Archive for the ‘Educational Issues’ Category

Music next target in the cultural destruction of the West

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

“Shaw is the first student in Harvard’s history to submit a rap album as a senior thesis in the English Department, the university said. The album, called ‘Liminal Minds,’ has earned the equivalent of an A-minus grade, good enough to guarantee that Shaw will graduate with honors next week” (1).

“Durham District School Board Chairman Michael Barrett says the DDSB participates in programs like the School Alliance of Student Songwriters competition, and this year started offering a Grade 11 hip hop appreciation course at J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate in Ajax… The board recently purchased sets of African djembe drums, ukuleles, and indigenous hand drums for schools to use, with training provided to classroom teachers.” (2).

(more…)

Random Quotations – Education – May 17th, 2017

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017

Seven items in total…

“The Church of England has called for parents to lose the right to withdraw their children from religious education classes – because some parents are apparently using it to pull their children out of lessons on Islam… Derek Holloway, the head of RE in the Church of England’s education office, has called for that right to be removed from parents and for their children to be taught other world religions regardless of the parents’ views… ‘Seemingly [some parents] do not want their children exposed to other faiths and world views, in particular Islam. We are concerned that this is denying those pupils the opportunity to develop the skills they need to live well together as adults,’ he told The Times.” – Donna Rachel Edmunds, “Church of England spokesman: Children should be forced to learn about Islam” – Breitbart, April 28th, 2017.

(more…)

Random Quotations – Education – May 3rd, 2017

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

Five items in total…

“The current hostility on campus to white people is stupid. The human race faces many serious problems. Trying to cripple the group most likely to solve them is good neither for you, the United States, nor the world… success does not justify you in looking down on others. It does suggest that you need not allow yourself to be scorned. You, as a member of way-and-gone the most successful and creative race and culture the planet has seen, should not put up with it. Don’t brag about our achievements. But know of them…” – Fred Reed, “Notes for a White Kid in university:An introduction to the blindingly obvious” – Fred On Everything, April 13th, 2017.

(more…)

Random Quotations – Education – March 25th, 2017

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Five items in total…

“So, why would a state board of education want to hire teachers too ill-educated to be a teacher? Why would a state want to put teachers in the classroom who can’t read? Simple, it’s all to satisfy the left’s fanatical, self-destructive obsession of seeing racism in every single aspect of life… Detractors of the test claim it is all about racism because fewer African American and Hispanic candidates pass the literacy tests compared to whites. According to the state, 46 percent of Hispanic candidates and only 41 percent of blacks pass the test… Their conclusion is unsurprising: the test is racist.” – Warner Todd Huston, “New York about to eliminate test meant to see if teachers can read… because raaacism!” – Constitution, March 13th, 2017.

(more…)

Random Quotations – Education – March 14th, 2017

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Five items in total…

“The vast majority of teaching staff have spent their entire lives in a classroom. From nursery to primary school, from primary onto secondary, then on to college and university and back into the classroom as teachers… They have virtually no concept of reality outside of the school gates. And what is extremely worrying is that these are the people who are entrusted to shape young minds… This is why for the last twenty years we’ve seen school leavers who can barely function in society, have no social skills, are completely over-sensitive and have next to nothing to offer the job market except for a deep knowledge of ‘racism’ and safe spaces’.” – Darren Holdstock, “The vast majority of teaching staff have spent their entire lives in a classroom” – British National Party, March 11th, 2017.

(more…)

Random Quotations – Education – Feb. 20th, 2017

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Five items in total…

“Representatives for a Southern California student who was suspended after filming his professor’s anti-Donald Trump rant say Orange Coast College is taking an ‘unconstitutional viewpoint’ that targets conservatives… According to a copy of the suspension letter posted by Campus Reform, the student must also apologize to the professor and submit a double-spaced essay about ‘why you decided to share the video’ and ‘the ensuing damage to Orange Coast College students, faculty and staff’… Shortly after Election Day, Olga Perez Stable Cox told her human sexuality class that Trump was a white supremacist… His victory, she said, was ‘an act of terrorism’.” – Washington Post, “Anti-Donald Trump lecture caught on tape: Student busted for taping professor’s over-the-top rant” – reproduced in the Toronto Sun, Feb. 16th, 2017.

(more…)

Random Quotations – Education – Feb. 6th, 2017

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Four items in total…

“If one wishes to destroy a nation and build a ‘brave new world’ you begin by indoctrinating and brainwashing the children. This process of ‘re-education’ has started some years ago in our schools and we are, now, seeing its consequences in the suppression of free speech on our university campuses.” – Chris McGovern of the Campaign for Real Education, quoted by Javier Espinoza in “Teaching children fundamental British values is act of cultural supremacism” – The Telegraph, March 28th, 2016.

(more…)

Random Quotations – Education – Jan. 7th, 2017

Saturday, January 7th, 2017

Four items in total…

“After this terrorist attack I’ve truly learned that the left is more scared of conservatism and Trump and Republicans than they are of ISIS and terrorists… Because after this terror attack I haven’t heard anything about, you know, ‘We’re praying for the victims’ or this and that. I’ve heard things about how we need to understand Islam, the vibrant Somali community we have here, how we need to embrace them even though this is the third attack by a Somali in the last year here in Columbus, and all this stuff about, you know, Muslim sensitivity… That’s all they care about, and they are more scared of the Right and Trump than they are of this terrorist attack that just happened on our campus. It’s sickening to me because I feel like they are gambling with my life in order to reach this multiculturalism lie that they worship in all of my classes – and it’s crazy.” – Ohio State student “Mackenzie” quoted by Jennifer Kabbany in “Ohio State student: After terrorist attack I’ve learned Left’s more scared of Trump than ISIS” – College Fix, Dec. 2nd, 2016.

(more…)

Linguistic vandalism!

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

Seven items in total…

“These individuals I would describe as extremely violent and very accessible to guns” – Toronto police “hold up squad” Staff Inspector Mike Earl, Oshawa This Week, Dec. 22nd, 2016.

“…there is a surreal feeling of ‘being apart of history’…” – M. Jaggers, Occidental Observer, Nov. 14th, 2016.

“…the Huffington Post said she was a shoe in at 98 per cent” – Katie Hopkins, Daily Mail, Nov. 9th, 2016.

(more…)

Random Quotations – Education – Dec. 1st, 2016

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Five items in total…

“The University of Michigan’s distressed students were provided with Play-Doh and coloring books, as they sought comfort and distraction. A University of Michigan professor postponed an exam after many students complained about their ‘serious stress’ over the election results. Cornell University held a campuswide ‘cry-in,’ with officials handing out tissues and hot chocolate… The College Fix reported that ‘a dorm at the University of Pennsylvania … hosted a post-election ‘Breathing Space’ for students stressed out by election results that included cuddling with cats and a puppy, coloring and crafting, and snacks such as tea and chocolate’… The University of Kansas reminded its stressed-out students that therapy dogs, a regular campus feature, were available.” – Walter E. William, “Trump and college chaos” – Stupid Frogs, Nov. 24th, 2016.

(more…)