‘Common Core’ Curriculum Recommends Pedophilia, Rape and Incest

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common core feature 300x264 Common Core Curriculum Recommends Pedophilia, Rape and IncestHave you heard of the Common Core State Standards Initiative? Commonly referred to as just the ‘Common Core’, it is a nationally standardized educational program developed by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and the Council of Chief State School Officers. According to their official website:

“The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and careers. With American students fully prepared for the future, our communities will be best positioned to compete successfully in the global economy.”

To date, 45 states and the District of Columbia have adopted part or all of the Common Core standards for their public schools. The goal is try to get public education somewhat standardized throughout the US so that students graduating from one state will have the same general educational background as students from other states when attending college or entering the workforce. The Common Core is divided into two sections: math and English language arts. In the English language arts standards, Common Core lists recommended reading materials supposedly appropriate for each grade level and you may be surprised and even shocked to learn what they are recommending to your kids to read. For 11th graders, a book on the exemplar reading list is a 1970 novel by Toni Morrison titled ‘The Bluest Eye.’ The book was written from the point of view of a person who rapes, commits incest and commits pedophilia by preying on young girls. The book is very detailed and explicit and the kind of book that belongs in an adult store rather than in the hands of impressionable high schools in the throes of raging hormones. From the excerpts I saw, it makes Lady Chatterley look tame and mild. There is nothing redeeming from the excerpts I saw and would only incite young readers to emulate what they read.

Pages 162-163:  “A bolt of desire ran down his genitals…and softening the lips of his anus. . . . He wanted to f*** her—tenderly. But the tenderness would not hold. The tightness of her vagina was more than he could bear. His soul seemed to slip down his guts and fly out into her, and the gigantic thrust he made into her then provoked the only sound she made. Removing himself from her was so painful to him he cut it short and snatched his genitals out of the dry harbor of her vagina. She appeared to have fainted.”

Page 174:  “He further limited his interests to little girls. They were usually manageable . . . His sexuality was anything but lewd; his patronage of little girls smacked of innocence and was associated in his mind with cleanliness.” And later, this same pedophile notes, “I work only through the Lord. He sometimes uses me to help people.”

Page 181:  “The little girls are the only things I’ll miss. Do you know that when I touched their sturdy little t*** and bit them—just a little—I felt I was being friendly?—If I’d been hurting them, would they have come back? . . . they’d eat ice cream with their legs open while I played with them. It was like a party.”

Pages 84-85:  “He must enter her surreptitiously, lifting the hem of her nightgown only to her navel. He must rest his weight on his elbows when they make love, to avoid hurting her breasts…When she senses some spasm about to grip him, she will make rapid movements with her hips, press her fingernails into his back, suck in her breath, and pretend she is having an orgasm. She might wonder again, for the six hundredth time, what it would be like to have that feeling while her husband’s penis is inside her.”

Now I ask you parents if you know whether or not the public school that your kids attend is using Common Core Standards? It might not be your kids that are turned into a perverted sexual predator, but they may become the victim of one thanks to the Common Core Standards being used across the nation. Do you really want some 15 year old boy who is driven more by his hormones than his brain to read about the joys and pleasures of raping young girls and committing incest? Worse yet, do you trust your daughters going to school with this boy?

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The Bloomfield News reports;

Parents concerned with the content of a book common on high school reading lists have asked the Adams 12 school district to take Toni Morrison’s 1970 novel, “The Bluest Eye,” out of the curriculum.

A group of parents have formally challenged the teaching of “The Bluest Eye” in classrooms. They argue the book is “developmentally inappropriate” and potentially damaging for teens, because of graphic descriptions of rape and incest. They also argue the book does not conform to the district’s decency standards.

The book was used in the Advanced Placement English Language curriculum at Legacy High last school year. Teachers who include the book in rubrics said the novel has long been approved by Adams 12 for classroom use. They see the book as a classic literary work that illustrates valuable examples of literary techniques by a groundbreaking author. Blocking it from classrooms would set a dangerous precedent that could unfairly eliminate other literary works that include challenging material, they said.

The Adams 12 school board could decide the book’s future at Legacy as early as Aug. 21, but no official date for a discussion has been set.

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