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Antifa Fuhlsbüttel-Langenhorn (Antifa FuLa): Heute wird das Asylrecht abgeschafft (1993)

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. August 2009

Heute wird das Asylrecht abgeschafft! (pdf-Datei, 411 kb), ein Flugblatt der Antifa FuLa vom Mai 1993 zum „Asylkompromiss“ von Kohl, Kinkel und Lafontaine, welcher das bisherige Grundrecht auf Asyl faktisch aushebelte und wenige Tage danach in der Nacht zum 29. Mai von einigen Nazis mit der Ermordung von fünf Menschen in Solingen „gefeiert“ wurde:

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Fundamentalistisches Lehrmaterial in britischen Schulen: Rassismus mit staatlicher Anerkennung

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. August 2009

Dieses mal nicht die Islamisten, Quelle: The Times Educational Supplement, bleibt anzumerken, dass in fundamentalistisch-protestantischen und verwandten Kreisen in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren das Apartheid-Regime in Südafrika generell als „christliche Regierung im Kampf gegen gottlose Kommunisten“ dargestellt und unterstützt wurde:

„Exams for an Evangelical Christian curriculum in which pupils have been taught that the Loch Ness monster disproves evolution and racial segregation is beneficial have been ruled equivalent to international A- levels by a UK government agency.

The National Recognition Information Centre (Naric), which guides universities and employers on the validity of different qualifications, has judged the International Certificate of Christian Education (ICCE) officially comparable to qualifications offered by the Cambridge International exam board.

Hundreds of teenagers at around 50 private Christian schools in Britain study for the certificates, as well as several home-educated students.

The courses are based around the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) programme, which originated in Texas in the 1970s. Pupils study a range of subjects, including science and English, but spend half their studies learning from Bible-influenced US textbooks, often in isolation from each other, Jonny Scaramanga, a music lecturer who attended an ACE school in Bath as a child, said he was astonished the courses were judged comparable to international A-levels and O-levels.

In a complaint to Naric, he provided examples of the material taught on the courses. These included claims in its science and history textbooks that:

* the Loch Ness monster, which “appears to be a plesiosaur” from photographs, helps to disprove evolution;
* apartheid was beneficial to South Africa; reasons include the claim that segregated schools “made it possible for each group to maintain and pass on their culture and heritage to their children”;
* “unquestionable proofs” and “unarguable evidences” existed for creationism.

Mr Scaramanga said: “Those who challenge the explanations given in the materials are described as ‘godless’, ‘anti-biblical’, and ‘foolish’. There needs to be greater public awareness of what these schools tell students.”

The evangelical content of ACE courses taught in Britain and the US have attracted criticism over the past decade. The scientist Professor Richard Dawkins visited a London school which used the curriculum in 2006. He said he was appalled to learn that pupils were taught that Noah’s Ark was real and that Aids victims were sinners.“

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