Monday, February 25, 2013

Think We Need Not Worry About Muslim/Islamic Control Here In America?

Think We Need Not Worry About Muslim/Islamic Control Here In America? Think again!
There has been heated debate and state legislative hearings about a controversial online public school cirrculum called CSCOPE, a curriculum management system now used in 80 percent of Texas classrooms.

There has been criticism that CSCOPE is alleged to be Islamic and anti-American biased. Of course, this is denied by CSCOPE. CSCOPE has come under fire for controversial curriculum content, including accusations of multiple lessons showing a pro-Islamic agenda. CSCOPE representatives had claimed that such content had been “taken out of context” or that they were “old lessons that have since been taken down.”CSCOPE proponents have denied the existence of such lessons, or, when faced with documentation, have dismissed critics’ claims as exaggerations. (Hmmmm, there aren't any such lessons but oops, you have documentation that shows there are, so now we change our position and say that you are exaggerating about the lessons!)

Well, then will someone please tell me this:

How is it being exaggerated about a lesson when in Lumberton, Texas, high school girls were made to wear burqas as part of a CSCOPE study of Islam which focused on fashion and did not include the fact that to be in public without a burqa in many Muslim countries is punishable by death?

How is it exaggerating when a teacher (who gave the burqa lesson) has to teach something that they don't agree with? The teacher said, “I do not necessarily agree with this, but I am supposed to teach you that we are not to call these people terrorists anymore, but freedom fighters.”

How is it exaggerating when, in a republic country with democracy ideals, students had to write a paper discussing “how Egypt was a good country until democracy took over, and that things were finally corrected when the Muslim brotherhood came into power?"

How is it exaggerating about a lesson teaching wrong information when the students were being taught that Muslim women were liberated and free when the true story is they cannot drive, cannot be schooled, that they do not have legal birth records and if they are accused of rape/sexual impropriety their father can legally take them out on the patio and kill them like a dog without legal penalty?

How is it exaggerating when our students are being taught that communism is the highest attainable economic system, and is the most fair, and that capitalism is merely an evolutionary step on the ladder? The lesson calls “Communism” a system where “all people work together for everyone,” and shows a man climbing stairs towards a communist pinnacle. Capitalism is defined as a system where “all people strive to fulfill their own needs and wants,” and is at the bottom of the included handout.
How is it exaggerating when this handout teaches against what we believe as Americans by stating that Fascism/Nazism is placed under “Conservative,” in spite of the fact that these ideologies dictate total state control and ownership of resources, while conservatism dictates less government and wide economic and political freedom and told that conservatism exists when “the state/group” is “greater than the individuals themselves?” And that Liberalism allegedly exists when “the individual is above all else and the state is not greater than the individuals that create it?” 

 While CSCOPE oversight legislation is pending in the Texas House of Representatives, teachers are STILL legally required under CSCOPE contracts to teach only CSCOPE lessons, and are not permitted to discuss content with parents and others in the community. If this is so above board and something not under handed and contrary to our ideals, then why can't the teachers discuss the content of these lessons with parents and the community? What is there to hide? The simple and logical answer is this: Our government is trying to mold our children's minds to believe in fascism and communism behind our backs so that by the time we know what has been taught, it'll be too late to correct it and our country will be lost, as our children are the future of our country!



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