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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Florida Atlantic University Apologizes for "Stomp on Jesus" Inciident

Once again, an event illustrates the power of one. ONE student (that we know of) stood up and refused to participate in the offensive violation of his religious rights. God bless this Mormon student. (Were there no Catholics in the class?) Stand up for the truth and for the respect our Lord and Savior deserves. And never underestimate the impact of one bold warrior for the truth!

Read more here.

It didn't hurt that Republican Governor Rick Scott got involved! Of course, this was no doubt a political blessing for him since the professor, Deandre Poole, is vice-chairman of the Palm Beach County Democratic Party -- nothing like a rep from the "party of sensitivity and tolerance" exhibiting insensitive intolerance. But how stupid can the professor be not to recognize such an act was likely to cause a firestorm? Suppose the student had asked the professor if he could write Martin Luther King on the paper? Or Allah? Or Ghandi? The exercise was obviously bigoted. So where was the professor's brain? Or has anti-Christian bigotry become so second nature to liberals that they are too blind to see it?

If you've ever seen the film Life is Beautiful, you may recall the Nazis using antisemitic and pro-Aryan items in student textbooks. Math word problems disparaged Jews with the stereotype of the greedy Jewish businessman. The classrooms of the U.S. today are following the Third Reich's hellish example as this episode (among many others) illustrates.

Parents, be vigilant, and raise your children to be critical thinkers who never obey an authority that orders something immoral!


Kathy said...

Yes, God bless that student. I am very tired of Catholics(even devout and practicing) who pull the charity card out when it comes to fighting back. Yes, prayer is important and we should all pray for our country. However, bold and resolute defense of Christ and Our Lady with our actions and words is important too.

Dymphna said...

You know what's the saddest part? Only one kid stood up to the professor and he was a Mormon. If there were Christians in that classroom they obediently went along with it.