Islam in Denmark multiculturalism



 It’s so bad that even the highly trained and respected in the world of multiculturalism, have had enough of it.

H/T: Fjordman

Something’s Rotten in Denmark Schools

One day around the beginning of October, a sixth-grade class in Ejerlykkeskolen, a school in Odense, Denmark, was supposed to watch a film.  But five or six students made some kind of a disturbance.  The details are unclear; the point is that, in one way or another, they disrupted the class and made it impossible for their classmates to view the film.  Their teacher tried to control them, but without success.  Finally she gave up and sent them down to the principal, a woman named Birgitte Sonsby.

Now, Sonsby, by all indications, is no ordinary school principal.  According to Poul Erik Anderson – upon whose intensive coverage of this story, beginning with an October 18 article in Den Korte Avis, the present account is largely based – Sonsby has been named the best school principal in all of Denmark.  She is the head of the Odense principals’ organization.  She was recently selected over 353 other nominees for a leadership award presented by the city of Odense.  And she has been officially commended for running a school in which students and teachers alike feel welcome.  But on that day when those five or six kids were sent to her office to be disciplined, she was unable to do anything with them.  When she tried to talk to them, they laughed in her face.  Eventually she lost her temper.  And she said something that she shouldn’t have: “I’m so damn tired of you Muslims destroying education!”

Before we proceed, a note on translation.  The expletive Sonsby used, skide,can be translated in any number of ways, some of them a good deal stronger than others.  I’ve chosen “damn,” but the level of intensity may be better captured by a more emphatic word, such as “goddamn,” “bloody,” or even (and this is, in fact, probably the closest equivalent) “fucking.”  And the word I’ve translated as “destroying” was ødelægger – which could also be rendered as “ruining” or “spoiling,” or, somewhat more mildly, as “damaging.”

In any event, Sonsby apologized.  But that wasn’t enough for the father of one of the disruptive boys, twelve-year-old Raacan Mansoor.  The dad, Shaib Mansoor, reported Sonsby to the police for racism – a charge which, if sustained, could lose her her job.  (Never mind that Islam isn’t a race: that ship has long since sailed.)  Mansoor later withdrew his police complaint, but made it clear that he still wanted Sonsby fired.

More here.

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