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Raising Racists: The Left’s Plan to Save Children from Themselves

Posted on October 5 2010 6:00 pm
Suzanne Venker, a.k.a. "No Bull Mom," is an author, blogger, and speaker. You can find her at

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It’s sad enough children no longer have proper childhoods — replete with mommies and daddies and safe, fun-filled neighborhoods — now they must contend with being labeled racists.

It’s shocking, but true. According to Daily Mail, more than a quarter of a million children have been labeled racists since schools in the UK have been made to spy on children as young as three by the Race Relations Act 2000.

If anyone wonders what has really gone wrong with education these past 3o years (and the recent attention on the new film “Waiting for Superman” proves people are indeed wondering) the UK story is living proof. Consider for a moment what education is supposed to be about: reading, writing, and arithmetic. For preschoolers, it’s about learning how to share, wait your turn, and take direction — not to mention having some good old-fashioned fun.

Yet how can any of this be accomplished when social engineering is the number-one goal of modern education?

That reality has hit hard for British schoolchildren. The Race Relations Act compelled 43,000 public authorities, including schools and churches, to report children as young as three to the authorities for using alleged ‘racist’ language. They can even report racism even if the alleged ‘victim’ was not offended or if the child does not understand what they were saying. (That’s the Left’s premier tactic: get ’em while they’re young.)

“Teachers are now required to report incidents of racist abuse among children as young as three to local authorities, resulting in a massive increase of cases and reinforcing the perception that we need an army of experts to manage race relations from cradle to grave,” writes Munira Murza, senior adviser to London Mayor Boris Johnson, in Prospect magazine.

According to civil liberties group, the Manifesto Club, 280,00 alleged incidents have been reported between 2002-2009. When asked whether this new “heightened form of awareness” is helpful in combating racism, Mirza says no. On the contrary, it “creates a climate of suspicion and anxiety.”

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