Thursday, October 30, 2008

Council force children to recite a pledge to gypsies

From the Express.

CHILDREN as young as six were made to recite a pledge to be friendly to gypsies as their parents fought plans for a travel­l­ers’ camp on their doorstep.

So here we have a bunch of parents - whose taxes pay for this council - objecting to a plan by this council to install a camp for "travellers" - who do not pay for this council. And whose side are the council on?

The children – aged six to 11 – were asked to welcome gypsies, and not to bully them.

Right - so the council bully children in to not bullying gypsies. What a mad world we live in!

Villagers in Spooner Row, near Wymondham in Norfolk, are involved in a battle with the council over plans to build a new travellers’ site with eight pitches. Council chiefs last night insisted they knew nothing about the pledge and denied trying to brainwash children.

People wonder why the BNP are doing so well, but it's things like this that demonstrate exactly why they do. The council are there to represent the people who vote for them and pay for them - they are not there to promote the interests of itinerant travellers, immigrants or anyone else who wanders into their area.

Interestingly, although I don't know who runs this council, according to this information the area is predominantly Conservative. Which tells you all you need to know about just how conservative the Conservatives really are - but in case you still don't get it, they are a bunch of liberal progressive, socialist thinking, minority supporting left wingers who don't give a flying fig for the people of Britain.

1 comment:

JuliaM said...

"Which tells you all you need to know about just how conservative the Conservatives really are..."

Agreed.