And, though almost every aspect of mainstream British life has been shaped by Christian belief and values, there’s been a growing tendency for schools to treat Christianity as just one among many, instead of giving it the prominence it merits in the school curriculum.
Worse, some headteachers actively promote Islam, often in cahoots with local Islamic cultural (i.e. proselytising) organisations.
Many parents are unaware of the brainwashing of their children, or else feel powerless to stop it – which is why Britain First works to expose indoctrination and support parents who oppose it.
Until recently, schools in Dorset, south-west England have been mercifully Islam-free, but in the last few years left-liberal teachers have begun pushing the Islamic agenda.
For example, in May 2018, St Nicholas Church of England Primary School in the village of Child Okeford invited Dorchester’s new Islamic Centre to provide an ‘Introduction to Islam’.
In 2015, Bovington Primary School in Wareham wrote the following in a gushing report of a class visit to a Bournemouth mosque:
‘When we arrived, we were greeted by our guides, and given a warm welcome. All adults and children removed their shoes before stepping inside the prayer room as this is part of the Muslim culture.’
‘Guides were very informative, we found out about the types of clothing Muslims wear, the routine of washing before prayer, the five pillars of Islam. Then the children were shown how Muslims pray.’
Accompanying photos (copied from Fahrenheit211 blog, as the originals appear to have been removed from the school’s website) show white British children in Mohammedan garb, others kneeling and bowing to Allah on prayer mats or the carpeted floor of the mosque:
A particularly disgusting irony of this visit is that many of the parents were British Army servicemen based at Bovington Camp, some with personal experience of the bloody reality of Islam in Afghanistan and other Middle Eastern hellholes.
Unsurprisingly, several parents complained, prompting headteacher Juliet Muir to remark that she was ‘really saddened to read some of the negative comments both on Facebook and sent to school with regard to this trip’.