The rebellion by white youths against political correctness continues. So does the overreaction by public school officials who are tasked with keeping blacks from starting a race war on school grounds.
One day a big American high school is going to explode into violence resulting in multiple deaths. They’re a tinderbox.
Meanwhile, every school day diversity holds back white students who are bullied, beaten, and intimidated. Their stories never make the news. Instead, the press focuses on trivial crap like pumpkin carvings done off campus on student’s own time.
And the police are called in to “investigate,” meaning terrorize the white students into submitting to diversity.
This cannot be allowed to stand.
High School Students Pose With Swastika & KKK Pumpkins
The photo shows current and former Coatesville Area High School students posing with pumpkins with the “KKK” symbol and a swastika carved into them.
A Chester County school district called a photo of students posing with pumpkins bearing a swastika and the letters KKK “reprehensible and intolerable.”
“We are extremely disappointed that any of our students would display this kind of hatred and vile behavior,” a school district spokesperson said.
“It’s reprehensible and intolerable, and this photo causes deep sadness and concern. We work extremely hard to promote a tolerant, respectful, inclusive learning environment, and this is in direct opposition to everything we stand for and believe in.”
Three current students from the Coatesville Area High School were shown smiling in the photo, which made the rounds on social media this week. One of the people pictured is a former student, a school spokesperson said.
The photo was not taken on school grounds or during school hours, according to the school district.
On Wednesday, several people could be seen standing outside the high school holding signs that read “Not funny” and “It’s not a joke!” One parent told NBC10 her daughter and other students were planning to walk out in protest, but school security prevented them from going outside.
Meanwhile, officials condemned the photos and turned them over to police. School officials also contacted parents of the students who were pictured.
The photo follows another recent controversy at Coatesville Area High School in which members of the school’s cross country team took a photo of a doll hanging from the ceiling inside a locker room.
The superintendent of the Coatesville Area School District said the students responsible claimed it was a foolish prank with no intent of racial intimidation. School officials are still considering possible disciplinary action against the students involved in the so-called prank.
The school district will continue to investigate the pumpkin incident and also work with other groups, including the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, Mid-Atlantic Equity Center and NAACP this week to have conversations with students about racism, a spokesperson said.
I looked at the way this story was reported on two more news sites. They always say there’s a firestorm or there’s outrage, but they never document this claim, except sometimes with a couple of quotes from blacks.
Who gives a f*ck what blacks have to say? Until they clean up their own culture they have no right to tell white youths what they can and can not do.