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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Muslim school

Being a charter school Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy, or TIZA, is supported by tax dollars. The teacher told 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS the presence of religion she observed at the school took her by surprise.

TIZA Executive Director Azad Zaman insisted the school follows with state and federal laws.

"TIZA does not endorse any religion," he said.


Sure... and the check's in the mail...

"I've been in a lot of schools and I've never been in a school where they had washing rituals, or they had prayer, or where they had a room where you had to take your shoes off," Getz said.


And then we have this.

State law requires the school to fly an American flag during school hours, however no flag flies outside of TIZA Academy.

Zaman told 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS he didn’t know how to work the flagpole.


This would be funny if it wasn't so serious. I mean, what is their intent??

At what point will you quit shrugging??? When your children are forced to break out their prayer rugs?? I mean, celebrate the differences. Right? We need change. Right?



So we have this news article

about this county commissioner, Bruce Barclay, who has been, shall we say, doing the whatits with whoseits...

State police say former Cumberland County commissioner Bruce Barclay videotaped hundreds of sexual encounters — many with male escorts — using cameras hidden throughout his Monroe Township home.


Now I really don't care who he has been playing hide the weenie with... all I want to know is... is he a Repub or a Demo???

I betcha he's a Demo. How do I know? The author didn't tell us his party. It would have been on the second line had he been a Repub.

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Jackie Mason

nails it.

My thanks to Grant M.

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The word on Michelle Obama,

aka Hussein’s wife

continues to slip out, even if you have to go to the Asia Times rather than the New York Times to find it. I can hardly imagine why. Can you?

But enough speculation.

Michelle's ambivalence towards Princeton, and by extension towards America, has the makings of a tragedy of the sort found in the novels of Theodore Dreiser or F Scott Fitzgerald, a fatal compromise in pursuit of status. Young Michelle felt she was betraying "lower class Blacks" by assimilating:

“... the path I have chosen to follow by attending Princeton will likely lead to my further integration and/or assimilation into a White cultural and social structure that will only allow me to remain on the periphery of society, never becoming a full participant. This realization has presently made my goals to actively utilize my resources to benefit the Black community more desirable.”


The result of that was:

The idea of separationism and pluralism (both cultural structural and social structural) is also discussed by Billingsley (1968) who believes there is a need for Blacks to build up their own communities, define themselves by new "Black" standards different from the old White standards and exercise power and control over their own institutions and services within the Black community.

Stokely Carmichael and Charles Hamilton's [sic] (1967) developed definitions of separationism in their discussion of Black Power which guided me in the formulation and use of this concept in the study: "The concept of Black Power rests on the fundamental premise: Before a group can enter the open society, it must close ranks."
It was black separatists, she concluded, who cared about the black community, whereas integrated blacks turned their backs on it:

“... the more respondents became sep[aratist]/plur[alist], during the Pre-to-Prin period [prior to attending Princeton], the more respondents became motivated to benefit the Black community; and the more int[egrated]/assim[imilated] they became, the more unmotivated they became to benefit the Black community.”


The above was written 40 plus years ago and reveal clearly why she and Hussein listened to the Reverend Wright for 20 years. He was speaking what she believed, and, evidently what Hussein believes.

Read the article and remember that if Hussein is elected you will have two for the price of one. Two that do not believe in “transformation” but who have shown they believe in separate Americas. How can they unite anyone? The answer is, they can’t. What they are preaching is what they saw at Princeton. Whites will “give” them what they want out of guilt. While that is certainly true of most of academia, it is not true of people who actually have jobs without tenure and have lived in the real world.