Teach­ers un­der at­tack? It’s just a pity they’re not

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A BE­LEA­GUERED group of cit­i­zens are protest­ing about the hor­rific treat­ment be­ing meted out by their own Gov­ern­ment.

Scream­ing to any soul who’ll lis­ten that they’re un­der dev­as­tat­ing at­tack by the state.

Cow­er­ing be­neath desks, hid­ing be­hind doors, des­per­ately seek­ing bunkers, they shiver with fear and fury as they re­count the “vi­cious as­sault” they’re sub­jected to.

No, I’m not talk­ing about the poor bas­tards in Syria be­ing bombed to death by that weird fella with the mous­tache who used to be an op­ti­cian.

I’m talk­ing about Bri­tish TEACH­ERS.

Yes – that moan­ing bunch of c***s.

With ex­quis­ite irony, right smack bang in the mid­dle of their manda­tory two week Easter hol­i­day that you, me, and ev­ery other poor f***ing tax­payer in the coun­try coughs up for, teach­ers have voted to strike.

It’s not good enough, ap­par­ently, that they ‘only’ earn on av­er­age just un­der £33,000 a year.

It is a scan­dal that the evil pow­ers-that-be make them work all the way from 9am to 3.40pm ev­ery day, with only two play­times and just one sub­sidised lunch break in be­tween.

And it is noth­ing short of down­right out­ra­geous that these badly-paid, over­worked he­roes get only 13 f***ing weeks’ hol­i­day a year.

The NASUWT na­tional trea­surer Bryan Cook­son was the man

COOK­SON: F***ing c**t!

who de­scribed a tin­ker­ing of teach­ers’ pen­sions – es­sen­tially so that they pay for them and we don’t – as a “vi­cious as­sault”.

I’d love to see him ex­plain THAT to for­mer Brit sol­dier Stephen Bain­bridge, who earned more than a third less than these ridicu­lous half-arsed tw*ts and had his legs blown off for the priv­i­lege.

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