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The END is NEAR

Some less famous victims of ridiculous punishment in our school system

This is Alex Stone. He had his locker searched, was arrested, and suspended for a week. Why? Because he wrote a short story that involved him killing a dinosaur with a gun. Yep, that’s right, he was brought out of his school in handcuffs simply because he wrote a fictional story where he used a gun to shoot his neighbor’s pet dinosaur, and that supposedly led the school staff to believe he might have a gun or be planning to shoot someone. He was humiliated in front of his entire school, and his mother had to bring a lawyer in on the case. Unfortunately, this received little to no media attention. No publishing company offered him an internship, and no president or famous author voiced their disagreement with his unfair punishment. Instead, it was just left unnoticed and written off as a misunderstanding where authorities and teachers were acting too sensitive.
You may have heard of this one – Josh Welch, aged 7 at the time, was suspended from his school for chewing a Pop-Tart into what vaguely resembled the shape of a gun. After this story got out, there was actually lots of outcry on both the internet and media in general, but it died down relatively soon and wasn’t taken very seriously. And yet, school officials still refused the appeal to have the suspension cleared from Josh’s record, and that was essentially the end of the story. It was never really made into a topic of race – no one was accusing the school officials of suspending him based on the stereotype of white people being involved in mass shootings. It was just passed off as a school system that had become overly sensitive to violence. Non-surprisingly, Josh was never invited to the White House because of this incident, nor did the generous people at Pop-Tarts send him free things.
Then there’s Kendra Turner, who was sent to in school suspension JUST for being Christian. At least that’s how one might phrase the situation if you were slightly exaggerating or blowing it out of proportion. Turner, a 17-year-old senior at Dyer County High School, was sent to ISS because she said “bless you” in class after another student sneezed. “Bless you” was on a list of common phrases that were not allowed to be said in her class, because they were seen as distracting. A devout Christian, she chose to practice her religious beliefs and say it anyways, and for that she was suspended. Did the collective internet band together and demand justice for Kendra, claiming she was being discriminated against due to her religion? Of course not. Might that have happened if Kendra was a devout Muslim and got suspended for following through on a basic politeness or courtesy taught in Islam? Probably, because if there’s anything that’s been made evident in the past week it’s that people simply care more about injustices if they’re against minorities we still view as oppressed.
Lastly, here’s one you’ve all actually heard of – Ahmed Mohamed was arrested and suspended for 4 days from school simply because he brought in a clock to show his engineering teacher, and it looked enough like an IED to be considered a “hoax bomb” (why no one evacuated the school). Ahmed’s parents also brought in lawyers on the case, and obviously he wasn’t held in custody long and the charges were dropped. So what’s the difference between this incident and the other three I mentioned? Well, for one, Ahmed is dark-skinned and comes from a pious Muslim family, which means he was clearly arrested simply because of his religion and race — not because the clock he made looked more like a bomb than a pop-tart looks like a gun. Secondly, following this incident, President Obama invited Ahmed to the white house, Mark Zuckerberg offered him a tour of Facebook, he was offered an internship at Twitter, and received several hundred dollars of merchandise from Microsoft. Most notably, the collective internet – Imgur in particular – scrambled to show support for him and shame the teachers who punished him for bringing in a clock. Was Ahmed’s arrest and suspension both unfair, completely ridiculous, and the product of an up-tight school system? Yes, it was. Was it based in blatant prejudice and stereotyping of the Muslim religion? Probably not, because there isn’t much evidence of that besides immediate assumptions, and this same thing happens to white students all the time without being based on racism. Yet when it happens to someone who’s Muslim, suddenly it becomes national news and everyone who can – including the president and various CEOS – starts outpouring admiration and hero-ification in an attempt to come across as politically correct and tolerant. TL;DR: I stand with Ahmed, but I also stand with every other student who’s been punished for ridiculous shit but didn’t get invited to the white house just for being a victim of our overly-sensitive school system.

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The End is Getting Closer

OUTRAGEOUS! Seattle Communists Ending Private Property!


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Future Military Robots – Governments will kill its people who will not comform


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HISTORY – The Nazis Were Socialists, Not Right-Wingers – WAKE UP


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