The UK National Children’s Bureau recently issued a 366-page guide on how to spot and discourage racist behavior in children. Three-hundred and sixty-six pages of potential racist incidents? Well, not exactly.
The National Children’s Bureau, which receives £12 million a year, mainly from Government funded organisations, has issued guidance to play leaders and nursery teachers advising them to be alert for racist incidents among youngsters in their care.
This could include a child of as young as three who says “yuk” in response to being served unfamiliar foreign food.
This really shouldn’t be that surprising. There are only so many prejudices in this world, so when government bureaucrats try to put together a tome of this girth on that topic (to justify their budget, for instance), they may need to descend to this kind of silliness just to fill space.