onsdag, april 05, 2006

Why we are what we are

If you ever wonder why we're homosexual, communist, femi-fascist liberal, anti-American, enviro-nazi, vegetarian scum (as we often have ourselves), all has now been revealed. We received our high school education at the IB, that den of unamerican and marxist recruitment.

Watch:
A US school district has banned the International Baccalaureate after officials condemned it as "un-American" and Marxist, sparking outrage among pupils who are studying the increasingly popular diploma.
They got us. We've been totally brainwashed. We've even been actively recruiting youngsters into this radical, global revolutionary school. Just look how terribly marxist and un-American we are:
some of the five [republicans] also hurled accusations at the IB's content, claiming that its teaching is anti-Christian, un-American and Marxist.

They object to the largely secular, multi-cultural bent of the curriculum and its emphasis on international institutions and pacts such as the United Nations, or the Kyoto protocol to reverse global warming, which opponents argue undermines American sovereignty and nationalism.

As for the charge of Marxism, this principally stemmed from the International Baccalaureate Organisation's support for the Earth charter, a global set of aims devised in France in 2000, which, Trombetta was most concerned, called for people worldwide to protect the environment, oppose militarism and promote equal distribution of wealth.

And, at that time, Iracki said: "Our country was founded on Judeo-Christian values and we have to be careful about what values our children are taught."
Indeed! Next thing you know, these children might actually support loony-left ideas like long-term solutions, transnational cooperation, globalisation, justice and they might even oppose war! This is the seed of anti-American radicalism, sown right in our own schools. No wonder we turned out like we did!

(crossposted to Martin and Ragnfrid's blogs.

1 Comments:

Blogger kathryn said...

You find the most amazing gems! What a world we live in, ey? I have of course stolen this story for my blog, as craziness must be shared. The death threats are not good adverts for the cause though. xK.

7:02 p.m.  

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