He was already fired from another school for calling Muhammad a “false prophet”.
The Oxford Mail reports the happening: Joshua Sutcliffe – this is the name of the teacher – got fired from Cherwell School in Oxford back in November 2017 for repeatedly misgendering a trans boy. He said his christian faith and beliefs could not allow him to accept the gender theory.
After he was sacked, he wrote a letter to the school saying: “As a Christian, I do not share your belief in the ideology of transgenderism. I do not believe that young children should be encouraged to self-select a ‘gender’ which may be different from their biological sex; or that everyone at school should adjust their behaviour to accommodate such a ‘transition’; or that people should be punished for lack of enthusiasm about it. […] Implementation of these ideas is detrimental to the welfare of children, which I believe should be a paramount consideration.”
He then moved to another school in London where his extremist ideas did not stop. In fact, he got fired a second time after he made intensive comments about Islam in a YouTube video on his channel.
“I know this is controversial and I know that people might be offended by what I’m saying but I do it in love and because I want to speak the truth. I believe Muhammad is a false prophet, I would suggest that Muslims have a false understanding of God because they’ve been led by a false prophet. Jesus is the only true prophet because he is God in the flesh, he is the voice of God, he brings true revelation and understanding because he is God. We must have other false prophets in this nation, never mind those that are following the teaching of Muhammad.”
In a second video posted to his YouTube channel, Sutcliffe claimed the “LGBT+ mafia” and “Islamic mafia” had him fired from both schools.
He said: “Both camps used bully tactics and intimidation and they’re getting people sacked all around the country. […] This is very dear to my heart, I love education, I love teaching and I really enjoy teaching maths. The sad thing for me is that I’m not allowed be me, I do my job excellently, I teach maths very well and I understand the curriculum. The problem is that we’ve got the LGBT+ mafia which got me kicked out of one school and the Islamic mafia who got me kicked out of another. Teachers are scared stiff of these bullies.”
Up until the beginning of this month, a court order barred the media from reporting his name and the names of the schools where he worked. This order expired.