Branded RACIST at five: A little girl who said her friend was ‘brown’

Summoned to a meeting at her seven-year-old son’s primary school, Hayley White was prepared for a quick chat about his behaviour.

But when she was told that Elliott had been at the centre of an ‘incident’ with another pupil that was so serious she would have to sign an official form admitting he was racist, she refused to believe what she was hearing.

‘When I arrived at the school and asked Elliott what had happened, he became extremely upset,’ said Ms White, who is a 32-year-old NHS worker. ‘He kept saying to me: “I was just asking a question. I didn’t mean it to be nasty”.’

It turned out that while in the playground Elliott had approached a four-year-old boy and asked him whether he was ‘brown because he was from Africa’. On returning home, the younger boy had told his mother about the comment, and she had informed the school, hoping that they could have a quiet word with Elliott.

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  • George Orwell was right.

  • Ed

    I wonder if the school administrator’s name was Barbara Hall?

  • minuteman

    Celebrate Diversity!! But don’t notice it or the thought police will come for you.

    • ha

      LOLOLOL good one
      isn’t it funny how the Left view the colour brown as something to disapprove of.

  • moraywatson

    So you can claim special privileges based on your “minority” or “disadvantaged” group characteristics, but no one is allowed to ask you if belong to, or why you think you belong to, such a group.
    If you would like to date a woman, for instance, don’t make the bigoted mistake of asking is she is one. Collective rights suck.

  • Brett_McS

    Because ‘brown’ is bad?

    • ha

      LOLOL
      yes.
      WE MUST VIEW EVERYONE THE SAME … white
      The Left makes me laugh and cry at the same time, sometimes