Secular vs plural in Scotland’s schools

A debate on the surface about 'privilege' is in reality about much more...

As Scotland's schoolchildren head off on their half term holidays this week they could be forgiven their ignorance. Ignorance that in their midst, whilst they get on with growing up, wild Christian groups operate unchecked, seeking to prosletyse at every turn. For not realising they were being subjected to 'compulsory prayer' and that their assemblies were in fact closet church services. For not realising that the nice chaplain in the corner from the church down the road, was actually a ravenous wolf in disguise, seeking to infiltrate their minds with stories of spaghetti monsters and sky fairies.

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