Gordon Brown is trying to indoctrinate the kids again, with
NuLab political propaganda over taxation. Study packs sent to classrooms have
been dubbed a sinister attempt to indoctrinate youngsters about the
The Red Box course, costing £500,000, outlines how the Treasury works for
children as young as seven with primary school teachers urged: “Show them a
picture of the Chancellor.”
Pupils are then told that the Chancellor is “a very important member of the
Government” and has a “very difficult job”.
This is simple ‘Great
Leader’ communist style indoctrination of children.
In a preface, Mr Brown claims the pack teaches “the purpose of taxation” and
“why we all have to pay tax”. Other issues include “how tax pays for essential
public services” and “the consequences to society of tax evasion”. But critics
point out that the teaching programme does not include sections on Government
waste or tax cuts.
They also note that its cost has soared to more than
£500,000, including £107,000 for consultants to design a website and £42,000 to
produce a video about the Treasury.
It is apparent that this scheme has been operating for 5 years,
but has only just come to light, with the website receiving over seven and a
half million visits in its first two and a half years.
produced more than 8,000 study packs since the the study aid was launched five
years ago for citizenship lessons. Matthew Elliott, from the TaxPayers’ Alliance,
said: “Gordon Brown is known to be a control freak but nobody would have
suspected he has micro-managed the curriculum to promote himself and to spread
propaganda about his failed policies.
NuLab – Destroying Britain
from the inside out.