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Home Front: Culture Wars
Black teacher exposes danger of teaching white supremacy!
[Colin Flaherty] A Black teacher was fired after exposing the dangers of teaching white supremacy
...the pernicious doctrine that laws were intended to be obeyed, that society works better when people don't pour shreiking from their places of worship every Friday for a weekend of rioting over insults real or imagined; and that cannibalism, beastiality, incest, murder, theft, rape, and similar activities are bad. A Dead White European (which invalidates his opinion) philosopher once opined that societies thrive when a person's word can be relied upon, and that a society which puts individual happiness first will invariably fail. Strangely enough, other successful societies, such as China, Japan, Korea, and those kinds of places could also be lumped with white supremacist societies, since they push the same values...
in St. Paul schools. He said refusing to hold black students accountable was a very, very bad idea. So they fired him. He sued. This week he won $525,000. A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.
Posted by:Besoeker

#4  Cretin Hall? Must be some kind of truth-in-labeling law.

Western Civilization is the most technologically advanced and prosperous society our planet has ever seen. And while most of it was invented by white people or people acting white (I'm looking at you, Japan and Korea), you have to be a special kind of idiot to think it has anything to do with skin color.
Posted by: SteveS   2019-09-30 11:45  

#3  Benner, who now is dean of students at Cretin-Derham Hall
Posted by: Frank G   2019-09-30 10:36  

#2  I bet several other schools would happily hire him.
Posted by: DarthVader   2019-09-30 09:23  

#1  His union rep's head is still spinning...
Posted by: M. Murcek   2019-09-30 01:30