‘Problematic’ British Values CENSORED In Scottish Classrooms
Scotland’s nanny-state, anti-British, Scottish National Party government have warned teachers in Scotland’s classrooms that the term ‘British values’ is “problematic” and could be “offensive”.
Advice issued by Education Scotland tells teachers to instead use the words “shared values”. Teachers are also urged, by the document, which is entitled ‘Problematic Language’, not to say the likes of “war on terror”, “Islamist extremist/terrorist”, “jihad/jihadist” or “radical” in current affairs lessons.
Pamela Nash, head of Scotland In Union, a non-party movement which seeks to promote a positive view of Scotland in the UK, accused the SNP of being “obsessed” with erasing the word ‘British’.
The document also urges teachers not to use such phrases as “war on terror”, “Islamist extremist/terrorist”, “jihad/jihadist” or “radical” in current affairs lessons.
Defending the document, a spokesman said:
Research and feedback from communities suggest the wrong language can cause offence and, in the worst cases, amplify the rhetoric used by terrorists and violent extremists.
Cleary, the SNP is away with the politically correct fairy’s, woe betide the rest of the UK if Labour is elected at Westminster and is inclined to follow suit.