02 April 2007

Don't laugh, it just may happen here

And sooner than you think. When you stop to consider that in the lead-up to the war in Iraq, Britain was our biggest ally besides the Aussies, and considering the fact that they too were victims of Islamofascists, it is truly disturbing to read something like this:

It found some teachers are dropping courses covering the Holocaust at the earliest opportunity over fears Muslim pupils might express anti-Semitic and anti-Israel reactions in class.
Of course Islamofascists don't want people to learn about the Holocaust. I'm surprised that more Arab governments don't fly flags with a swastika on them outside their government buildings. Besides, Britain was one of the countries that helped to eliminate every Muslim's favorite historical figure, Adolf Hitler (Do you think it's a coincidence that "Mein Kampf" and "jihad" both mean "struggle"?).

But as I read this article, I was saddened to read this:
A third school found itself 'strongly challenged by some Christian parents for their treatment of the Arab-Israeli conflict-and the history of the state of Israel that did not accord with the teachings of their denomination'.
They don't include any details about what part of this teaching was objectionable, but I hope it was a bone of contention worthy of being fought over. Both sides of that conflict have done things that they should be ashamed of, and I hope the people that were challenging the teachers about this weren't just wanting the teachers to gloss over Israel's part.

Mark my words, folks, it won't be long until some Islamofascist here in America calls up the American Criminal Liberals Union and says that their son or daughter was exposed to the truth about the Holocaust, and sues the school board for daring to teach that millions of Jews were killed in Hitler's ovens.

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