danyet wrote:I'll tell you what has happened to our country!
Too many touchy feely ex-hippies in the media, in the teaching profession and now the politicians are sucking up to them in order to get a few more votes. While the real Aussies (like me) are shut out and ridiculed for speaking their mind.
Our schools are supervised by vegie eating man haters and soccer mums preparing for their next mission to hug a tree.
Our beaches are infested by 1,000 sheet wearing Fadi's waiting to spit on the next Aussie girl in a bikini to walk onto the sand.
OK! You must feel a little better getting that off your chest. The problem is if you approach the problem with that amount of anger it doesn't help either. There needs to be level heads and they need to address each problem on an individual level.
For example if that was my daughter I would fight so hard that the school would be humiliated publicly and in the courts if necessary. I would make my daughter continue to wear her jewels and if necessary I would sit in the playground with her until the school was sick of looking at my face.
You have to get people's attention to these problems in away that is not abusive but commonsense.
Strike a light! Our kids are baby sat by the Teletubbies.
What do you expect?
Shazzam wrote:This media coverage has angered me no end!
A young student in Queensland has been told by the Principle of her school (a state public school) that she cannot wear her gold crusifix to school.
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