Tuesday, 25 March 2008

Teachers vote to keep Army "Propaganda" out of School.

Paul McGarr, a teacher from east London, is in my opinion, a tw*t. Speaking at the National Union of Teachers conference, this is what he believes Army recruiting materials handed out to school kids should say:

"Join the Army and we will send you to carry out the imperialist occupation of other people's countries".

"Join the Army and we will send you to bomb, shoot and possibly torture fellow human beings in other countries.

"Join the Army and we will send you probably poorly equipped into situations where people will try to shoot or kill you because you are occupying other people's countries.

"Join the Army, and if you survive and come home, possibly injured or mentally damaged, you and your family will be shabbily treated."

I can agree with the last one, the first three however are typical simpering from an ar*ehole who would not be able to spew out such crap if we did not have a martial tradition in this country.

4 comments:

Bretwalda Edwin-Higham said...

I'm concerned with the way servicemen and families are treated. My father was active in this area with war widows. These people should be regarded as national heroes and treated accordingly.

Pablo the Scot said...

Servicemen should be allowed to stand outside schools in uniform and hand out flyers saying:

'Become a teacher and prove the those that can do, and those that can't teach.
Become a teacher and spend 6 hours a day talking unmitigated rubbish.
Become a teacher and poison the minds of an entire generation with socialist rubbish.
Become a teacher and lead the fight against people bettering their lives.'

That would get the teacher's full and undivided attention, and in the case of people who attend NUT conferences, it is the unvarnished truth too!

Daily Referendum said...

James,

You would think so. What happened to our country?

Daily Referendum said...

Nice one Pablo.