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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2016 7:04 pm
 


Part 3 is out now.

In this one Faith Goldy suggests what she calls an 'importation of sharia' into Canadian high schools.

The sexes are segregated, divided prayer rooms are provided, and a refusal to Canadianize on things like speaking English or accepting equality of sexes presents an atmosphere of Islamic cultural dominance which can only be acquiesced to. The young are pressured to obey the demands of the arabic speaking men controlling the classroom. The teachers appear to have lost control.



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DrCaleb DrCaleb:
Really? One family doesn't reflect the rest? Does that also apply to your labeling all of them clowns, parasites and locusts?

Freakinoldguy Freakinoldguy:
So, unless you can come up with a valid reason why the rest of these men didn't stand and fight for their rights, their country and their beliefs your excuse is nothing more than a Liberal guilt trip which has no relevance to the fact that they're here and causing mayhem in a place they have no right to be placed in.


Strawman.

I see no mayhem they are causing here, and I see no reason to defend any side in the Syrian, Eritrean or Iraqi conflicts with my life. Why then should they?


Obviously you didn't view the original post nor any of the following ones pointing out that these adults were hitting on female high schools students and causing trouble in the school but, speaking of not reading posts if you had you'd have noticed that I said.


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I'm pretty sure these young men didn't put their lives on hold in the name of liberty and freedom like your father did. He was a hero, most of these clowns are just parasites moving from one field to another trying to devour all in their path.



Could you show me where I said "all of them" like you claim?


Also if I remember correctly I said the immigrants should have been the ones defending their homelands so, I have no idea where you got the ideal that I thought you should be the one doing it?


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Freakinoldguy Freakinoldguy:
DrCaleb DrCaleb:
Really? One family doesn't reflect the rest? Does that also apply to your labeling all of them clowns, parasites and locusts?

Freakinoldguy Freakinoldguy:
So, unless you can come up with a valid reason why the rest of these men didn't stand and fight for their rights, their country and their beliefs your excuse is nothing more than a Liberal guilt trip which has no relevance to the fact that they're here and causing mayhem in a place they have no right to be placed in.


Strawman.

I see no mayhem they are causing here, and I see no reason to defend any side in the Syrian, Eritrean or Iraqi conflicts with my life. Why then should they?


Obviously you didn't view the original post nor any of the following ones pointing out that these adults were hitting on female high schools students and causing trouble in the school but, speaking of not reading posts if you had you'd have noticed that I said.


I saw that quite clearly. But what does that have to do with you saying they should stay home and fight? Hitting on young girls is hardly 'mayhem'. Young boys do that all the time, it's in our genes. If my math was right, my father was 25 when he finished high school, and at that time my mother would have been about 10. But it's fine, because they were 45 and 30 when they met. Why is one acceptable and the other isn't? Because that is how our society is built.

But theirs is not. Not all cultures share our morals, and it's common in their part of the world to have women married off by 14 or 15. What they need to be taught is that it's unacceptable. What they don't need is the assumption that they will automatically form rape grooming gangs and prey on our children.

If they do it, I say let's get a rope. But I don't automatically assume it.

Freakinoldguy Freakinoldguy:
$1:
I'm pretty sure these young men didn't put their lives on hold in the name of liberty and freedom like your father did. He was a hero, most of these clowns are just parasites moving from one field to another trying to devour all in their path.


Could you show me where I said "all of them" like you claim?


Quite true, you didn't say 'all', just 'most'. But my point still stands; why in your eyes, are 'most of them' parasites if a single family doesn't speak for the majority? A family who's story is far from irregular. We have some 25,000 refugees come in over the last 6 months, and the biggest news item we have on them since is young men still acting like young boys, as if that doesn't happen everywhere in the world!

Freakinoldguy Freakinoldguy:
Also if I remember correctly I said the immigrants should have been the ones defending their homelands so, I have no idea where you got the ideal that I thought you should be the one doing it?


I didn't think you said that. I am using my moral compass to put myself in their position and from that position, I see no reason they should risk their lives defending either side. If I were in their position and faced with two equally brutal choices, I too would walk away and say 'let it all burn!'.


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Gosh, day 3 since the honourable and true Ezra broke the story of the Muslim rape-pocalypse in New Brunswick and still nobody else anywhere is covering it. That can only mean a vast left-wing conspiracy of epic proportions right?

They also haven't reported that Justin Trudeau personally beheaded a bunch of white men for not being gay and Muslim. And since the media isn't reporting it, you know that means it actually happened.


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Gosh, day 3 since the honourable and true Ezra broke the story of the Muslim rape-pocalypse in New Brunswick and still nobody else anywhere is covering it. That can only mean a vast left-wing conspiracy of epic proportions right?

They also haven't reported that Justin Trudeau personally beheaded a bunch of white men for not being gay and Muslim. And since the media isn't reporting it, you know that means it actually happened.
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DrCaleb DrCaleb:
Really? One family doesn't reflect the rest? Does that also apply to your labeling all of them clowns, parasites and locusts?


Strawman.

I see no mayhem they are causing here, and I see no reason to defend any side in the Syrian, Eritrean or Iraqi conflicts with my life. Why then should they?

Obviously you didn't view the original post nor any of the following ones pointing out that these adults were hitting on female high schools students and causing trouble in the school but, speaking of not reading posts if you had you'd have noticed that I said.

I saw that quite clearly. But what does that have to do with you saying they should stay home and fight? Hitting on young girls is hardly 'mayhem'. Young boys do that all the time, it's in our genes. If my math was right, my father was 25 when he finished high school, and at that time my mother would have been about 10. But it's fine, because they were 45 and 30 when they met. Why is one acceptable and the other isn't? Because that is how our society is built.

But theirs is not. Not all cultures share our morals, and it's common in their part of the world to have women married off by 14 or 15. What they need to be taught is that it's unacceptable. What they don't need is the assumption that they will automatically form rape grooming gangs and prey on our children.

If they do it, I say let's get a rope. But I don't automatically assume it.


Quite true, you didn't say 'all', just 'most'. But my point still stands; why in your eyes, are 'most of them' parasites if a single family doesn't speak for the majority? A family who's story is far from irregular. We have some 25,000 refugees come in over the last 6 months, and the biggest news item we have on them since is young men still acting like young boys, as if that doesn't happen everywhere in the world!


I didn't think you said that. I am using my moral compass to put myself in their position and from that position, I see no reason they should risk their lives defending either side. If I were in their position and faced with two equally brutal choices, I too would walk away and say 'let it all burn!'.


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Here's Part 4, where Faith Goldy asks how could this have happened. How is it Jihadi aged men have taken over a Fredericton high school and turned it into what Faith calls "Migrant Mayhem."

In their emails teachers describe how they weren't prepared. They took to enforcing acquiescence on the Canadian kids and making sure the boys and girls were always "politically correct." That was easier than dealing with leering Syrian men in the halls, who refused to speak english and demanded Halal food, prayer rooms, sexual division, and compliance from the Canadian kids.



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David Akin has picked it up, but no where else that I can find. I seem to remember a similar incident in another school. It looks like our media are covering up.

http://www.ottawasun.com/2016/07/01/syr ... igh-school


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Okay, it was this one http://thechronicleherald.ca/metro/1355 ... -more-work but The Herald took the story down and replaced it with what you see now.

http://madworldnews.com/muslim-refugees ... ke-school/


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redhatmamma redhatmamma:
David Akin has picked it up, but no where else that I can find. I seem to remember a similar incident in another school. It looks like our media are covering up.

http://www.ottawasun.com/2016/07/01/syr ... igh-school



The Sun chain appears to be spreading it. Here it is in the Toronto Sun:

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Syrian students harassing women, students in Fredericton high school

BY DAVID AKIN, PARLIAMENTARY BUREAU CHIEF


OTTAWA -- Syrian refugees at a New Brunswick high school bullied young students, ignored teachers, and harassed a Jewish student, educators wrote this spring in a series of e-mail messages.

One e-mail even detailed how a student enthusiastically shared his love for rocket-propelled grenades.

"During a class activity ... talking about hobbies or interests, (an Arabic-speaking student) stated that he liked RPGs and made loud noises and gestures," Chantal Lafargue, a teacher at Fredericton High School, wrote in March.

But David McTimoney, the superintendent of the Anglophone West School District, said those comments "stems from a discussion about experiences in Syria though an open, guidance-type conversation."

And McTimoney downplayed other e-mail messages from teachers at the high school, a dozen or so which were published this week by the news site TheRebel.Media.

They were part of a package of 2,700 pages of documents obtained through an access-to-information request.

McTimoney, in a statement Thursday, said the selected e-mails "painted an inaccurate picture," and "were taken completely out of context and sensationalized."

Sun Media filed a request this week for a copy of the same 2,700 pages, not all of which have yet been published.

The school, which has about 1,900 students, is on its summer break and none of the teachers could be reached Thursday.

Fredericton has received about 450 Syrian refugees since Nov. 4.

Of those, 29 attended the high school primarily to learn English.

One memo noted that many of these Syrians had not been in a school environment for years and that they needed special counselling as they were coming from a war zone where rape, murder, and other violent acts were common.

A school vice-principal, Robyn Allaby, wrote to a colleague on March 3: "It would appear that the honeymoon is over with a few of the Syrian men -- the 19 & 20 year olds. Things have been brewing for a few weeks now -- the older males challenging (two other teachers) particularly when it comes to the girls in the class and also bullying others in the class. There was an incident today and things also got physical with a few students."

After ISIS terrorists killed 32 people in Belgium on March 22, Lafargue e-mailed several teachers and administrators that "in our wing for students of a certain culture .. there is a lot of energy and excitement ... we should be mindful of today."

The correspondence did not elaborate whether the students were for or against the attacks.

In another e-mail, a teacher details how an older Syrian student bullied a younger Jewish student. "Obviously this is a cultural and political scenario that runs deep and while I like to think we can transcend it all in our classrooms, so far it doesn't look good," teacher Neil Brewer wrote on March 3 to several colleagues.

"It can be very problematic and intimidating to have teenagers and young adults from many different countries in the same class," school vice principal Robyn Allaby wrote on March 22 regarding the school's "English as an Additional Language" class, where students range in age from 15-20. "Just last week we had an incident where 19- and 20-year-olds were making racist comments to young students and intimidating them. We had to bring in a translator for a full day to help us smooth the waters and get back on track."

In other e-mails, teachers tried to figure out how to accommodate requests for Muslim prayer practices during school hours which require, among other things, that men and women be separate during prayer.

McTimoney confirmed a prayer room had been created within the school and said it was a symbol of the school's commitment "to recognize and value the diversity among those that we serve."


http://www.torontosun.com/2016/07/01/sy ... igh-school

I've seen it in American right wing media like Breitbart, and the Daily Caller. I'd be surprised if the Blaze didn't have it.

The better Canadian blogs have the story, of course.

I imagine the regressive left would only hear about this at places like here...maybe YouTube. I don't know if Facebook would allow it. Speech can be pretty restricted there.


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