Friday, 15 October 2010

CHILDREN FROM BROKEN HOMES MORE LIKELY TO HAVE BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS!


Children from broken homes are twice as likely to develop serious behavioural problems, according to one of the biggest ever studies of British youngsters.
Researchers who tracked nearly 13,500 children from birth to age seven found living with a single parent or step-parents doubled a youngster’s risk of developing emotional problems, poor behaviour and hyperactivity.


Are you really trying to tell me that once again, we have paid some idle fuckers to do some study into behavioural problems when they could have gone to any sink estate in the country and parked their car at the shops for half an hour.  FUCK ME!

17 comments:

banned said...

I think you will find that this study was funded by OBOff or Office Of The Bleedin' Obvious which was notably absent from yesterdays 'bonfire of the quangos' (for which Camerons coalition stole the script from Yes Minister S2 E4, circa 1980, copycot cunts).

Dark Lochnagar said...

Banned, how much has it cost us to pay for these fuckers, doing a study over 13 years. Fucking hell, fortunes. I wonder how many pople were involved in it? 20, 30? All getting £40k+ per year. It's fucking criminal. As bad as that Polish cunt, MacShane.

Harbinger said...

Divide & Conquer DL. That's what it's all about. Like I said, we backed the wrong side in WW2 and we are now paying for it. Ironic when one comes to think that the very people who fled Germany, came to the West for sanctuary and set about planting explosives for future detonation within.

It is obvious that if children grow up in broken homes they will be broken individuals. Hell, I'm broken and I grew up with both parents, there, but not there if you know what I mean? I never knew my old man. Lived with him all my life, he never spoke to me much. He was there but that was about it. So I know from personal experiences that parents are instrumental in creating a solid foundation for children. I'm just said I'm not growing up with mine, but again, not my fault, as the women simply wanted kids but no family to go with it......

I think we can take some positivity out of this though because it seems that people are now waking up to the overall bigger picture DL and seeing with their own eyes the demolition of their society. Who knows what will happen, but all I know is that from the mad people I know who happily go out fighting on the weekends, when they find out that they've been getting fucked up the arse and their future's fucked with pretty much a hellish future, then I reckon that's when the shit will hit the fan. I'd hate to be a copper, that's all I'm going to say.

I am Stan said...

G`day,

Its very sad for the child,some men are just too weak and immature to keep their family together!

Dark Lochnagar said...

Harbingers, Fathers of at lest my generation if not yours, didn't do the 'touchy feely' shite you get nowadays. My father had a shop and I remember him having to go to the shop on Christmas day because it was open a half day. Fuck me, now they're taking a three month break when their baby is born. If I did wrong I got my arse smacked for it and it never did me any harm as I think I have grown up as a balanced individual and at least a decent husband if not a father. This lefty shite came in with the EU, about not hitting your children and banning the belt in school. I had a physics teacher in third year who gave me two of the belt before the class even started every time I went in for about a month, because he knew I was going to do something stupid or to show off and he didn't want the class disrupted. Best teacher I ever had and I credit him with setting me on the right road to scholastic achievement.

I hope we are waking up, but personally, I doubt it. They just want to sit and watch their shite from the box and keep their jobs and keep their heads down. There are no me of action any more and I use the word 'men', advisedly.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Stanners, that comment is unworthy of you.

I am Stan said...

Mmmm,

My comment was not directed at Harbinger if thats what you mean DL,Harby is obviously not weak or immature,I dont know the circumstances of his break ups, I dont want or need to know.

Having said that,I can be as low down and as mean as a rattle snake in a gutter if my bloods up...of course I prefer to raise my game to the lofty heights of enlightenment...;)

I am Stan said...

besides Harby make good sport of tearing me a new one so dont sweat it!

I am Stan said...

My comment was not intended to offended you Harby,reading it back to myself I can see it was ill timed and clumsy..sooooo if I have caused offense I apologize.

I am Stan said...

HARBY!!!....SAY SOMTHIN!!!

Harbinger said...

Stan, you're a cunt!

Dark Lochnagar said...

Stanners, the very fact that you have commented four times, convinces me of your need for atonement. I accept your apologies as the blog owner! Whether Harbinger will ever talk to you again, I don't know.

Harbinger said...

DL,

My dad, were he alive today would be 85 this year, so I reckon he was from your generation. He was 45 when I was born, unlike some fathers today, in their early teens.

I got belted all over the place. Sometimes it was for doing wrong but others just because - bad mood I suppose. At school I got the belt. The belt when I was at school was as common as lines today and you got it, you got it. It instantly knocked the rowdy and cocky down to size. We also had fights in the school playground, no one ever got seriously hurt (only their pride), no one suspended or expelled and friendships were founded because of it. After all if you were the second best fighter in the school who'd made friends with the best, then you were both not to be messed with.

It's amazing but since I removed the box, all I do is educate myself and go for long walks. The TV is now totally alien to me now and what's on even more so. I never watch it. I find it unimportant, but then having lived in London and associated with the dross that passes itself off as entertainment today, then I have better reason than others to switch off.

Harbinger said...

I am Stan,

I don't take any offense. Why? Firstly because I know that regardless what I did, there would never be a family and secondly I respect people's opinions and their freedom to form them. Sure we'll disagree and?

However on saying that I disagree when you say:

"some men are just too weak and immature to keep their family together!"

Most (if not all) fathers without a family I know are in the position because the mothers didn't want them. And I have seen both sides of the coin. People go through hard times in life and you're there to support one another, but in today's society, guaranteed that were women not able to have child benefits, tax credits, nursery care cost reduction and council houses, then they'd have no choice but to stay with the bread winner and do their duty as a good mum and loving partner. I know many men who were top blokes, good fathers, whom one day came home and found out that their partners didn't want a relationship anymore and wanted them out. They were heart broken, not only that a few committed suicide through grief and from not being able to cope with child maintenance from the CSA.

There are some fathers, I won't deny that don't want families and are selfish, but from experience, I've seen that the benefits are there for single mothers to be single, or move from partner to partner like a frog on a lily pad. It is they who sadly f*ck up their children's heads with their selfishness. But then this has all been planned and the state promotes it.

Women simply have it too good, have far too much support and are geared towards single parenthood by the state, for the sole reason that the state wants to be dad and create a society of mindless automatons.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Harbingers, Aye he would have been of that generation, maybe slightly older. I think my father would have been 95 now and he didn't marry until he was in his forties either. I can't say I ever got belted unless I warranted it, but I do remember the first time I belted him back, the look of surprise on his face as a picture, but I was 18 and he'd drunk too much, so he asked for it. No, kids stood up for themselves in those days, they weren't the pampered darlings you get now. If I'd have told my Father I was getting bullied, he'd have told me to belt the bastard and THAT ALWAYS worked IMO.

The state is bent towards the woman. They want to kick that fucker Germaine Greer out and deport her back to Australia along with that cunt that plays the digeredoo!

Harbinger said...

DL,

So you see, although I'm quite a bit younger, we both come from the same generation, which makes it even harder for me today, because all my life I associated with people at least 20 years older than myself. I can't and never really have connected with people of my own age group. This is why I speak as I do of the UK and history and Britishness, because I come from that generation.

As for Germaine Greer of late saying for women to name and shame rapists online, she really needs her head checked. Forget fucking her off to Australia, I'm sure most Aussies are glad she's here, but even better, fly her over the pacific and drop her from a hercules with no parachute. As for the cunt that plays teh didgeridoo, is that no Germaine also? ;)

Dark Lochnagar said...

Harbingers, not unless the cow's grown a beard, mind you it will go with her baws.