UK Govt. Labels School Kids Racists, Homophobes

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
09/20/2011
       
UK Govt. Labels School Kids Racists, Homophobes

The British Department of Education labeled at least 50,000 school children in Britain as racists and homphobes, the Daily Mail has reported in two stories since January.  At least 20,000 three- and four-year-old racists, the government apparently believes, are a major threat on the sceptr’d isle.

The newspaper stories detail the contents of two reports from the Manifesto Club, a group that has twice gathered information from the British Department of Education, which keeps an Orwellian watch on children and what they say to each other.

Indeed, the law in England requires schools to track every possible negative utterance that comes out of a child's mouth.

2010 Data

The data fro 2010, the Mail reported, shows that the schools have labeled nearly 35,000 children 11 years old and younger as intolerant bigots. And their names are on file.

The British Department of Education labeled at least 50,000 school children in Britain as racists and homphobes, the Daily Mail has reported in two stories since January.  At least 20,000 three- and four-year-old racists, the government apparently believes, are a major threat on the sceptr’d isle.

The newspaper stories detail the contents of two reports from the Manifesto Club, a group that has twice gathered information from the British Department of Education, which keeps an Orwellian watch on children and what they say to each other.

Indeed, the law in England requires schools to track every possible negative utterance that comes out of a child's mouth.

The data from 2010, the Mail reported, shows that the schools have labeled nearly 35,000 children 11 years old and younger as intolerant bigots. And their names are on file.

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