It isn’t enough that you peacefully watch as your leaders conquer you with alien invaders, you bigots. You should be helping them do so. And one way you’re failing to help is by not giving into every one of your conquerors’ education demands.
Fox News recently reported on how alien invaders in southcentral Pennsylvania are suing the School District of Lancaster for not giving them everything they want.
Local media have covered this as well.
With co-counselors from the ACLU and the Education Law Center, Rothschild — a private attorney who also led an Intelligent Design case against York County’s Dover Area School District in 2005 — argued that the School District of Lancaster denied enrollment to older refugee students and sidetracked others by funneling them away from the district’s main secondary school and into a more dubious alternative program. …
Rothschild said he believes the education these refugee students received at Phoenix Academy “constitutes an irreparable harm,” citing a lack of interpreters, minimal English language instruction time, Draconian policing measures and older siblings left to fall behind younger ones fortunate enough to have made it into another school. The district denies the allegations.
Qassim Hassan, a Somali refugee whose father was killed by militiamen in that country, said of the security procedures in place at Phoenix Academy: “It makes me hate the school and hate the system. It makes me feel bad.”
My default position on refugees has changed. I now believe it is immoral to help them.
I’ve changed my belief because people have decided to take advantage of astounding American kindness and use it as a tool to destroy us. I’ll have exceptions to my new belief, of course. But the standard position is I now view refugees as enemy invaders until proven otherwise.
Foreign people who take over the land of another people is called war when it is done anywhere else in the world.
But when American leaders do it to you, they say you have no right to resist it.
In fact, they’re now suing you for not helping them wipe you out.
Mortal Gods: Ignition is Paul Hair’s collection of short stories about superhumans in a real-world setting. The second tale is about a group of people who have had enough of American leaders conquering them with alien invaders. This group exploits the American obsession with the nonsense concept of a “transgender” human being to start fighting back. Read an excerpt at Liberty Island. Buy the full eBook at Amazon.
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