Los Angeles Schools to Indocrinate Students, (nothing new there), Arizona Immigration law to be taught in Los Angeles schools as 'un-American'

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Featured above: Leftist/Socialist Mexican activists decrying Arizona's HB 1070 at the Phoenix rally last weekend. Hat/tip American Power


by the Left Coast Rebel

This morning I received an email from the Libertarian Punk blogger (former CA resident living in Wyoming). The punk was aghast (even for a former Golden State resident) at just how far the state has declined, case in point the Los Angeles school district's new focus on teaching about the 'un-American' Arizona immigration law. The Libertarian Punk ask, 'you're $#@%#@$ kidding me, right?' (warning: NSFW language at link, I carried a SFW excerpt here):


But even I was a little aghast when I learned that Los Angeles Public School systems are adopting an official position of teaching about the Arizona law as Hitleresque. They plan to put it on a similar footing as Jim Crow laws and internment of Japanese in camps in WWII!

The issue would, in essence, be dealt with in a manner similar to broadly accepted episodes of racial and cultural intolerance and abridgments of rights, such as the Jim Crow laws and the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, said district spokesman Robert Alaniz….

I dunno, I lived in California for 23 years, so nothing should really shock me. But when I see a region that is about to fail from its own policies, is bankrupt (economically and spiritually), yet insists on bankrupting itself further to insult that another state’s policies, (that only mirror and enforce federal law), then insist on teaching their children, in an official capacity, that that other state is worse than Hitler for trying to save itself, well, I am just damn lucky (again) that I got out of that statist cesspool of entitlement and bull#$%t a year ago.

And remember, by the way, the Arizona law hasn’t even gone into effect yet! The law goes into effect 90 days after the close of the legislative session, which has not been ended yet and does not have a definite end date.

Meanwhile, I finally sat down and read the Wyoming Firearms Freedom Act (which goes into effect July 1). I love it. It’s so beautiful, it actually made me weep with joy. When is the last time a piece of state legislation in your state made you weep with joy?

Here’s the full text of that short, wonderful law.

I like all of it, and especially these “reaffirming our rights against the Feds” parts:

(vii) Article 1, section 7, of the Wyoming constitution provides that absolute, arbitrary power over the lives, liberty and property of freemen exists nowhere in a republic, not even in the largest majority; …

….the Wyoming constitution provides that all power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their peace, safety and happiness; for all the advancement of these ends they have at all times an inalienable and indefeasible right to alter, reform or abolish the government in such manner as they may think proper;

I’m glad my wife, my cats and me got out of California and got on the RIGHT side of any possible schism, early. And it’s pretty mindblowing where the candidates for Wyoming Governor are not only running on a platform of AGREEING with these ideals, it’s almost certain that one who feels this way WILL be the next Governor of Wyoming. I’d look for some legislation out of my state in the next few years that will make Arizona look like Californians.

Via Memeorandum I found that Fox News is confirming the news that the Los Angeles school board is going teach that the 'un-American' Arizona law in conjunction with the following injustices from American history:

In an e-mail to FOXNews.com, school district spokesman Robert Alaniz elaborated:

“The Board of Education directed the Superintendent to ensure that LAUSD civics and history classes discuss the recent laws enacted in Arizona in the context of the American values of unity, diversity, and Equal Protection for all. Much like a number of controversial periods and laws that are part of our history and are currently taught including:

-- Slavery

-- Jim Crowe laws and segregation

-- Native American reservations

-- Residential schools (for Native Americans)

-- The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882

-- Anti-Irish racism in the 19th century

-- Racism against immigrants from Southern and Eastern Europe in the 20th century

-- Anti-Semitism

-- Internment camps for Japanese Americans during World War II

-- The Mexican Repatriation Program (1929-1939)."


Now mind you dear reader, many school districts in Los Angeles have a near 50% dropout rate! Do you want this vision of America at your doorstep as well?

Outrageous!

7 comments:

  1. What needs to happen is a class action law suit against the school system. It's worth it just to show up these tools for what they are wannabe Marxist. These aren't your parent's pinkos, they are paper tigers - they can be dealt with. It just takes someone out in California organizing the law suit "If you build it they will come" Field of Dreams. Apply same action to Lawyers. If you sue the Lawyers will line up to represent you :) Money, Money, Money...Perception trumps Reality, and Commerce Trumps both......California you just got to make it worth the right person's while...it's the American way ;)

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  2. KJ, sounds good! But the drawback as I see it, the Govt and California Schools are broke!
    I think there is far more for the country to gain by reforming the school system than reforming Health care!

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  3. John,

    Yup.

    I think California is imagining their former glory as a world economic power, where they'd have the luxury of boycotting fiscal commitments with at all.

    Michael W. Dean

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  4. John,

    What they want "results" is to win a ruling from the courts to stop and desist what they are teaching. Schools can loose their accreditation, then where will all those illegal alien children go to be indoctrinated? Who will educate all those illegal alien children when there isn't a school for them to attend because their school defied a court order?

    It just takes some fed up American Citizens aka parents, and a few ambitious litigators...just saying there is more than one way to skin a cat;)

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  5. Hey! I like the idea... but Murphy's law has a way of rearing it's ugly head...

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  6. What judge in California would dare rule against Illegals? This suit would be loser thus no lawyer is going to touch it.

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  7. "we didn't cross the border, the border crossed us...." what b.s.

    In California, I got SO sick of the "California used to be Mexico" b.s.

    California was Mexico for TWO years. It was Spanish for much longer, and Texas for longer.

    But hey...they don't teach true history in schools there either....

    Michael Dean

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