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