All Of You, Everywhere, Can Help Wreck This EurocRat ‘Survey!’

Get into this fast and screw it up!

It’s a nonsensical ‘survey’ asking ‘children’ what they think.

As you will see, it is run by and for Europhiliacs and supranationalists.

Notice, please, the deliberate attempts at mystification – ‘Europe Kids Want’ – as if ‘kids’ have to ‘want‘ some sort of ‘Europe’ and as if the EUSSR were a synonym of Europe.

We know the Commissars in Brussels are committed to indoctrination of the young.

Euro-Commissar -Your Kids WILL”Develop A European Identity!” 

A European education for youngsters to make them “engaged citizens with a strong sense of belonging” to the EU was a paramount importance..”


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EU education commissioner Tibor Navracsics


And now it’s more of YOUR money, your taxes, to spend on MORE brain-washing of children – nothing new, of course, so not surprising, though as appalling as it was when they were churning out this junk –

Captain Euro and the EU’s Totalitarian Propaganda War on Kids 


This latest insult to your ( and any smart kid’s) intelligence openly advertises the arrogant assumption that the young in European nations –

– are strongly committed to and understand the values underpinning European integration.



The presumptuous prigs who issued the pronunciamento below deserve to have their ‘survey’ subverted.


All YOU need to do is take the survey, regardless of your age, or even whether you’re in Europe or not – just to hedge their bets, they have opened it up to ‘children outside the EU’– maybe with an eye to all those rapacious ‘unaccompanied minors?’

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So I hope every populist, patriot, conservative and nationalist, age 9 to 99, who reads this, in any and every part of the world, will enter the survey, pump in a load of contrarian answers…

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 – and their results will thereby be rendered meaningless.

Child Rights Manifesto

Children and young people are fully fledged stakeholders in Europe’s future. They represent a key constituency not only because they have more at stake when it comes to decisions on their future, but also because they are strongly committed to and understand the values underpinning European integration.

As European leaders debate the future of Europe, an online survey invites children and young people to share their views on the Europe they want. The survey, entitled ‘the Europe Kids Want’ is a joint initiative by UNICEF and Eurochild. Topics covered include children’s experience of family-life, school, and society as well as their thoughts on Europe.

A survey for children and young people

The survey is open to children of all ages until 21 September. While targeted at children and young people living in the European Union, responses from children outside the EU are also welcome. The survey will be available in at least 19 languages. It takes an average of 7 minutes to complete. No personal data is gathered.

The survey has been developed by children’s rights experts, and tested with focus groups of children themselves. The questions are written in child-friendly language in order to especially encourage responses from under 18-year-olds.

Schools and other bodies working with children and young people are encouraged to use the guidelines to stimulate in-depth discussions on the questions. (Guidelines coming soon.)

Complete the survey in your preferred language by 21 September.


…as if the EUSSR were a synonym of Europe…

…which is certainly NOT the case!

It is basically ideological child abuse, especially the questions – or rather the answers – about the EU.



You can enter, no matter your age, and answer all the questions – you’ll find when you get to those on the EU that there is not one option for respondents to say they think their ‘European Project’ is an evil which should be extirpated.


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I have already worked – wrecked – my way through it, despite many decades having elapsed since I was in any sense a child.

If everyone on my mailing list takes part, that will knock out any validity they try to claim in terms of what ‘children’ may or may not want.