Friday, 16 October 2009

MEPs Call For EU Indoctrination Of Schoolchildren

MEPs call for compulsory 'EU lessons' in schools - Telegraph
Leaders of the centre-right EPP grouping in the European Parliament say there should be compulsory classes for 14-year-olds in all member states.

The calls are being led by Mario David, a Portuguese MEP who was chief of staff to European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso when he was the country's prime minister.

He claimed the controversy surrounding the Lisbon Treaty demonstrated their was widespread ignorance of the EU's work.
Widespread ignorance has been to the benefit of the EU.

Whether this happens or not, David is perhaps sensing that with the coming finalising of the Lisbon Constitution and all the high profile shenanigans to with presidencies and diplomatic services, etc, people will start to see what the EU is really up to. Then it will become necessary for them to pump out their propaganda.

Geoff (The Hoon) Hoon, proposed this three years ago. It seems it was quickly kicked out of touch. Let's see what happens this time. One thing's guaranteed: any shit fed to my grandkids at school will be thoroughly rejected at home.

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