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NZ Youth Crisis

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 11:50 am Sun 26th March 2023

Recently there has been some debate about youth crime mainly because of the number of ramraids on retail shops.

The escalating crime has been met with denials, misinformation and false reporting of gun crimes and ram raids.

In the broader context yesterday’s protest brought out a different neighbourhood of thug who has some reason to not participate in society in what we might describe as a normal and acceptable fashion.

Has the Fabian model produced a chain reaction over a period of time with, fatherless children, failed education, school absenteeism, a lack of life opportunities?

How do young adults unlearn the path our society has put them on?

How do we unwind what we did wrong?

7 Responses to “NZ Youth Crisis”

  1. Evan Myers says:

    The Globalists haven’t given up.

    The pushback has won a temporary reprieve but the assault on a free life continues.

    Looking at what TOP is proposing with their Teal Card for children up to age 30 the conflict has simply put up a different face with a new person.

    Rather than left or right as the accepted model we have seen in NZ since post World War politics gave us our current model what we’re seeing now is on one hand these Freedom parties, the biggest of which is DemocracyNZ and the parliamentary parties and Winston First, sorting out how they morph into this new landscape.

  2. DJ Ward says:

    What are the solutions, the damage is done.
    Once society makes adults, it’s to late.
    So this generation, is not magically going to change.
    It will take a new generation, to see change.

    This is no good, for the boys or girls.
    The boys wrecking lives, with offending.
    There own, and those around them.
    If they are more violent, girls get more violence.

    Society indoctrinates boys, they are offenders.
    It is always boys, offending against girls.
    It’s a one sided conversation, only boys are examined.
    If your an offender anyway, why not offend.

    What does society offer boys, for being good.
    A promise, of no rights over conception.
    A guarantee of no false accusation, or female violence.
    And that what they earn, can’t be stolen.

    It seems the good boy, is still treated as bad.
    Better yet watch what happens, treat them as prey.
    Certainly you get the equal, and opposite in return.
    Society is to blame, society made them offend.

  3. DJ Ward says:

    What happens in education, happens to youth.
    Not often we get figures, for performance.

    So a third of students, fail completely.
    It’s not like level 1, is complicated.
    How does that happen, to a student.
    And what does that mean, in there lives.
    All they can get, is low paid jobs.
    Hopefully get lucky, with social skills and business.

    Half the time, a student gets UE.
    So getting UE, also means an average IQ of 100.
    The average NZ child, can get UE.
    So level 1, should have very few fail as a standard.
    More must be going wrong, for a third to fail.

    Was it literacy or numeracy, or comprehension of ideas.
    After all the years of education, why is there any failure.
    Are we testing to harshly, or is it inevitable.
    To be able to get UE, it has to be IQ of 100.
    And we have to be honest, failing low IQ due to competency.

    Can we recognise the failing student, early on in years.
    Not trying for level 1, but getting competency in life instead.
    Why try for level 1 when they won’t get it, teach living.
    How to do things in life, like managing money and driving.
    How to job search, and cook good cheap food.
    Parenting classes, teaching friendships and hobbies.
    How to live a good life, even without level 1.

    Where in the results, are the criminal youth.
    All the years of teaching, and that’s a result.

    Who’s next to blame, the parents or culture.

  4. DJ Ward says:

    Most murders, are men killing men.
    Whatever the logic, the murderer thinks it’s ok.
    They must have justified it, to actually do it.
    To strike the blow, to grab the weapon.

    What was the reason, for the young murderer.
    How was it logical to them, to murder.
    There life gets ruined, with a long prison term.
    How was that better, than not committing murder.

    Men defending women, think killing offending men is ok.
    The new male in the women’s life, a fair target.
    The small debt or slight, justified to defend honour.
    A rival or perceived enemy, deserves the outcome.

    What are boys taught, to think murder is an option.
    The endless movies, with plots of retribution.
    Death of extras, placing no value on a life.
    The superhero, can justify all the killing.

    War in Europe, war in Africa.
    I have watched enough Russians, dying in trenches.
    It’s no thing to glorify, to watch a person killed.
    The celebration of success, of young men dying for no reason.

  5. S says:

    @4. Watching superheroes and villians. It gives you a distorted view of who the bad person actually is. These superheroes kill more and do far more damage. Their whole personna is about violence and intimidation. Think of batman and xmen. Marvel franchise generic super hero are all far more violent than anything that could be considered decent and civil.

    I think the real super powers are the people that care and do what they can to make a difference. I think they are completely outnumbered.

  6. DJ Ward says:

    Everything youth hear, is about an enemy.
    The rich or homeless, politicians or nations.
    Climate changers, and pollution makers.
    White vs black and brown, this religion or even the atheists.
    This person is bad to an ideology, destroying them becomes like sport.
    Right or left, the other side is the enemy.
    No matter your side, you are the other sides enemy.

    So who can the youth see, as not the enemy.
    If society is the teacher, where are the good stories.
    Can the young boy, live up to the expectations society makes.
    Himself not labeled in some way, himself also the enemy.
    Logic dictates a result, society the teacher becomes the enemy.

  7. S says:

    @6 if you listen to the mainstream media everyday or see all the billboards and advertising the media does. You will form conclusions like you said. The media is always trying to bait you back into reading and consuming their materials. They cry if you refuse to. The situation is very corrupt. I have no idea whats next on their agenda or what ‘message’ they want to deluver to us. The evil media companies and the government departments they are in bed with.

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