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Flat White

Safe school days

16 June 2017

7:29 AM

16 June 2017

7:29 AM

Once upon a time, schools were for teaching things like reading, and writing, and arithmetic.

Today, schools teach reading, writing, arithmetic, social justice and sexuality education, and have natty programs about “anti-bullying” which are just as effective as the de-radicalisation programs for budding terrorists here and overseas.

There are various sites and groups devoted to shining a light on these programs, but they are usually covered in the media as a bunch of hysterics or bigots.

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