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Topic - Patricia Morgan
A major new study out of the Netherlands has found that children who are exposed to "diversity" or "anti-racism" classes are more likely to harness animosity toward other cultures.
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"Pupils are being accused of things they haven't thought or done. Multiculturalism attempts to manipulate children's thoughts, beliefs and emotions, it amounts to indoctrination, and it doesn't work. It is counter-productive," she said. "This study shows that when people try to manipulate children's minds, it bounces back on them."
Education expert and author Patricia Morgan said yesterday: "If you rub children's noses in their supposed racism, they resent it."