21 June 2015

Gay Teacher Brainwashing SudentsFinally Resigns

Omar Currie
A teacher who was trying to indoctrinate children too young and too inexperienced to know any better that homosexuality is not normal, has just resigned.

Teacher Omar Currie wants to ensure that his class are brainwashed to accept anything related to homosexual behavior by reading his students a fable about a prince who falls in love with another prince, ending with a happily-ever-after royal wedding.

That despicable action prompted a nationwide outcry from some parents in the rural hamlet of Efland, North Carolina, resulting in Currie's resignation from a job that he abused for personal gratification. The assistant principal who loaned Currie her copy of "King & King" has also resigned, and outraged parents are pressuring administrators at the Orange County Schools to ban the book.

"When I read the story, the reaction of parents didn't come into my mind," Currie, 25, said. "In that moment, it just seemed natural to me to read the book and have a conversation about treating people with respect. My focus then was on the child, and helping the child."

He failed to mention that if his focus in one child, then there is no reason to ram the whole homosexual story down everybody’s throat, which gays seem to enjoy so much.

After graduation, Currie became a teacher at nearby Efland-Cheeks Elementary School. Though only about 15 miles west of Chapel Hill, a college town considered among the most liberal enclaves in the state, Efland is a socially conservative community of about 750 people who don’t want anything to do with any type aberrant behavior and indecent public display of perverted affection.

Within hours after reading the book to his students, Currie said he got a call from the school's principal requesting a meeting in her office for the following morning. The parents of three children soon filed written complaints to a school review committee, which twice upheld the use of the book after heated public meetings. But the school's principal also issued a new directive that teachers must submit an advance list of all books they intend to read with students to their parents.

At the committee meetings to discuss Currie's use of the book, all parents whose children were not in his class made their counter attacks. After blatantly ignoring the parents’ and children’s right not to listen, read and talk about anything related to homosexuality, community leaders told Currie to keep his sexual preference to himself.

Though he says administrators never formally disciplined him for his decision to read the book, Currie said he was made to feel that he had done something wrong and felt pressured to leave the school. Currie is currently looking for another teaching job, while some schools in surrounding area to exclude him from any shortlist of applicants.

Good riddance!