modern society children are an economic liability not an asset. They
have to be fed, clothed, housed, looked after, educated and entertained.
As a rule of thumb economists reckon that a family with one child needs
30% more income than a childless couple to maintain the same living
standard. The obvious way to keep the household financially afloat
is for the other to go out to work.” The Economist
–03 July 2009
schemes certain things are only obvious after they have been done; they
could have been done ever since but nobody thought of it.
There is pure in sense like the free bus fares for school children but
the state should not raise children. Summer camps equals Hitler
Youth – wuk-up our version of goose-stepping - pull at the heartstrings
of those that will not see, how the entrance to the main bus stand is
flooded when it rains and the entrance to the main one – mini bus
- which these same said children’s parents, the engine of our economy,
have to use twice a day is good only for and has been taken over by
big rats to breed and dirty water to wade through and others all with
no or improperly shaded. What can they do about it? Who
going make fuss? “Oh Christ there she goes again.”
Compared to the fabulous, multi-million board and concrete walks for
two-week visitors. Do not speak about the lousy bus service.
Why cannot there be transfers so that buses do not leave Bridgetown
full for Josey Hill and when they get to Speighstown they are empty.
Feeder buses and transfer points at places like the Garrison, Speigtstown,
Oistins St. George etc. etc.
There is no
gun being used to enroll in these camps but what is being used is greed.
A lot of people think the camps are a good idea. Every hour on
television and radio citizens were told to enroll and now down in Belleplaine
some have not registered but parents, want to go somewhere or give the
outside man a chance, sent children to or left them at the camp and
said that the camps “got to keep them and feed them.”
As the great
industrialist Henry Forde said of the argument on whether The
Protocols of the Learned Elder of Zion were faked:
“All that I can say is that someone is
A Pale Horse by William Cooper: - In order to achieve
such conformity, the lower-class family unit must be disintegrated by
a process of increasing preoccupation of the parents and the establishment
of government operated day-care centers for the occupationally-orphaned
children. In order to achieve a totally predictable economy, the
low-class elements of the society must be brought under total control,
i.e. must be housebroken and trained and assigned a yoke and long-term
social duties from a very early age, before they have an opportunity
to question the propriety of the matter.
of education given to the lower classes must be of the poorest sort,
so that the mote of ignorance isolating the inferior class from the
superior class is and remains incomprehensible to the inferior class.
With such an initial handicap, even bright lower class individuals have
little if any hope of extricating themselves from their assigned lot
in life. This form of slavery is essential to maintaining some measure
of social order, peace and tranquility for the ruling upper class.”
Do not be fooled
because the camps are not of the compulsory military sort but there
is an element of that with the over riding spirit of get children off
the hands because there is nothing to offer during holidays is wrong.
Citizens are deprived of the means to bring up their own children e.g.
high cost of living - food prices, which are not affordable, raised
water rates, raised petrol prices etc. etc. and then the government
steps in takes them and trains them - mark one! Mark two! Mark three
modified to Mark five and it adds up.
war on apartheid in Southern Africa, Mugabe was accused by the corrupt
Western powers of sending youth off to Russia and he said:
“Then you take them. Give them an education and work and you
can indoctrinate them, I do not care; I have all these children around
me with nothing to do.”
It is the world
plan, written long ago and carried out cleverly and masterfully.