Six-Year-Old Suspended for Four Days for Possessing Mini-Cheddars
To build a utopian future, educrats must drive home that there will be zero tolerance for the politically incorrect. This includes foods not deemed to be sufficiently healthy:
A six-year-old boy who went to school with a bag of Mini Cheddars in his packed lunch has been suspended for four days after teachers said it contravened its healthy eating policy.
Riley Pearson, from Colnbrook, near Slough, was excluded from Colnbrook C of E Primary School after teachers discovered the snack and called in his parents.
A vestigial remnant of the British spirit that fought off the Nazis appears to survive:
Riley’s mother, airport shuttle worker Natalie Mardle, 24, said: ‘We just do not see how they have the right to tell us what we can feed our son. … Surely the headteacher has better things to do with his time than search lunchboxes?’
On the contrary, public schools in both the UK and US seem to have no higher priority than to drive deep into developing minds that representatives of the government have the right to impose their will in all matters. It is up to parents to drive it even deeper that they do not.
On a tip from the Only Other Conservative in Seattle. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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