Monday, March 5, 2012

Young children expelled for drug dealing.

It's no wonder over a 100 people a day are leaving this cess-pit nation for Australia.Our false political leaders are egomaniac selfish creeps who couldn't give a hoot about the terrible plight of our vulnerable children, We look set to stay world champs at child abuse. Maori elders and the authorities are far too busy rorting the system to care about kiwi kids. Every-time I see John Key in the presence of the criminal Helen Clark I think why doesn't the public have a right to know what sordid secrets these two immoral creeps hide. Politicians in this country make my skin crawl because they are nothing more than lying socialist scavengers. In our school play grounds the drugs run and kiwi society says she'll be right mate. Get on a plane mate. This country is stuffed.

A seven-year-old boy and an eight-year-old girl were among thousands of children expelled or suspended for bringing drugs and alcohol to school last year.

Secondary Principals Association president Patrick Walsh says offenders are getting younger and tougher penalties for parents are needed.

Last year 241 students were expelled for drug offences, and 2174 suspended – 298 of them 12 and under. In a 2010 case, a 12-year-old took a kilogram of cannabis to school to sell, reportedly for a family member.

“Nearly always they come from dysfunctional homes where substance abuse is rife,” Walsh said. “We take a light-handed approach but those parents need to be accountable.”

He was concerned at a trend towards younger students using drugs and violence, or sexually assaulting others. Schools could try to modify behaviour but much of that work was undone in the home.

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