The Hypocrisy of Jack Straw – teach Nationalism in our schools

The latest in a
line of politicians trying to tell us how
important the ‘War’ on terror has become, is now likening it to the Civil War, Magna Carta and World War II in a
vain attempt to foster National Socialism in our schools.
 

The Commons
leader said a stronger sense of “Britishness” and its roots in
democracy was needed, to challenge those opposed
Britain's core values.   What he really means is Nationalism.

Some rights and
responsibilities were a non-negotiable part of being a British citizen, he said
in a speech.  We wish he had thought of
that before he began to strip away our rights. 

From
the man who engineered most of the laws that have taken away our rights and
freedoms this is rich, the same man who now wants our children to be taught the
way of NuLabour in our schools.

Mr Straw welcomed
an announcement from Education Secretary Alan Johnson that secondary school
pupils up to the age of 16 would be taught about shared values and life in the
UK in citizenship Nationalism
lessons. 

The same laws
were passed in Germany in the 1930’s, because they knew, just as our present
day politicians know, that if you capture the hearts and minds of our children,
the most vulnerable in our society, fill them with political values, then you
have won.

These children
will become the NuLab storm troopers of the future. The Hitler Brown
youth.

 

National Socialism all over again…..

 

 


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