“John Stuart Mill wrote in his great 1859 essay On Liberty: ‘The liberty of the individual must be thus far limited; he must not make himself a nuisance to other people.’
Yet every day up and down the land, this vital principle of civilised societies is breached with impunity.
Anyone who reproaches a child, far less an adult, for discarding rubbish, making a racket, committing vandalism or driving unsociably will receive in return a torrent of obscenities, if not violence.
So who is to blame? The breakdown of families, the pernicious promotion of single motherhood as a desirable state, the decline of domestic life so that even shared meals are a rarity, have all contributed importantly to the condition of the young underclass.
The social engineering industry unites to claim that the conventional template of family life is no longer valid.“
Socially draining, the article goes on to call the generation of ‘degenerates’ who are protected by ‘pupil rights’, and do not contribute to society in any way shape or form.
This is the result of a society that is afraid to address the issues of a familial unit breakdown, of a world where consequences don’t exist, and where discipline is not administered on a regular and consistent basis.