What is this if not a clear case of government employees giving kids drugs in order to make them more docile and compliant? Kids are being trained to live in a world in which the state drugs people to keep them in line. There’s nothing new about teachers prescribing drugs; what’s interesting here is the sheer number of kids in the U.K. being doped up by representatives of the state.
Teachers have been blamed for the record number of children prescribed ‘chemical cosh’ drugs such as Ritalin.
There are now some 650,000 eight to 13-year-olds on the drug or its equivalents.
This marks an astonishing rise, up from 92,700 in 1997 and just 9,000 in 1990, according to NHS figures.
Yesterday it emerged the vast majority of the children were given the potent drug on the instruction of their teacher.
Critics say staff are too quick to dish out drugs if their pupils get restless – in an effort to keep control of the classroom. And experts warned of the damage inflicted on ‘developing minds.’
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