Have you passed your diversity training? You'd better have.... the latest sport is spotting the person who has not completed their diversity training and correcting them. How do you know someone who hasn't completed "diversity training"? Easy, they don't scream "racist" every time someone refers to the obvious.
Posted By: James
Delingpole at Mar 20, 2009 at 12:05:27 [General]
look at your newspaper's front page and you want to emigrate. (But where?) Today
was one of those days. 'She skipped diversity training! Burn her!'
I'm afraid I'm still in too dire a state of shock to bring myself to consider at any
length Dave's "Look, I'm not a Conservative. I really, really, REALLY am not a
Conservative," promise of a 45 per cent higher tax rate for all those stinking,
capitalist running dogs earning more than £125,000.
So let us instead foam and froth gently about the story of the headmistress
hounded out of a school by a clique of activists - including a Muslim
convert named Paul Martin - accusing her of Islamophobia.
Can someone help me make up my mind which aspect of the story is the most annoying: The loss - forever - of one of the few remaining decent, hard working, committed head teachers in the state system? The craven pusillanimity of the council workers too scared to stick up for her? The fact that an organisation as
pointless and vieux chapeau as the Commission For Racial Equality is still
capable of inspiring such fear? The further confirmation that "racism" and
"Islamophobia" have become the 21st century equivalent of "She's a witch! Burn
her!", brooking no defence, or rational debate of any kind? The £407,781 of
council taxpayers' money that has been squandered on compensation. The
God-knows-how-much-more that has been squandered on legal fees?
Or the fact that this grim-sounding Muslim convert character Paul Martin has not yet been encouraged to show the full courage of his religious convictions by emigrating forthwith from the kufar-infested hellhole that is Woking to one of those more rigorously Islamic realms - where diarrhoea is a way of life, perhaps