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IS LEWES RACIST

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On 9 Aug 2010 at 10:17pm CROSS wrote:
FROM A CROSS LOCAL TEACHER
I SHALL JUST STOP SAYING HELLO TO ANYONE I DONT KNOW UP AT WALLANDS NOW, IN CASE I OFFEND SOMEONE OR MAKE THEM FEEL ISOLATED !!! IT IS NOT BECAUSE OF THE COLOUR OF THEIR SKIN IT IS BECAUSE I AM A FRIENDLY SORT OF PERSON LIKE THAT !!
I ENDEAVOUR TO TREAT ALL MY PUPILS IN A FIRM BUT FAIR WAY, ON THE BASIS OF THEIR NEEDS AND CAPABILITIES, NOT WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE. I AM SURE MOST OTHER LOCALS DO THE SAME
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On 9 Aug 2010 at 10:26pm Decent Citizen wrote:
The parents of children at Wallands need to let this monster know we will not put up with his c*** . The children need our help. Poor little s*** having a parent like this. Be brave parents, stand up to him, he is a nasty individual who need"s putting in his place. I worry for the children. Please do what you can to help them.
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On 10 Aug 2010 at 7:12am footymum wrote:
I agree with you CROSS the playground will not have the same social buzz in it anymore if we are not careful. I personally hope this all calms down before the children go back or it is going to affect them.
 
 
On 10 Aug 2010 at 8:45am Barry wrote:
let him know your thoughts: davidjamessmith.net/contact/
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On 11 Aug 2010 at 9:38am Sair wrote:
The author of the article is an attention seeker, he must love living in Lewes where he can consider his family a 'minority' and thus he appears to expect 'special' treatment, in Brixton he would not have been able to 'stand out' as I suspect he likes too. And the article was very poorly written which is the worst thing of all ha ha


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Well it looks as if I can jet off soon , none of the loud mouths with nothing behind them have anything to say, all piss and wind... more
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