Rockwood Academy is Run by Trojan Horse Beneficiaries and Endorsed by “Extremists”

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The Trojan Horse event of 2014 in Birmingham, which saw a political and media campaign to prove a “Islamist plot” to “takeover” state schools, and its fallout will go down in history as an eerily textbook implementation of neoconservative “father” Leo Strauss’ vision of the closed society.  Briefly, the fascist thinking of neoconservatism has exploitation of fear, public deception, ruthless militarism and a totalitarian society as its tools and aims. As I have covered in some detail citing neoconservative writers and thinkers, the idea is that an active military abroad will result in people handing their freedoms here at home on a platter to an intrusive, all-encompassing state controlled by a small elite.  Ultimately, a society willing to sacrifice its life for the neoconservative state is the ideal.  This seemingly dystopian vision however has more than flavour of reality in Britain.

The Trojan Horse fiasco – now known by Muslims as the “Trojan Hoax” – entrenched the far-right myth of the “Muslim takeover”. This was done by employing lying journalists to cook up stories of “extremism”, whilst neocon infiltrated education departments and regulators (Ofsted) were weaponised into feeding the myth of the Trojan Horse.  Muslim teachers were purged on the flimsiest of reasons – privately held beliefs – in order to fulfil the interconnected purposes of providing a pretext for regulatory measures (PREVENT), and constructing the fifth column Muslim enemy archetype. Of course, Ofsted was criticised by a host of academics early on, the “Trojan horse plot” turned out to be an elaborate piñata constructed by neocons, and courts are now overturning bans on Muslim teachers.

Rockwood Academy Militarisation

Despite the slow but steady disintegration of the Trojan hoax pretext, the neoconservative machine is chugging away at chipping and socially re-engineering the open society into a closed one. Leading the way is the Muslim-majority, Birmingham-based Rockwood Academy, formerly known as Park View School – the first victim of the Trojan Hoax political Islamophobia in the education sector.

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Bradford Trojan Hoax Exposed: The Story Behind the Removal of Governors at Laisterdyke Business College (1)

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In 2014, Andrew Gilligan brought out his wrench set comprising “Islamists”, “takeover”, “Islamising” and “schools” and proceeded to produce a hatchet-job focussing on two schools in Bradford: Carlton Bolling College and Laisterdye Business and Enterprise College. Gilligan’s piece was typically routine; a Muslim villain who is not entitled to behave like his white counterparts, an oppressed white teacher of sorts who accuses said villain of various things ranging from nepotism, “relentless” questioning and/or some sort of financial mismanagement.

It typifies the necessary demonization required for the people to be distracted enough so that they do not question the measures the government is taking to cure or excise this mythical Muslim villain or indeed whether there is any actual substance in the claims being made.

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Post-Trojan Hoax: Allegations of High-Level “Tactical Nepotism” at Park View Trust

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Nepotism is one of the allegations which was relentlessly hammered against the Muslim teachers at Park View Trust, which, fuelled by leaks by questionable teachers (who these are and what their positions are now will be elaborated on in a follow up expose) to the contradiction of other (non-Muslim) teachers, mutated into what Peter Clarke in his methodologically flawed, lop-sided “investigatory” report, called an “orchestrated plot”.

Nepotism, though is only problematic if it happens to be Muslims allegedly practising it. White evangelical Christians who purportedly do the same though, are not problematic and do not attract similar levels of smear and demonisation. If anything this demonstrates the institutionalised discrimination pervading neocon Britain today.

“Tactical Nepotism” by Colin Diamond

New allegations of nepotism extend to the upper echelons of the school employees. Sources close to PVET are stating that, Kamal Hanif, the Chair of PVET, assured parents that Tony Wilson, the principal of Golden Hillock School (PVET Academy), had come through a rigorous process of recruitment.

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