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While hanging around outside schools is probably quite familiar to the rank and file of the BNP – this time they had an excuse. Well kind of.. .this time it's not those bloody immigrants – it's unwashed commie teachers brainwashing kids into a precocious knowledge of the facts of life.

A delegation from the far-right party picketed Grenoside Community primary school in Sheffield last Tuesday over proposals that would see children aged between four and six being taught about reproduction in mammals.

Frothing at the mouth far right loonies claimed the lessons (about rabbits) were  'bordering on paedophilia'. In fact Nasty Nick Griffin weighed in via Twitter “Mental paedophiles behind sick plan must drop it or face demos at home too."

One of the mental paedophiles behind the sick plan - Colin Fleetwood, headteacher said "It's about mummy rabbits and daddy rabbits". Just when you thought the nasty party couldn't burrow any deeper.

There are 4 comments on this story...
Added By: Anonymous - 6th December 2011 @ 12:06 AM
this is a site for cunts
Added By: Anonymous - 6th December 2011 @ 12:07 AM
google " labour 25" and you will see the real truth
Added By: James - 6th December 2011 @ 12:50 AM
Some insightful comments there from BNP supporter and anti-fucking-like-rabbits activist Anonymous.
Added By: Anonymous - 15th January 2012 @ 6:11 PM
is that why you're here then?
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