‘Correct, Not Political’ Claim Teachers Now Asked to Collect Information on Pupils’ Beliefs in Conspiracy Theories

Correct, Not Political are a right-wing group who organise counter-protests and put up videos on YouTube giving their own coverage of Pride marches, Drag Queen Story Hour, anti-racist and pro-immigrant demonstrations, Extinction Rebellion and so on. Just how right-wing they are is shown by a section on their YouTube homepage devoted to ‘socialists and commies’. Having said that, watching some of their videos they do seem to be polite. Many of their videos about Pride and Drag Queen Story hour simply consist of them talking to the demonstrators, asking why they believe as they do and simply putting their own arguments. Quite often this is done simply and conversationally. I realise that with any broadcast material, including stuff from the official news organisations, you have to be careful of selective editing but they do come across much better than some of the left-wing demonstrators. Some of them come across as very aggressive, simply screaming ‘Trans Rights Are Human Rights’ and ‘Off Our Streets, Fascist Scum’, as if those are adequate replies or rebuttals. Other left-wing protests they interview are polite and personally reasonable.

They posted this piece up on their channel the other day, claiming that teachers have now entered into a contract with the government to report on whether their pupils hold one or more from a list of conspiracy theories. They are also asked how they are tackling these beliefs. This also includes whether they have been referred as radicalised.

This is the list.

They comment: Parents beware, the state have incentivised teachers to enter a contract in which they get subsidies on teaching materials in order for them to take part in surveys to collect data on your children, this is getting very scary.

See: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoFAZOEAhkrQVYVGuDeKIMA/community?lb=Ugkxg_YC8Wd9dAZJwdY7NODD525BjsJUW6Xr

I don’t know what’s going on here, as they have not said how they acquired this information, whether it was from a teacher or some other school or educational employee or official, nor how reliable this is. It could all have been cooked up as a form of disinformation designed to spread even more paranoia by someone. It’s possible that the list is correct, as the government is keen to prevent the radicalisation of young people through the Prevent programme, but it’s dubious whether this is part of it without further information.

They’re also wrong about one of the conspiracies. The Great Replacement, from what I understand, is the notion that the Jews are encouraging Black and Asian immigration to Europe to replace the White population. The idea that Muslims are going to replace us through immigration and outbreeding us is ‘Eurabia’.

I also wonder how many schoolchildren are actually interested in any of these stupid theories or have come across them on the web. It seems to me that a far greater problem is children seeing pornography or other age-inappropriate material, as well as the dangers of sexting and girls having the nude pics they sent to a boyfriend passed and put up for all to see.

Their commenters are naturally afraid of the state taking an interest and trying to control what pupils believe. I’ve got absolutely no problem with any teacher refuting any of these during lessons if they come up. But what is worrying is that some of their commenters seem to think some of them might be true. My guess, from some of the group’s content, this would be the theories about climate change and the ‘scamdemic’, in which the Covid crisis has been manufactured to take away our freedom.

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11 Responses to “‘Correct, Not Political’ Claim Teachers Now Asked to Collect Information on Pupils’ Beliefs in Conspiracy Theories”

  1. trev Says:

    Weren’t the creators of The Simpsons in on the 9/11 plot? And they also predicted Trump’s Presidency! As for the the NWO and the creation of America as the ‘New Atlantis’ , certain key figures throughout history were allegedly involved including Sir Francis Bacon, Dr. John Dee, Giordano Bruno, Tommasso Campanella, Christian Rosencreutz, and many more going all the way back to Arkenhaten (according to Manly P. Hall, himself a 33° Mason). Alternative authors Hancock and Bauval traced much of the plot in their book ‘Talisman’, and it’s not a “theory”, it’s factual evidence based.

    • beastrabban Says:

      I’m more than a bit sceptical about the creators of the Simpson’s being in on the 9/11 terror plot. But there are some interesting coincidences there. For example, I think Frederick Forsythe published a thriller back in 1975 about terrorists using an airliner to crash into the Twin Towers.

      I’ve got very mixed feelings about Graham Hancock. He does say some very interesting stuff, but other things he says exceed my boggle factor. I found of clip of him on the Joe Rogan experience talking about the lost civilisations of the Amazon. Those certainly existed. But I checked out when he said they could have been more advanced than we are by building using ‘nonmaterial processes’. By which I think he means telekinesis. This sounded to me very highly dubious.

      • trev Says:

        There are some similarly mind-boggling pieces of esoteric information out there, not least Edgar Cayce’s explanation of how the Great Pyramid was built in one night by an Atlantean magician who levitated the stones into place as they “zinged” through the air like bullets!
        The Simpsons coincidentally had an image of Bart with the Twin Towers in the background and the 9/11 in the corner. It might have been a comic cover illustration and 9/11 the price or something like that.

      • trev Says:

        There is an article here on the subject:

      • beastrabban Says:

        Thanks for the Simpson’s article and the link, Trev.

    • gillyflowerblog Says:

      Don’t know about The Simpsons, as I’ve never watched it. However episode 1 of The Lone Gunmen, a spin off of X Files, featured a plane crashing into world trade centre
      Gill

      • beastrabban Says:

        That’s interesting – I never saw the Lone Gunmen. I did find a copy of their DVD in the Bristol branch of HMV. I left it there meaning to come back and buy it later. Unfortunately when I did it had gone. Boo, boo, boo!

  2. Mark Pattie Says:

    Slightly off topic, but on the conspiracy of BS conspiracies, did you hear about GB “Spews”‘ Neil Oliver (yes, the Coast Guy) platforming a known Holocaust denier (Peter Northallerton, I mean Sweden) onto his show? Aaand you wonder why it’s going down the Tubes as a channel. Neil Oliver seriously needs mental health support before he goes full David Ike/anti-Semite.

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