The Maurice Smith review ruling that teachers may be members of the British National Party means that democracy has “just survived another leftist totalitarian onslaught on our basic freedoms,” said Nick Griffin MEP.
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“This is a commonsense decision, as classrooms should be places of learning and not far left indoctrination centres,” Mr Griffin said.
“There have been dozens and dozens of cases where extremist leftist teachers have been exposed trying to force their views onto children, but there has never been a single case ever of a BNP-supporting teacher promoting their views in the classroom.
“Nothing is ever done by the educational authorities over the leftists, yet they have seen fit to actually hold a ministerial review on the topic of BNP teachers,” Mr Griffin said.
“If anything, that should tell the observer all that is needed to be known on the topic.”
Mr Griffin said that the decision was a “good day for British democracy. Under a BNP government, there would be no employment prohibitions on anyone based on their political affiliations.
“That is what democracy is all about. That is what the BNP stands for, and it is only the other parties which seek the destruction of democracy, freedom of choice and expression,” he said.
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