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Where are the morals of today’s teenagers? In fact, where are anyone’s morals? Although I’m not tarring everyone with the same brush, there seems to be more and more stories circulating these days about animalistic behaviour and the complete disregard for what we used to call morals. In the latest such incident, a 17-year-old boy has just been arrested after two people were caught on CCTV vandalising a defibrillator kit at Buxted football club.


Although the second person, a female, has not as yet been caught, I just can’t get my mind around why they should do such a thing, especially in view of the previous days on the pitch cardiac arrest of Danish footballer Christian Eriksen during his side’s Euro 2020 game against Finland. I really hope that for once the book is thrown at this scum, far too many times they are let off with a slap on the wrist, and wander off laughing at the parody that used to be justice.


What will it take? Deaths as a result of their actions? Well, even that seems to cut no ice with the judiciary. In fact, you get bigger sentences for theft of money that the theft of a human life.


We’re all responsible for allowing the broken morals of a few to dictate the degeneration of our societies, when will we make a stand and make a statement of intent?

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