Thursday, November 01, 2007


Contributed by J. Grant Swank, Jr.
Is this education?

When Christmas comes around, will students and faculty be forced to dress like Christians bowing before the manger?

At Easter will all be garbed as Christians bowing before Christ on the cross?

Students and faculty could all wear crosses on T-shirts or sweaters or whatever in order to display the Christian symbol and thus know what it means to be witnessing as a Christian.

This will hardly take place for the overbalance is in sway in some locales when it comes to giving Islam the overedge.

Per The Sun’s Andrew Parker, Rufford Primary School in Lye, West Midlands, concluded that all 257 pupils plus staff would dress up “as Asians for a day—to celebrate a Muslim festival.”

Most of the persons in the school profess to be Christians!

“Yesterday a relative of one of the 39 others said: ‘Staff has got to go along with it – or let’s face it, they would be branded racist.

“’Who would put their job on the line? They have been told they have to embrace the day to show their diversity. But they are not all happy.’
“The day aims to belatedly mark Eid, the end of Ramadan.”

A bit late, but nevertheless ridiculous. To make matters increasingly unfair, in the afternoon it’s women-only partying because “Muslim husbands object to wives mixing with other men,” therefore, no males of any age permitted.

Isn’t this just plain education special?

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