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PC in British Institutions

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Submitted by Paul Wakeford (Norway), Jan 26, 2004 at 09:44

Don't worry - as far as ordinary people are concerned in the UK, we think that the Prison Governor and his fellow travellers on the PC bandwagon are a bunch of self serving twits and mostly we laugh at them and their pathetic foolishness.
The people they are trying to "protect" from such insensitivities as openly celebrating Christian occasions openly laugh at those officials. Normally these PC fools are are public servant types such as police, teachers, local governement officials and generally many EU enthusiasts.
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