By Alex Story.

Poison is being injected daily into Britannica’s body. State-led and taxpayer funded propaganda is the venom.

Its dissemination is facilitated by the regime’s many organs: non-governmental organisations, “charities”, media outlets, local councils, schools, universities, government ministries, established churches and more.

The same messages are being pumped incessantly into every sinew of our country’s body politic. No area of life is left unaffected. The toxin is finding its way with increasing alacrity to our country and peoples’ heart, brain and soul.

If this feels overblown, how else do we explain the huge discrepancy between perception and reality?

A survey by the Policy Exchange, a research organisation, noted that the 18 to 25 population segment were of the opinion that “Britain is a racist country” by a margin of 61-39 – that is to say 56% more of our young adults felt that our country is racist than the opposite.

Eric Kaufmann of Policy Exchange wrote that “nearly 6 in 10 of these young people thought Britain was as racist or more racist than most countries”.

The researcher found that “just 9% of 18-20 year-old women” had a positive opinion of Churchill.

This is odd because, on recognised international league tables, a very different picture of Great Britain emerges. On these, the United Kingdom ranks easily among the least racist countries in the world.

This is odd because, on recognised international league tables, a very different picture of Great Britain emerges. On these, the United Kingdom ranks easily among the least racist countries in the world.

The World Population Review, an apolitical research organisation, found that “the most tolerant countries were… Scandinavian countries, Latin countries, and the United Kingdom and its former colonies (Australia, Canada, and New Zealand).

For the top spot of most racist country in the world, the same organisation found a tough tussle between Bahrain and India.

In the top 25 most racist countries in the world, we find Libya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Turkey and Egypt to name a few. Only two European countries made it on that list: Russia and Cyprus.

China, with re-education camps for religious minorities, including Muslims, sits mid table.

However, this odd discrepancy between fact and perception can be found in almost every nook and cranny of our British demos.

This was very clearly highlighted by Yougov, a research company, whose work showed that every minority group was overestimated – and that by a very large margin.

When asked their views, the broad population thought that around 5% of the population was transgender; the reality? Well below 1%. So small, in fact, as to be impossible to gauge with any accuracy. Further, Britons believed that 15% of the population is Gay or Lesbian. It is no more than 1.8%.

On the topic of ethnic minorities, the same pattern could be observed. Britons assumed that 20% of the population was black when it is in fact only 3%.

In short, our young people believe the country to be racist, when international and serious league tables say quite the opposite.

In short, our young people believe the country to be racist, when international and serious league tables say quite the opposite.

And we, as a people, overestimate every single self-described minority groups, and this by a huge amount: the transgender population by well over 1600%; Gays and Lesbians by 833%; and the black population by over 660%. Few knew that over 80% of the population is in fact de souche, as they used to say, with close to 97% being heterosexual.

Quite the opposite, added together, Brits thought that over 60% of the population was from some kind of ethnic minority. Amusingly, the rest – that is to say the White population – was either Gay, Lesbian, Trans or Vegan.

Why? A partial explanation was offered during the Parliamentary Select Committee on Education on December 7.

Our newly minted minister, Gillian Keegan, was questioned by concerned Members of Parliament, including Miriam Cates, Caroline Ansell and Nick Fletcher. The topic was our children’s political indoctrination.

Miriam Cates MP pointed out that our educational establishment worked tirelessly to suppress the “distinction between facts, opinions and beliefs”.

She pointed out that our children are forced daily to consume the tenets of Critical Race Theory. They were taught to accept, and this with absolutely no context, data or discussion, concepts such as “systemic racism”, gender diversity, “the patriarchy”, and most contemptuously of all “white privilege”. The latter is an affront to the millions of poor white boys and girls whose plight have been heartlessly ignored over the decades.

Caroline Ansell MP added that quite a few teachers despaired of what they felt forced to teach their pupils. Many teachers, she said, despised this nihilistic and narcissistic worldview. In fact, “teachers are actively calling in sick to avoid having to deliver curricular materials” because these are “quite damaging” [to children].

Nick Fletcher MP agreed and said that “dropping seeds of doubt into young children” was very dangerous.

But when asked by Myriam Cates MP whether she agreed that indoctrination was “where a teacher or a school promotes a political idea to the exclusion of all others”, Secretary of State Gillian Keegan answered feebly, mumbled and then said “no”. She then made references to “guidance” and drowned her answer in bureaucratic jargon.

It was simultaneously heart-warming to see Members of Parliament so passionate in defence of decency and clear-headedness on behalf of all our children and heart-breaking to hear the minister’s empty replies, aided and abetted by Susan Acland Hood, the Permanent Secretary at the Department for Education.

Our bureaucrats and ministers, in the field of education, believe in Critical Social Justice. This philosophy believes that race, sex and “power” are, against all facts, the only attributes that matter.

Their aim is the creation of a new caste system based on these three concepts with “perceived victimhood” the arbitrary instrument used to determine where one fits in that newly designed human hierarchy.

Broadly, the poison being administered daily into our children psychological make-up seeks to divide and subdivide our peoples into arbitrary, inhuman, and artificial segments

Broadly, the poison being administered daily into our children psychological make-up seeks to divide and subdivide our peoples into arbitrary, inhuman, and artificial segments. It is a licence for constant social upheaval.

The aim is the heart and soul of our country, the target her destruction.

Should parents actively police what their children are being taught asked Caroline Ansell MP rhetorically?

We, as parents, must.

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