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Friday, 17 October 2014

In Defence Of The Trojan Horse

After the 'Trojan horse' scandal in some schools in the UK', where some secular state schools were found to have been subverted into following Islamic practices, I expected that, knowing how the BBC can't stand it if Islam gets 'attacked' , they were bound to have a twist on the events .... So I was waiting for the 'empire' to fight back and the only issue was what form would it take?

Well they took me by surprise by casting around for some 'other' (meaning 'white') group, who have somehow committed the same 'sin' as the Muslims (meaning 'victimised' non whites, preferably of south Asian heritage, by forcing them to practise Christianity) .... it took a week or so, and they couldn't actually find any minorities being persecuted by Christian fundamentalists, but then they hit a sort of pay-dirt. So without even pretending that this story is anything but a biased retaliation they launched off with ..

"The Trojan Horse investigation has focused on an alleged plot to take over some Birmingham schools and run them according to Islamic principles. But while the role of Islam in education has come in for scrutiny, across the UK many students also follow a strict "fundamentalist" Christian curriculum."

.... and with those words they opened into an attack on 'Christian fundamentalist schools' .... completely missing the point entirely, about why the issue of the 'Islamification' of secular state schools was a problem.

Welcome To England - English Language Optional ....
 
While both religions (Christianity in only in the most extreme of form - see Church of England for 'normal' Christianity), are supposedly 'anti-homosexual', and both are theoretically 'pro-creationist', that's about the only common ground between them exists:

  • These 'Christian' schools are in fact 'Independent' and fee paying - therefore the parents know exactly what they are sending their children to.
  • The 'Islamic' schools were not in fact Islamic, but were secular state schools, where non Muslim children happened to be in 'minority', and whose parents had no choice but to send them to the schools which were the subject of the 'Islamification' attempts.
  • The 'Christian' schools do not segregate boys and girls as standard practices.
  • The 'Islamified' state schools tried to enforce gender segregation at assemblies and in the classrooms, and other activities.
  • The 'Christian' schools do not impose 'religious' dress codes on girls or female members of staff.
  • The 'Islamified' schools tried to enforce Islamic religious dress codes on non Muslim girls and female members of staff, by exerting pressure and veiled warnings.
  • A Christian school, is forced by law to accept at least 50% non christian children and teach them all faiths, even when it opposes the schools ethos.
  • But at a non faith secular 'Islamified' school, in a predominantly Muslim area, all the children are expected to adhere to Islamic principles and other religions were not taught or denigrated.
  • The 'Christian' schools do not turn out terrorists ..... especially not to operate in the Islamic world.
  • The 'Islamified' schools do turn out terrorists ... well who knows how many of their alumni will turn up on the battlefields of the Middle East, or in the Old Bailey? .... We just don't know what damage they have done in the 5 years that they have been radicalising.

These are differences that the BBC failed to highlight in its 'comparison', and which are crucial as to the damage they cause us. But still the BBC feels that it should highlight these 'Christian' schools, and treat former pupils as though they were victims of cult programming.

Interestingly they haven't tried to find former pupils of the 'Islamified' schools, who can then be interviewed, as though they were victims who had been brain washed like a cult .... maybe that would be too close to the truth?     

2 comments:

  1. I hadn't realised that state schools in england had their names in urdu. What have the politicians done to your country?

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    1. Its far worse than that PC madness rules our councils ... thanks for the comment.

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