An estimated 600 Muslim children have been withdrawn from a British school in protest against lessons about homosexuality and gender equality.
The pupils, aged between 4 and 11, are being kept home from Parkfield Community School in Birmingham, England, to protest a school program that teaches children about LGBT lifestyles.
Parkfield Community School has 750 pupils and 98 percent of them are from an Islamic background. The children involved in the mass exodus represent about 80 percent of the school.
The interesting point is not the exodus, but that Muslim parents are not being punished by the government. When Christian parents try to protest homosexual indoctrination to their children, they are quickly threatened by government officials and the more they complain, the more they are threatened. In the case of Muslims, they are complaining and threatening more and more school officials.
They are complaining that the school is undermining parental rights and aggressively promoting homosexuality.
Some Muslim demonstrators said they would rather leave the UK than allow their children to continue attending Parkfield Community School.
Some protests had placards reading: “Education, not indoctrination.”
One child carried a handwritten sign which said: “Let kids be kids.”
England, which has a strong Christian background, reached a point where Muslims have much more voice and freedom to protest than Christians.
Muslim parents’ anger is aimed at the school’s assistant head Andrew Moffat, who is behind the homosexual lessons. Moffat is a homosexual activist married to another homosexual man. He is currently shortlisted for a “World’s Best Teacher” award.
One Muslim father at the school, whose six-year-old daughter attends the school, said his wife wanted to leave the country rather than let her daughter attend the lessons.
Protesters said Islam does not accept homosexuality, and the police, homosexual militants and government officials are not accusing the Muslim parents of “homophobia.”
Moffat said he tried to meet the Muslim parents, but stopped when they became aggressive. He has described receiving threats from parents online. He told the BBC: “I have felt very threatened.”
If Christians had protested the homosexual indoctrination from Moffat, they would have been threatened by government officials. If they had threatened homosexual Moffat, they would have been jailed! But in modern England, Muslims go unpunished for acts that Christians never go unpunished.
Why don’t Christian parents also withdraw their children from British schools over homosexual indoctrination? Because they fear that the British government will take away their children.
Christians are today second-rate citizens while Muslim immigrants are first class citizens in England.
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government brags about being “conservative.” But you should call it neocon government, because it acts harshly against anything Russian, but allows homosexual activists and Muslim invaders virtually to rule in England. When English children are not being psychologically raped by homosexual indoctrination classes, they are being physically raped by Islamic invaders who call English girls “white trash.”
May’s “conservative” government does nothing to protect British girls, perhaps because it also sees them as “white trash.” And it also does nothing to protect children from homosexual indoctrination, perhaps because it sees all British children as “trash.”
It is very strange that May’s “conservative” government rejects everything Russian in a time when Russia has totally banned homosexual propaganda to children and teenagers and never lets Muslims have more voice than Christians and never lets Muslims treat Russian girls as “white trash.”
With information from the DailyMail.
Portuguese version of this article: Pais muçulmanos furiosos tiram filhos de escola britânica porque seus filhos estão sofrendo lavagem cerebral em relação a direitos gays e, fenomenalmente, o governo britânico não pune os pais
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