Trojan Horse

 

 

Events in Syria, or the Ukraine or even China should highlight the dangers of ‘multi-culturalism’, importing many different peoples, religions and cultures.

 

The BBC is an ardent supporter of multi-culturalism.

Which is why it doesn’t report stories like this which might undermine the multi-culturalism narrative and ‘damage social cohesion’….via Harry’s Place and the Sunday Times….

Religion in schools:  Operation Trojan Horse

The Sunday Times (£) is reporting that an alleged conspiracy to destabilize some state schools in England, enabling them to be taken over by fundamentalist Salafists, is being investigated by both council officials and the police.

The documents suggest that the strategy, called Operation Trojan Horse, should be used in Bradford and Manchester as well as Birmingham. “We have an obligation to our children to fulfil our roles and ensure these schools are run on Islamic principles,” they argue.

The papers say the first step is to identify poor-performing state schools in Muslim areas; then Salafist parents in each school are encouraged to complain that teachers are “corrupting children with sex education, teaching about homosexuals, making their children say Christian prayers and mixed swimming and sports”.

The next steps are to “parachute in” Muslim governors “to drip-feed our ideal for a Muslim school” and stir up staff to urge the council to investigate. The strategy stresses the importance of having an “English face among the staff group to make it more believable”.

Allegedly, the schools targeted included Regents Park, Adderley Primary School and Saltley School, all in Birmingham.

Assuming the allegations are accurate, this is a shockingly calculating and underhand attempt to subvert the system.

 

Not shocking enough for the BBC to report though.

Allegedly, the schools targeted included Regents Park, Adderley Primary School and Saltley School, all in Birmingham.

Assuming the allegations are accurate, this is a shockingly calculating and underhand attempt to subvert the system.

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31 Responses to Trojan Horse

  1. john in cheshire says:

    Those lovable rogues, the muslims; they don’t mean any harm. That’s sarcasm, in case anyone is confused.

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  2. Safan says:

    Why can’t we have secular democracy like France or the US where religion is not allowed in schools and other public places? The genius of that also says there is freedom to carry on PRIVATELY. To make the UK really a much more healthy place we should dump unelected monarchy, lords, the state church, and dare I say, the state funded, arrogantly biased bbc!

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    • DP111 says:

      Safan

      It’s much worse in France then anywhere else in Europe. As many have pointed out, when one abandons one’s own culture, which in Europe means Christianity and the culture it gave rise to, then it is inevitable that something is going to replace it. Even our secular state has its roots in Christianity. Militant secularism is what gave rise to multi-cultism anyway – which is the position in France. Cutting secularism from its roots, has lead to its virtues causing more damage then vices.

      The link below keeps an eye on France, and its travails with the RoP. CarBQs have yet to become common in the UK, as they are tragically, in France.

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  3. Bangernofski says:

    Actually multiculturalism can work. Left to sort themselves out and run their lives people from very different backgrounds can and do get along. The trouble is the agitators and race hucksters, oh and the religion of peace. And Sol Campbell. The truth is that they don’t want this experiment to work at all. They want division and agitation. That’s how they will get their Marxist utopia. The BBC helps at every single stage. I think we are doomed.

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    • Ralph says:

      We have a multi source culture but with influences from other cultures that we generally chose rather than those imposed on us.

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    • TigerOC says:

      Having spent most of my life in the New World and living and working in multicultural societies provides me with a lot of experience.
      For a multicultural society to be successful ALL cultures have to learn the languages, customs and taboos of other cultures around them. This requires that cultures share many common parts of their lives whilst at the same time being sensitive to the influences of another’s own beliefs.
      Britain has a long established culture of its own. Political leaders have demanded that people of other cultures entering this country must become British. The people believe this as well. There is nothing wrong with this.
      Based on the beliefs of the leaders and people a multicultural society is impossible. With time resentment will build to a point where violence will erupt. Enoch Powell told you this many years ago.
      The elite have developed a guilt syndrome, mostly through American influences, about the colonisation of the World. This syndrome is ameliorated by their supposed accomodation and welcome of foreign cultures into this country. It helps assuage the guilt. The adoration of Obama, and films like 12 years a slave soothes the torment. The suppression of opposition by ordinary people will only fuel further anger by ordinary people until one day violence errupts.

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  4. noggin says:

    “shockingly calculating and underhand attempt to subvert the system”
    shocking?, calculating?, underhand? …
    erm ….HELLO! … Islam

       26 likes

  5. Ralph says:

    Alan,
    Syria, China, and the Ukraine didn’t import other cultures they were there already.

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  6. chrisH says:

    I`m going to go out on a limb here!
    Muslims DO need their own schools-the current secular humanist post modern shite we slop up to the nations children every day demand some “content” to be introduced.
    Muslims DO see the value of education for their boys, as and when it suits…and if we don`t give them the content that our own kids have long been deprived of…then they have every right to withhold taxes and give them to the local hafiz…who at least HAS learned stuff that the rest of us can no longer do.
    (“Yes We Can” “Just Do it” and “Because I`m worth it”, notwithstanding!)
    We Christians, Sikhs and Jews need to wake up and skewer State-run fiction factories like the schools that Harman(rightfully) would not send her own kids to…given the number of weirdos now spouting state mantras these days, she may have felt more inclined to do so, once Savile had trotted gaily through the comp canteens of the nation(for cheridee natch!).
    As for Boris saying that radicalisation begins at home-those two rebranded Michaels that murdered Lee Rigby came from Christian homes as I recall-they were radicalised in MOSQUES…so get the OFSTED tossers into THOSE: not our liberal slurry slop buckets of State-sponsored drooling for the New World Order! For schools are all the same slime buckets , and need no visits-they`re all Frankfurters now!
    Will Laurie or Libby let me speak to the above?-Thinking IS Allowed isn`t it?…and it IS my BBC too(the Birt Principle 1988)?
    Tumbleweed action left Jason duckie!
    We`re now past “improving schools”…time now to “remove `em”….I`ll get me coat!

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    • Arthur Penney says:

      The problem is NOT that Muslims see the value of education for their boys – it is that they do NOT see the value of education for their girls.

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      • dez says:

        Arthur Penney,
         
        “The problem is NOT that Muslims see the value of education for their boys – it is that they do NOT see the value of education for their girls.”
         
        How very easy it is to transcribe the values of 1.5 billion people into a single sentence. Because; “you know they’re all Muslims and they all look think the same”.
         
        According to a recent Gallup Survey of Muslim Americans: “American Muslim women are more likely than American Muslim men to have college and post-graduate degrees. Additionally, they are more highly educated than women in every other religious group except Jews, with 43% of Muslim American women holding a college or postgraduate degree, compared with 29% of American women overall.”
         

        http://goo.gl/ig1TSz

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        • George R says:

          Dez = Muslim Islamic propagandist.

          Above quotes from ‘Organisation of islamic Speakers (OIS).

          These are the sorts of organisations he is politically close to:-
          “ISLAMIC SPEAKERS BUREAU BACKED BY RADICAL PROFS”

          by Jonathan Schanzer.

          (2009).

          http://www.think-israel.org/schanzer.muslimspeakers.html

          Dez’s ‘religion of peace’ has nothing in common with this reality:-

          http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/

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          • dez says:

            George R,
             
            “Dez = Muslim Islamic propagandist.”
             
            Really? George. That’s your favoured method of debate these days; to point a finger and scream Jew lover Muslim Islamic propagandist?
             
            I used the OIS page simply because it had links to several other sites such as the NY times:
             
            “American Muslim women, contrary to stereotype, are more likely than American Muslim men to have college and post-graduate degrees. They are more highly educated than women in every other religious group except Jews. American Muslim women also report incomes more nearly equal to men, compared with women and men of other faiths.”
             
            And the original Gallup survey:
             
            “The report also reveals that Muslim American women are one of the most highly educated female religious groups in the United States, second only to Jewish American women.”
             
            If you want to dispute the findings go right ahead… or alternatively just continue to behave like the worst sort of internet knuckle-headed moron. The choice is yours.

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            • George R says:

              You certainly avoid reports on Islamic jihad atrocities in the West.

              You are an insulting, Islamic apologist.

              I’ve sure got your political number.

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            • johnnythefish says:

              Let’s have a look at what education has done for Muslims in Britain shall we, Dez, rather than the pre-Obama integrationist US of A?

              http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2009/may/07/muslims-britain-france-germany-homosexuality

              ‘Muslims in Britain have zero tolerance of homosexuality, says poll…

              The most dramatic contrast was found in attitudes towards homosexuality. None of the 500 British Muslims interviewed believed that homosexual acts were morally acceptable.

              British Muslims came last, with only 3% of those questioned personally believing that sex between unmarried men and women was moral’.

              http://www.persecution.org/?p=6326&upm_export=print

              Forty percent of Muslims between aged 16 to 24 said they would prefer to live under Shari’a law in the UK, compared to only 17 percent of those over 55. Thirty-six percent of the younger group said a Muslim who converted to another religion should be “punished by death,” while only 19 percent of the older group agreed’.

              Etc. etc. etc.

              But hang on,maybe that’s ‘education’ down at the local mosque – who knows what goes on there, eh?

              Open your eyes, man, if you value freedom, tolerance and democracy, and cut the Islam is beyond criticism crap.

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              • George R says:

                No mention of phrase ‘Islamic jihad’ in INBBC report here, of course, but the violence against education features significantly in Islamic societies:-

                “Education subjected to 10,000 violent attacks”
                By Sean Coughlan

                http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-26323295

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              • DICK R says:

                You don’t just have to ask muslims if sodomy is morally wrong ask anyone ,they won’t necessarily say MORALLY wrong ,but they will say that is it is vile and repulsive
                It’s also strange that the only parts of sharia law the BBC and other lefties disagree with are those that specify the adequate punishment for criminals

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                • Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

                  Why dont we get statistics quoted from places where Islam is in the majority?

                  Typical con trick here, quote some figures of Islamic equality amongst people living in a democracy, ignoring the truth in areas of total islamic control.

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              • mo says:

                johnnythefish. Well said on “cut the Islam is beyond criticism crap.”

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        • mo says:

          Dez.
          Why not look around you without the preconceptions you have grown up with. Seriously, think for yourself. Nobody here is being unreasonable

             5 likes

  7. stuart says:

    it starts off with the peacefull jihad where the jihadists in suits get in positions of power and pretend to be moderates take over all are institutions without firing a shot, then when they have achieved there aims comes the second phase of violent jihad where the guns and knifes are used to punish those who do not conform to there islamist agenda,the people of china and nigeria had a taste of that this weekend gone with over 330 men,women and children slaughtered by the knife,gun and burnt alive by these brave jihadist warriors,the question we must ask is how we defeat these jihadist devils who want to turn are towns and citys into the battlefields of syria.

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  8. Guest Who says:

    “a shockingly calculating and underhand attempt to subvert the system”

    Again I find myself erring (it’s all relative) in favour of the Dez stance. At least he stands ground under his own banner, even if it is with views one may not always share.
    I imagine even he would feel aggrieved if, in attempt to put a spanner in the site works beyond his attrition based methods, things were posted in his name he was not responsible for or did not agree with?
    Once a few ‘ist or ‘phobic posts appear under familiar Flokker colours, we may see their enthusiasm for this new well poisoning technique wane.

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