In 2021, in North America, our children are more vulnerable than ever, and we have to protect them!
Child abuse and sexual abuse occur among all socioeconomic, educational, racial and cultural groups, regardless of a country’s economic status or its citizens’ quality of life.
The Federal and Provincial governments added a new challenge with mental health issues, due to the restrictions and lockdowns. Increase in human trafficking adds a further dimension of horror.
In 2021, we must also be aware that asymptomatic testing for COVID 19 at school is an additional child abuse, and public schools are no longer a safe place for our children. On top of the usual brainwashing starting in Grade 5…
PAY ATTENTION TO WHO IS PAYING ATTENTION TO YOUR KID:
- Your corrupt governments, the Ministry of Education, and no elected Chief medical officers of health.
- Social media networks, especially Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and applications such as PokémonGo…
- Someone who undermines a parent’s authority by allowing children (especially pre-teens and teens) to engage in behaviours or activities that a parent does not allow;
- Sex offenders do not usually look “weird”. There is no outward physical appearance to indicate an abuser, and they are experts at hiding their true selves. Sex offenders look “normal”.
- Someone who continually tries to arrange time alone with a child, often with lots of reasons or excuses which exclude you;
- Someone who repeatedly befriends one “outstanding” child, singling them out, lavishing them with extra attention, praise, gifts, affection;
- Someone who insists on being physical with a child (hugging, kissing, tickling, wrestling..), even when the child does not want this physical attention;
- Someone who continually invites children to spend time alone at their home, enticing them with the latest video or computer games, toys, gadgets, etc. – especially an adult who does not have children of their own;
- Someone who repeatedly ignores social, emotional, or physical boundaries or limits and seems to have no boundaries of their own;
- Someone who prefers to spend most of their free time with children and seems to have no interest in age-appropriate relationships or friendships;
- Someone who seeks to isolate the child from others;
- Someone who treats a child as if he or she were older;
- Someone who offers expensive gifts or money to a child for no reason;
- Someone who frequently engages in accidental touching, touching games, or invades a child’s personal space;
- Someone who offers to teach lessons to a child for free as a favour to the parent, when they would normally be paid for this job;
Stand up for your children even if it means standing against the world!
Krav Maga Instructor.