October 17, 2016 | Matthew Vadum
A Maoist-style reeducation fest approaches in Seattle schools.
Thousands of taxpayer-supported Seattle teachers are planning to don Black Lives Matter t-shirts this week in public schools and force-feed left-wing propaganda to their students about race in an effort to draw attention to the systemic racism they imagine is embedded in the public education regime.
The shirts say “Black Lives Matter” and “We Stand Together,” which is almost identical in meaning to the Hillary Clinton campaign slogan “Standing Together.”
The Black Lives Matter cult is animated by a hatred of normal American values. Its members idolize convicted, unrepentant black militants and cop-killers Assata Shakur and Mumia Abu Jamal and have declared “war” on law enforcement. Its members openly call for police officers to be assassinated. Sympathizer Micah X. Johnson answered the call murdering five cops in cold blood during a Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas in July. Black Lives Matter, which is vehemently anti-white, ought to be designated a domestic terrorist organization for fomenting a war against police, critics say.
The October 19 event is being run by Social Equality Educators (SEA), a group of teachers within the Seattle Education Association (SEA), a local collective bargaining unit. A political faction, SEE runs candidates for offices in the SEA.
October 18, 2016 | Joseph Klein
Teachers engage in week-long protest to promote a movement built on race hatred.
The toxic Black Lives Matter narrative is continuing to infiltrate our mainstream culture. It is even finding its way into our public schools. Case in point is the plan by about 1000 teachers in the Seattle public school system, with the strong backing of the school system administration, to wear “Black Lives Matter” T-shirts this week. Some of the educators’ t-shirts include a raised fist, not exactly a symbol of racial harmony and peaceful dialogue.
The participants in this solidarity “wear-in” also want a school curriculum that indoctrinates students to counter what one Black Lives Matter activist and Seattle high school teacher, Jesse Hagopian, called “institutional racism”and the “multiple oppressions that our kids face.” Hagopian opposes standardized testing as an example of such institutional racism.
The Seattle Education Association (SEA) Representative Assembly passed a resolution unanimously supporting the Black Lives Matter initiative. The SEA is a public teachers’ special interest organization. Its resolution stated that SEA will “endorse and participate in an action wearing Black Lives Matter t-shirts on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 with the intent of showing solidarity, promoting anti-racist practices in our schools, and creating dialogue in our schools and communities.”
The superintendent of schools also supports the demonstration of solidarity with Black Lives Matter on school premises.
The Seattle school system is not the bastion of “institutional racism” that Black Lives Matter and its supporters are making it out to be. Seattle is one of the most progressive cities in the nation. Its school district had passed a landmark “Ensuring Educational and Racial Equity Policy” in August of 2012, which called for the elimination of “the racial predictability and disproportionality in all aspects of education and its administration.” It also mandated the use of a Racial Equity Tool to ensure that “race be clearly called out and institutional and structural racism be addressed within our own organization.” The intent was to devise policies and curricula that close the “opportunity gap” holding students of color back.
If non-Muslim students are expected to go on a field trip to a mosque then Muslim students should be expected to go on a field trip to a church, a synagogue, etc.
If non-Muslim female students are expected to wear a hijab for a day in school then Muslim female students should be expected to go without a hijab for a day in school.
If non-Muslim students are expected to write an essay on their conversion to Islam then Muslim students should be expected to write an essay on their conversion to Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, etc.
If non-Muslim students are expected to learn about Islam in school, then Muslim students should be expected to learn [and equal time given to] Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.
If Muslim students are allowed to pray during school hours then non-Muslim students should be afforded the same opportunities to pray during school if they so choose.
It’s only fair, right?
Angry Muslim mom: ‘We’re going to be the majority soon!’
COMMON CORE: Islamic Indoctrination 101
13 April 2013
The best way to destroy our constitutional republic (along with its sacrosanct tenets and principles) is to indoctrinate our children in the ways of Islam. And, believe it or not–this is already taking place in the form of Common Core.
Common Core is a Leviathan which originated with the “One World Education” idea. The idea is designed to connect all educational systems on a global scale. Thus, in short–creating a singular, world-wide curriculum.
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26 April 2016 | By Leo Hohmann
Group launches petition drive to ‘stop Islamization of our schools’
The U.S. Department of Education has posted instructions to educators on its website imploring them to be aware of their responsibilities to protect Muslim students from “bullying.”
The DOE post urged teachers to “be sure to include Islam” in classroom discussions during “social studies, current events, children’s literature.”
The post is seen as so inflammatory by some Christian groups that a Change.org petition drive has been launched demanding the DOE “halt its efforts to Islamize school children.”
Virginia-based Christian Action Network announced it is collecting petitions to present to U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr.
Without providing any scientific data that bullying of Muslims is a problem in public schools or defining what type of behavior it would consider to be “bullying,” the DOE post says Muslim students face more bullying than at any time since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Read the DOE blog post titled “Protecting our Muslim Youth from Bullying: The Role of the Educator” or see screenshot below.
By Bob Unruh | 31 March 2016
Officials hand parents letter saying child’s attendance ‘not a good fit’
A preschool in the Denver area has booted a 4-year-old from its classes, telling her parents her attendance was “not a good fit” after the parents questioned the cooperative’s curriculum promoting homosexuality and transgenderism.
R.B. Sinclair of Aurora told the Denver Post her daughter was thrown out of Montview preschool and kindergarten.
“I think at this age they don’t know what bias is,” she told the newspaper. “They could have kids from Mars and they would still play with each other. It’s not that she isn’t exposed to diversity, because it is the world we live in, but how are they having these conversations?”
10 April 2016
‘It is we who blow ourselves up. It is we who blow up others’
A female news anchor in Saudi Arabia blasted fellow Arabs for terrorism in a video clip that’s going viral.
Saudi columnist and television anchor Nadine Al-Budair harshly criticized Muslims in the Arab world as “hypocrites” for failing to admit terrorism does not represent their faith. She said it was time for Muslims to own up to elements of their faith that encourage followers to commit terrorist attacks.
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From FrontPage Magazine
March 11, 2016 | By Matthew Vadum
As long as U.S. military personnel think the right thoughts, it doesn’t matter if they can fight.
The U.S. Army subjected 400 soldiers in Georgia to a “white privilege” indoctrination session last year, lecturing the troops on how our society supposedly systematically lavishes unearned benefits on those who are white, male, and heterosexual, a watchdog group reports.
“Outrageous – that is the only word to describe this type of raw racist indoctrination,” said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch.
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From Conservative Tribune
Common Core has a none too subtle agenda. Not only has it made something of a mess with math, it has also eliminated many of the literary classics and replaced them with progressive and Big Brother-approved texts, including the biography of Barack Obama. Surprise.
Thanks to Common Core literature, fourth graders in some schools are learning that white voters, and even America itself, are racist, reports Young Conservatives. Really, though, this shouldn’t surprise anyone. Time and time again we see how anyone who dares criticize Barack Obama’s leadership is publicly branded as a racist or a bigot.