Thursday, November 06, 2008

Factory farmed children

Hundreds of under fives suspended from school.

300 four-year-olds and 120 three-year-olds were given fixed-term exclusions for attacking another pupil, data shows.

Little blighters shouldn't have been there in the first place. The place for kids that young is at home with their mum - not stuffed into child warehouses.

In total, more than 4,000 children aged five and under were handed fixed-period exclusions.

And in 15 years time that'll probably mean 4,000 angry and disillusioned feral young men and women who despise their parents and society. Still, at least it'll keep all the counsellors, youth offender and drugs outreach workers busy.

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