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Teachers ‘Racist Rhyme’ Gets Him Sacked For Failing To Modernise

by | 26th, February 2011

JAMES Hersey, 68, tells the 16-year-old boy a neat way to remember the wiring colour coding system for electronic resistors:

“Black Boys Rape Our Young Girls, But Virgins Go Without.”

The code is: black, brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, grey and white. The mnemonic works. How can now forget it? You may come to repeat it over and over to such a degree that you start to mutter it in your sleep, on buses or as you are having all manner of colours kicked out of you by anti-racists.

Mr Hersey was sacked. He has been found guilty of unacceptable professional misconduct at a disciplinary hearing of the General Teaching Council. He failed to “demonstrate respect for diversity and promote equality”.

Racism and teaching need to be inclusive and modern. The new way is to replace “black” with “brown” or “bisexuals”; replace “our” with “orange”; and “without” with “whoring”.

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