Noughts and Crosses' Protest Newspaper Report
After the Cross Government allowed a small number of Nought children to attend Cross Private Schools throughout the country as a apart of the “Nought Benefit Package”, protests were staged across all schools that had accepted the Noughts to become a part of the daily education program of a typical teenage Cross. Many Cross students throughout the country expressed their negative views on the Noughts joining in their learning community by surrounding the front gates of their schools, shouting with signs and posters once the Noughts had arrived on the first day of school this year.
The Heathcroft High School protest was the largest in comparison to the other protests across the country, having around 65 students join the “Honky Veto Group” in their rally. Cross students held signs and posters saying things such as “No blankers allowed” as well as chanting “No Blankers in our school” repeatedly.
The Cross Police Force were already prepared for such an event due to the negative behavior students were portraying when it was announced that Noughts would be attending their school the following year. The protest started to get out of hand when the four Noughts attending Heathcroft had entered the school premises. Police were on top of all the occurrences at all times and escorted the Noughts through the school gates.
The daughter of Mr Hadley, a presidential candidate, stood at the school doors and made an announcement saying that the protesters were behaving like animals and blankers. After this, the mob slowly began to depart from the venue, disappointed in themselves and shocked at Miss Hadley’s behaviour and attitude.
A bystander told “The Black Star Times” that the Police, with the help of Miss Hadley, took care of the incident very well and no one was harmed during the event.
The headmaster of Heathcroft High School, Mr Corsa was shocked and ashen with what had happened. He exclusively talked to “The Black Star Times” about his