Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Khalil Gibran International Academy: Hotbed Of Evil (Except During Lunch And Recess)

The big news on CNN today is the opening of Khalil Gibran International Academy, an Arabic-language public school in New York City.

People are afraid that because it's Arabic (one of 70 dual-language schools in NYC, but the first Arabic one) the curriculum will naturally consist of shouting "Down With America" and firing rifles off instead of the Three Rs. As of this writing, everyone on CNN seems to be in a bit of a flap because no one can find an official curriculum. Although it is a public school, you never know when someone's going to slip "Improvised Land Mines 101" onto the course list.

Well, here's their web site, Blitzer. You hiring any researchers? I'm available. (Here's a hint: it's a New York Public School. Thanks to the lax Clinton Administration, such things are now public knowledge!) Do some reading: you'll find lots of subversive stuff like "The school’s goal is to prepare students for college and successful careers and to foster an understanding of different cultures, a love of learning, and desire for excellence in all of its students."

If you couldn't find that, I doubt any of you at CNN have actually read Gibran. I have. A shame you haven't: you missed such pathological shrieks of Islamic hatefulness as "An eye for an eye, and the whole world would be blind" (subversive!) and "I love you when you bow in your mosque, kneel in your temple, pray in your church. For you and I are sons of one religion" (super subversive!) and "Many a doctrine is like a window pane. We see truth through it but it divides us from truth" (hyper-mega-Democrat-subversive!)

Rumour has it they may be teaching the ancient, deadly Arabic art of al-Jabr, which has been used to (among other things) calculate the trajectory of missiles and bombs for centuries with terrifying accuracy.

Meanwhile, those silly old Liberal dupes at The BBC are chasing after some spurious crap about China having hacked The Pentagon's computers.

Jeez, people... get your threats straight!

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