Thursday, 21 August 2008

Nurse - the screens! "S" word mentioned!



I always derive considerable wry amusement when the politically correct in our midst get themselves tangled up in their own contradictions. Few are more peecee than our teachers. Well, let’s be correct here – the teachers’ trade unions, who don't necessarily represent what the rank and file think.

As I pointed out a long time ago (see this post and this), large swathes of our primary education system are in meltdown, deriving from floods of low IQ Africans and other immigrants with little command of English. This hasn’t yet percolated through to where it’ll really hurt, namely at secondary level. But give it a few more years.

Secondary teachers are very worried about this and, together with some politicians, have called for ‘separate development' (whoops!) or 'segregation' (whoops again!). Needless to say, there’s been an explosive reaction from the Victim Industry, with the usual suspects, Hitler, apartheid, the Deep South all given another run-out.

It was great to see the union reps twisting in the wind on this one. I won't repeat all they said, but in essence it was along the lines of ‘we know what we must do as things are spiraling out of control – but, er, please call it something else.’

I love it.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Regardless of skin colour it makes sense to grade students according to ability; if immigrants aren't up to scratch in English they should be streamed accordingly for everyone's benefit. What a waste of money though-language teachers for immigrants, another nice little earner for the immigration industry cohorts and a complete waste for everyone else. All trouble and expense we could have avoided by just saying no to the madness that is uncontrolled immigration.

Anonymous said...

Segregation IS awful and to be avoided at all costs. But, God Almighty, can't anyone see that the solution is to not let such people in in the first place? This is, or should be, so bloody obvious!

Anonymous said...

Secondary teachers are very worried about this and, together with some politicians, have called for ‘separate development' (whoops!) or 'segregation' (whoops again!)

ROTFL ! I knew that smug Europeans, sooner or later, would come to the same conclusion that South African whites came to decades ago.

icr said...

`But, God Almighty, can't anyone see that the solution is to not let such people in in the first place? This is, or should be, so bloody obvious!

Say this in public and many Western countries would consider it a criminal offense. Surely you must realize that Cultural Marxism/ PC/Multiculturalism is the de facto official ideology of the EU, US, Canada, Australia and NZ ?

If I left some place out someone please let me know.

SAVANT said...

ICR - it's mainly the Anglosphere, as you mention. But in fact the most grotesque examples take place in the Nordic countries. My friends in Sweden tell me that you can LITERALLY LOSE YOUR JOB if you say something non-PC.

Two Norwegian firemen were recorded saying sisparaging remarks about Somalis, who have the charming hbit of burning down their houses if they're annoyed about something or other. Both men were fired (no pun intended)

Anonymous said...

ha ha ....savant you should be a comedian...the firemen were fired...

that is about the level of this blog

and STOP talking crap about the quote "Anglosphere"...most Irish people would not want to be seen as some kind of offshoot of the English or in fact in any way equivalent...in fact most Irish people are proud to be very different to the English..& before you come out with some stupid comment, YES that does include as regards ethnic background/ makeup

this Anglosphere nonsence is BS -just lazy, race orientated crap....go down to Ringsend and tell the local Celtic supporters we're all really English...you'll soon see how quickly you get the shit kicked out of u there...

SAVANT said...

Anonymous 12.41. By Anglosphere I mean in effect the English-speaking world. I presume it hasn't missed your attention that we're part of it.

Yes, we're not English, but I tell you this - we're a hell of a lot more English than we are NIgerian or Afghani.

btw, I'm a major Celtic fan - see my posts.