School district officials in San Bernardino County say they will discontinue a policy that required elementary school students to kneel down before being dismissed to class.
Principal Dana Carter at Calimesa Elementary School had reportedly
instituted the policy, which called for students at various times of the
school day to kneel down on one knee and wait for the principal or another administrator to dismiss them, as a safety measure.
“She says that she has to drop down on one knee with her hands at her
side, wait for the principal to come out, lift his arms and tell them to
go to class,” said the mom.
Hey, have to teach the kids to be proper peasants, and display proper obeisance to the lords, now don't they?
I repeat, 'safety measure' my ass. And the fact that the school district thought that
This was a good idea, and
They could get away with this
tells you a lot about what they think of the students. And what the district is really after.
Speaking of socialists in progressive clothing,
As a measure of his dedication to authoritarian socialism and his
suitability to run the Ministry of Truth it is worth quoting an article
published in the Guardian during the smoking ban debate:
"the final answer is the vigorous use of state power to coerce and
repress. I firmly believe that repression can be a great, civilizing
influence for good. Stamp hard on certain 'natural' beliefs for long
enough and you can almost kill them off".
No 'nudge units' or 'behavioral insight teams' for Red Andy, just good old fashioned nightsticks and jackboots.
He goes further with the cultural replacement agenda:
"The police are first in line to be burdened further , but a new
Race Relations Act will impose the will of the state on millions of
other lives too".
Faced with a fanatic with beliefs like that Churchill's reputation is bound to take a hit.
Churchill? Why did he come into this?
The professor's rewriting of history includes the assertion that Winston Churchill "was not a decisive influence on the nations willingness to fight on against Hitler when Britain was on its knees in 1940".
He makes this assertion but fails to tell us what did the influence the
people to fight on when all appeared lost in 1940. It wasn't his deputy,
the discredited appeaser Neville Chamberlain or that modest little
man Clement Attlee.
He also claims that Churchill's famous 'finest hour speech' "lacked impact because people thought that he was drunk".
In his desperation to justify these assertions this professor claims
that his research revealed that when Singapore fell to Japan in 1942 one
Londoner said that Churchill's rallying speech was "f*****g b******t and a f*****g coverup". The professor doesn't enlighten us on what the other eight million Londoners had to say.
Got to make sure history shows the 'right' history, y'know.
Maybe they should fence off Detroit and relabel it a nature compound?