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25 January 2011

British Children Not Allowed in British Playgroup

Posted by Van Helsing

Britain under the rule of moonbats is not the best place to be British:

Emma Knightley, 25, and Kimberley Wildman, 27, turned up at the 'Making Links' playgroup with their children Imogen, 21 months, and Olivia, 18 months.
But they were stunned when organisers at the centre in St Neots, Cambs., ordered them to leave after being asked 'what country are you from' and they answered "British".
The best friends were told that only foreign mums and children are welcome at the council-funded playgroup…

Local mothers try to get their kids into the playgroup because it is free — i.e., financed through taxes by the very Britons who are not allowed to take part.

Making Links, which is based at the Priory Centre in St Neots, is funded by a £1,000 annual grant from St Neots Town Council. …
The aims of the project are to "develop cross-cultural friendships", "promote cultural identity and self-esteem" and "promote community relationships with local service providers".

Evidently "cross-cultural friendships" are not to include friendships with the Britons being displaced from their own country with the aggressive assistance of their own government.

Emma and Imogen. Tolerating blue-eyed kids would be discriminatory.

Hat tip: Nothing To Do With Arbroath.

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