I cannot believe that anybody would be supporting school board members Tam, Jensen, and Mooney. Whoever these people are that are signing that notorious petition are certainly not right-thinking Alamedans!
It is time to "throw the basterds out" forcibly, for their shameful vote in favor of curriculum that tolerates equality for all.
Even though it may not be "politically correct" since the days of Abraham Lincoln, there are many Alamedans (73 percent, in fact) who are in favor of racism, bigotry, and prejudice against people of a different color of skin and hair. Alamedans of all races and creeds have the RIGHT to insult, jeer, spit upon, discriminate against, and otherwise belittle people who do not look like us.
Our country has existed peacefully for hundreds of years (well, at least until Lincoln came along), with Black and White (not to mention other colors of the rainbow) coexisting in mutual fear and suspicion. So who made these three School Board members think that they have the right to force our children to be taught about some utopian ideal in which diversity is not only tolerated, but actually CELEBRATED? This is absolute hogwash.
I hope you will join us for a midnight rally at City Hall this Sunday night to raise awareness of the upcoming recall election. Everybody is welcome, and if you happen to own a white-colored robe and a hood with a pointy hat, please wear it!
Alameda S.W.E.R.V.E. - "Separating Whiteness Everywhere, Reactive Vitriolic Enterprise"
While the Alameda Daily Noose and I applaud Mr. Chickman's spirit of outrage, we must point out that he seems to be a little unclear on the effects of the School Board's recent actions. There has never been, nor will there ever be anything in our school curricula about people of different races. It would be superfluous, since there has never been any racism in Alameda, nor unwarranted discrimination of any kind.
The real issue is the Board's insistence on corrupting innocent children by exposing them to Thespians. All Thespians, regardless of race, creed, or preference of musical instrument, are not to be trusted. It will be a sad day when an entire generation of children has grown up not being taught to deny the rights and, indeed, the very existence of Thespians.
Thursday, September 10, 2009