As Welsh citizens are struggling to heat their homes and put food on their table, it’s nice to know that the Welsh government has decided to help Welsh teachers by giving them an extra £5,000… oh, actually, you’re not eligible for this if you’re white.
Branded the Ethnic Minority Incentive Scheme, the new racially-discriminatory initiative aims to “help make the [teaching] profession more diverse”, which is just another fancy way of saying they’re going to discriminate against white people and instead hire people from “diverse” backgrounds in order to boost their virtue points.
I actually wrote an article on the racism within diversity laws, which you can find here.
Under the new revised scheme, £2,500 is available to non-whites once they get their Qualified Teacher Status and a final payment of £2,500 once they’ve completed their induction.
Announcing the new incentive package, Education Minister Jeremy Miles said: “This incentive is an important part of the work we are doing to attract more Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic applicants into the teaching profession. Currently less than 2% of our teaching workforce are from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background. That simply isn’t good enough.”
Jeremy Miles says it’s not good enough that we only have 2% minorities in the teachers workforce… but I wonder how many whites are in the African teachers workforce? Bet it’s a whole lot less than in the UK. It’s despicable to see how the government openly discriminates against white people under the guise of “diversity”.
Imagine if a new scheme was launched giving people a £5,000 incentive for a job but said that Black people weren’t eligible, the uproar would be enormous. So why is this blatant double standard allowed when it quite clearly goes against the Equality Act 2010?