Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Taught by the state


It's nice to hear that the QCA wants to tell teachers how to do their job. Here they are telling British teachers to denigrate the effects of the British Empire on India. That's the key with undermining British culture. relentlessly pick away at it. Never let up. Just undermine, attack and misinform-constantly.

Of course it may still be better than asking students what a Roman legionary would have made of a 19th century cartoon.

2 comments:

Freedom Fighter said...

Hello Canker!

Happy Christmas and best wishes for the New Year.

This indeed is proof of the old saying..no good deed goes unpunished.

Contrary to popular belief, Britain spent much more on its empire's social welfare than it ever took in.

The British civilized and protected India for centuries, and then gave them their independence in spite of the blatant collaboration with the Japanese by members of the Congress Party.

And now, educrats in Britain want to diminish and belittle that achievement!

Fascinating.and a bit suicidal, given recent events.

Good that you're back..

Regards,

ff

Canker said...

Freedom Fighter,
Thanks for the comment, the greeting and the information. I'd like to post a link to the statistics about social welfare expenditure-any help gratefully received.