sabato 3 gennaio 2009 Posted by Freddy at 20:18

In Poland, we don’t let our children put their feet on the seats.

Controllando i referrer e gironzolando un po' mi sono imbattuto in un post intitolato "Hooliganism".

Alcuni passaggi:

“In Poland,” said the man on the bus, “we don’t let our children put their feet on the seats.”

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“If the children are on their own, of course, they will put up their feet – it’s the natural instinct to rebel,” the man continued. “But what I can’t understand is why they do it when they are accompanied by a parent. Why don’t the parents stop them from being so selfish?”

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In certain areas of cities, there are gangs of children hanging around outside convenience shops in the evening. Their pastime is to harass and annoy the people working in the shop. Does it ever occur to them that these shop workers are people just like themselves, trying to get by, who don’t need a depressing job made worse by this hooliganism? No, it does not. All they are into is themselves. They show exactly the same ability to empathise or look to the future as an animal.

And what can the shop security do about this? Nothing. That’s why the kids persist. Their parents don’t care. The children know they can’t be touched. What’s the point in chasing them if you can’t do anything once you catch them? What’s the point in calling the Guards? What are the Guards going to do?

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There are two factors here. The first is that there is a tremendous abdication of parental responsibility. You only need a license for a dog, not a child, after all. The second is that the Guards’ hands are tied by a judicial revolving door process. If you have twenty previous convictions, what earthly difference will a twenty-first make to you?

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Qui il post completo.

5 comments:

Aky332000 ha detto...

Visto che la > parte dei kids-scumbag ha genitori scumbags e che vivono col sussidio e/o in case popolari basterebbe ritirare/ridurre il supporto finanziario alla famiglia se il figlio/a caga il cazzo al prossimo [e.g. rubare da spar]. Allora i che "genitori" si darebbero una mossa.

Ovviamente il governo che prenderebbe una tele decisione non sarebbe + rieletto visto che la > parte della popolazione e' composta da scumbags.


Anonimo ha detto...

per la tua collezione : http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/04/business/worldbusiness/04ireland.html?_r=1&ref=business

;-)


andima ha detto...

"You only need a license for a dog, not a child, after all"
ma anche meno, visto che un cane lo porti fuori tre volte al giorno e questo gia' significa tener cura..


andima ha detto...

ah freddy, scusa per il fuori tema, ma hai visto come dublin bus ha fatto a tutti gli auguri di buon anno?
aumentando le tariffe!!! :D
trasporti uguali (ovvero na kiavika) ma sempre piu' cari, mi sembra giustissimo:)

annuncio ufficiale qui: http://www.dublinbus.ie/news_centre/latest_news.asp?action=view&news_id=837


Antonio ha detto...

semplicemente fantastico, mi permetto di linkare a un mio post di cui ritengo più importanti i commenti che il post stesso, per capire la mia opinione in merito.