Apparently, the Aussie notion of a “fair go for all” means stealing my money to pay this clown to poison the minds of children:
I am a teacher. I teach at a secondary school in Sydney’s western suburbs
In fact, Mr. Bob Treasure is the head teacher of a faculty at the Erskine Park High School in Sydney. He’s also an enthusiastic supporter of totalitarianism:
What’s more, the considerably greater proportion of GDP expenditure on education in Cuba is spread evenly. It is designed to make opportunity the same for all. There is no palpable nor obscene inequality of private schools with abundant resources and public schools with few. The Cuban education system is one built upon social justice, and for that we say:
Blessed with Fidel’s munificent education system, the young Cuban Eloi can use their reading skills on books they’ll get jailed for reading, research things on the internet which they’re not permitted to access, learn about other countries they’re not allowed to travel to, learn about their government which they’re not allowed to oppose.
Well, at least if they get sick, they’ll be taken care of in Cuba’s glorious “free” healthcare system.
This is something of which the Cuban people are rightly proud, and it is something for which we say:
Well, I loved the cockroaches and blood on the floor. Very colourful. Viva Fidel!
Just the kinda guy we need teaching the young’ns.
I hope the bastard ends up under Val Prieto’s floorboards.