Wednesday, July 13, 2011

NJ Schools To Unveil '9/11 Curriculum'

Why do I have the sneaking suspicion this will be watered-down PC pablum for the young skulls full of mush?

Here's why.
The material includes lesson plans on teaching the events of that day itself, but also delves into topics ranging from the "Impact of Hateful Words," for elementary students to "What is Terrorism?" in middle school and "Reaction to and from the Muslim and Arab Communities" for high school students. Also included are lessons on "acts of kindness" that occurred on 9/11, and ideas for students to help their town, community and the world.
Here's what they should include in the lesson on the reaction from the Muslim and Arab communities:

As to what is terrorism, all you need is about 10 minutes.

Cue the video:

Instead of the above, the kids will instead learn about the impact of hateful words.


It didn't take long for the kooks to pop up in the comments:
Will they teach about how a plane could not possibly have hit the pentagon at that given trajectory and left the footprint it did. And why only five frames (less than one second) of footage from 93 of the surrounding surveillance cameras has been released?

Will they teach the controlled demolition of Larry Silverstein's WTC Building 7?

Or will this, along with the hundreds (if not thousands) of glaring lies and inconsistencies of the official story of 09/11/01, be omitted and relegated to the dustbins of history?

History is written by the victors, they say.

Here's more of what's in store.

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