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Saturday 28 March 2015

State guardians


The SNP state Guardians at work.

The text below came from the parent of a child at school in Aberdeen. 

At lunchtime today I received a phonecall at work from my youngest daughter, who is almost 13 and who is in S1 at an Aberdeen Secondary school.

She told me that she had been taken out of her class after being “given an appointment” with the School Nurse. Neither she nor I had any prior knowledge of any appointment therefore I was interested to know more.

She had been advised that the appointment was for “a little chat” – however the “nurse” was not anyone she had seen before – i.e. not the usual School Nurse.

The “little chat” was actually a list of probing and very personal questions about my daughter’s home life as opposed to her health as follows:

Who do you live with?

Do you get on with your sister?

Where do your other siblings live – do they live nearby?

Do your parents work? What jobs do they do?

Do you have any pets?

How many pets?

Do you sleep well?

When my daughter answered YES to this question the nurse said: “…so no bed-wetting then?”

Have you started your menstrual periods?

Do you feel safe and secure in your home?

Do you feel loved and cared for?

Are you listened to?

If you have a problem who would you go to? My daughter replied she would go to either parent – and this was met with “but it would be your Mum if it was about puberty etc yes?”

Do you have a good relationship with your parents?

Can you talk to them – etc. etc?

My daughter said to me that she felt very uncomfortable and taken aback at the questions.

Me? Well I was absolutely RAGING!

I telephoned the school and the “Lead Nurse” called me back “to explain and address your concerns”. The woman talked to me in a tone which suggested she thought I was a complete idiot, intimidated by bureaucracy – that misapprehension was swiftly corrected!

I asked why I had not been contacted to give my consent. “Oh but you gave consent for that when you signed up to the core programme…” WTF?

She then mentioned SHANARRI (safe, healthy, achieving, nurtured, active, respected, responsible, included) and GIRFEC “Getting It Right For Every Child” – followed by a spiel about the Named Person – all of these being the euphemisms for the SNP’s plan for making all Scottish children wards of the State, undermining the role of all Scottish parents, brainwashing our children with vile inward-looking nationalism and consigning the family unit to the dustbin of history.

I was so angry I could barely speak – but I asked for a copy of the notes which had been taken and the boxes ticked during my daughter’s “little chat”. “Oh that’s confidential” replied the nurse “we have to respect your daughter’s confidentiality…”

This is not over by any means – I will obtain a copy of the notes and I intend to ensure that my child is never subjected to this again.

Wake up Scotland and get rid of these NAZIS (because that’s what they are) before they destroy our country and our children.

Incandescent with rage doesn’t even come close.

There you have it, a first hand account of the SNP State Guardians at work.

Of course the rest of the UK will follow like sheep given time.