Keep Hate Speech out of UK Schools

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Rusell West
5 years ago
My son attends WHS and I want him to be in an environment of truth not outright lies that are rascist.

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Stephen Dunn
5 years ago
I agree with you and Israel also has DEEDED land from the Holy Bible. It is one of the oldest deeds in the world. Their enimies also on Deeded land from the Holy Bible. The Palestinians are Occuping the Jews land with extreem hatred towards them. You are trying to do the right thing by keeping hate speeches out of there. TRUST THE LORD ALMIGHTY!

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Edward Kleinman
5 years ago
I'm sick, and tired of a modern day blood libel being perpetuated by poisoned minds trying to further poison the minds of others against Jews worldwide. I will not remain silent, and inactive against this human cancer!

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Joseph Feld
5 years ago
I taught GCSE English for 25+ years and it must be clear that oral English includes style and accuracy and display an understanding of alternative perspectives. Her speech was style but no ability to explain alternative views. It was propaganda.

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Brenda Soskin
5 years ago
Her paper was not balanced

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David Simons
5 years ago
I fully support the stand taken by the organisers of this petition. There is no place for hate speech & bigotry in schools or anywhere else.

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Norman Olsfanger
5 years ago
Schools have a duty of care to protect our children and deliver an education that prepares them for life in our broader diverse society. Our government has a duty to ensure that is delivered according to the highest standards which have been developed over many many years in our Democratic and Western Society. By delivering instead an agenda of replacement ideology and race hate is teaching the next generation non facts as facts and this distorts their sense of Truth and Objectivity and Tolerance which is basic to a civilised education. Not teaching these values is a form of mental abuse and anybody who cannot see this has no place in our education system or in our parliament.

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Aron Safran
5 years ago
Free speech is not just a right, it is also a responsibility, and that responsibility must be taught along with teaching young people to express themselves.

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Sharon Klaff
5 years ago
Our schools have a duty of care to protect our children and our government has a duty to ensure that is delivered. Delivering an agenda of replacement ideology and race hate is child abuse as it robs the young of the innocence of youth. Any person who cannot see this should not be serving our communities any any way whatsoever, either as a headteacher or as an MP.

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Lyn Snodgrass
5 years ago
Look at Sderot in Israel. Look at how much EU funds are being poured into plush homes and vibrant places for the so called 'Palestinians' vis a vis the complete lack of resources sent to the Jews. Lies, all lies.