Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Holocaust Education Kills


Note: Jooooo haters will go to great lengths pinning the horrific Virginia Tech shootings on the Joooos. This has to be the most ridiculous connection I've seen so far. This Piper guy has a radio show, and Mark Glenn is his buddy. Mark Glenn appears on his show frequently.
Of course, Piper also is convinced the Mossad murdered JFK. The guy is a true nutcase. And of course, he doesn't allow for comments on his blog. A true sign of defeat, humiliation and cowardice.



Holocaust Education KILLS! Ban Holocaust Education NOW–Before ANOTHER school shooting happens.

April 18, 2007
by Michael Collins Assmonkey Piper

Dr. Robert John and Dr. Phil Glidden, among other academics too numerous to mention, have come to the conclusion that so-called Holocaust Education in the public schools has led, in large degree, to the desensitization of American youth to violence.

After all, when kids are confronted, on a regular basis, with images of violence, pictures of stacks of dead people, images of bodies being bulldozed into pits, etc etc, how can they not help but become insensitive?

It’s funny that so many people talk about all of the violence in Hollywood films (and it’s there, to be sure) but our public (and private) schools are continuing shoving Holocaust Education down the throats of American kids: in the guidance classes, in their history classes, the list goes on and on.

I once knew of an American junior high English teacher—get this—who gave extra credit to a student who built a wood and plaster desk-top model of the Auschwitz work camp as part of a whole semester of readings on “the Holocaust” in her classes. Can you imagine such a thing?

Kids are exposed — under force and under penalty of academic disciplinary measures — to view ugly images of death and misery from World War II.

Now that’s a crime.

Anybody who teaches Holocaust Education (without looking at the other side and the criticisms of such teaching) should be arrested for child abuse and contributing to the delinquency of minors.

7 comments:

Catherine said...

"Anybody who teaches Holocaust Education (without looking at the other side and the criticisms of such teaching) should be arrested for child abuse and contributing to the delinquency of minors."

Dude. These people are ridiculous. So ridiculous that I find it difficult to even comment on their nonsensical rantings. It would be like trying to debate with the raving homeless man on the corner while he shouts his word salad at passersby.

Watcher said...

These people are ridiculous. So ridiculous that I find it difficult to even comment on their nonsensical rantings.

These are our adversaries.

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BEAJ said...

Twisted Brain put his comment in the wrong post, so here it is:

Twisted_brain said...

What the funniest thing about this is the comment "without looking at the other side", what other side do they mean ? First they say it is to graphic, and leaves a violent image on youth, then they want to deny it. What they really want is another Jewish holocaust, these wannabe Nazis feel that were left out of the original Nazis murderous shindig, and want to continue where they left off.

April 25, 2007 4:40 PM

Gert said...

My G-d, it's not just anti-Semitism that seems to be on the rise again: plain old lunacy is as well. And in academia too... it puts a whole new slant on the concept of mad professors!

southfield_2001 said...

I'm sorry, did I read that correctly, beaj?
We shouldn't have Holocaust education in schools because it desensitizes kids to violence? Obviously, these morons have never seen or talked to kids who have visited a Holocaust museum and watched or heard the deep affect it has on them.
Hey, let's stop teaching history altogether; it's some pretty bloody stuff. While we're at it, let's pack it in on reading, science and arithmetic, too. No telling where it can lead.

Lexcen said...

I agree that we should protect the children from violence the same way we protect them from knowing about sex. After all, if they don't know about it, then they won't do it, will they?