Friday, 18 March 2011

No tick-box for 'innocent children' in Denbigh, Wales

One of our Welsh members has written to tell us that he has been informed that Denbighshire County Council are carrying out a survey amongst children in all it's schools. He has discovered that it is actually being carried out by the Welsh Assembly! He says:
"Questions include: White people can not trust black and ethnic minority people: (agree/disagree). Black and ethnic minority people should feel inferior when white people are around:(agree/disagree).The children don't have to write their names so in theory it is confidential. BUT they do have to put their date of birth, their class number and gender. Any children that put in the 'wrong' answers can be traced, and therefore they and their families will become known to the government! Just 8 weeks before the assembly election! It would seem they are trying to work out our chances of winning a N. Wales list seat and how much effort they need to put in to combat us."

After filling in the box identifying them the children are asked to read the following statements, then circle their responses to each: strongly agree; agree; undecided; disagree; strongly disagree.
The 5 questions are:

1. Black and ethnic minority people always want their rights to be put ahead of white people.
2. White people cannot trust black and ethnic minority people.
3. Black and ethnic minority people do not get as much respect from white people as they deserve.
4. Some white adults tell their children the wrong things about black and ethnic minority people.
5. Black and ethnic minority people should feel inferior when white people are around.

Isn't that sick, fascist even? Threatening and divisive too.

I do hope no Council in Leicestershire follows suit with this creepy method of intimidating young children, with elections coming up soon.

To parents; check what your children are being made to do in the name of 'diversity' and 'equality'. Their education may not be that innocent.

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