An Exercse In Tolerance And Equality

I changed one frame in the 10:10 school massacre video from this :


Had they made the movie this way, all hell would have broken lose. Pleas would have been coming down from world leaders to not release the video. Calls from Downing Street and The White House would have been made.

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

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7 Responses to An Exercse In Tolerance And Equality

  1. Mike M. says:

    And for the culturally atrophied like myself, apparently, who might this be? Looks like a young Natalie Wood…

  2. Bryn says:

    Come on Steve, that was quite unwarranted and inaccurate. I can count at least two darker-skinned youngsters in the class, probably enough to represent the current UK population — in a nice middle-class WASPy suburb anyway. And they were not blown up. The ones that were exploded looked pretty sullen and would probably not be missed?? Look further into the film and suitably doltish-looking characters were the adult victims — as would be expected, given the theme of this “masterpiece”.

    Just don’t let your otherwise excellent blog be marred by unnecessary gratuitous racial slurs. The film was sufficiently execrable as it is: keep on that message.

    • Racial slurs? Huh?

      If this movie had depicted an Islamic child being blown up, there would be global riots. It is the self-hating, depressed, white filmmakers who don’t have the courage to protect their own children which are the problem.

      How did you come to the conclusion that this piece is racist?

  3. bruce says:

    hey, If we in the US could get students to wear nice duds like that to school… this stupid rot would have some good outcome.

    • I went to high school in England, and there was no doubt that the uniforms took a lot of social pressure off the kids.

      • Byz says:

        Uniforms are great 🙂

        1) when your children are girls it stops all the debate about “what shall I wear today”

        2) It doesn’t show your background

        3) you can hand clothes down and save money 🙂

        4) when some little b*st*rd vandalises your property you know which school they are from 🙂

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