There is a radio station in Somalia that has given away assault rifles and hand grenades to children as competition prizes.
Today, 69 per cent of children aged two to five can use a computer mouse, but only 11 per cent can tie their own shoelaces; and more young people know how to play a computer game (58 per cent) than swim (20 per cent) or ride a bike (52 per cent).
In Germany they teach kids how to hide a boner…on TV!
During its war against Iraq, Iran used school-age children to clear the ground for its regular troops by running over minefields.
The youngest person to have been executed in the US was 14 years old. A bible was used to boost him up onto the electric chair, and his trial only lasted 2 and a half hours.
There is an international treaty called the Convention on the Rights of the Child which says all children are born with fundamental rights and freedoms equal to that of all human beings. Only two governments have not signed: The United States and Somalia.
In Wisconsin, a court imposed a punishment where the defendant isn’t allowed to have any more kids unless he shows court proof that he can support them.
Bob Marley had 3 children born to 3 different women in one month.
In an experiment sponsored by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission and Quaker Oats, disabled children were fed oatmeal containing radioactive chemicals. The children were not informed and were told by hospital staff that they were joining a “science club“.