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Sep 14 2016

Head of San Francisco School Board Wants to Purge School Names of Villains Like George Washington

To inflict utopia, you first have to unmoor us from the past. Under the first modern totalitarian regime, the French even threw out the calendar and imposed a new one with 1792 as Year I. A similar mentality is on display as progressives attempt to cut us off from the history that defines us by demonizing the heroes of the past and replacing them with new heroes — like disrespectful NFL benchwarmer Colin Kaepernick.

Board of Education President Matt Haney wants to purge schools in the San Francisco Unified School District of “the names of men with questionable human rights legacies” — i.e., anyone who lived too long ago to comply in all respects with up to the minute standards of leftist political orthodoxy.

Haney is hoping the school district can have more schools named after people of color, women and LGBT figures, he said.

In utopia, you don’t get a school named after you for founding the country. But you might for indulging in abnormal sex acts — or for refusing to behave respectfully when the national anthem is played.

The idea came to him after listening to a sermon Sunday at Third Baptist Church, a black church in the Western Addition, about 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick protesting the national anthem in recent weeks. The song’s slave-owning author, Francis Scott Key, has a school named after him in the Outer Sunset.

Haney stirred up a conversation Sunday when he posted on Facebook that Washington High should drop the first president’s name and instead be called Maya Angelou High School after the famed author and poet who attended school there.

“We tearing them all down,” wrote in a Facebook comment in response to a suggestion that the school named after Key be renamed after Kaepernick. “No schools named after people who bought and owned human beings and committed genocide.”

By now you might be picturing Matt Haney as looking something like this:

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Actually, this is Matt Haney:

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Having been a slave owner centuries ago when it was common practice is not the only crime that will result in a trip down the Memory Hole. The James Lick Middle School may get renamed because:

The latter is named after one of the wealthiest men in California in the late 1800s, yet in the 2015 school year, 81 percent of students there were socio-economically disadvantaged.

Unless they are leftist politicians like Shrillary or Bernie Sanders, wealthy people are politically incorrect. Down the Memory Hole!

San Francisco already has a K-5 public school, the Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy, that is named after a degenerate who sexually preyed on troubled underage boys.

If a giant meteor scores a direct hit on San Francisco, we will know why it was sent.

On a tip from Steve A.



  • John27

    That fruit looks like he could fit the school up his ass.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    Hmm. Woodrow Wilson re-segregated the military, and had ties to the KKK. FDR was a racist who refused to meet with black Olympic athletes and put American citizens of Japanese ancestry in concentration camps, just because of their race. LBJ was a bigot too, though doesn’t have as well-documented atrocities to pin on him. Apart from the Great Society programs, which ruined inner cities; doesn’t that fact that these programs resulted in increased poverty rates, especially for black people, qualify as discrimination under the doctrine of “disparate impact?” So, we will be seeing pushes to rename schools that bear the name of these shameful racists.

    Right?

  • TrojanMan

    We all know California is no longer part of the US.

  • MAS

    There are still refugees here…most are not along the coast or in major cities though.

  • MAS

    Goes to show you that the face of raging agenda driven lunacy can often look quite reasonable. I give you Ted Bundy…this guy reminds of something. Oh yeah, decades ago in the receiving jail we could normally pick out the child molesters by appearance (body language mostly) and demeanor. Mr Haney would be a pick.

  • TrojanMan

    I was once a refugee from Illinois. I was able to escape and ran like hell for Texas. Many a Californians are coming to Texas. I hope they are checking their progressive tendencies at the door. I do not want to move again to escape regressive policies.

  • MAS

    You have you home grown moon bats…Austin springs to mind. In the LEO community we call those that move away from their ghettos for a better life “the devil seed” because they often bring it with them. My son moved there (oilfield engineer, what else?) and is loving it…reminds him of home without the moon bat policies imposed by outsiders.

  • Occam’s Stubble

    I’m sure they’ll name at least one school after that paragon of human rights activists Che Guevara.

  • TrojanMan

    Correct there are pockets of regressives in Texas. In Illinois there is only one pocket of nasty. It unfortunately dominates the other 103 counties. If Illinois could kick out Crook County (Chitcago) it would probably be the reddest state in the union. They did manage to elect a republican governor after i left but that state is still toast.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fa6daf2db2e396ad93ea2cf54ef8489279e825ed3a542090ef6e164f6a4a539b.png

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    Refugee from California, here (not to Texas, at least not yet). Few of my old friends growing up are still in CA. Most have fled to freer states.

  • Spiny Norman

    The latter is named after one of the wealthiest men in California in the late 1800s…

    Well, in that case, Stanford University will have to change its name post haste.

  • Spiny Norman

    Did they leave their “progressive tendencies at the door”, or are they spreading them like an infectious disease???

    {o.O}

  • MAS

    We remain to care for what remains of family but when mom (the last one) goes so do we. Central valley is quite conservative but the enemy is through the gates…

  • Spiny Norman

    Central valley is quite conservative

    Go much more than 30 miles inland from the coast, and the state itself is quite conservative, for that matter.

    but the enemy is through the gates…

    Yeah, 6+ million illegal aliens might have an effect, I’d wager.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    No proggie tendencies in the group, at least not that I’ve ever been able to discern 🙂

  • Stosh

    If they only counted the votes of those that were alive, Illinois would be a red state.

  • Matt Haney said “we tearing them all down.” He said that? Did he use a negro dialect. I’d really like to meet Matt Haney’s wife she is not doing her wifely duties. You can tell he ain’t getting any.

    Seriously, maya angelou high school can fo guck itself.

  • grayjohn

    We need another McCarthy to deal with these communist, progressive, traitorous, anti American rat bastards. Un-American activities fo’ sho’!

  • 762×51

    Just look at the size of that forehead. I knew these vermin would make excellent targets. Civil War II, getting closer every day.

  • TrojanMan

    “socio-economically disadvantaged.” i.e. non-whites that have been given millions, billions, nay TRILLIONS of dollars of others peoples money to sit around and do jack squat.

  • KHarn

    “…just because of their race.”
    And because their countrymen were AT WAR WITH US. Same for GERMANS and ITALIANS in America.
    I know how easy it is to forget little, insignificant details like that.

  • KHarn

    I wish Dixie wasn’t. 150 years of yankee domination is punishment enough for any crime we may have committed.

  • TrojanMan

    “And because their countrymen” Well actually many were US citizens.

    “Sixty-two percent of the internees were United States citizens”.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internment_of_Japanese_Americans

  • 762×51

    Just a way for you to “gut” check out where you are vs. where you should be.

    http://www.freedominthe50states.org/

  • TrojanMan

    The next round of secession will be for the right reasons.

  • KHarn

    I’ll shed a tear AFTER apologies are issued to the GERMANS and ITALIANS who were interned and NOT MENTIONED by historians.
    No, instead I’ll shed a tear for them after someone apologizes for fucking over the SOUTH.

  • KHarn

    Oh yeah? Why didn’t the Yankees outlaw slavery in THE UNION when they had the chance? It’s because they were fighting for the DONINATION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT over the states and for the economic protection of New England.
    Start by reading that JOKE called “The Emancipation Proclamation.”

  • 762×51

    That is what we call a target rich environment. In the group I fight with, this is our mindset.

    “They are in front of us, behind us, and we are flanked on both sides by an enemy that outnumbers us 29:1. They can’t get away from us now!”
    – Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller, USMC

  • Grumpy Cat

    Here’s a suggestion for the “official Portrait”

    http://lumq.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/che_10.jpg

  • Grumpy Cat

    Oh he has, probably several times.

  • TrojanMan

    I understand what you are saying, i was just making a clarification that many were citizens. The ones that were not i have no issue with them being interred. The ones that were citizens should have not been interred unless evidence was produced to support their loyalties lay elsewhere. I also agree that you never hear about German or Italian people being interred.

  • Grumpy Cat

    Whenever I see the face of that gap-toothed Useful Idiot, I think of this quote from his hero Che:

    “The black is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meager wage on
    frivolity or drink; the European has a tradition of work and saving,
    which has pursued him as far as this corner of America and drives him to
    advance himself, even independently of his own individual aspirations.”

    How absolutely….colonialist of him.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    I have never heard of German and Italian concentration camps. Those weren’t close to Manzanar, were they?

  • TrojanMan

    Relax… i am agreeing with you that the south had every right to secede.

  • Jack

    Matt looks like a homosexual Democrat . He is just one good beat down by the people of color he that admires to realize utopia doesn’t exist.

  • marcus tullius cicero

    …Butt, we will always have the Barack Hussein Obama Elementary School in Chitcago!

  • magic1114

    Before Trump builds the wall on the border I think he could use a little practice. Something like putting a fence around the state of Commiefornia. A name change wouldn’t hurt it either… Something like “Commiefornia Total State Hospital”.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    First I’ve heard of the Germans and Italians, though I have heard they were treated with suspicion. I would appreciate a source, but if so let’s add that to the list of crimes we can pin on FDR.

  • Jack

    Stop, you’re upsetting the Canadians.

  • KHarn

    I have heard of one for Italians in Texas and my father told me about a German internment camp here in the Tampa bay area.

  • Ol’ Uncle Lar

    I would imagine the live ones might have objected to being “interred” as opposed to interned.

  • TrojanMan

    My apologizes grammar Nazi lol

  • grayjohn

    Who let the fags out?! Mince, mince,mince, mince mince!

  • MAS

    A retired partner moved to Alaska and built his home. Before installing the power pole near it he went to the building inspectors to find out how to do so legally. They showed him a pic of one and said “Kinda like this”. When he asked for more info and if there would be an inspection they told him no, that they figured he wouldn’t burn down his own home. If only…

  • MAS

    “Moral courage is the most valuable and usually the most absent characteristic in men.” -George S. Patton

    OTOH

    “May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won’t.” -George S. Patton

    Patton a California boy…back when it was good.

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