November 29, 2015
Further evidence Holo-programming is wearing thin with the masses. They don’t even recognize they’re hurting Jews feelings by not being against the Nazis enough.
Also, great to see rich young White boys supporting Hitler.
New York Post:
Sixth-graders at an elite Bronx private school have been caught drawing swastikas in art class, so administrators met with the kids — talking mainly about how the symbols represent peace in some cultures.
One parent who wishes not to be named said Jewish students have felt unsafe since the images began popping up three weeks ago at Ethical Culture Fieldston School, where tuition costs $45,100 a year.
In addition to the swastikas, a notebook was found at the middle school campus with the words “Hitler Rocks!” scrawled on the front, the parent said.
All the cool kids love Hitler.
Nazism is the new teenage rebellion. It’s a whole lot hipper than the gay coming out of the mainstream teen rebellion movement. Because they don’t actually have anything to rebel against.
Administrators decided to address the apparent anti-Semitism by holding a grade-wide meeting.
Parents say teachers spent nearly 12 of the 15 minutes on a PowerPoint presentation on how the swastika was still considered a sacred symbol — while only briefly mentioning how the Nazis had adopted it in the 1920s.
School officials never once mentioned the Holocaust, a parent said.
According to Jews, not mentioning the Holocaust is like another Holocaust.
Oh goyim. Have you forgotten the lampshades?
When asked what they learned, the kids simply said, “It wasn’t a good idea to draw” the swastikas.
“It’s a failure of an institution to educate,” one parent said. “Teachers and administrators were calling for a town hall meeting, but instead, they chose to do just sixth grade.
“Some of the teachers are really irate,” she added. “It’s kind of a hate crime and a crime against all of the community, and not to address it is horrible.”
Despite parents’ allegations that at least eight of the Nazi symbols had been seen on campus, school spokeswoman Meredith Halpern would confirm only that one had been drawn in art class.
But she refused to call it a swastika — and instead said that the student “drew a symbol that represents peace.”
I think that teacher is a Nazi.
A Nazi of peace. Which is actually the only kind of Nazi.