Michigan public schools must teach about genocide, including the Holocaust and the Armenian Genocide, under a new law.
Public school is child abuse. We're getting our ass gently kicked in math and science, so let's devote more time to muh six million and even mention a forgotten Great War jihad while making sure to tip-toe around the fact that islam is a violent death cult. Maybe it would be best not to mention it at all, we need to focus on the bone-crushing machines, the attack dogs with poison teeth, the color-coded smoke, the soccer matches using jew babies as the ball, the shrunken heads and all the other tall tales from the friendly merchant who is persecuted for no reason by wicked Whites.
The legislation, which was signed into law on Tuesday by the state’s governor, Rick Snyder, calls for six hours of instruction about genocide between eighth and 12th grade.
Today we're going to talk about the jew that was gassed six times. This will help you compete in an increasingly hostile marketplace.
It specifically mentions the Holocaust and the Armenian Genocide, which began in 1915, but other mass killings must be taught, according to The Associated Press.
Genghis Khan killed 40 million, about 10% of the Earth's population. Tamerlane killed 18 million. Please feel bad about all of this, that's a very useful way to spend your emotional energy. In the disastrous jewish century semitic communism killed over 100 million. Don't worry, you don't have to feel bad about that one, omelet and eggs, after all.
“Teaching the students of Michigan about genocide is important because we should remember and learn about these terrible events in our past while continuing to work toward creating a more tolerant society,” Snyder said in a statement following the signing.
A careerist scumbag passes gas out of his mouth.
Getting it moose-limb. Getting it brown.
“There are, unfortunately, other instances, of atrocities that would be beneficial for students to learn about regardless of whether they meet a certain definition. When and how to teach students about these events would be best left to the educational experts trained to do so.”
Should we discuss the Holodomor? All the experts say "No."
Michigan had not mandated Holocaust or genocide education, Michigan Department of Education spokesman Bill DiSessa told the AP, but added that high school students in the state do learn about the Holocaust.
They can't read or do basic math, but those skinnies are going to hear about the death submarine engine, that's for sure.