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Britain’s New PC Stasi Blacklisting Preschoolers For ‘Word Crimes’

21st Century Wire says…

Many are not aware that the ‘PC’, or politically correct social movement was not organic at all. In other words, it was planted in western Europe and North America intentionally in the mid 20th century – in order to sanitize language, and then to compartmentalize society and ultimately crush individuality in a gradual process described as a ‘Cultural Marxist Revolution‘.

Since the beginning of the 21st century, the march of political correctness and its parent ideology Cultural Marxism has come out from the shadows, as ‘Cultural Stasi’ foot-soldiers working through institutions like education, attempt their end-run over the last vestiges of individual thought and expression. 

Institutionalized micro-engineer will tell you that ‘race incidents with it’s young children are on the rise’, and that somehow, it’s the children who are ‘becoming more racist’ – when in fact, it is the cultural Marxists’ own pervasive institutional agendas and deceptive programs like “diversity training” and “racial sensitivity training”, and similar educational modules that have injected race into teaching and learning environments – in order to justify the cycle of social indoctrination through a politically correct command-and-control framework laid down for every public institution.

Britain is at the forefront of this modern social engineering overhaul, with secretive, government-sanctioned organization like ‘Common Purpose’ and other operatives embedded throughout British institutions, in hopes of “guiding” society closer towards their vision of a cultural Marxist utopia.

Witness their dark and cynical handiwork in 2015…


Branded bigots at the age of THREE: How thousands of children are being blacklisted by schools

– Alleged offences by some 4,000 pupils were logged in just 13 council areas
– Teachers keep a log of insults such as ‘doughnut’ and ‘fat bucket of KFC’
– Even calling a pupil a ‘girl’ can be classified as abuse, it has been revealed
– Records of a child’s ‘prejudice-related’ behaviour can be passed to next school
– Campaigners warn practice could have consequences for children labelled bigots

Sarah Harris
Mail Online

Children as young as three are being branded racists, homophobes and bigots over playground taunts.

Thousands of pupils are being reported for so-called hate crimes after using innocuous words such as ‘Chinese boy’, ‘Somalian’ or ‘gay’.

Teachers also log insults like ‘doughnut’ and ‘fat bucket of KFC’. Even calling a pupil a ‘girl’ can be classified as abuse. Schools file the incidents for local education authorities. The details are also passed to Ofsted inspectors who are required to assess how teachers deal with bullying. 

Records of a child’s ‘prejudice-related’ behaviour can be passed to their next school, potentially casting a shadow over their secondary education. Alleged offences by more than 4,000 pupils were logged in just 13 council areas – meaning the national total may stretch into the tens of thousands. 

Civil liberties campaigners warned the practice could have serious consequences for any children labelled as bigots.

Josie Appleton, of the Manifesto Club, a civil liberties group, said: ‘Particularly worrying is the expansion of incident recording and reporting to ever-greater categories of prejudice, which seem limited only by the strange imagination of education officials.

‘One primary school pupil calling another a girl suddenly becomes a sign of gender image prejudice, subjected to recording requirements more thorough than accompanying most burglaries. A reality check is urgently required.’

The reporting of racist incidents in schools became recommended practice for local education authorities across the country under Labour. The Coalition government made clear that schools were no longer under obligation to submit these reports to LEAs and should exercise their own judgment in deciding whether to record.

However, data published by the Manifesto Club – and gained under the Freedom of Information Act – shows that reporting and recording has continued and in some cases has been expanded.

The 30 LEAs who recorded the most abuse under Labour were surveyed and 13 continue to collect racist incident reports from schools and six have expanded their recording to include a broader range of ‘prejudice-related’ bullying. The majority say they ask, recommend or encourage schools to keep their own records.

In 2012-13 – the latest available statistics – 4,348 incidents were reported to the 13 LEAs. Of the 1,909 incidents where the age of children involved was specified, over half were in primary schools and astonishingly, four were in nursery schools.

In one case, at a Brighton school nursery, a child aged three or four was the subject of an incident report and given counselling.

Looking at pictures of people with different eye colours he had said ‘yuk not black’ and discarded all the black faces. 


In a primary school in the same city, a group of Year Two children (ages six/seven) were hauled in before their headteacher after a mother had complained they had called her son ‘Chinese boy’ at playtime because they did not know his name.

A spokesman for Brighton and Hove City Council said: ‘We ask schools to record and share details of bullying by type, without identifying the children or young people involved.

21st Century Wire PC Files



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