Tuesday 5 March 2019


Between 2004 and 2017, in Glasgow in Scotland, the number of people admitted to the city's hospitals for knife wounds fell by 65%.

Meanwhile, knife crime in England has risen by 54%.

England has a Conservative government.

In Glasgow, the Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) has concentrated on social work and reducing unemployement.

In other words, 'the poor'  are being given 'a cuddle'.

In New York, Anne Heller uses the Attachment and Biobehavioural Catch-Up programme (ABC) to make families more civilised.


Stressed kids can have poor cognitive development.

The idea of the ABC programme is to strengthen the parent-child bond and thus reduce stress for children and thus improve mental development.

The ABC programme was developed by Professor Mary Dozier of the University of Delaware.

Heller and colleagues set up a non-profit organisation called Power of Two, which delivers ABC in New York City.

The result is that parents show real change in their parenting and children improve significantly in their wellbeing.

Why do some kids become savages?

Usually because they have been neglected, or, abused.

Children can be neglected both at home and in a poorly-staffed nursery school.

Psychologist Oliver James refers to "childcarers who scrape through school and are doing it for the money, often spending the day texting their boyfriends."

(Some nurseries are excellent and have wonderful staff)

Robert Thompson's parents, Ann and Robert, were heavy drinkers and there was violence in the home. (Profiles: the Bulger killers, Jon Venables and Robert Thompson ) 

Small children need lots of individual attention and love.

Do nurseries make todlers aggressive?

UK Psychologist Oliver James thinks that nurseries can turn toddlers into savages.

Naughty children? Blame mothers, says Oliver James - Telegraph

According to Oliver James, day care can produce more boastful, disobedient and aggressive children.

Oliver James says that UK government proposals to allow child-carers to look after more youngsters will make things worse.

Nursery places in Britain have expanded at the same time as a rise in violence in primary school classrooms.

40 primary school children in England are expelled every day for assaulting their teachers.

Jon Venable's mother Susan Venables has been described as a loose woman whose neighbours "noted a procession of men friends for Mrs Venables". "She had been observed physically and verbally assaulting Jon."

(Did bad parenting turn Thompson and Venables into killers? UK ...). 

When Jon Venables stayed with his father Neil, there were violent videos to watch, including Child's Play 3.

Oliver James refers to a study in America which tracked children for 15 years. 

It showed a correlation between the hours spent in a nursery to increased aggression and bad behaviour.

"Studies show there is a direct link between how many hours you spend in daycare up to the age of four and a half and how aggressive you are."

Good nannies can be better than nursery workers.

Oliver James says Mothers who go out to work are to blame for their children's bad behaviour.

In his new book Oliver James says mothers of toddlers should avoid working outside the home.

Putting toddlers into nurseries is ‘warehousing’ them so that the government could push mothers back to work, writes James.

Oliver James would like to see the government creating a network of nannies.

The elite prefer nannies to nursery schools.

A generation of 'little savages' raised in nurseries as ... - Daily Mail

Oliver James is against the strict disciplining of young children.

James writes: "As a parent of a child of this age, you need to realise that if things go pear-shaped it is actually always your fault, in the sense that if you keep a close enough eye on them you can prevent atrocities..."

Young children "need to be in the presence of a responsive, loving adult at all times".

Oliver James attacks the methods of Gina Ford, a former maternity nurse who has become a best-selling toddler 'guru'.

He writes: "There is a great deal of evidence that very strict routines do lead to more insecure, and to more irritable and fussy, babies."

According to Oliver James, The Naughty Step Technique "often result in repetition of the undesired behaviour, rather than successful management. 

"If you are not careful, you are just creating a guaranteed method for your children to wind you up."

Oliver James writes that while babies that are left to cry may be more likely to sleep through the night, "it is the babies whose needs have been met who become the secure, calm and satisfied children and productive schoolchildren, and adults."

UK government minister Elizabeth Truss, who planned for more toddlers to be cared for by fewer nursery teachers.

Much depends on the quality of parents or carers.

Jill Rutter, research manager for the Family and Parenting Institute and Daycare Trust says: "children who attended high quality nurseries were much less likely to experience later behavioural problems...

"Nurseries or registered childminders are the only affordable option for most parents..."

A generation of 'little savages' raised in nurseries as ... - Daily Mail

Lloyd de Mause

Lloyd de Mause in The Journal of Psychohistory, Winter 1998, refers to The History of Child Abuse. 

(The History of Child Abuse Lloyd deMause - The Journal of Psychohistory)

"We cannot be content to only continue to do endless repair work on damaged adults, with more jails and police and therapists and political movements.

"Our task now must be to create an entirely new profession of “child helpers” who can reach out to every new child born on earth and help its parents give it love and independence...

" The success of parenting centers such as the one pioneered in Boulder, Colorado, for instance, has been astonishing.

"Through parenting classes and home visiting by paraprofessionals, they have measurably reduced child abuse, as shown by careful followup studies and by reduced police reports and hospital entrance rates.

"All this has been accomplished with very small monetary outlays, since these parent outreach centers operate mainly with volunteer labor, while it has the potential to save trillions of dollars annually in the costs of social violence, police enforcement, jails and other consequences of the widespread child abuse of today.

"Such a parent support movement would resemble the universal education movement of over a century ago...


aangirfan: JON VENABLES

In the UK, 19.8% of school pupils have special educational needs 

(eg learning and behavioural difficulties)

The EU average is 4%

Photo by Bert Hardy

Why does one child succeed in life, and another one 'fail'?

In How Children SucceedPaul Tough writes that what matters most is character skills.

These are skills such as self confidence, optimism, perseverance, curiosity, conscientiousness, and self-control.

In other words, emotional intelligence, as taught by good parents, good mentors and good private schools, is what matters.

Both rich children and poor children can lack emotional intelligence.

"Suniya Luthar, a psychologist at Columbia University found significant psychological problems at the high end of the income spectrum... These problems arise most often in those high-income homes where children feel simultaneously a great pressure to achieve and an emotional distance from their parents..."

Bill Brandt

"Apparently medical reasons explain why children who grow up in abusive or dysfunctional environments generally find it harder to concentrate, sit still and rebound from disappointments. 

"The part of the brain most affected by early stress is the prefrontal cortex, which is critical for regulating thoughts and mediating behaviour. 

"When this region is damaged - a common condition for children living amid the pressures of poverty - it is tougher to suppress unproductive instincts."

Website for this image...

Children who do not have good parents need good mentors and tutors, according to Paul Tough.

"Studies show that early nurturing from parents or caregivers helps combat the biochemical effects of stress. 

"And educators can push better habits and self control. 

"The 'prefrontal cortex is more responsive to intervention than other parts of the brain,' writes Mr Tough. 

"It stays malleable well into early adulthood. 

"Character can be taught."

School reform: Stay focused | The Economist

The problem is - how does a child from a problem family find a good mentor?

The best mentors are often grandparents.

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At 26 August 2018 at 09:21 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best mentors are often grandparents.

Really? Jesus Christ! One of my friends, now a 40 year old woman, was sexually assaulted by her paternal grandfather while she was a kid.

At 26 August 2018 at 09:48 , Anonymous Firestarter said...

In the news today is John McCain's death.

Not in the news, today, is that...
Alleged 1 October Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock’s “girlfriend” Marilou Danley worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Seach results on Intelius.com clearly shows a Reno-based “Marilou Danley” related to Geary Danley (her ex-husband).

It looks like Intelius.com is “reliable”.

At 26 August 2018 at 11:42 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zionist take-down of Layla Moran MP! (or how British politics must be realigned, and Brexit reversed, in the name of Greater Israel)


"Sir Vince Cable is to pave the way for his early resignation as Liberal Democrat leader by unveiling radical reforms which would allow him to be succeeded by a non-MP ... One senior Lib Dem warned that allowing non-MPs to lead the party will be seen as *** A SNUB *** to rising star LAYLA MORAN, 35, MP for Oxford West, who has been tipped to [replace him]."

"Moran is the first UK Member of Parliament of PALESTINIAN descent"

"In a debate this week in the UK's lower house of Parliament [LAYLA MORAN MP] urged Alastair Burt, the Foreign Office minister for the Middle East, to recognize the state of Palestine ... 'Were it not for the Nakba, perhaps I would not be here,' she told him..."

"'Unfortunately, now we've Netanyahu and his best friend Trump. It’s like two men licking each other’s ego. It's disgusting to watch.'"

LAYLA MORAN "has said she will 'do whatever I can as an MP to advance the Palestinian cause.'"





At 26 August 2018 at 13:23 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

There is no doubt that treating children better improves so many things

It is now often said that putting women into the workplace, and making nurseries necessary, was all a dirty plot of the devious Cultural Marxists seeking to destroy the family en route to their totalitarian agenda ... the child more in the hands of the State rather than in the arms of mother or father

In the not-too-long-ago 'old days', a working male had an income to support wife and children ... in other words, only about 33% of the population (i.e., working-age adult males) were employed ... and somehow the whole society got on

Now the 'labour force' is doubled to 66%, and even with two parents working, families struggle, and many hours less are spent with the child's own parents ... this is progress?


But with crime across Europe, for many people the issue is connected to migration ... In a number of European countries, the prisons are majority or near-majority inmates from the migrant or the Roma communities ... there are grudging admissions that e.g., most of the rapists in Sweden are from elsewhere, fuelling the right-wing-party gains now in the Swedish election

England & Wales have about 13% foreign-born, so about 1 out of 8 ... in Scotland it is 7%, so 1 out of 14. But also, Scotland's migrants are much more European. The biggest group of migrants in Scotland, are from Poland.

Aang's picture at the top ... indigenous white kids

It is perhaps less easy to convey the cuddling - better parenting experience across some cultural-difference barriers?

At 27 August 2018 at 00:40 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gina Miller the Remoaner is being mooted to conveniently fill the gap of the Lib Dems. A non MP. Looks as though the thoroughly British sounding 'Gina Miller' will turn out to be Gideonina Goldensilveraum Cryptostein. As if she was ever anything else!

At 27 August 2018 at 10:17 , Blogger El Roy 13 said...

I think decriminalizing marijuana also plays a huge role (by not indoctrinating ppl into the system and eliminating some of the cowboy v Indian mentality of local LE), for this past June, I was up in Harrisburg, PA USA, which has decriminalized mj and the place felt clean, good energy, I saw several rasta looking men walking around (prior, they would've been marked and tackled), AND the local paper I picked up noted that overall, crime was down - which they alluded to the neighborhood crime watch. Which, TBH, could also have been amplified by the decriminalization.

Creating an aura of criminality over nonsense is never good energy. Just my humble opinion.

At 6 March 2019 at 02:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask the puppet Sajid Javid....

At 6 March 2019 at 11:38 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

But this proves nothing...just an exception from rule that most of the grandparents were loving and decent !

So avoid being so overhelmed by case of your friend.

At 6 March 2019 at 11:47 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, good comment.

But the need for SPIRITUALITY is so important ;
society with (genuine) religion and spirituality isn't better than pack of polished animals.

Spiritual education gives a chance for self realisation , escaping from samsara circle : and materialistic society, neither with poor or rich kids, doesn't care for spirituality :

results are mass adultery, no self control, drinking and drugs, crime, madness, emptiness, darkness and lack of direction for society...

This is the r e a l root of rotting society.

Forgetfulness about God ( i mean genuine God, not twisted catholic or muslim version ), lack of gratitude towards Him and some humbleness, lack of "loving others like myself", forheting about self-realisation ( which is the most important thing in the human form of life, neither horse nor dog cannot inquire : who am i , why i suffer, why not every family is happy etc ? Only humans can inquire like that, as we know ).


At 8 March 2019 at 00:16 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morning Aang. Rather than reducing crime, I know of a really easy way to increase crime.

How about pretend there is an epidemic of violent, murderous knife crime. 100% psy-op.

Indeed, violent crime amongst youth gangs often ebbs and flows. There are 'spikes' in the numbers based on nothing more than a moment in time. A few 'bad eggs' around at the same time and the crime figures go through the roof.

The two young people allegedly killed early on this week had alarm bells ringing all over it (as well as the sheer volume of alleged killings) recently. Sorry, just not believable.

Concentrating on the cases this week. Like the Alesha Mcphail case. Too many inconsistencies, too many things not adding up and fundamentals at odds with reality.

The female girl scout (Jodie Chesney) we're to believe was just hanging around a park and some random just appears and stabs her in the back thus stabbing her to death.

Motive for the attack? None! Just a random murder of a teenage girl. A total random just knifed someone to death. Ehhhh no.

Would I have questioned the above if it was a young black dude 'randomed'? No. Because that does happen - sadly. Young men are massively more likely to be on the end of this type of attack. A 17 year old girl guide 'playing' in the park - chances of this type of attack about zero. Sorry, not buying it.

We are all only too well aware of the the corruption, criminality and the agendaised psy-ops to further the aims and goals of those with vested interest.

I believe the volume of the attacks and the high profile televised predictive programming is feeding the psyche of the masses. Is knife crime a problem? Do young people get killed? A resounding yes to both. However, there is something wrong with the up surge and the undertones of 'troops on the streets' if necessary mutterings that are being heard.

Jodie has been pictured outside No.10, charity working with Chelsea Pensioners, on TV and Twittering all over the place. It just seems a bit 'box ticked' like the ISIS Twitter storm and uploaded videos. It just feels too packaged.

The second case earlier in the week was a young chap called Yousef Makki. A straight A student at an expensive private school randomly murdered in a leafy suburban street. When was the last time a kid from Eton, Marlboro College, Fettes etc was murdered randomly? Yup - never!!

Follow me on this........... The would be heart surgeon and rising star had some schizophrenic photos attached to his profile.

Let me explain....think Divorcing Jack by Colin Bateman and the 'Nun with a Gun'.

Well, the young Yousef had an almost identical picture. The gun was out of proportion with the picture, his face looked stuck on the picture with paper glue and it looked fake as......not the kind of picture conducive with his background and his perceived future. Again, not buying it.

At the initial court hearing for the suspect we hear that:

"The application to free the teenager from custody pending his trial in June was taken at a 90 minute hearing in chambers at Manchester Crown Court in an unusual legal move. Bail applications are usually held in public and can be reported". Not this one though eh?

Lastly, in relation to Jodie, the media rolled out the local Councillor or Mayor of Romford. I think he was called Pritel or Prittal. An Indian male in his late 60s and barely able to speak English. However, again, we are meant to believe he knew them well. He was eulogising about 'them' as lovely children and how he personally knew them. Sorry, again, doesn't make sense. Likelyhood of knowing them personally - slim to none.

Too many inconsistencies and question marks and nothing making sense.

Look no further than Alesha McPhail and your own reported concerns about anomolous material.

Peace to the humans.


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