This is how it creeps folks. In big cities and small towns. You cannot say anything about Muslims they are indeed privileged. If you do say something, be prepared to fight for your life and livelihood, possibly die, certainly have your life disrupted, end up in court, and be labeled things you likely are not.
A student follows the lesson plan. Writes a paper and posts it on a class blog as directed. And for doing what he was supposed to in a land that prides itself on freedom of speech and expression in a learning institution no less that student is beat down and suspended.
Were any charges brought against the Somalis who distributed the paper and not only incited violence but perpetrated it? Was the content really offensive or did the Somalis just not like what was written?
And since when did not liking what is written in a school project become a green light to attack the author? Wait. Does this sound familiar? Muslims violently attacking non-Muslims who write something the Muslims dont agree with?
posted on 01/01/2010 6:03:25 AM PST
Were any charges brought against the Somalis who distributed the paper and not only incited violence but perpetrated it?
That's a great question. The young man who went to the hospital should be able to press charges, regardless of what the high school does.
posted on 01/01/2010 8:30:42 AM PST
by AD from SpringBay
(We deserve the government we allow.)
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