Monday, 5 December 2011
Dr. Gallagher: Reasonable dialogue rather that frontal attack
Driven by ideology rather than reason, Dr. Bernard Gallagher, despite his skills as a researcher, has failed himself by not ensuring that his comments were based on facts.
The position of the British National Party is crystal clear: we don't want sexual indoctrination in schools. Education about the normal functions of the human body has nothing to do with sexual indoctrination.
Unfortunately, The Guardian seems to be driven by ideology rather than real concerns about the safety of children. The Guardian seems more interested in promoting adult agendas rather than protecting young children and young adults.
I sent a direct message to Dr. Bernard Gallagher, inviting him to discuss the matter. I assumed that Dr. Bernand Gallagher, as an academic, would be interested in talking about such an extremely important issue, before making political statements that have nothing to do with the protection of vulnerable youngsters.