"A boy of seven is facing accusations of racism after asking a fellow pupil if he was ‘brown because he was from Africa.’ Elliott Dearlove asked the question of the five-year-old boy at Griffin Primary School in Barham Road, east Hull.
The younger boy’s mother complained to the school, which launched an investigation.
Elliott’s mother, Hayley White, 29, says she received a phone call to say her son had been at the centre of A ‘RACIST INCIDENT.’ She was summoned to the school by her son’s teacher, where she WAS READ THE SCHOOL’S ZERO-TOLERANCE POLICY ON RACISM. Miss White, an NHS healthcare worker, said:QUESTION: Of those pictured below, who would you say looks least like a tw*t?
‘Elliott does not even know the meaning of the word racist… This was not racism. It was simply curiosity from a seven-year-old boy’…
Miss White said her son was left in tears after she spoke to him. She said:
‘Elliott kept saying to me, ‘I was just asking a question. I didn’t mean it to be nasty’. He was extremely distressed by it all.’
Miss White says she was led to the head teacher’s office, where she was asked to sign a form. ‘The form said my son had made a racist remark,’ she said. ‘I refused to sign it. I told the teacher I did not agree the comment was racist. My son is inquisitive. He always likes to asks questions. But that does not make him a racist.’
Since the incident, Elliott dislikes going to school, according to his mother. She said: ‘He is bright, not a trouble-maker at all. This has really affected him. I am trying to pull out of that school. I am disgusted and extremely upset. I want him to go to another school.’
In a statement, head teacher Janet Adamson said: ‘We are unable to discuss conduct issues relating to individual children. However, in this matter, we are satisfied we have acted in accordance with the council’s guidance for schools on the reporting of racist incidents.’
Vanessa Harvey-Samuel, head of localities and learning at Hull City Council, said: ‘There is a statutory duty to report any incident that is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person. The council’s policy is informed by Ofsted’s guidance on the inspection framework for schools in England.’
ABEL RIVERA, chief officer of Humber All Nations Alliance, which works with 38 different ethnic groups in Hull to encourage race equality, BACKED THE SCHOOL. He said: ‘The school has to follow its racism policy. THE BOY HAS SINGLED ANOTHER PUPIL OUT ON THE BASIS OF HIS COLOUR. THAT IS DISCRIMINATION AND IT’S WRONG.’
According to the school’s latest Ofsted inspection, children are taught to BE CULTURALLY AWARE. Inspectors said: ‘Pupils are reflective in response to thought-assemblies and personal and social education lessons. As a result, they have a good understanding of social and moral issues, such as racial intolerance’.”
So, Elliot's school had a 'zero tolerance policy on racism.' Funny how intolerant the PC Crowd is of the innocent curiosity of a seven year-old English boy, isn't it?
How do you think this matter would have been dealt with if Hayley White had complained about her son being bullied by a black boy? Do you think the institutional outrage would have been similar? Or do you think all of the adults cited above would have colluded to cover it up?
You know, the MacPherson report told us that a 'racist' incident is one perceived to be so. In practice, this means that ANYONE who SAYS they have witnessed a 'racist' incident must be taken seriously. In other words, using the legislation that emerged as a result of the report, anyone who wishes to screw around with anyone else by bringing an accusation of racism against them, can do so if they feel like it. As long as the complainant is non-white, that is.
A murderer, a rapist, a drug dealer, a drugged-up psychopath, a known liar, all could go the 'racist' route, aim the big, bad bogey word at the nicest person on the planet and the authorities would have to take the accusations seriously. And, of course, the PC Crowd would insist that they do so. And, we all know, who would be taken 'seriously,' don't we? And who would not. This too is institutionalised.
A few weeks ago Lee Jasper, once Ken Livingstone's whip-hand man in the London Assembly, twittered 'black people in the UK cannot be racist.' So, according to him at least, MacPherson's anti-British b***ocks was intended purely and simply for Whitey. And, in the behaviours of Adamson, Harvey-Samuel and Ribera, we see the fruits of his judicial treachery born out.
The results of the tw*t poll were as follows:
The PC Crowd, the MacPherson-sniffers and related Brit-loathers all insist that Elliot be sectioned. The sheeple hid under the bedsheets and refused to take part in the poll and the lemmings threw themselves over the edge of the cliff as the pollsters approached.
The true Brits asked that his persecutors be flogged and barred from having anything to do with the education of their children in the future.
These were arrested soon afterwards.