How about it Hanover County Schools?
You insist that the 9/11 Video taken in Muslim countries where the participants do not have freedom of speech is “showing both sides” of the issue.
ISIS, the brutal terror group that is now the bigger, badder brother of Al Qaeda – the group responsible for 9/11 – has burned a man alive in one of the most brutal incidents one could imagine on video. The screams of agony in the video (which I shall not post) made me sick to my stomach to watch.
The people that doused this man with a flammable liquid, set him on fire and filmed his slow, agonizing death are the same people you are teaching Hanover children about. The ones you believe have a valid point of view.
What kind of simple-minded, over-educated idiots are you that you are unable to see that these people are inhuman? Has your liberal ideology so blinded you that you no longer have a sense of outrage? Well, that isn’t quite true. You were outraged that I dared publish the 9/11 video you have approved and call you out on it. So outraged that you decided to keep it in the list of allowed teaching tools with the caveat that it now requires parental permission.
Here is what you need to learn. And what needs to be taught to our children.
The people that commit these atrocities have no valid point of view. They do not belong on the same planet with other humans (or animals). They are soulless monsters hell bent on the complete destruction of anything and anyone who does not believe the way they do. They are filled with hate for Jews and Christians.
And as the members of the Hanover School Board, Superintendent Wilson and some teachers scoff and demean the concerns of the parents and taxpayers that pay their salaries and cast accusations that we want to censor the schools, I hope these images burn into your collective retinas.
To teach our kids that the people behind this sick, torturous murder may have a valid point and to continue pushing propaganda films like the 9/11 video makes you complicit with ISIS at a basic intellectual level.
Is it any wonder Hanover Schools are in a downward death spiral? Student enrollment under Dr. Wilson continues to decline, Patrick Henry High School lost it’s full accreditation and by most accounts, Wilson is almost impossible to reach.The number of students enrolled in Private Schools continues to increase and Home Schooling have exploded in the area as parents shun public schools because of the increased emphasis on political issues while core instructional classes like reading, writing and arithmetic are pushed aside for 9/11 videos and social indoctrination.
So what is the problem here?
For one thing, Dr. Wilson does not seem to devote her full attention to Administering Hanover Schools.
In addition to her highly paid position in Hanover, Wilson teaches at VCU and is Board Chairman for the Greater Richmond YMCA. And she has irons in a few other fires as well.
Perhaps Wilson is just too busy to deal with school stuff?
And you can never reach her on the phone and requesting her voice mail rather than being routed to an assistant is verboten. It seems to me as if Wilson has left orders to have her assistants handle everything. And she can’t be bothered or expected to check voice mail.
I have two children that graduated from Hanover Schools but I can tell you one thing, I would be home schooling today rather than place them in the deteriorating Hanover Schools.
So while Wilson attends to her other duties, swooping in long enough to pop out a presentation of how wonderful the schools are doing, while quickly glossing over the Patrick Henry problem, the most important and most controversial issue of the past 12 months has been the adamant refusal of Wilson, the School Board and the teachers to back down to pressure and remove controversial videos displaying false narratives. If Dr. Wilson showed half as much pluck in reversing the slide of Hanover Schools (like PHHS) as she did with insisting that no matter what the taxpayers of Hanover County want, she is showing the Al Qaeda propaganda video, perhaps some parents would not have made the decision to home school and the $1.5 million that Hanover lost in Federal funding due to the decline in enrollment could have been mitigated.
But then that would take time away from VCU and the YMCA.
So let me dedicate a song to the Absentee Superintendent Wilson and congratulate her on all those extra jobs that she holds: