Great idea by a british primary school in East Lancashire: More than 2,000 10 and 11-year-olds will see a short film, which urges them to tell the police, their parents or a teacher if they hear anyone expressing extremist views.
A lion explains that terrorists can look like anyone, while a cat tells pupils that should get help if they are being bullied and a toad tells them how to cross the road.
Lion, cat, toad, WTF? Why don’t they just give everyone a copy of Where’s Bin Laden? As a government poster in Terry Gilliam’s Brazil famously proclaims: Be a Good Citizen and Turn in a Friend. (via Bruce Schneier) And that’s it folks, WWII and Nazi Germany explained in a nutshell. (via Fark) (Hitler @ the Beach courtesy of 4chan)