The Peel Board of Education Owns Your Soul, If You’re a Teacher
The tyranny of Cultural Marxism and the suppression of free speech continues apace. Slavery is the condition where you are totally under the control of your owner. Labour traditionally meant your employer was entitled to you time and labour for a given number of hours at a certain wage. However, today an employer seems entitled to control your views and expression even on your own time. That’s slavery!
An unnamed occasional elementary school teacher in Peel County (comprising Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon), just west of Toronto is being investigated for posting a picture (from the rear, so not identifiable) of a student with a funny Negro hair style juxtaposed with a comic picture of a black gangster and the comment: “Who rocked it better. LOLOLO”
CityNews (June 4, 2018) reported: ” An occasional teacher in the Peel District School Board (PDSB) has been banned from speaking with students or teachers after allegedly posting what could be deemed a racist photo of a student on social media.
Carla Pereira, spokesperson for the PDSB, said the Instagram post was brought to their attention over the weekend and an investigation by the school’s Superintendent of Education was launched on Saturday.
The image beside the young student is of “Loc Dog” a character played by Marlon Wayans in the 1996 movie “Don’t be a menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood.”
The board tweeted that the post is “being investigated as anti-Black racism and being taken seriously.” They have also reached out to the students guardians.
Pereira said the behaviour by the teacher is “simply unacceptable.”
“You’d be hard pressed to look at that particular image and say that its not a post that would be considered racism,” said Pereira.
“You look at it, you look at the use of black stereotypes and you look at how the child is being compared to another individual in not a very nice way. I think you’d be very hard pressed to say that its not anti-black racism – even though that’s what we’re hearing from some members of the community who are saying its just a joke its really not racist.” …
The PDSB’S social media guides for staff says:
“The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that teachers’ off-duty conduct, even when not directly related to students, is relevant to their suitability to teach. … According to the board, disciplinary action could range from a verbal reprimand to sensitivity training or even termination.”