The parent of a second-grader at a New Bedford charter school became outraged Friday when he discovered that his child was on the school’s sidewalk as a part of a small protest, holding signs and chanting.
Today's lesson: cultural marxism. This will also be tomorrow's lesson. And tomorrow, and tomorrow, and...
George Borden, who is a New Bedford police officer, was alerted by a friend who drove by the Alma Del Mar Charter School around 11:30 a.m. and saw 7- and 8-year-old students from the second-grade class on the sidewalk demonstrating.
"Can we learn to read or do math?" No, you must shed tears for a negro animal that assaulted some hindu store owner in furtherance of theft.
According to Will Gardner, the school’s founder and executive director, a “handful” of the school’s students requested to hold the protest after a lesson on citizenship and the First Amendment, in which topics in the media, including the August death of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., were discussed.
"Can we tell the truth about negro crime?" No class, the First Amendment only protects speech our rulers approve of. Now say you love Michael Brown. Say it!
The students from Shabrina Guerrier’s class asked the head of school, Emily Stainer, if they could hold the protest.
Sure, this seems highly plausible. Please mystery meat teacher, let us imitate the negro rioter.
“I don’t think 7-year-olds can come up with the idea to go out and protest on the street,” said Borden, whose daughter Alana was among the students on the sidewalk.
Yeah. No shit.
“It wasn’t something the teacher planned,” he said. “It was something the kids did.”
This is child abuse.
On Wednesday, Guerrier sent a slip home with students alerting parents that class discussion would include topics of race, diversity, and issues covered by the media, said Gardner. Parents had the option of holding their student out of the conversation.
Get your child out of that marxist sewer. Home school. This is the only solution, not politely asking communist true-believers to tone down the rhetoric a little.
“We discourage our teachers from sharing their own political and religious views with their scholars,” Gardner said, adding, “we certainly want our scholars to engage in activities that help them to understand what it means to be citizens and what it means to be a democracy.”
What it means to be a democracy: chaos, burning cities, jew-controlled careerist politicians, 51% voting to murder the other 49%, idiocy, loss of culture and identity, all against all.