UK: Teacher Orders Student To Remove Wristband Honoring British Soldier Hacked To Death By Islamic Fanatics Because It Might “Offend” People…
Remember the days when teachers were suppose to teach arithmetic and letters to children? Now they take it upon themselves to teach their socialistic points of view instead of real substance. School teacher in the UK took it upon herself to play mommy by telling a child to remove a bracelet he purchased to honor injured soldiers.
Gee, I wonder who the teacher thinks would be offended.
Via Daily Mail:
A teacher allegedly ordered a 10-year-old boy to take off his Help for Heroes wristband because it could cause offence.
Tracy Tew was shocked when her son Charlie was put on a report card at Maldon Primary School in Essex after he refused to take off the charity rubber bracelet sold to honour injured soldiers.
Charlie wears the wristband — bought at the Colchester Military Festival — in honour of murdered solider Lee Rigby and service personnel in his family, including his great-granddad and uncle.
Mrs Tew, 38, a domestic service assistant at a hospital, said: ‘We are really proud of Charlie for sticking to his guns. He wanted to keep it on and he didn’t agree with the reasons why he shouldn’t.
The mother of two added: ‘When the teacher said she was worried it was going to offend people, I thought it was disgusting. Our family are up in arms because we are all military minded.
‘With what happened with Lee Rigby, Charlie really wanted to wear a wristband.’
Drummer Rigby, 25, was killed by two Islamic fanatics in Woolwich, south-east London, in May last year. Michael Adebolajo, 29, and Michael Adebowale, 22, were jailed for the murder last month.
Just because this: happens across the Atlantic don’t think your child is safe from this type of censorship of beliefs. All across the United States, children are being told to not wear American Flag shirts to school or keep the crosses at home. It is up to parents to march into the schools and take back their right to teach beliefs as the parent.p>
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