UnNews:Controversial book introduced to schools by Texas
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11 July 2010
HOUSTON, Texas -- A while back, Creationist illiterates were busy deciding what text books the nation's kids should be using. One book, now in the spotlight, had passed surreptitiously through the gauntlet of Bible-based scrutiny into the hands of American second graders.
The book Will Fobs Fly a Plane Into Our House? will now become the standard book to teach all children in Texas that new immigrants (the 'Fobs' - an acronym for Fresh off the Boat) all have the potential to turn into kamikazes and turn against their adopted country . The text is unique in that it is designed to be used both at school, under the guidance of a right-thinking teacher, and at home with the parents.
Prominent educator and recently-converted Evangelical pastor Larry Shapiro wrote the text, which is aimed at educating young children about the dangers of foreigners. "Will Fobs Fly A Plane Into Our House?", boldly asks the question on every American's mind since September 11, 2001. That is, are we in danger of being attacked by dark-skinned imports?
"The idea is to get teachers, parents and children comfortable with discussing the dangers of living a righteous Christian lifestyle," says the book's illustrator Robyn Morriss. "Unfortunately, in these end times, it is all too common for suicidal darkies to attack us just for being patriotic Americans."
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