Conflicts arise when cultures that were never meant to co-exist are forced to. Regardless of if E.U. leader Angela Merkel wishes to acknowledge it or not, “force” is the only way that the living arrangement suffered by those living in the Union would describe it. What the Park Avenue Girls’ High School in Britain has done shows that England should have departed the European Union long before Islam got their talons so deeply into the system.
The Conservative Daily Tribune writes that the school has “come under heavy media scrutiny for its reported habit of not providing easily accessible toilet paper, soap or even drinking water” to those that attend. The school claims that “cultural reasons” are to blame for the outrage, but what culture does not drink water during the grueling school day?
For that matter, doesn’t that culture do more than that during the course of the day?
Headteacher Abdul Ghafoor Salloo said, “The children, they do use the toilets, and traditionally, because we are Asian, we wash, not only wipe,” the London Telegraph reports. Some may be offended by the question, but if there is not any toilet paper, what are they wiping (before washing) with.
Come to think of it, what are they using to wash? Do they have washcloths even though they have not TP?
“There are facilities for pupils to clean themselves,” Salloo also said. “There are facilities for cleaning yourself in the toilet — it might be hard for someone who doesn’t traditionally wash to understand, and washing is better than wiping clean.”
The U.K.’s Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services, and Skills has given the school it’s the lowest rating over these s0-called cultural differences, too. However, if this were not a protected class of Islamists conducting this uncouth horror, they would have been closed down a long time ago.
“At the time of the inspection, it was not the school’s common practice to provide soap for pupils’ hand-washing, toilet roll in the toilets or suitable drinking water,” found a report “compiled by Ofsted” after a visit.
“Toilet paper is available from the school office when pupils request it. Pupils told inspectors that they sometimes avoided using toilets for the whole school day because of this,” it was also discovered. Literally, students are being shamed (either on purpose or as a result of this practice) for having to use the bathroom!
The BBC has found that broken windows exist throughout the school and glass from it was just left dangerously behind. The schools head said this was only because of construction and that the glass was simply “overlooked.”
“There are still a few bits and bobs to be done,” Salloo claimed. “We didn’t mean to harm our children.”
The Tribune had said that this amounts to “child abuse” and it is hard to argue with that assessment. When even proper bathroom needs are not met, it is a lot more than a difference in cultures.