By Shirley Edwards
February 28, 2014
These are my views as a woman living in England, on how the culture and spirit of my country has changed over 50 years. Why the country does not feel protected or strong any more, how it has lost, and is losing it values and decency, and how we are daily losing our free speech.
When the author Will Self was stopped and questioned by the police whilst out walking with his 11 year old son one summer evening back in August, he decided to write an article on the humiliation and the nightmare of being pulled over and questioned by the police in front of his son based on the assumption that he could be a potential child molester.
Will and his son had been following the family’s love of hiking, often across country; and had stopped to ask a security guard if they could take a short cut across the grounds of a local agricultural college. The guard had flatly refused.
Will was informed that a local person had seen them; been concerned, and had called the police. It later transpired the report had been made by the security guard, who was suspicious on why a man and a young boy were out walking together. They had rucksacks, hiking boots and a map.
When I read Will’s story I thought about how men have become consistently demonized over the years, and wondered if the same concern would have been reported had his son been out walking alone with a woman?
What has happened to the British psyche that sees all men as potential woman and child molesters, and what does this do to young children today growing up? How does it shape our world, when the decency of all men is so under-valued?
Should the security guard have turned a ‘blind eye’ to his conscience?
In his article, Will had smartly summed it all up when he wrote:
“Far from acting as some sort of local hero, the guard had abused a child himself, in particular by exposing my son to the spectacle of his father – who was guilty of nothing – being grilled by the police on the roadside as if he were engaged in a perverse activity”.
I wonder about all of the other young boys and men in the UK Young boys are growing up with a stigma attached to them from the moment they are born, also for having done ‘nothing’. Guilty until they prove otherwise! They are viewed as potential child molesters or rapists. I also wonder about young girls, and the hatred this breeds between the two sexes. As they develop into women do they play a part in supporting the attack on manhood?
Exposed on a daily diet of evil committed against women and children, with some small acknowledgement against abuse towards men; the balance has been allowed to be severely tipped to the detriment of both sexes. We are encouraged to report ‘anything’ and ‘everything’ which may protect another, even if it is only based on an assumption, but are we really concerned about the most vulnerable in our society, and where should we really begin?
The whole promotion of the UK being a country which needs to love and protect children, when our children are now exposed continually to sex and its innuendo’s on a daily basis, via school and media, often under the disguise of ‘education’ and ‘entertainment’ speaks of mankind’s ‘hypocrisy’.
Are our children being ‘groomed’ and ‘desensitized’ for sex in readiness for a time when ‘children’s rights’ kick in to remove completely the age of sexual consent?
With very little exposure to an important issue, euthanasia laws have now been passed in Belgium, which allow children of any age the right to decide on their own fate in relation to their illness. This will eventually spread to all countries which allow euthanasia.
Despite many petitions from concerned citizens, and from those in the medical profession who strongly objected, the law was allowed to be passed under the disguise of ‘human rights’ and compassion. It is a kindness which kills.
It gives glory and permission to the spirit of ‘hopelessness’ rather than encouragement and recognition to the spirit of ‘Hope’. All of us, especially children, require hope and protection.
At the expense of our children, the new law is satirically being called ‘EU thanasia’ and ‘Youth anasia’
Blind Eye or Lazy Eye
We are abusive in so many different ways. We develop a conscience when we are manipulated to see in one way, but blinded in the other eye to the obvious. The lazy eye syndrome however is not always connected to ‘muscle’ weakness. It seems to be connected to a clever ‘thought’ technique which has been used against us removing the ability to truly see what lies underneath the covers and ahead to the future. It blinds us to a hidden agenda.
They are perceptions and thoughts passed on to us which lower the human soul to a low frequency, whilst kidding itself it also stands on some sort of higher ground of ‘fairness’.
The crimes of the late British TV celebrity Jimmy Saville, now known in the UK, to be one of the most prolific sex offenders of our time and who many reported to the police, over a period spanning 40 years supported by evidence; certainly blinded and confused many onlookers. Based on his celebrity status, royal connections and the usual charitable work, Saville, who was awarded an OBE by the queen was an eccentric; a confusing personality who you either loved or hated.
It is only since his crimes have come out into the open, that people now admit they always knew there was something not quite right about the late Jimmy Saville. The obvious had been staring us in the face.
Who turned a ‘blind eye; to Jimmy Saville’s abusive nature, was it one man or many, and why do we turn a blind eye to the antics of media who skilfully use ‘men’ and ‘women’ to prepare children as bait? The BBC have been accused of protecting Jimmy, believed now to be part of a satanic ring involving other influential people in media and government.
If you happen to find yourself flicking through TV channels in Britain, make sure you are trained to be quick on the draw. The grooming process is rampant. Ideally, switch the TV off, lay the remote on the floor, and step well back. The 9 ‘O’ clock watershed is now a signal for anything goes. Advertisements promoting the evening viewing do not count, and if it is one minute past the 9.00 curfew, tough, you have been warned by a system which merely views itself responsible for warning you.
It knows full well you can catch up in the day with what you have missed, and it also understands the nature and the complexity of the ‘prohibited’ in relation to the weak and impressionable.
The Phantom of the Opera, who lived underground, knew exactly how to seduce Christine. His love had a dangerous appeal, exciting, yet destructive.
This year’s opera sees the Embarrassing Illness doctors who will be setting off on a UK road show in an innovative attempt to raise health awareness and de-stigmatise 'embarrassing' body parts and medical conditions.
Dr Christian Jesson and Dr Pixie McMckenn who host Embarrassing Bodies, and use the strap line ‘we are all the same’ are filmed examining patients who are very embarrassed about their intimate medical conditions. Millions of viewers watch as the screen is removed and modesty is kicked out the surgery.
Gok Wan may also get a re-run this year on showing women ‘How to look Good Naked'. Women who are lacking confidence will be shown how to strut their stuff, dressed and undressed, in front of their families and friends. No matter their body size Gok sets about making women look and feel ‘sexy’.
Husbands are often heard to quote how ‘proud’ they are of their wife now that they have more confidence to be naked and provocative.
The Sex Education Show
Hosted by straight-talking Anna Richardson, this series aims to improve the nation's carnal knowledge by offering candid advice on a wide range of sexual issues and problems. The fifth series leads with the results of a massive nationwide sex survey revealing the sexual landscape of Britain - what we're doing, who we're doing it with, and how often.
Female presenter Anna Richardson brings parents up to date with what their kids really get up to.
It possibly omits to the parents what some health professionals get up to in the public schools by issuing their under age children who are 13 with free contraceptives and abortions. Parents in Southampton, Hants, recently discovered that surgically implanted contraceptives had been given to their daughters, aged 13 without their knowledge.
The Sex Education road show visits schools across Britain answering questions about sex and providing much needed no-nonsense sex education.
There are also films about the sexually invisible - from the blind to people with restricted growth. And the series tackles the thorny topic of sexuality and religion.
Was Will Smith correct in his summary of the abuse inflicted on his son?
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Will the perverse activity of sexualizing children be exposed for what it now is or will we continue to turn a blind eye to the obvious all around us.
Being called a prude is better than being called a pervert. Will men and women behave better in showing a good example to our children today and refuse to take part in the de-humanizing process being played upon them.
(Men Behaving Badly. A BBC Television Programme: Men Behaving Badly was the defining sitcom of the 1990s. Seemingly a reaction against the onset of the caring, sharing 'new man', it appeared to revel in a politically incorrect world of booze, burps and boobs.)
© 2014 Shirley Edwards - All Rights Reserve
Shirley Edwards was born and lives in Great Britain. She has always worked in administration, but have also taught and studied complimentary health. In administrative roles, she has worked within The Church of England. She also worked for some years as a volunteer within the hospice movement.
Shirley has an interest in all health issues, loves the British countryside, and enjoys writing. She is thankful for talk radio and loves listening.
Shirley has always been concerned about the loss of freedoms in her country, also the demise of America, a country she loves for the original reasons on which it was founded. She believe in the Pursuit of Genuine Happiness.
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