Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Important work going on in Poland

Following on from the news that children as young as five in England are being encouraged to read books at schools with the titles 'The Sissy Duckling', 'Hello Sailor' and 'Daddy's Roommate' and teenagers are provided by their local LEAs with a book entitled 'strange boy' which talks about a boy of 10 and 14 getting jiggy with each others bits, Poland have gone one step further....

Poland to probe if Teletubbies are gay

The 10-year-old Teletubbies became a target of religious conservatives after US
evangelist Jerry Falwell suggested Tinky Winky could be homosexual.

Poland's conservative government took its drive to curb what it sees as
homosexual propaganda to the small screen today, taking aim at Tinky Winky and
the other Teletubbies.

Ewa Sowinska, government-appointed children rights watchdog, told a local
magazine published today she was concerned the popular BBC children's show
promoted homosexuality.

She said she would ask psychologists to advise if this was the case.

In comments reminiscent of criticism by the late US evangelist Jerry Falwell,
she was quoted as saying: "I noticed (Tinky Winky) has a lady's purse, but I
didn't realise he's a boy."

"At first I thought the purse would be a burden for this Teletubby ... Later I
learned that this may have a homosexual undertone."

Poland's rightist government has upset human rights groups and drawn criticism
within the European Union by apparent discrimination against homosexuals.

Polish Education Minister Roman Giertych has proposed laws sacking teachers who
promote "homosexual lifestyle" and banning "homo-agitation" in schools.

But in a sign that the government wants to distance itself from Sowinska's
comments, Parliamentary Speaker Ludwig Dorn said he had warned her against
making public comments "that may turn her department into a laughing stock".

The 10-year-old Teletubbies, which features four rotund, brightly coloured
characters loved by children around the world, became a target of religious
conservatives after Falwell suggested Tinky Winky could be homosexual.

Forget Russia and 'Star Wars mark II'; this is the hot topic of the moment! Could the pure Polish boys suddenly break free of all restraint, eat too many burgers and paint themselves purple before dancing around with handbags saying 'eh oh' and banging their bits into their friend's fundaments? Quite possibly. Which is why we need a ministry to stop it!


Harry said...

I think the Teletubbies are actually a secret Al Quida cell. The one with the aerial on his head should not be trusted!!

Trixy said...

that's the same one with the handbag, so clearly a conspiracy...

james higham said...

Moral Majority crusades are a joke but pushing homosexual literature in schools is just insidious.