Inspectors Could Monitor Sunday Schools And Choirs To Enforce ‘British Values’

Government inspectors could monitor Sunday schools, church youth groups and even choirs to ensure they are teaching so-called “British values”, in a move Christians have dubbed “profoundly insulting”.

  • tom_billesley

    Meanwhile, if a school is struggling to meet education standards, hand it over to an Islamic group. You lnow it makes sense…..
    Parents’ anger as their school is to be taken over by Islamic group despite having less than 2% of its pupils being Muslim
    Tauheedul Education Trust to run Highfield Humanities College, Blackpool. Many parents …. claim governors were ‘railroaded’ into it by the government’s regional schools commissioner.

    • simus1

      So they weren’t all bribed?
      Or perhaps, did the one who was “forget” to share?

    • WalterBannon

      they need to buy some hemp rope and start some lynchings of politicians

  • DMB

    It will only be a matter of time before Christianity will be considered as “hate speech” also in order not to “offended” Muslims will be criminalized.

    • Maggat

      Won’t be necessary, Christians will be either converted or dead.

      • DMB


  • Hard Little Machine

    Which are those? Gay rape, child slavery and Islamic psychosis?

  • G

    Churches, REAL churches must go under ground with meetings in homes if the believers want to preserve their freedom of belief & speech.

    Good people may need to become criminals if they want freedoms.

    • WalterBannon

      sounds like the middle east already

  • Martin B

    There are so many jihadis on the loose in Britain that they can’t even begin to monitor them all, yet somehow they can find the resources to harass Sunday schools & choirs. Madness.

    • WalterBannon

      that’s not just insane, that’s treasonous

    • V10_Rob

      Ostensibly, these inspections are supposed to apply to mosques as well. You know, because singling them out is islamophobic. So the Brits waste time and resources investigating non-problems so as to appear fair.

      At the same time, I very much doubt they’re going to get much cooperation at the mosques. I expect they’ll be angrily barred and turned away, at which point the government demures, mumbles some apologies, and confines itself to harassing Christians. Which leads to the inevitable inquiry as to why the program has failed, and is then reformed so that it keeps doing the same things, but differently, and everyone keeps their civil service job.

  • simus1

    The inspectors will all be muslims so there will be no truth to any complaints about them being biased which would be the case if they were from nit picking Christian rival sects or (shudder) fundamentalists.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The last I heard, church and state are not separated in Britain. Therefore, he who takes the queen’s shilling becomes the queen’s man.

    • Clausewitz

      This was one of the main reasons the US adopted the Bill of Rights, The Constitution, and all of it’s amendments. The biggest difference between the Monarchy and the Representational Republic are the stands taken on the separation of church and state. This is one of the many reasons why so many hate the Pseudo King in Washington and his stand on the singularity of Mosque and state.

  • Brian Jones

    Call me crazy, but didn’t it used to be that British values *were* Christian values?