A Melbourne school teacher, who wears a keffiyeh and promotes the Palestinian cause in class, has insisted that Hamas terrorists who raped and beheaded Jews did “what they have to do”.
Personally, I’m okay with him saying stuff like that, provided his students are allowed to come to school dressed in IDF uniforms and carrying uzis.
I’m joking, of course.
But it begs the question: if the Education Department will not protect Jewish staff and students from vile abuse and hatred, who will?
The Prahran High School teacher, Jason Wong, is one of many in Victoria who struggles to find time for teaching amongst all his activism. Little wonder education standards in this country are plummeting.
Remember when being a public school teacher was considered a relatively respectable profession? It’s basically synonymous with nutcase now.
If you’re a public school teacher, don’t get upset with me for saying that. Get upset with Wong.
Demand Wong and his terrorist sympathising friends be kept away from kids.
I’m sure there’s a school in Tehran that would employ him.
Numerous teachers in the public system have promoted anti-Israel bile in the classroom despite half-arsed protestations from Victorian Premier Jacinta Allan and her hopeless Education Minister Ben Carroll.
Both Allan and Carroll have publicly said it is inappropriate for teachers to be pushing their pro-Palestinian fetish onto students, while doing nothing when their directives are ignored.
Their lack of action becomes licence for more anti-Semitism.
And people wonder why the Jewish community has so little trust in the government.
The Herald-Sun reported that dozens of Victorian school teachers have posted photos of themselves on social media, teaching classes while wearing pro-Palestinian clothing.
The teachers describe one another as “courageous”. Idiots.
Then again, Hamas lads who gang-rape Jewish girls reckon they are heroes too. So, there you go.
Just another reason why no one (Jew or otherwise) should feel safe entrusting their child to the care of a public school in this country.
Originally published at The James Macpherson Report.
Subscribe to his Substack here for daily witty commentary.