The Guardian has called for new totalitarian laws that require the mandatory reporting of victimless sex crimes.
Teachers and doctors will face criminal sanctions if they fail to report concerns that children are being abused, under controversial proposals to be discussed in a government consultation.
The clamour for changes to the UK’s child protection law has been growing since the Jimmy Savile scandal, which exposed how the DJ abused hundreds of young victims at institutions across the country. It emerged that, despite the fact that many people had concerns about Savile’s behaviour, very few raised them with the authorities.
In response, the government will shortly announce a 12-week consultation on the mandatory reporting of abuse – in what is being described by supporters as the biggest and most important debate around child protection measures for decades.
The vile newspaper tries to give the oppression that it is giving an unbiased account of what people want. However, it is only quoting from lunatic “survivor” organisations such as Mandate Now and NSPCC (who’s CEO, Peter Wanless earns an astronomical £162,000pa taken out of donations). The newspaper also deliberately lies by pretending that it is requiring only reporting of ‘abuse’ whatever that is. However, what the feminist newspaper is actually wanting is mandatory reporting of consensual sex. They want schools to report on teenage boys who kiss teenage girls in their classes. This is the same kind of law as enacted in Nazi Germany to require people to report on Jews.
My view is that any politicians passing this law should be brought before The Hague and executed for crimes against humanity.