On 2022-04-20, nospam <nos...@nospam.invalid> wrote:
> In article <slrnt5vuul....@localhost.localdomain>, Incubus
>> >> >> I didn't know physics was racist.
>> >> >
>> >> > don't tell florida. they've already banned roughly half of math
>> >> > textbooks for that reason.
>> >> Florida seems to want mathematics textbooks to be used to teach maths
>> >> rather than Critical Race Theory or globo-homo propaganda.
>> > math textbooks teach math. that's why they're called math textbooks and
>> > not some other type of textbook.
>> Then it doesn't matter if Florida removes books that contain CRT and
>> LGBT propaganda.
> neither of those is propaganda.
Of course they are, in particular CRT.
>> They're only maths textbooks, after all.
> if they're only math textbooks, then why ban them?
There's no need if that's all they are.
> how is addition or subtraction racist? or algebra or trigonometry for
> the older kids?
It isn't. Using them as a vehicle for "social justice" and to promote
white guilt is, however.
>> >> How dare
>> >> people object to the Marxist-Leninist infiltration of the educational
>> >> system through Cultural Marxism?
>> > that isn't actually happening, despite claims to the contrary.
> that's nothing more than the usual right-wing bullshit trying to
> justify their racism and prejudice, and from a highly biased source.
That's funny. Leftists always promote the idea of "lived experience" -
if it's a coloured person, a woman or a member of the alphabet people.
When it's a white person, particularly a man, it's a different matter.
Have a look at the Libs of TikTok videos. They contain any number of
teachers proving my point.
>> >> There are laws in some countries about keeping religion out of schools.
>> >> We should do the same for politics.
>> > no.
>> Yes. Why did my seven year old daughter need to learn about a junkie
>> who was killed by the Police after using a fake $20 bill?
> because it's actual news and a good example of police brutality and
> racism that exists in this world.
Why do seven year olds need to learn about Police brutality and racism
in a foreign country?
>> This happened
>> thousands of miles away in another country and my daughter was worried
>> about it for weeks, having nightmares.
> is she a minority?
> if so, those aren't nightmares. they're reality.
Not here they aren't.
>> All because one of her teachers
>> decided that an issue in the US was so important that children here
>> needed to be told all of the gruesome details.
> i highly doubt they were told any of the gruesome details let alone all
> of it.
Dying apparently from asphyxiation due to compression of the neck is
sufficiently gruesome that a seven year old should not have learned
about it at all.
> some of the kids, maybe most of the kids, heard about it and probably
> saw the videos on tv.
Not on our television.