Monday, July 7, 2008

UK Advisory Board Wants Nursery Schools to Spy on Toddlers

In what can only be considered as yet another case of political correctness gone amok, a government funded advisory board in the U.K. is urging nursery schools to tattle on "racist" toddlers.

According to the Daily Mail, toddlers as young as three are to be spied on. Any remarks construed as "racist" are to be reported to local town councils.

The group that came up with this idea of spying on 3-yr-olds is the National Children's Bureau, or NCB. Funded by tax payers, the NCB issued 366 page guide entitled "Young Children and Racial Justice".

The new 366-page guide, Young Children and Racial Justice warned "that 'racist incidents among children in early years settings-tend to be around name-calling-casual thoughtless comments, and peer group relationships'.

It said such incidents could include children using words like 'blackie', 'Pakis', 'those people' or 'they smell'.

Children might also 'react negatively to a culinary tradition other than their own by saying "yuk"."

The guide also claimed that anyone who disagreed with the new plan was also a racist.

DBKP wondered, just who will be making the determination that a toddler's "words" are racist? Will the U.K. build Toddler Re-Education Camps with sugar-free ice cream given out as treats? Will they go into the child's home and seek out the source of where the toddler picked up his "racist" rant? Or will the British people begin to realize that their tax dollars are funding a bureaucracy gone amok?


Source - Daily Mail - The agency on a mission to root out racist toddlers

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