December 3, 2016
When you’re a strong leftists and words scare you
Anybody with an average IQ knows that Huckleberry Finn and To Kill A Mockingbird are two books that are both far from promoting racism towards black people.
Both books are set during a time period when the racial slur used repeatedly was widely used and accepted, it’s not rocket science to understand why the super scary six letter slur is in there.
A Virginia school district has banned two classic American novels after parents complained they were racist.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee and Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn have been temporarily removed from shelves because they use the N-word more than 250 times.
Boy, I’d just love to see what other books are sitting on the shelves for the students to read.
People have been so fearful of Huckleberry Finn using the N word, that they’ve attempted to ‘fix’ it so many times.
My favorite version of classic (which was deliberately made to point out how stupid the censorship is) is the one that replaces Nigger with ‘Robot.’
When you don’t want your kids reading about Negroes deserving rights and stuff
Both the film and the book have received overwhelming critical praise, due to the strong anti-racism message in the story.
Yet, according to WTVR.com, Accomack County Public Schools has removed both books from the shelves of its schools while they investigate complains into the books which, which have been available for 56 years, in the case of Lee’s novel and 132 years with Huck Finn.
One mother complained: ‘There’s so much racial slurs and defensive wording in there that you can’t get past that. Right now, we are a nation divided as it is.‘
I’d be willing to bet that only jigaboo parents are complaining
This just enforces how stupid leftists are. If they were intelligent they would actually be pushing both of these books.
And what’s the point of going to school if they can’t even teach you about history and context? Isn’t English class the place where you read texts and learn to dissect them?
One parent Teresa Wilkins said: ‘It’s in a book and they’ll feel they are able to say that to anybody, and so I don’t feel that that should be done.‘
Modern kids end up with poor communication skills and aren’t capable of reading between the lines because they’ve never been given a chance to acquire or exercise these skills.
Normies in training
Everything that’s suitable for them to learn about is completely dumbed down and made to be as basic as possible.
Nobody can learn about anything that might possibly trigger someone else and the thought of Tyrone having to raise his hand to ask why the N word is used in the book is just too complex for this shitlib teachers to even consider.
It’s sad to think that once upon time young children were casually reading Aesop’s Fables and able to take life lessons away from the various stories, yet older students from the current year aren’t even capable of reading a book like Huckleberry Finn and understanding it’s very clear concepts.