Victimology raises its head again

Wednesday, 15 September 2010 05:19 Wendy Larkson Jihad - Dhimmitude-Appeasement-Treason
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Selective schools controversy

The selective school system has a long tradition in the NSW public education system. Through merit students are able to attend a school which will foster their talents and enable them to grow in an environment which fosters learning. Many of the students attending the selective schools come from Asian backgrounds which particularly prize educational achievement. These students and all who attend make a great contribution to the professions and Australian life. 

 Apparently the absence of Middle Eastern students from this high achieving group has come to attention of those who are all to ready to get their wailing voices in tune and play the victim card. In an SMH article entitled ‘Ethnicity at selective schools provokes fierce debate’ [14/9/10] Anna Patty says that ‘non-English migrants filling almost 80 per cent of places at the state's top 10 selective high schools’ but then quotes ‘an academic’ who says

…while children of Middle-Eastern origin made up a significant proportion of school enrolments in Sydney, they were mostly absent from selective schools compared with children of migrants from south Asia (source)

Now some may dispute pressure cooker learning methods and advocate different educational approaches but why suddenly is it an issue that ‘children of Middle Eastern Origin’ are largely absent from selective high schools? Could it be that we have the Victims Brigade gearing up to push for a number of places for the Middle Eastern followers of a 7th century irrational womaniser and pedophile. Is there going to be a push for some kind of pro active equivalence, places for background over intellectual achievement? If this is so it would be a tragedy for the selective school system. However, I think it may not come about.

Why?

Precisely because of the reason that Mohammed did not allow his followers to mix too much with the peoples they conquered – fear of CONTAMINATION of ideas which might lead them to question Islam, which might lead to question per se.

Quran - 3:149 O ye who believe! if ye obey those who disbelieve, they will make you turn back on your heels, and ye turn back as losers.

 Quran - 5:51 O ye who believe! Take not the Jews and the Christians for friends. They are friends one to another. He among you who taketh them for friends is (one) of them. Lo! Allah guideth not wrongdoing folk.

Quran - 60:1 O ye who believe! Choose not My enemy and your enemy for allies. Do ye give them friendship when they disbelieve in that truth which hath come unto you, driving out the messenger and you because ye believe in Allah, your Lord ? If ye have come forth to strive in My way and seeking My good pleasure, (show them not friendship). Do ye show friendship unto them in secret, when I am Best Aware of what ye hide and what ye proclaim ? And whosoever doeth it among you, he verily hath strayed from the right way.

Questioning is not permitted in Islam.

Quran - 2:2 This is the Scripture whereof there is no doubt, a guidance unto those who ward off (evil).

It is the basis of progress in western philosophical and scientific thought.

So Anna Patty should keep her worries to herself as the followers of Mohammed would prefer their own Islamic Education Camp Schools to form their children apart from western ideas. Could you imagine Muslim girls participating in philosophy courses at Sydney Girls’ High, learning Aristotelian logic? Perish the thought. Could you imagine Muslim boys doing history courses and having to describe some current affairs such as the 9/11 murder of innocent civilians by Islamic terrorists? You can be sure there is a ‘spin’ put on this event in the private Islamic schools in Sydney and it would not be the point of view of the victims that would be paramount. Some other intelligent boys at the school may have a very different point of view. So don’t worry Anna Patty, just leave the selective schools to do their merit selection as they always have. Or do you want some intelligent young students to be refused entry because their Middle Eastern brothers and sisters feel victimised?