August 14, 2018
Jewish judge to rule this illegal in 5, 4, 3…
As students return to school this week in Florida, they will see something new: “In God We Trust.”
Gov. Scott signed a bill in March that requires all schools to display signs with the state motto in “a conspicuous place.”
The measure is part of a sweeping education bill signed into law in March by Gov. Rick Scott, which includes the nation’s first ever private school voucher program for bullied students.
The state statute (1003.44) specifically says, “Each district school board shall adopt rules to require, in all of the schools of the district and in each building used by the district school board, the display of the state motto, “In God We Trust,” designated under s. 15.0301, in a conspicuous place.”
The Palm Beach County School District emailed all principals two signs, telling them to print one and post in a conspicuous place in each of their school buildings.
Okeechobee County schools have all been provided with the state seal which displays this statement and are required to display it “in a prominent spot on each campus.”
It would of course be better if they had to put a cross with an alter and candles at the front of every class room.
It would be better if they made them all wear these stylish uniforms, too.
But you can’t get everything you want.
Whatever you think of religion, whatever your personal religion, it is simply a fact that you can draw a straight line between the fall of Christianity in this country and the rise of black people, feminism, faggots, immigration, etc.
The only viable argument against Christianity as an institution is that Christianity allowed itself to be destroyed. Which is a confusing and complicated argument, but yes, I would call it valid.
Anyway, that argument doesn’t relate to the fact that forcibly resurrecting elements of the religion by government edict is a GOOD thing.
I assume that this will be shut down by some federal kike (or female) judge. But it is a glorious gesture, nonetheless.