"We already know that the problems besetting the educational establishment are too deep-rooted to be solved in one term of government, before they are reversed by the next administration.
In Gove’s case, Cameron changed his horses in mid-stream because he feared the unpopularity of Gove’s reforms affecting votes for the Tories in GE 2015.
If that ain’t a reason to question the viability of representative democracy, I don’t know what is.
You must already know nothing will be done until the teaching unions and educational establishment are PURGED of Reds and feminists, who only strive to hide their failure by changing the curriculum yet again and the way pupil achievement is graded.
If you want to fix education, question feminism and question the basis of democracy.
What is democracy but the tyranny of people who don’t know and don’t care about foreign policy?
Democracy might just work if the overwhelming majority of us were wise and good, but you must know that this is most certainly not the case.
Most Britons are welfare-dependent, most of the proletariat are not working, most British mothers are unmarried, which means that most Britons of the next generation will be illegitimate. No good will come of this."