A primary school headteacher has resigned after Muslim parents protested over plans to scrap separate faith assemblies for their children.
Soon after taking over at the school Julia Robinson told staff she wanted to hold assemblies for all pupils, which would encompass all faiths.
To be expected in this so called multi-cultural society, no? Encouraging different cultures and faiths to interact, for the sake of ‘community cohesion.’
Mrs Robinson was accused of being racist and following the complaints she was away from her post for most of last year.
She was due to make a phased return to her duties this term. But again there were protests from some parents when they heard she would be coming back.
It isn’t possible to be racist towards a religion, because religion isn’t a race.
A member of staff who asked not to be named said: ‘The headteacher inherited the separate assemblies when she started the job and she took careful advice from the authority on what to do about them.
‘But when she tried to stop them, feeling they did nothing to promote inclusiveness, she was accused of being a racist.
She she is right. It does nothing to promote inclusiveness, but I suppose these Muslim parents can’t stand the idea of their superior children having to sit near kaffirs. Who knows, they may actually make friends with kids from different cultures!
This incident serves as the true nature of cultural Marxism (multi-culturalism). In reality it is a one way street. Politically protected groups are given superior rights over others and accusatory statements are made, not because they are true (in this case it isn’t technically possible) but because this group wishes to impose their views on everyone else. It would seem that only non-British traditions, culture, beliefs, language, identity are given this sort of preferential treatment by the state.
One would think the government is trying to destroy Britain.