UK Home Secretary: Parents and Teachers Should Report Homophobic, Racist, and Religious “Hate” to Police
Treasonous British government gives Jews everything they want: Whites forbidden to criticize non-Whites or even their own genocide; racially-conscious Whites to be given harsher sentences if accused of crimes; even schoolchildren on the playground to be reported to police for “incorrect” words and thoughts.
PARENTS AND TEACHERS are today urged to report homophobic, racist and religious “hate” to the police, the UK’s Home Secretary Amber Rudd (pictured) has said today as she vowed to “stamp out hate crime.”
Rudd says that Britain is a “proud and diverse society” and warns that “hate crime has no place in a 21st Century Great Britain that works for everyone.”
Rudd is today publishing a “hate crime action plan” which encourage schools and parents to “challenge hate crime in the playground” and report it to the police.
She will announce a survey to establish the levels of “bullying” in schools, while teachers will be giving new teaching materials to children to understand that “hate crime” is unacceptable.
Police will also face further scrutiny to ensure they are taking “hate crime” seriously with a review by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary, the watchdog group.
Rudd says: “Those who practise hatred send out a message that it’s OK to abuse and attack others because of their nationality, ethnicity, or religious background. That it’s OK to disregard our shared values and promote the intolerance that causes enormous harm to communities and individuals. Well, I have a very clear message for them. We will not stand for it. Hatred has no place whatsoever in a 21st century Great Britain that works for everyone. We are Great Britain because we are united by values such as democracy, free speech, mutual respect, and opportunity for all. We are the sum of all our parts — a proud, diverse society. Hatred does not get a seat at the table, and we will do everything we can to stamp it out.”
The Hate Crime Action Plan was originally drawn up by Theresa May, the Prime Minister, when she served as Home Secretary.
The Department for Education and the Department for Communities and Local Government is currently working on new teaching materials.
The Home Office said that they will “equip teachers to facilitate conversations around international events and the impact they have on communities here in the UK.”
Synagogues, churches, and mosques will be given government cash to protect themselves against attacks by racists, under plans to be published this week.
Rudd, the Home Secretary, will launch a new “hate crime” action plan, including a drive to punish offenders more harshly by ordering prosecutors to press for tougher sentences in court.
A £2.4 million fund will be set up to pay for “protective security measures” at places of worship, the Home Office said. [We all know which “places of worship” are meant here. — Ed.]
Rudd continued: “At a time of increased concerns about a climate of hostility towards people who have come to live in our country, let me be absolutely clear that it is completely unacceptable for people to suffer abuse or attacks because of their nationality, ethnic background, or colour of their skin. We will not stand for it.”
Prosecutors will be issued with fresh guidance on racially and religiously aggravated offences and encouraged to pursue tougher sentences against anyone accused of being motivated by “hate.”
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