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Young people who question the Government or media may be extremists
12-02-2015, 01:31 AM #1
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Child protection officials been criticised after warning parents that young people who take issue with government policy or question what they are told in the media may have been radicalised by extremists.

A leaflet drawn up by an inner-city child safeguarding board warns that “appearing angry about government policies, especially foreign policies” is a sign “specific to radicalisation”.

Parents and carers have also been advised by the safeguarding children board in the London Borough of Camden that “showing a mistrust of mainstream media reports and a belief in conspiracy theories” could be a sign that children are being groomed by extremists.


12-02-2015, 01:44 AM #2
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Bolshevism alive and well.
I can practically hear Joseph Vissarionovich laughing hard in hell.

"Conspiracy theories" is a brilliant piece of tactical work.
Seems to work like a charm on a lot of people.

Others get pretty angry, though.
Haha - in the Finnish headlines today:



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