January 3, 2014
Children as young as three are now being persecuted by the state for making innocent statements about race and gender, The Daily Mail reports. Thousands of young children have already been reported for hate crimes to the local education authorities by their zealous cultural Marxist teachers.
The use of common English words such as “girl,” “Chinese,” “Somalian” or “gay” by a White boy will ensure the child is marked down as showing ‘prejudice-related’ behavior. The practice was supposed to have been stopped by the coalition government, but the keen anti-racist teachers have just carried on doing it anyway.
More than 4,000 pupils were spied on and reported as being hate-criminals in just the 13 council areas looked at, which means nationally thousands of children could be having this mark put on their record, which is then carried on to their next school and possibly held for even longer.
Josie Appleton of the Manifesto Club, a civil liberties group, had this to say about it: “Particularly worrying is the expansion of incident recording and reporting to ever-greater categories of prejudice, which seem limited only by the strange imagination of education officials. One primary school pupil calling another a girl suddenly becomes a sign of gender image prejudice, subjected to recording requirements more thorough than accompanying most burglaries. A reality check is urgently required.”
Children are born racist, with a love for their own people and a fear of other races. This is quite natural and is there to ensure that the child does not put itself in any unnecessary danger.
Punishing children for this and trying to brainwash them into behaving differently is sick and twisted. However with a bit of luck, that feeling of righteous indignation a child feels at such an injustice as this will be carried over into when they become an adult.
It did for Craig Bodecker, who then went on to make the film ‘A Conversation about Race.’