Public schools’ war on Christ and Christmas…

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Seeming more like soviet Russia and present day communist China, North Korea or even intolerant and bigoted Mohammedan Iran, a first-grade teacher at a public elementary school in Southern California allegedly snatched a bunch of candy canes bearing a brief religious message from a first-grade boy.

First-grade teacher seizes Christian kid’s candy canes, says ‘Jesus is not allowed in school’

She told the poor kid, Isaiah Martinez in a fit of anti-Hispanic, anti-Christian rage,  “Jesus is not allowed in school” and then — right in front of his little six-year-old eyes — ripped the religious messages from each candy cane and dumped them in a trashcan.

He attends Merced Elementary School in the Los Angeles suburb of West Covina.

Count on the teahcers’ union to defend this rage of hate for anything Christmas or Christian related by an increasingly hostile public school system that dumbs down kids, doesn’t instill any fiath or morals into their lives, and then wonders why those same kids end up as gun toting degenerates who sext all their jumbled thoughts and lives in a few years.

The first-grade teacher accused of religious bullying is Valerie Lu. One of the candy canes was for her. The rest were for Martinez’s classmates.

Lu conferred with school principal Gordon Pfitzer before somehow deciding that partially destroying a kid’s religious candy canes in front of him would be an intelligent, decent thing for a human being to do.

The candy canes were for a holiday party—the kind virtually every grade-school kid in America experiences just before winter break. Each candy cane came attached with a message about how the Christmas-associated peppermint treat was originally a symbol of the life of Jesus Christ.


2 thoughts on “Public schools’ war on Christ and Christmas…

    eastsidehunky responded:
    January 8, 2014 at 09:51

    Hahaha Dr Frank. And give up all this?

    Frank J. Nice said:
    January 8, 2014 at 09:50

    PLEASE run for President!!!

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