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McQUARRIE – Teachers took wrong course on high school art vandalism

OKAY CLASS, settle down now and let’s get on with our lesson on permissive vandalism and how the rule of law and common sense can be suspended for those promoting social justice.

As you may recall, last week we got to hear of a one-person show of insensitive narrow-mindedness.  A selfish act, where under the name of Black Lives Matter, a student from a local high school defaced a painting.

A painting that in this case featured the iconic car from the young teenage boy friendly TV series of the early 80’s, Dukes of Hazard.  The car, known as the General Lee, featured the Confederate Flag and was the source of the vandal’s maleficence.

The actions of the student vandal bother me but not as much as the claim that both her social justice teacher and the vice-principal gave her permission to vandalize the painting.

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Bill McQuarrie is a Kamloops entrepreneur. He can be contacted at billmcquarrie@gmail.com. He tweets @bafflegabbed.

 

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1 Comment on McQUARRIE – Teachers took wrong course on high school art vandalism

  1. This is appalling – did those that gave her permission to vandalize the car own it?

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