A Glimpse into the Future

2015 December 16
by bc3b

Two school experiences this week involving Muslims. In Chicago the Muslim Students Association, which is supported by the Muslim Brotherhood, held a Muslim indoctrination day that included “Walk a Mile in Her Hijab.”  Meanwhile, in Clarkston, GA a Catholic regional school capitulated to a minority of Muslim students by dropping religious education and even the celebration of Christmas.

The “Walk a Mile in Her Hijab” event Wednesday, hosted by the 10-member organization, was designed to allow non-Muslim female students the opportunity to wear the head covering and gain a better understanding of the Muslim faith. “This event is to hopefully denounce negative stereotypes,” Abdallah said.

Six members of the group spent the morning placing hijabs on 17 non-Muslim girls who wanted to participate in the project. They also talked about the meaning of the hijab and facets of the Muslim religion to students who approached them.

The hijab is a head covering worn by Muslim girls and women as a form of modesty with the belief it is commanded by God in the Quran, Islam’s holy text. 

Teachers and students at the school were encouraged to ask questions about the hijab when they came across a student wearing one

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Exit questions: When will schools allow Christian students to place crosses on fellow students so they can “understand what it’s like?” When will schools allow Jewish students to place kippah’s on non-Jewish males to banish stereotypes? Where are the liberal teachers screaming about the importance separation between mosque and state? 

A Catholic school principal capitulated to a Somali minority, whose students’ education at the school is being funded by an outside group. In effect, the school ceased being Catholic to appease a minority of Muslim students.

Clarkston, GA–   Saint Peter Claver Regional Catholic School officially ended the practice of traditional Catholic prayers during instruction last week due to a vocal outcry from the parents of Somali refugee children who are attending the school on scholarships from theInternational Rescue Committee.  

The School’s principal, Susanne Greenwood would not return calls regarding the decision, but did issue a formal statement sent home to all parents. “Although this is a Catholic school founded on the principles of Jesus Christ and his disciples, we do enroll a considerable amount of children from different religious traditions other than our own.

In order to create a more inclusive environment here at St. Peter’s, I have decided to formally end daily chapel, guided prayers before meals, and any requirement regarding the memorization of any traditional Catholic prayers.  In making these changes, we hope to build bridges of understanding within the refugee community who now calls our community home.  

Additionally, in lieu of Christmas celebrations, St. Peter’s will host ‘International World Culture Festival’ during what are traditionally referred to as the ‘Christmas Holidays.’  I, along with our teachers and staff, truly hope that these changes can re-establish trust between our school and the Clarkston Community as we move into the spring semester.” Clarkston, which is one of the most diverse cities in the United States, has long been a resettlement depot for thousands of refugees from Somalia, Afghanistan, and other war-torn nations across the globe.  

Due to overcrowding at the local public schools who do not have the resources to efficiently educate thousands of immigrants from extremely different parts of the world, the International Rescue Fund provided 50 scholarships to Somali immigrants who were then able to choose an appropriate school for their children.  This year, every family chose St. Peter Claver Regional Catholic School.

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Muslims from Somali typically come to the United States as refugees, which means they typically immediately qualify for the same level of welfare benefits that US citizens are entitled to. In addition, these students tuition is being funded by a group of “do-gooders.” They were aware St. Peter Claver was a Catholic school and they chose it because it provided a superior education to public schools in the area. They immediately demanded the school ceased being Catholic.

Muslims have become a protected class and they are not shy about making demands. As they grow in numbers, expect their demands to become even greater. How long will it before they start demanding sharia courts (as they have in other countries) since many polls show that a majority of American Muslims favor it over US civil law?

Muslims are always looking for special accommodations, yet Muslim countries allow no special accommodations for non-Muslims. Muslims use democracy and Christian charity as tools against us.

As long as weak people like Susanne Greenwood keep capitulating, the Muslim demands will keep growing.

Hat tips: townhall.com and rwr-report

19 Responses leave one →
  1. 2015 December 16 8:24 am
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    bc3b permalink

    Perhaps KH can shed some light on this, but it appears that Clarkston, GA is the “pit of pits.” It is only about 13% white and has lots of Muslims.

    Anywhere Muslims have been (over the past 1,400 years), they have created problems. As you can see by looking at Britain, Sweden and other European countries, we are just seeing the tip of the iceberg,

  2. 2015 December 16 8:31 am
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    bc3b permalink

    St. Peter Claver is prostituting itself for funding from the International Rescue Fund just as Catholic Charities and Lutheran Social Services prostitute themselves for government funding. Both Catholic Charities and Lutheran Social Services currently receive the majority of their funding from the federal government.

    St. Peter Claver Regional School has only 150 students (K-8).

    Tuition and Fees
    Tuition for 2015 – 2016 School Year
    Active Catholic families (Parish Verification Form signed by the pastor required)
    $6,843 per child – 11 payments – $622.09 each payment

    Non-active Catholic and non-Catholic families
    $9,367 per child – 11 payments – $851.55 each payment

  3. 2015 December 16 8:57 am
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    justrand permalink

    Other events being scheduled:

    – “Build a Suicide-Vest in His Sandals”
    – “Behead a Christian with His Scimitar”
    – “Fornicate With a Goat in His Turban”

    Diversity…ya know?

  4. 2015 December 16 9:50 am
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    mulletover permalink

    They could do a “bury her up to the hijab, and stone her for applying for a driver’s license” event. All the town could participate and share the love.

  5. 2015 December 16 10:23 am
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    Sen. Lindsey Graham: Obama Is My President And My Fellow GOPers Have An Unhealthy Dislike For Him

    Weasel Zippers

    “Perhaps KH can shed some light on this, but it appears that Clarkston, GA is the “pit of pits.” It is only about 13% white and has lots of Muslims.”

    So what I know of Clarkston (it’s about 15 miles south of me) is that it’s a small area south of Tucker (bad) and like 90% black, and not a great area – I’m being very kind I would assume it’s worse by driving through it but not having spent nearly any time there I can’t say really if it’s ‘worse’, been awhile since I been down that way though. I was not particularly aware of large Muslim population there but there is a mosque in that area toward stone mountain as I recall, it would not surprise me if some of that is Nation of Islam type peeps. Your talking Cynthia McKinney\Hank Johnson territory\district – need I say more?

  6. 2015 December 16 10:28 am
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    5 – BTW re: OP, of course I think this is insane, but that whole district is insane, so while you’d think this sh1t wouldn’t fly in GA, there is no saving ATL or the burb to the east (this one) or the burb directly south.

  7. 2015 December 16 10:35 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    “do gooders”, not by a long shot — 5th columnists more like it.

  8. 2015 December 16 10:41 am
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    drdog09 permalink

  9. 2015 December 16 11:08 am
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    Arizona senator seeking McCain’s US Senate seat to step down

    By: The Associated Press December 15, 2015 , 7:42 am
    Arizona state Sen. Kelli Ward is set to formally resign her seat to focus on her Republican primary challenge to U.S. Sen. John McCain.

    Ward says in a letter to Senate President Andy Biggs that she will vacate her seat on Tuesday. The Dec. 2 letter says she plans to devote her energy to defeating the five-term senator and 2008 Republican presidential nominee.

    Ward is a physician from Lake Havasu City whose current district spans much of Mohave and all of La Paz counties.
    —azcapitoltimes

  10. 2015 December 16 12:08 pm
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    Yuuge sample, compare some of the favorable, then look at some of the fall match ups. Notice anything that doesn’t match the typical meme?

    http://morningconsult.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/151203_topline_trend_v2_TS.pdf

  11. 2015 December 16 1:31 pm
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    More you can thank Paul Ryan for.

    Congress tucked CISA inside last night’s budget bill
    The controversial cybersecurity bill passed the Senate in October.

    Despite being labeled as cybersecurity legislation, critics of CISA argue that it’s a surveillance bill that would allow companies to share user info with the US government and other businesses. As TechDirt points out, this version of the bill stripped important protections that would’ve prevented directly sharing details with the NSA and required any personally identifying details to be removed before being shared. It also removes restrictions on how the government can use the data.

    A number of tech companies and privacy groups, including Apple and Dropbox, have publicly opposed the bill citing its “flawed approach” to improving cybersecurity. By tacking CISA on to an urgent budget bill, the chances that it’ll pass the House are likely. As Congress looks to avoid a government shutdown, slipping the measure into desperately needed (2,000 pages) legislation is a good way for it to be overlooked.
    http://www.engadget.com/2015/12/16/congress-tucked-cisa-in-budget-bill/

  12. 2015 December 16 1:37 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    KH #10 –

    In the Morning Consult polling Donald Trump has a huge lead over all the other GOP candidates (40% to Don’t Know with 11%) and, while he would still lose to Hillary Clinton comes the closest (46-41).

    A year ago, if you told me that I would prefer Trump over Cruz, I would have told you that you were nuts. I think having a strong nationalist is more important to have a strong nationalist than a “constitutionalist.”

    I realize not all of you agree with me.

    As you all probably know, immigration is Issue #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 for me and I don’t trust Cruz at all on immigration. It doesn’t matter if they are illegal immigrants sneaking across the border or legal immigrants, primarily from Mexico, India and China who will overwhelmingly vote Democratic. We’ll lose our country either way.

    I am as tired of hearing “we’re a nation of immigrants” as I am “”that’s not who we are.”

    We need to start putting the country and its citizens first.

  13. 2015 December 16 1:47 pm
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    12 – Yup. That said I noticed something, while the same is huge and other seemingly ok at +5D ; it’s slightly ‘southern’ heavy and slightly ‘military household’ heavy (perhaps related)… and slightly ‘white’ heavy, don’t know if that changes the numbers all that much but figured I’d mention it.

  14. 2015 December 16 1:54 pm
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    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/12/breaking-isis-smuggled-sarin-gas-through-turkey-terrorists-captured-with-poison-gas-in-switzerland/

    Peeps ripping off this season of Homeland. Showtime to file suit tomorrow for copyright violations.

  15. 2015 December 16 2:01 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    I think Trump can get votes from today’s version of “Reagan Democrats. I don’t think Cruz can. Ted was going through all sorts of legalize semantics last night when questioned about immigration and legalization. That doesn’t fly with middle class America.

    For a long time I have said that we need a party that represents Middle Class America, which has absolutely no voice. If you watch a Trump rally streaming, he has impacted the middle class like no one since Sarah Palin.

  16. 2015 December 16 2:04 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    KH #11b-

    After a few years of Paul Ryan, we’re almost going to want John Boehner back.

  17. 2015 December 16 2:50 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    As lawmakers clash over refugees, Syrian immigration climbs to over 100,000 since 2012:

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/12/16/as-lawmakers-clash-over-refugees-syrian-immigration-quietly-tops-100000-since/?intcmp=hpbt1

  18. 2015 December 16 3:42 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    Now here is truth in advertising!

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