Obviously, violence can be accepted as being effective and also something a person does not wish to engage in.
Stupidly phrased/coded questions are going to catch out all sorts of people.
Prevent was awful when we were trained in it when it started. Everything we have heard, shows it got worse as it developed.
Now, we suspect, Westminster will taint autistic people with the *might be a terrorist* in the same way they have with others they do not like.
@CreatureOfTheHill are school children asked political questions, the answers of which lead to disciplinary actions?
It's not that clear in the article..
Comments about PREVENT are those from experience, as outlined, both as a staff member and a parent.
@CreatureOfTheHill That and the way the question is framed leaves too much room for interpretation. I can see myself answering it both ways, depending on what issue I'd think of, while being asked. Most of the times violence isn't the solution, but I really can't imagine overthrowing a dictator or solving a lot of the things happening during WWII or shortly after it with no violence what so ever.
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