Child Brainwashers Focus on Colors


Liberals have long sought to control our thoughts by restricting our vocabulary, so that even utterly innocuous terms are declared racist and struck from the Newspeak dictionary. Running low on words to regulate, in British schools they are now going after colors:

Teachers should censor the toy box to replace witches’ black hats with pink ones and dress fairies in darker shades, according to a consultant who has issued advice to local authorities.

The point is to drive it into the heads of children as young as two years that dark is good and light is bad, in hopes they will apply this to skin color.

Wait, it gets crazier:

Another staple of the classroom — white paper — has also been questioned by Anne O’Connor, an early years consultant who advises local authorities on equality and diversity.

White paper isn’t used so that children can see what they’re drawing, but because society is racist. But our moonbat rulers will see that this is corrected for the next generation.

Teachers are then asked to lie to children about their favorite color:

Finally, staff should be prepared to be economical with the truth when asked by pupils what their favourite colour is and, in the interests of good race relations, answer “black” or “brown”.

North Korean communists would be delighted with the education establishment’s commitment to brainwashing on behalf of leftist ideology.

On tips from V the K and J. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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