Skip to comments.Angry Dadís 8 Words Shut Down School Board For Teaching Kids Sharia (Video)
Posted on 09/25/2017 5:06:33 PM PDT by ForYourChildren
What is the role of the education system in our childrens lives? It seems that its constantly changing. Once upon a time, it involved teaching our children things like reading, writing, math, science, history typical subjects to prepare them for the real world. Now, liberals are seemingly adding more and more to the curriculum, and not everyone is happy about it.
Parents were reportedly furious after learning that the San Diego School Board of Trustees partnered with the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, to launch an anti-bullying campaign. The campaign involves educating children about Islam, with the purported goal being to help students learn to respect each other.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that the campaign became controversial after it was picked up by conservative websites, but Trustee Kevin Beiser defended it, saying that there were misunderstandings about what the campaigns goals are. We will not allow Muslim students in San Diego schools to be spit on, he said, but it didnt placate the angry parents.
All students should be safe, a parent said. What about the Jews? another parent added. After the uproar died down, Beiser agreed with them, saying that no student should be bullied. We have made sure that, through the superintendents recommendation, were going to try to do a better job so when we teach in history class about Buddhism, Judaism and Christianity, were also going to teach about Islam, he explained. But this didnt satisfy the parents, either.
And when one father stood up to speak his mind, the parents cheered.
My name is Christopher Wyrick, Im a father, a husband, and a very, very proud American, he said. Ive been given many titles in my life, but the one Ill never accept is the one of infidel.'
(Excerpt) Read more at rankpolitics.com ...
but the one Ill never accept is the one of infidel.'
'Islam isn't in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Qur'an should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on earth'
-- Omar Ahmed, Chairman of the Board of CAIR
(Council of American Islamic Relations)
San Ramon Valley Herald, July 1998
San Diego has been invaded by Muslims.
The city used to be conservative with a high portion of the population in the military or working for defense contractors.
That is changing due to high tech and bio tech that have brought in lots of foreigners.
Damn damn damn.
If parents would remove their children from the government school system, things would change. Protesting and showing up at meetings accomplishes nothing.
I wasn’t sure about this source, “Rank Politics.”
It looks like they are running an older article, but posting it as recent.
Here is a video of Christopher Wyrick in front of the school board, posted May 5, 2017.
I’m a proud infidel.
Infidel: A person who does not acknowledge your god; a non-believer.
islam is a death-cult, not a religion.
Even if parents remove their children from public schools, unfortunately they still have to pay the taxes that fund their idiocy. I read today a fifth grade math teacher sent a letter to parents informing them that her kids will have to call her “they and them”, because of gender neutrality.
Another attempt by CAIR to get their camel’s nose under the tent of Americans.
>>That is changing due to high tech and bio tech that have brought in lots of foreigners.
But but - they’re so profitable. As long as they’re obedient and serve the collective good -doesn’t that outweigh the truth of what they, and the hive, really are?
How much is it worth to keep your kids from being brainwashed...
It’s roughly $10K per year for elementary and $18K a year for private high school in San Diego.
My kids went to public schools and I kept them from being brainwashed.
The truth is a powerful weapon that will defend itself.
You do have to be involved in their education and be willing to tell the rest of the story.
Yes, it requires great sacrifice either in money or in time and money for homeschooling. But what is more important than one’s children and their future? That is what people have to consider.
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