Graveyard Vandalism...Again!

#21
Unfortunately when they get them, they will claim that as children of now, they had no idea what they were doing and didn't realise it was so reprehensible.no doubt the national corriculum teaches them that all old soldiers were oppressors to the free nation's of the commonwealth and probably had something to do with slavery as well. When your schoolteacher has done nothing more than attend some rallies against whatever shit cause was in fashion in their time, they will never reach you the sacrifice made.
Right oh, Gramps, inside please as tea is being served. Remember that vandalism was only invented by Millennials and teachers are the 5th column of CPUK.

Probably drink/drugged youth who had (a) no idea what they were doing and (b) in consequence of that state had no idea what they were smashing.

Despicable? Yes. Scrotes that should get a hiding/beasting/forced to do national service? No - because none of those are a lawful punishment. Fault of the education system? No.
 
#23
Unfortunately when they get them, they will claim that as children of now, they had no idea what they were doing and didn't realise it was so reprehensible.no doubt the national corriculum teaches them that all old soldiers were oppressors to the free nation's of the commonwealth and probably had something to do with slavery as well. When your schoolteacher has done nothing more than attend some rallies against whatever shit cause was in fashion in their time, they will never reach you the sacrifice made.
Curriculum, Nations, Commonwealth, teach.
Last school I was in had 8 Banner tours and 2 Telics among the staff. None of them wore tweed jackets with leather elbows.
 
#25
Curriculum, Nations, Commonwealth, teach.
Last school I was in had 8 Banner tours and 2 Telics among the staff. None of them wore tweed jackets with leather elbows.
There was a Guardian 'Secret teacher' article criticising a curriculum "trying to improve outcomes in a limited range of subjects". "Teachers are under pressure to improve outcomes for reading, writing and maths, particularly in year groups where Sats are the only tool for assessing children."

We never had a problem with a wide range of subjects, music, drama or art, nor did schools skimp on instilling old fashioned respect and civility.

This recent vandalism of Shipley war graves may not have been kids and we've never had any local war graves vandalised, fortunately. The CWGC is also pretty good at renewing worn-out headstones in the region. Community payback schemes do the gardening. After years of dogs fouling and running all over graves, various people boozing and treating cemeteries like squats, and black rubbish bins full of stinking dog **** - there are new signs, fines and restrictions in place. Good to see.

It wasn't just feral kids and bums trashing the cemeteries, most of them were ordinary joe public. There's a lot wrong with society when idiots are fouling and trashing war graves or any graves, you don't have to be old and decrepit to know that.
 
#26
Right oh, Gramps, inside please as tea is being served. Remember that vandalism was only invented by Millennials and teachers are the 5th column of CPUK.

Probably drink/drugged youth who had (a) no idea what they were doing and (b) in consequence of that state had no idea what they were smashing.

Despicable? Yes. Scrotes that should get a hiding/beasting/forced to do national service? No - because none of those are a lawful punishment. Fault of the education system? No.
I doubt drink or drugs were the issue. You don't go out on a bender with a sledgehammer.

Only military graves were targeted. It doesn't take a genius to work out the likely perps.
 

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