Today’s governments are forcing us to live in what they believe is a multi-cultural Eutopia, when in fact for many it is a waking nightmare. Immigration is at an all time high and in the very near future traditional British people will be phased out.
For 13 years, Labour has indoctrinated our children through schooling and they are now reaping the benefits with groups such as the UAF set up in our schools, colleges and universities to counter anyone who dares to go against the establishment’s mentality.
Or should that be lack of it?
While adults are hauled before courts on charges of racism, it is our babies, toddlers and youngsters who are now being singled out and re-programmed.
Staff in charge of pre-school children are being guided by Jane Lane’s book, ‘Young Children and Racial Justice’. The book guides nursery teachers to ‘be on alert for children using words such as ‘blackie’, ‘Paki’, ‘those people’ or ‘they smell’ and children reacting negatively to non-traditional foods by saying ‘yuk’.
Staff are also told that ‘no racist incident should be ignored. When there is a clear racist incident, it is necessary to be specific in condemning the action’ and even states that ‘babies cannot be ignored in the drive to root out prejudice’.
The National Children’s Bureau, which receives £12 million a year from government funded organisations and provides the guidance for nursery teachers and play leaders, wouldn’t look amiss in George Orwell’s ‘1984’.
Since when have babies and small children had the capability to be racist?
In recent weeks we have seen many reports of ‘racist’ incidents by children. Here are some examples:
A six-year-old called another child a ‘blackie’ during a playground game. The ‘victim’ didn’t complain but a playground supervisor did. The child was frog-marched to the office, parents contacted and the ‘crime’ logged on local authority files.
A nine-year-old girl calls another a ‘chocolate bar’. Her parents and head teacher are notified and the child is denied play time.
A girl calls a boy ‘white trash’ during a game of football and is entered into the system as a racist.
A teenage girl, who refused to sit with a group during class because they were talking in a foreign language, which she couldn’t understand, is arrested and spent three-and-a-half hours in a police cell. The teacher told her 'It's racist, you're going to get done by the police'.
A six-year-old girl is branded a racist for telling another she had chocolate on her face.
A Down Syndrome teenager, with the mental age of five, was arrested for assault and breach of the peace for pushing an Asian girl.
A nine-year-old boy was rushed to the head master and accused of being racist for saying ‘we’ve got to shoot the German army’ while playing a game with his Polish friend. The deputy head shouted at the boy and said, ‘That's racism’. The boy was forced to apologise to the whole class.
Teachers at a drama school wanting the children to focus on their racial identity and celebrate their differences were horrified when a white pupil asked whether white kids were allowed to be proud of their identity too.
In light of these reports it comes as no surprise that 250,000 three-year-olds have been labelled racist since the 2000 Race Relations Act.
The proof is there that government meddling has created this mess, they see racism where it doesn't exist, but in creating this mass racial hysteria they are playing a very dangerous game.
And it is only going to get worse.