Monday, January 21, 2008

Michael Bawtree: fucking bawbag

Via the Reptile, who approaches the subject with his usual sharp eye and cool head, I find this piece of shit from Michael Bawbagtree, entitled, The lesson is clear: get rid of private schools.
It would make a very interesting study to draw up a list of some 20 or 30 criteria and compare the findings in a typical state comprehensive and a typical private day school. It would become obvious why people are so keen to get their children into private schools (assuming they can afford it) or into the best state school (as a second best) if all else fails.

Have you got that? Michael Bawbag is saying that independent schools are really rather good at teaching children, and that state schools are pretty fucking shit.

So, your starter for ten is: which one does Michael Bawbag advocate shutting down?

Yes, Michael Bawbag advocates shutting down the schools that work and forcing all children into the schools that don't work. And why?
At the very heart of the problem is the fact that all those parents who can, send their children to private schools for very obvious reasons; as do many who find it a financial struggle. These parents, by and large, are those in society who hold the best jobs, who are the most eloquent and who have the greatest political clout. So long as they can buy the best, they will rarely, if ever, speak out against the poorer standards that they have side-stepped with the help of their wallets.

You really are a fucking ignorant little fucker, aren't you? How many parents would prefer not to have to spend £20,000 a year, plus, on their children's education, eh? The vast majority, I would say.

Apart from anything else, Michael Bawbag, Polly Toynbee sent her children to private schools and that hasn't stopped that rancid old witch from opening her fucking gob at every opportunity, as The Reptile points out. The same applies to that fat, talentless tit, Diane Abbott.

The same applies to your humble Devil, in fact. Because, Michael Bawbag, I have attended a good school and I want everyone to have that opportunity. And you know what I propose, Michael Bawbag? I propose looking at a system that we know works: the Swedish education voucher system. And that system, which is—and I cannot stress this enough—proven to fucking work, requires all schools to be independent; in fact, Michael Bawbag, it requires the very opposite of what you advocate.

The reason that state schools are shit is really quite obvious. The clue is, in fact, in the name: it is because they are schools controlled by the state. And almost everything that the state touches turns to a massive pile of fresh, stinking shit. It then evolves into a slightly dessicated, moribund pile of old, stinking shit.

You are a fucking moron, Michael Bawbag, and an ignorant fucking cunt—but, then, you were a teacher, so our expectations weren't exactly high. Might I suggest, Michael Bawbag, that you could do a lot worse than to drink a massive bottle of bleach and die in hideous, screaming agony.

Please, Michael Bawbag: make it so.

5 comments:

Ed said...

The worry is that many Tories think this way too, so any chance of a radical education policy under Cameron is approximately zero.

Pogo said...

My brother probably falls into the group that Bawbag wants neutering... He struggles to find the fees to educate his three kids privately, so why does he do it? Quote: "I looked at all the local state schools and despite this being a fairly middle class neighbourhood, they were uniformly shite. Even the best wasn't a patch on the 'Secondary Modern' that I went to.".

Seems to sum it up.

vicola said...

My parents went without a lot of things to send my brother and I to private schools because our local comp was, to use a technical phrase, a sack of shite filled with the Strangeways inmates of tomorrow. If my parents chose to spend their post tax earnings on that what the fuck does it have to do with Mr Ballsack or whatever his name is? They could have chosen to spend it on crack on whores, would that have been a better use in his opinion? Why doesn't the pig ignorant little swine think before opening his stupid cakehole?

TDK said...

At City Link, Sol Stern (an advocate of vouchers) argues that pedagogy is the main problem.

http://www.city-journal.org/2008/18_1_instructional_reform.html

Longrider said...

Have you seen Moonbat's thoughts on public schools?

All out class war, no less.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/story/0,,2244731,00.html