“literacy and confidence in challenging UK secondary schools and their communities.” can you smell agenda disguised Horseshit … I can ?
ie – making immigrants children feel more secure in a culture not their own and spending money on such schools where an overburden of mass immigration has largely replaced supplanted the native populational groups. So we have to spend extra money to try and educate the children as to what english and english literary culture is about, and give them a ‘voice’ only in the PC enshrined sense – as long as its passes the ‘politically correct filter’ – of pro multi-culturalist agenda, that has and is being rammed down this cultures throat, desired or not for the last 60 years or so. Whose cultural dilutory affects on the struggling native classes are obvious irrevocable and everywhere.
and why is it ‘first story’ well because its all about catching the young schools kids isn’t? and why is it young people ? I know 40 year old people who’ve never fully expressed themselves to others in literary form who might be equally deserving, its young people not because, we really care about their furtive first expressions – its because we teachers and organisation like first story, can direct and guide their expressions to fit the correct mould – the mould of engendered and endless positivity towards multi-culturalism and diversity and enshrined mass immigration, if this program was about bringing largely immigrant children into a better understanding of british literary works and history then fine – but that wont be its agenda will it – because thats not politically correct enough.
Will we get a website for the literary efforts of those who no doubt too young to even know the real impact of the last 60 years – can put into words, the effect on their native communities of largely unfettered and class driven mass immigration ? I very much doubt there voices – will get published – they will have to publish themselves – for the classes that have power and security aren’t interested in these native voices.
no we cant spend lottery funding on the native peoples literary education specifically or taxpayers money, no thats not possible, because they’re not a “community” are they, theyre just the background and thats about as much attention as we give them. And the upper classes the wealthy the power set, they just cant see they’re betrayal of the struggling native – they’re blind to it – and this is why in the end, the true native turns aggressive and divisive in their political viewpoint, when they see the agenda, because they’re are literally being ignored its a stonewall kind of deafness. The Struggling english native is abused in full view and for the benefit of the foreign, by a class who are now reaching back toward the full roots of their feudalcy or who rest so fully on a fat cushion politically correct programming of propaganda, that has been going for a long time, native kids born in the last 20 years cannot now – even know, what was done to their culture in the last 60 years, endlessly the history will be re-written to paint the endless multiculturalist agenda further back unrealistically into history, until the deliberate start and attack of this agenda cannot be discerned any longer.
Maastricht ensured we no longer had a border, and that was the real dissolution point – of this culture.
One of the pro agendered tweets reads >
“Thank you @giveabookorg for donating a book to every #FirstStory pupil – amazing. Requests range from Malala’s memoir to Malorie Blackman!”
ie the range of books wanders from foreign people to a female black author, the two ends of any politically correct agendered spectrum, as these are all the vogue in the politically correct educational set – because of course —- its not divisive to deliberately select foreign authors or authors on the basis of – skin colour !? but then Malorie Blackman is an author who works the pro discriminatory skin colour angle by the sound of her own soundbites “”I’m just Malorie Blackman, a black woman writer.”” not just a straight off writer note – she couches herself as a “black woman” writer – she’s working those angles, truth is your just a writer and if you haven’t worked that out yet you haven’t grown up yet, or your literally trying to use your skin colour and sex to some advantage from a positive discrimination scenario.
This stinks of the “Music of Black Origin” scenario as though skin colour is what makes the music ? pfff you either write or compose full stop – everything in your experience and cultural background obviously contributes to your output but you don’t need to precede those titles with denominational affectations and descriptive list of skin colours or sexuality. I don’t read ‘De Profundis’ because Oscar Wilde was gay – I read it because its truly a wonderful piece of work that stands up in its own merit without framing as regards sexuality or skin colour. If anybody precedes their activity title with gay or lesbian or black woman – I’m quite likely in fact – not to read their work, because they have already identified their own level of stupidity.