Thank G-d “Fuck You” Wasn’t on the List of Banned Words

Via Jim Treacher:

(WMC) – A young girl, who claims she was standing up for her religious beliefs in the classroom, was suspended after breaking a class rule of saying “bless you” after a classmate sneezed.

When Dyer County High School senior Kendra Turner said bless you to her classmate, she says her teacher told her that was for church.

“She said that we’re not going to have godly speaking in her class and that’s when I said we have a constitutional right,” said Turner.

It would certainly be very much out of the ordinary to hear anything godly being uttered in the classrooms of our fantastic public “school” system, but that hardly makes for a compelling argument in favor of forbidding the use of a common expression expressing a polite concern for one’s fellow human being’s health. Unless you’re a cupid stunt fry cook reject publik skool “teacher”, apparently.

Students sent WMC Action News 5’s Michael Clark a photo of the teacher’s white board that lists ‘bless you’ and other expressions that are banned as part of class rules.

Horrible, evil words never to be uttered

Horrible, evil words never to be uttered

Hmmm… So, going by that list, it would have been perfectly fine for young Miss Kendra to reply “shut your twat, you malodorous cunt” to her “teacher”, as none of those words appear on her doubleplusungood hate crime badthink list? No matter, that’s exactly what she should have replied.

Turner’s parents say the school leaders claim the outburst was a classroom distraction and that she shouted “bless you” across the room.

Sure she did, because Prozi “teachers” would never ever lie when caught with their jackboots on the throat of one of their charges, would they? Besides, we all know that it’s common practice to shout, as loudly as you possibly can, “bless you” across a room when somebody sneezes. What? That’s not what they taught you to do?

Turner’s family met with school leaders Tuesday. They say the teacher claimed Turner was being disruptive and aggressive.

Maybe even cisgendered heteronormatively microaggressive? Oh my STARS! And believe you us, if our kid had been suspended for politely wishing a fellow student well after a sneeze, his teachers would come to know the definition of “aggression” very well indeed!

Some classmates showed support Tuesday by wearing hand made bless you shirts.

And good for them! In a perfect world, they’d have strangled those fascist “teachers” with their shirts.

Turner said she doesn’t want trouble for her teacher but says she’ll stand up for her faith.

“It’s alright to defend God and it’s our constitutional right because we have a freedom of religion and freedom of speech,” said Turner.

We used to have that, until the low information voters started voting fascists into office, Kendra, but if we’re going to get it back, we might as well get started, so good on you!

And we find it very sweet and noble of you to not want trouble for your teacher, but we’re going to have to disagree there. We want trouble for her and every fascist like her in our great country. Lots and lots and lots of trouble until there are none of them left to trouble anymore.



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    Let us pray that this November has some positive response, eh? And FOIST!

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    Much better to say “Cuss you!” :em07:

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    Misha, folks, have you seen this????

    Over 1,400 Girls in Rotherham, England, Raped and Sexually Enslaved by Moslems: Rotherham “Council Government” Numpties Prosecute English Dads Instead

    Revealed: How fear of being seen as racist stopped social workers saving up to 1,400 children from sexual exploitation at the hands of Asian men in just ONE TOWN: Gang rape by moslems of little girls has become a WAY OF LIFE:

    — Report found 1,400 children abused between 1997 and 2013 in Rotherham
    The figure is likely to be a conservative estimate of the true scale
    Victims terrorised with guns and doused in petrol and threatened with fire
    — More than a third of the cases were already known to agencies
    — Author of the report condemned ‘blatant’ failings by council’s leadership
    Action blocked by political correctness as staff ‘feared appearing racist’
    — Majority of victims described the perpetrators as ‘Asian’ [Pakistani] men
    — Leader of Rotherham Council has stepped down with immediate effect
    No council employees will receive disciplinary action, leaders state

    There is much, much more at the link:

    Including how, when SOME of the fathers tried to rescue their children, THE GOVERNMENT SHITS ARRESTED THE FATHERS.

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    dasbow growls and barks:

    If it’s not the words ‘bless you’ that are a problem, just the volume at which they’re spoken, then why are they on the list? Stupid people make lousy liars.

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    KArnold growls and barks:

    My recollection is that “Gesundheit” carries no reference to an unapproved Deity, and is the preferred usage back in the Fatherland.

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    LC Mike in Chi growls and barks:

    Misha I bespeaks:
    “shut your twat, you malodorous cunt”
    To the sneezer: “I hope you got a hanky for that mess.”, would have been better?
    The godless poltroon should live to be a 115yrs, and for fifty years, alone and unloved.
    Classroom control, as I remember, is often held tenuously in the grip of an amateur, and the group-think can turn on you quickly.
    A cacophony of fake sneezes and “bless yous” would take her down a notch…”What are gonna do, Beotch!! Suspend the whole class?”
    Most of the little darlings would cherish the break, and the parents would lose sleep and real money catering to the displaced students. This teacher has a control issue straight out of the guide to herding complacent sheeple.
    KArnold says:

    My recollection is that “Gesundheit” carries no reference to an unapproved Deity, and is the preferred usage back in the Fatherland.

    Sure, it simply means “Good health,( to you)”. The response to the interruption prolongs the interruption, annoying an already annoying, insipid LLL who was fed the sour and bitter pap of secularism and all the other ‘isms’, to which, it seems, there is no end.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    Oh, doncha know that SAVING THE HOMELAND begins in elementary school?

    Feds tout school lunches as ‘national security issue’

    As a new school year dawns, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is reminding of its new rules against Gatorade and caffeine-filled drinks in school cafeterias – and it’s a matter of national security, they say.

    “Obesity is not just a health issue,” Kevin Concannon, the department’s undersecretary for food, nutrition and consumer services, said in a statement reported by National Review earlier this month. “It is an economic and national security issue.”

    The department’s new rules come in the form of Smart Snacks in School nutrition standards, part of the fallout from the first lady Michelle Obama-fueled Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Under the rules, middle schools can’t provide kids with Gatorade, some tea drinks, lemonades, fruit punches or caffeinated beverages.

    Some schools are taking those standards of healthy eating to even higher levels.

    National Review reported that Elyria city schools in Ohio have banned the sale of signature pink cookies, ending a 40-year-old tradition. South Carolina’s Socastee High School students won’t be able to buy Chick-fil-A sandwiches any longer at school. And Banks County schools in Georgia will shutter their vending machines during breakfast and lunch hours.

    Meanwhile, other healthy eating supporters have been pushing for even more regulatory controls on school fare: A Minnesota individual wanted to ban chocolate milk. A Massachusetts mom wanted to ban peanuts, the National Review reported.

    Somebody wake me up and tell me it’s all a nightmare.

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    Wait wait ….look at that board..since WHEN is it wrong to say “I dont know?”


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    Boryon growls and barks:

    LCBrendan says:

    Wait wait ….look at that board..since WHEN is it wrong to say “I dont know?”

    As it’s in quotes, we can assume that the phrase is the problem. That implies that “don’t know” and “dunno” are absolutely fine. From this, we can conclude that the teacher regards complete sentences as elitist and thus to be avoided :em07:

    Looking a bit closer (because her handwriting is hard to read when the image is shrunk), I see that the next line is “other peer expressions”. Since when is “I don’t know” or “bless you” a peer expression? The latter, according to snopes (because I’m lazy) has only been around for 1900 years (in various languages and forms). The peers of those kids must be darned old!