Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Slavery studies to become compulsory at school


The slave trade and its abolition 200 years ago could become a compulsory subject in schools, it emerged yesterday.

The move is being considered as part of a review of diversity within the National Curriculum ordered by Alan Johnson, the Education Secretary.

Will our children be learning about the fact that North African pirates took millions of white Europeans as slaves hundreds of years before Europeans started slavery in Africa? I think not.

What about the fact that Europeans bought their African slaves from African tribal leaders? I think not again.

Are our children only going to be learning about evil whitey and their role in the slave trade? I think they will. Our government hate whites and they are doing everything they can to destroy white civilisation and make us out to be evil when in fact whites didn’t play a major role in slavery. It was the African tribes and pirates that played the biggest role in slavery but that will not get taught because it will be deemed as ‘racist’ but it is ok to be racist towards whites as whites don’t seem to matter anymore.

2 comments:

religion of pieces said...

Britain is the only country to have peacefully and voluntarily abolished slavery.

We then forced or persuaded the rest of Christendom to do the same.

We never managed to force the Islamics to abolish slavery and it still flourishes in places like Sudan and Saudi Arabia.

youdontknowme said...

I know. maybe when the children learn about slavery they should be told about muslim involvement in slavery today.