- ‘The cleaners are sick of coming across poo and used toilet paper in places it just shouldn’t be.
- Memo: ‘all bodily fluids’ needed to be ‘disposed down the toilet’
- ‘The building houses some of the most intelligent brains int he world – yet they don’t appear to know how to use the toilet.
The Daily Mail reported:
Students at one of Scotland’s top universities have been told off for pooing in showers and bins.
Bosses at Strathclyde University were forced to send a memo to the 400 students and 250 staff asking them to stop with their ‘inappropriate’ toilet habits.
The memo, posted on Thursday, was sent by the operations management team of the University’s Technology and Innovation Centre.
It read: ‘Given the incidence of people pooing in bins, showers and the likes, can I please remind all TIC occupants that the toilets have been provided for that specific purpose.
‘All bodily fluids, solids and toilet paper must be disposed of down the toilet.
‘While I appreciate that the TIC population is multi-cultural and different countries have different practices, here in the UK the accepted practice is to use only the WC.’
Indoctrinating kids to be gay! Watch out for drag queens visiting your public libraries and telling drag stories to young children, thanks to a non-profit group called Drag Queen Story Hour. According to School Library Journal, the program is flourishing coast to coast and that’s because while some parents are horrified, there are others who love it.
QUESTION: Are public libraries also open and accepting to Christian organizations who would teach Bible stories to children? I don’t think so. They better make sure no Muslims are in sight when they do this.
Story from School Library Journal below:
Drag Queen Story Hours Flourishing on Both Coasts
( SLJ ) A special type of storytime is springing up in libraries and book stores in California and New York, thanks to a non-profit group called Drag Queen Story Hour. The organization states on its website that readers in drag can “capture the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and give kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.”
Storytimes featuring drag queens started in San Francisco in December 2015, first with celebrity drag queens, such as Honey Mahogany, who was featured on the TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race. The San Francisco-area events are usually held at the Eureka Valley (CA)/Harvey Milk Memorial Library.
A special type of storytime is springing up in libraries and book stores in California and New York, thanks to a non-profit group called Drag Queen Story Hour. The organization states on its website that readers in drag can “capture the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and give kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.”
“The Drag Queen Story Hour demonstrates the dynamic wit and ingenuity of the queer community and the power of a good story to forge positive personal connections,” says William Johnson, program director for LAMBDA Literary.
The concept moved to the East Coast in August of 2016, when Brooklyn’s Greenlight Bookstore hosted a story hour. That event caught the eye of local public librarians. Both the New York Public Library and the Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) have recently held them. Boston Public Library has one coming up.
“Those of us who work with young children on a regular basis know that children can dress and act in a variety of ways, and supporting their choices builds self-confidence and can help avoid serious problems later in life,” says Judy Zuckerman, director of youth and family services for BPL. “By creating an atmosphere of acceptance, and reading stories about acceptance of differences, we are hoping to stave off teasing and bullying.”
HATERS! NJ SCHOOL ALTERS YEARBOOK, STUDENTS PHOTOS WITH TRUMP’S NAME, MAGA SIGN, TRUMP QUOTE REMOVED
A New Jersey school is investigating why yearbook photos of two students were altered, students shirts with Trump’s name and ‘Make America Great Again’ sign were blacked out. A Trump quote was also removed.
One of the students father wants the school district to republish the yearbooks at the district’s expense with the unaltered photos.
A New Jersey school district is investigating why the yearbook photos of two high school students were altered to remove President Donald Trump’s name on clothing they wore.
The Wall Township district also is probing why a Trump quote submitted by the freshman class president wasn’t included under her photo while a quote by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared under the senior class president’s photo.
One student wore a sweater vest with Trump’s name on it; another student wore a T-shirt emblazoned with the words “Trump Make America Great Again.” But neither feature appeared in the photos published in the yearbook.
District Superintendent Cheryl Dyer told the Asbury Park Press that she was “quite disturbed by the entire situation,” noting that the school’s dress code doesn’t prevent students from expressing their political views. It wasn’t clear who altered the yearbook photos or why. The district hires a company to take the photos and print the yearbooks.
Grant Berardo said he was shocked when he saw the yearbook photo of him in the T-shirt, minus the Trump reference.
“I sent it to my mom and dad, just like ‘You won’t believe this.’ I was just overall disappointed,” he told the newspaper. “I like Trump but it’s history, too. Wearing that shirt memorializes the time.”
Wyatt Dobrovich-Fago was surprised but not initially concerned when he saw Trump’s name wasn’t on the sweater vest he wore for his photo.
“(I thought) maybe they just cropped it out, and it wasn’t something I should worry about, they just did it,” he told WABC-TV in New York.
Then his sister, Montana, noticed the Trump quote she had submitted to run with her class president photo had not been published, even though she had met the deadline to submit it.
“I like thinking big. If you’re going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big. By Donald Trump,” Montana said, recounting the quote.
Her brother then started questioning what had happened.
“I’m like, well, that’s kind of crazy, two things against Trump in a way,” Wyatt said.
Berardo’s father wants the school district to republish the yearbooks at the district’s expense with the unaltered photos.
Evergreen State College protesters are reportedly roaming campus with baseball bats, according to photos and videos.
Professor Bret Weinstein tweets:
“Credible reports protestors w/ bats roaming campus for 2 days. People hit, won’t report.”
A liberal professor, Weinstein has received calls for his resignation after he refused to leave campus during the anti-white “Day of Absence”, an event the New York Times called “a day of racial segregation.”
Evergreen State practices explicit and institutional racial segregation once a year. Typically nonwhite students and faculty leave campus (to show how valuable they are) and the whites stay on campus (to be indoctrinated in “anti-racism workshops and seminars”), but this year it was reversed, and Weinstein told the director of a campus multicultural office that he was staying put. ( Read link – Evergreen State faculty demand punishment of white professor who refused to leave on anti-white day )
Students are also upset after their unhinged ‘black power’ video was spread online, demanding it to be taken down. Watch video below.
The College Fix reports an administrator from the college released a memo instructing students to get rid of the bats immediately.
Dear RAD Students,
We are aware of a small group of students coordinating a community patrol of housing and campus. We acknowledge and understand the fear and concerns that are motivating these actions. We also understand that these students are seeking to provide an alternative source of safety from external entities as well as those community members who they distrust.
Community patrols can be a useful tool for helping people to feel safe, however the use of bats or similar instruments is not productive. Some members of this group have been observed carrying batons and/or bats. Carrying bats is causing many to feel unsafe and intimidated. The bats must be put away immediately in order to protect all involved. Non-students participating in this activity are advised to leave campus.
- The New York Daily News described the lewd performance as “complete with gyrations, tongue gymnastics and a flashed G-string.”
- Individual who performed in drag was identified as the president of the Public School 96 Parent Association.
( Fox News ) What in the name of RuPaul is wrong with the New York City Board of Education?
Parents are furious after children as young as 5-years-old were exposed to an erotic drag show performance at what was supposed to be a school district talent show.
“My first reaction was what the hell is going on,” parent Raquel Morales told me.
The New York Daily News described the lewd performance as “complete with gyrations, tongue gymnastics and a flashed G-string.”
The May 25th performance shocked and enraged parents who could not believe the school district would allow a grown man to spread his legs and display his crotch to wide-eyed children.
“I left the show the minute he started sticking his tongue out,” one parent to the Daily News. “I had my children with me and I wasn’t going to allow them to see that.”
….Ms. Morales filmed the seven-minute routine on her cell phone and provided me with a copy. It’s jaw-dropping, folks. And when the drag queen dropped to the floor and began writhing in a sexually-suggestive manner, the auditorium erupted.
“Once he got to that part it was chaos,” Ms. Morales said. “People were yelling and leaving. A lot of parents were saying had they known this was going to happen they would have taken their kids out after they had performed.”
The talent show was emceed by District 4 Superintendent Alexandra Estrella. And the individual who performed in drag was identified as the president of the Public School 96 Parent Association.
Eight arrests were made on Thursday night after a burglary at Desert Oasis High School, according to Clark County School District police Capt. Ken Young.
The Metropolitan Police Department received a call at about 10:32 p.m. after 20-40 masked juveniles were seen on surveillance cameras running through the halls. Metro officers responded to help school district police seal off the school and detain the juveniles.
Most of the juveniles fled the scene, but eight were arrested for burglary and destruction of property, Young said.
The high school sustained some damage, but Young did not specify how much.
Contact Dana Rutkin at email@example.com or 702-383-0381. Follow @danadrutkin on Twitter.
- Student Mya Berry began a Change.org petition to remove James Madison’s name off her school: “The significance of [Madison’s] name in association with my school has a negative effect on memorials [sic] black students. The lack of representation I feel in this school makes me feel more than unsafe.”
( The College Fix ) Alleging that the name of our fourth president “contributes to a hostile school culture,” a high school senior wants the moniker “James Madison” excised from James Madison Memorial High School.
The school is located in — wait for it — Madison, Wisconsin.
President Madison, according to a report in The Capital Times, had inherited over 100 slaves and it’s “estimated that at least five generations of enslaved African-Americans lived at [his] Montpelier plantation.”
Student Mya Berry began a Change.org petition early last week and it currently has 1,430 signatures, just 70 short of its goal. On it Berry writes, “The significance of [Madison’s] name in association with my school has a negative effect on memorials [sic] black students. The lack of representation I feel in this school makes me feel more than unsafe.”
Berry claims on the petition that she has “been called the (n-word) multiple times,” and that a student had threatened to lynch her. She told the Times, however, that she “did not feel comfortable reporting [racial] incidents to [school] staff.”
“Some of them don’t speak up,” she said, “and that adds to the unsafe environment.”
In her petition, Berry also urged MMSD to consider the achievement gaps that exist for African-American students as a reason to change the name of the school.
“Do you think it’s truly appropriate to glorify a man that enslaved my ancestors?” Berry asks in the petition.
“With the education disparity between black and white students being a huge concern in the Madison Metropolitan School District, and if you truly care about black students, you would change the name of Memorial High School.” …
Berry said she was inspired to start the petition after watching a documentary about the history of enslavement. Currently, she is enrolled in a social justice class where her teacher asked students to consider the type of change they want to make in the world.
“This is my social change,” she said.
Principal Jay Affeldt said he was unaware of Ms. Berry’s complaints, but “is following up with her and other students.”