Education officials see book burning as tool for "inclusiveness'' | Beaufort County Now | Educators in French speaking Ontario schools burn 4,700 books from their libraries

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History has seen some really notorious book burners - the Nazis, ISIS, Mao's "Cultural Revolution, and the Spanish Inquisition, to name a few.  It is always about suppressing ideas and knowledge.

Now educrats are getting into this same totalitarian activity.  Photographs have come out on some US schools with dumpsters full of books.  But the really low blow, actually burning them has happened in Ontario's French language schools.  Education officials removed 4,700 books from the libraries of 30 schools in their network and set them on fire, claiming they were doing this in the name of "inclusiveness".  Now why did ISIS or the Nazis not think of that excuse?  The educrats even produced a video to encourage students to burn books.  One example of the sort of books burned were two biographies of famed French Canadian explorer Jacques Cartier, which the educrats thought did not present indigenous tribes in the proper light.

When one hears education officials use the term "inclusiveness" it should be remembered that they are not using it as most tegular people would but instead in a very sinister Orwellian sense.


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