Race re­la­tions

Townsville Bulletin - - Text The Editor -

Da­toa 4810 My ad­vice is, al­ways ig­nore do-good­ers who spend their en­tire work­ing lives look­ing for prej­u­dice where there isn’t any. Be­ing po­lit­i­cally cor­rect to the point of para­noia in or­der to jus­tify their job and their ex­is­tence. Care for all peo­ple but don’t be­come in­volved in this sort of rub­bish, like the ‘‘ Baa Baa Black Sheep’’ de­ba­cle. In fact my daugh­ter has now spe­cially pur­chased a nurs­ery rhyme book with that one in it, so that her chil­dren will read and en­joy them as she did. VJ Re chang­ing Baa Baa Black Sheep. They wanna change Goldilocks too cause it’s wrong to teach kids to break and en­ter and steal peo­ples food. Se­ri­ous!! What’s the world com­ing to it’s ridicu­lous JD Mount Louisa Just a thought will all the folk who have the name Black or White have to change their names MAM Bushie Bch What idiots thoughts led to chang­ing nurs­ery rhymes. Our chil­dren are not born racist its com­ments and peo­ple like u that are. DT. Kelso Dee­Jay Rass, can we start with Capt Cook? UR an il­le­gal im­mi­grant too, just not an in­tel­li­gent one. Hon­key I can’t be­lieve that it has come down to chang­ing ‘‘ Baa Baa Black Sheep’’ to ‘‘ Baa Baa Rain­bow Sheep’’ so ev­ery­body is happy. Next we will be chang­ing the black ball to a colour ev­ery­body is happy with in or­der to sat­isfy ev­ery­one. It is be­yond a joke now. An­thony, Kelso

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