A high school principal in Massachusetts got into hot water last Wednesday, 9/11, because a Mohammedan poem was recited over the intercom, and the Pledge of Allegiance was not.
Okay, we’ve come to expect multicultural nonsense in the U.S. school system, which is anti-American to a dreadful degree, and we are especially accustomed to the adulation of the Mohammedan world that, in large part, wants to kill our men and stone our women who are, after all, unclean.
That a Mohammedan poem would be read on that tragic date and the Pledge “overlooked” should not surprise you.
Was the spotlighted poet a Mohammedan version of Langston Hughes or Pablo Neruda or Robert Frost? Hardly.
It was a poet named Mohja Kahf, and the work is titled: My Grandmother Washes her Feet in the Sink at the Bathroom at Sears.
Before you dub me a dunderhead, know that I strongly favor education about other cultures, and our own culture too. Let us teach young people about the oppressive nature of Mohammedan culture.
And the proud, productive past of our own.
Currently, we do precisely the contrary.
Reciting a poem about washing Mohammedan feet in the bathroom of Sears on 9/11 while simultaneously skipping the Pledge of Allegiance is shameful.
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