Faith schools under attack…again

David Davis

Rather than bludgeoning “Faith Schools” (‘coz they hate them for being an alternative power-centre) to conform to the trumpeting of State-Nazi-Sex pursuits, in the guise of “PSHE”, it might be instructive if we saw something else. Such as, if we were allowed to see a breakdown of teenage pregnancy statistics by type of school. The “40.4 conceptions per 1,000 girls aged 15-17 might, just might, be rather concentrated within that sector of girls that goes to “non-faith” British-State schools.

In fact I suspect it probably is, but would be interested to see the evidence for my prejudice. My prejudice is against miserable humourless GramscoFabians gratifying their lust for coercive-collective-pornography, by forcing children to hear about “how to put on your partner’s condom”, and the like – being correct here.


  • “Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.” – Charles Mackay

  • Well said Tony!

  • Charles Mackay wrote “Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds”, a seminal work on its subjects. This is a wonderful book, with analysis of various hysterical notions. Notice how these delusions gain traction then fade away. Definitely a book to go on every libertarian’s bookshelf.

    Think Lennon jr. weeping about “The hole in the sky”; and support for the Contras in Nicaragua,who were never intended to overthrow the Nicaraguan government, but merely to be an inconvenience to it insofar as it did not bend to US policy (“Say ‘Uncle’, as Reagan succinctly put it).


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