more PC Boll0cks

#1
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/6326277.stm

no common sense, no discussion, no apology, in fact no chance to defend himself, it probably wasn't the wisest thing to say but the school's own comment is ludicrous
Bayliss Court Secondary School in Slough said:
The school authorities denied they were being heavy-handed and said their first priority was pupils' welfare.
what welfare ? he isn't sexually abusing them or racially abusing them.

after all this Public and media backlash against pussyfooting around bloody Ethnics, the Lefties are still banging the same old drum, "ooooh we whities are sooo evil"

BNP is loving this and I am rolling my eyes at the lack of common sense. :shakefist:
 
#3
BBC said:
Pupils at the predominantly Muslim school claimed...
So where British analog of Kosovo would be created?
 
#5
What a bunch of fools. Are they really education professionals? They might be in education but I very doubt that they are 'professionals'.

Because anyone who's had any contact with kids know that kids lie. They might not be lying in this instance but on balance the benefit of the doubt should lie with the accused. Because, you know, its his job and livelihood on the line!

Fools...
 
#6
Sven said:
The Lord Flasheart said:
Pupils at the predominantly Muslim school claimed Mr McLuskey said most suicide bombers were Muslim.

Truth hurts I bet.
Truth eh?

Tamil Tigers are muslim I take it?
This is not intended to be taken as accusative, but do you have links to figures on the numbers of suicide bombers from the Tamil Tigers, and the numbers of Muslim suicide bombers?
 
#7
Sven said:
The Lord Flasheart said:
Pupils at the predominantly Muslim school claimed Mr McLuskey said most suicide bombers were Muslim.

Truth hurts I bet.
Truth eh?

Tamil Tigers are muslim I take it?
Tell you what Sven, why don't you pop off and find out how many suicide bombers are or were Muslims.

LTTE are well versed in the use of suicide bombers.

They were the 'leaders' in this method but I would imagine the flip flops are making up ground.

Plus, aren't the Tamils a politico-military organization? Some may well be Muslims. Do you know?
 
#8
My wife is a teacher and unfortunately they have to put up with this b0ll0cks. As a teacher you are not allowed to express an opinion, political, cultural or otherwise in case you influence a child against their parent's wishes. I am not stating that what the teacher here was saying was not true, but it was a bit of a sweeping comment, especially when he was teaching in a predominently Muslim School. I accept that the schools reaction was little knee jerk, but in religious education you are supposed to foster understanding between religions, not introduce the concept that a small minority of a much larger society are acting on behalf of the wider religion. This would focus the children on the more minority extremist parts of the religion instead of the wider more peaceful understanding of Islam
 
#9
"I don't think it's important what I think," said the school's deputy head teacher Ray Hinds.

"It's what the pupils think that were in the classroom at the time. And they were very upset."

Christ, wish it was like that when I was in School.

"Headmaster, Headmaster! I think my History teacher is a cnut and I'm very upset about it!"

"Don't worry, DPM. I'll sack him at once!"
 
#10
Muslims ARE responsible for most suicide bombings, so what he's just been sacked for is educating the pupils.

LTTE are the only other lot big on suicide bombings and I doubt very much their number contains a single muslim. However, LTTE attacks are rather different is that the target is either military or political, rather than just trying to wipe out as many people from whichever group you dislike as you can. It's a big difference.
 
#11
These witch hunts are becoming increasingly common. In some places, any criticism of ethnic minorities is treated as racism. All that's required is an accusation and you're finished.

I used to work for a company where one of the staff went AWOL for 9 months. No sick notes, no explanations - nothing. He just walked out one Friday afternoon and we didn't see or hear from him for 9 months. When the other staff complained about this, they were told by a senior manager "He's black. We can't discipline him because he'll have us for racism."

Crap like this is driving people into the arms of the BNP.
 
#14
ishinryu said:
My wife is a teacher and unfortunately they have to put up with this b0ll0cks. As a teacher you are not allowed to express an opinion, political, cultural or otherwise in case you influence a child against their parent's wishes. I am not stating that what the teacher here was saying was not true, but it was a bit of a sweeping comment, especially when he was teaching in a predominently Muslim School. I accept that the schools reaction was little knee jerk, but in religious education you are supposed to foster understanding between religions, not introduce the concept that a small minority of a much larger society are acting on behalf of the wider religion. This would focus the children on the more minority extremist parts of the religion instead of the wider more peaceful understanding of Islam
The thing is, he denied ever saying those things!

Pupils at the predominantly Muslim school claimed Mr McLuskey said most suicide bombers were Muslim.

But he rejected the allegation and said the school was too quick to sack him without giving him right of reply.
How can you simply fire someone on the say so of some kids without indepth investigation?
 
#15
Great stuff, another example of muslim b*llocks at work and another wad of british non muslims will look at whats happened and think muslims are taking the p*ss, if the muslims keep this up it'll only take a year or so before everyone hates them . yea har as I believe our cousins in the colonies say.
 
#16
Hands up everyone who is a suicide bomber!


I'll just put the rest of what's left in a bucket...
 
#17
Scabster_Mooch said:
ishinryu said:
My wife is a teacher and unfortunately they have to put up with this b0ll0cks. As a teacher you are not allowed to express an opinion, political, cultural or otherwise in case you influence a child against their parent's wishes. I am not stating that what the teacher here was saying was not true, but it was a bit of a sweeping comment, especially when he was teaching in a predominently Muslim School. I accept that the schools reaction was little knee jerk, but in religious education you are supposed to foster understanding between religions, not introduce the concept that a small minority of a much larger society are acting on behalf of the wider religion. This would focus the children on the more minority extremist parts of the religion instead of the wider more peaceful understanding of Islam
The thing is, he denied ever saying those things!

Pupils at the predominantly Muslim school claimed Mr McLuskey said most suicide bombers were Muslim.

But he rejected the allegation and said the school was too quick to sack him without giving him right of reply.
How can you simply fire someone on the say so of some kids without indepth investigation?
It only takes for a pupil's accusation and a teacher is 'relieved of his/her duty' until an investigation is carried out. This happens with permanent teachers. In the case of the substitution teacher, they only pay him on a daily basis with no contract and as such can replace him with another sub. I only hope that this incident has not tarnished this poor guys reputation and stops him from gaining employment elsewhere. Unfortunately the kids have the power in schools nowadays and the little sh1ts know it. I say bring back corporal punishment and and see how many kids make spurious accusations then. I went to school in South Africa and was only caned twice in four years. Certainly taught me respect for my elders and betters.

Unfortunately Mrs Ishinryu is a liberal and doesn't believe in smacking children so she and I will have our differences when disciplining our children. I was thinking of change parades and fence runs at 2 a.m. a'la ATR Winchester.
 
#18
ishinryu said:
My wife is a teacher and unfortunately they have to put up with this b0ll0cks. As a teacher you are not allowed to express an opinion, political, cultural or otherwise in case you influence a child against their parent's wishes. I am not stating that what the teacher here was saying was not true, but it was a bit of a sweeping comment, especially when he was teaching in a predominently Muslim School. I accept that the schools reaction was little knee jerk, but in religious education you are supposed to foster understanding between religions, not introduce the concept that a small minority of a much larger society are acting on behalf of the wider religion. This would focus the children on the more minority extremist parts of the religion instead of the wider more peaceful understanding of Islam
You can express an opinion - but you can not express an opinion as fact, or that that opinion is the only acceptable opinion.

Therefore someone can say "Tony Blair's a bad man, but some people think he's a nice man".

If you like I can find the relevant part in the education act 1996...

school's overreacted but it's not really something that should be said - it has the potential to offend, true or not. How many of those muslim kids are going to be suicide bombers???
 
#19
ishinryu, I cant see why you should have any difficulties with your missus concerning discipline with the kids.

Just cuff the bitch.

I think what the teacher should have said could have been this;

'Okay children, hands up who's parents have been arrested under the Terrorism Act?'.

When the majority of the kids pop their hands up, he should then have asked;

'Does daddy have a sleeveless puffa jacket that ticks and smells of marzipan hanging in the wardrobe?'

When a couple still keep their hands up, he should have finished off with;

'thats why people hate you, you filthy murdering bunch of cunts'.

The reasoning questioning technique at work.
 
#20
crabby said:
You can express an opinion - but you can not express an opinion as fact, or that that opinion is the only acceptable opinion.

Therefore someone can say "Tony Blair's a bad man, but some people think he's a nice man".

If you like I can find the relevant part in the education act 1996...

school's overreacted but it's not really something that should be said - it has the potential to offend, true or not. How many of those muslim kids are going to be suicide bombers???
It's a fact. When did facts become opinions? Are all potentially offensive facts banned in today's schools?
 

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