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It is safe for our EYFS KS1 KS2 schools to open despite the media and union push to remain closed.

Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by EastLondon, May 22, 2020.

  1. EastLondon

    EastLondon New commenter

    Wash hands before food, clean rooms every night. Nothing terrible will happen. The science and doctors telling you this are silenced or verbally attacked/discredited and the majority of people believe the media and censorship are doing us a favour. They aren't. The agenda is global. See Agenda30 and UN sustainable development goals 16.9 ID2020. Our economies crashing will be seen to be saved by the private sector and will cost communities their voices, (what they currently have left) on decision making on behalf of the public health/good of their society. Hearts and minds led, bottom up thinking will be replaced by top down financially beneficial programs that are based on profit from performance goals- that consider only what is deemed cost effective. Unions are set on ignoring the science that says it is safe, creating false fear and division that destroys our economybecause the richest men in the world will be made more powerful. We need to stand up against unions and for common sense, we need to stand with our Heads and governments if rebuilding our society is their goal. We need to use our heads and bring the chn back to school in a normal and relaxed way.
  2. caterpillartobutterfly

    caterpillartobutterfly Star commenter

    How do we square this with the NAHT or ACSL?
    Both of which are reluctant to open schools, but are the 'Heads' you want us to stand with.

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