It seems that every day we learn just how subverted the truth is becoming in the United States. From government to media to doctors to schools, the rapid formation of our post-truth society is nearly complete. Good is being called evil and evil is being called good.
It’s practically Biblical what we’re seeing unfold before our eyes.
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A very disturbing story came across my desk that highlights just how backwards our education system has become. A group of Jewish middle school students were attacked following Hamas’s attacks in Israel. According to Libs of TikTok, it didn’t get handled the way a sane society would be expected to handle it:
School makes Jewish students sign gag order after being attacked
Jewish middle schoolers at @MBUSDnews were reportedly attacked by other students after Hamas attacks on Israel. Some students allegedly said “revenge is beautiful” and “all Jews should be killed.”
The school investigated and concluded that it wasn’t hate speech, the perpetrators received no punishment, and the school made the victims sign a gag order to not discuss the incident.
Since the school doesn’t want anyone discussing it, definitely don’t share this or tag them!
According to a Change.org petition:
As deeply concerned parents and community members, we are raising this issue due to the alarming incidents of antisemitism in our local schools. Our children’s welfare is paramount, and it is distressing that they are exposed to such hate speech. A 6th-grade student in Manhattan Beach Middle School (MBMS) has repeatedly targeted four Jewish students verbally on separate occasions. Instead of addressing the perpetrator, Manhattan Beach Unified School District (MBUSD) and MBMS silenced the victimized students by making them sign a “gag order”.
The school’s motto “No Place for Hate” must be upheld in its entirety. This situation calls for a compassionate approach that prioritizes education. It is not compassionate to allow an 11 or 12-year-old to continue attending school “as usual” after engaging in hate speech and without any penalty. This would only propagate the behavior.
Here is the gag order:
We will dig deeper and determine if there’s any more to the story. So far, it’s pretty ugly, but that doesn’t mean it can’t get uglier.