Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Activist demands community-based human resource training

Red Star at morning, whitey take warning:

"We're not trying to go along to get along," said Anizor, president of Black Youth Taking Action...

"Immediate establishment of K-12 black-focused schools; change in the current K-12 curriculum to establish truth; immediate diversion of the $250 million from Brampton (super) jail; and immediate repeal of Safe Schools Act," under which an inordinate number of black kids have been suspended and expelled from school, Tewelde said.

"Right. Right, Right. When one group is in control, and the other is not, they can write the story. His-story. Not ours. Is that so strange? What, we don't have any history of this? Groups subjecting another group and rewriting the history to suit their purposes; or taking scripture to suit what they want to do?

"Is this so strange?"


Elaine said...

Yes, that is very strange indeed. What is this push on by the Canadian Universities to dig up every rabid antisemetic they can find to speak to the youth?

Elaine said...

Around her, people carried placards, one of which read: "Don't snitch Rich' Steele," a reference to Richard Steele, a key witness to the Boxing Day 2005 shooting of Jane Creba.-np

How do I hate thee, let me count the ways rally looks like it was not that well attended, and the people that did attend it....well let's just say...they hate white people, mainly Jewish white people. I think that young black activist would be a great fit for London's city hall race quota.

libby van dyke said...

Equality through segregation?

Have they secretly been teaching one another how to build the pyramids all these years?