you give it a try? You're obviously far too tense.

5:30 AM  

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