Right so it was a lovely sunny day in the heart of my lovely 'british' country. I had the responsibility of picking my cnut of a brother up from school. A slightly obese fat lady appeared at the classroom door chewing her nicotine gum in blind view with her staff badge dangling between her saggy pair of nockers. I overheard her mention to one of the many single council estate mother's something about 'International Day' coming up. I had a quick thought about what that would be and then let it slide - further distracted by how poorly controlled the little cnuts were when leaving. Then my little cnut brother strolled out, shirt untucked, shoes talking, and tie wrapped around his head like a japanese suicide vet from the pearl harbour era. He handed me a letter titled 'International Day following Ghana Week'. The letter further imformed parents that the entire school would be celebrating Ghana Week with their 'link school in Ghana' by learning the ashanti tribe language, Ghana dance and singing, music from Ghana and attempting to read Ghana literature etc etc. Take to note, this is for the whole next week with 'International Day' being celebrated on the Friday. So whilst walking back, about to deliver the little cnut to his mother, I became irrate. I know the school never celebrated St Georges Day, nor Armed Forces Day this year. So why Ghana Week? How is Ghana week educational or beneficial to my little cnut brother's future career? I even asked my brother what he learnt at school today. He said he had a 'fun day' where they listen to music and draw posters. So anyway, aside from this, going back a year. A friend of mine (in the same local area to the school) was told by police to take down the St Georges Cross flag he put up on St Georges Day because 'it offends other races'. Google doesn't even pick up 'Ghana Week' as being in existence yet the school somehow has the right to celebrate it? I'm offended. So point to this tale and the question I'd like to ask, should I do something about this 'formally'? I have to now say, I can understand servicemen coming back from tour and lashing out at other races. Especially if they've lost a friend fighting for this country, already have rensentment towards poor pay and domestic living then see it full of foreign nationals.