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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

U.S. Department of Education Pushing Arabic On Public Schools

(CBSDFW.COM) – A Mansfield ISD program to teach Arabic language and culture in schools is on hold for now, and may not happen at all.

The school district wanted students at selected schools to take Arabic language and culture classes as part of a federally funded grant.

The Foreign Language Assistance Program (FLAP) grant was awarded to Mansfield ISD last summer by the U.S. Department of Education...

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THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: And so the United States now follows the path of Europe, down the spiral of multiculturalism and social suicide.

Listen, I have no problem with kids learning Arabic language and culture as an ELECTIVE, but not as a MANDATORY foreign language requirement. There simply aren't enough Arabic-speaking people on this continent to justify it - so far.  Thankfully, the program in Texas was stopped (for now) due to parental outrage, but don't expect it to end there. The program will likely pop up in other areas as well, as it's being pushed by the U.S. Department of Education.


Well, the United States has already seen a huge influx of Arab Muslim immigrants, and they're settling everywhere throughout the country, not only in urban areas but in rural areas too. Right now they're still a tiny minority, but they will grow. Demographic studies indicate that Muslim families reproduce almost twice as fast as faithful Catholic families (that avoid artificial birth control), and nearly four times as fast as the average Protestant family. Worse yet, on average, Muslim families reproduce nearly four to eight times faster than the average nonreligious Secular family. Are you starting to get the picture?

What has kept the American population from dropping below the "sustainable" level of 2.11 children per family is the large influx of Mexican migrants (both legal and illegal) into the United States. This has been our only saving grace demographically. It is the one and only reason why the United States has not had to import hundreds of thousands of Muslims, like Europe did, to maintain it's economy and social programs. So with such a large influx of Mexican migrants, one would think the U.S. Dept. of Education would be interested in promoting Spanish not Arabic. That is UNLESS there is something we don't know about. What if the United States is planning to soon follow the lead of Europe and Canada by importing thousands upon thousands of Arabic Muslim immigrants into the United States? What if the government plans to make Arabic a "language of the future" and is simply trying to prepare U.S. school children in advance?