Florida: Jews Demand That Everyone Believe Exactly as They Are Told
Black High school principal in Jewish-dominated area forced to apologize for simply stating the unremarkable fact that not everyone rigidly believes the Jewish power structure’s “Holocaust” tale exactly as they tell it.
FLORIDA high school principal William Latson, a Black, reportedly told the mother of a Jewish student, “Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened” while discussing the school’s history curriculum. This was enough to send the student’s Jewish mother into a state of rage and caused her to demand even more strict ideological conformity than Jews have already enforced on American schools — literally to the point of forbidding the mere mention of the fact that other viewpoints exist.
According to 2018 emails obtained by The Palm Beach Post, Principal Latson of Spanish River High School in Boca Raton, Fla. said that “Holocaust education” is “to be introduced but not forced upon individuals, as we all have the same right but not all the same beliefs.”
Principal Latson was answering the ultra-demanding Jewish mother’s question about how that portion of WWII history was “prioritized” — the school already holds annual “Holocaust assemblies” and “focused one-day lessons” for 10th graders. “We advertise it to the 10th grade parents as [there] are some who don’t want their children to participate and we have to allow them the ability to decline,” Latson stated in the email.
The Jewish mother, who did not want the newspaper to publish her name (a directive that was, of course, instantly obeyed — racially-conscious White Americans engaging in public controversy are never accorded such privilege), reportedly told Latson, “The Holocaust is a factual, historical event. It is not a right or a belief.”
However, the principal insisted, “Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened and you have your thoughts but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs so they will react differently, my thoughts or beliefs have nothing to do with this because I am a public servant. I have the role to be politically neutral but support all groups in the school…”
He added, “I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in a position to do so as a school district employee.” Mr. Latson says his philosophy remains the same for slavery.
The Jewish mother (and another parent she recruited) met with Latson and administrators, challenging them on supposed lessons that her child claimed “weren’t being taught,” reported The Palm Beach Post. “I came out of there feeling so much worse,” the Jewish mother told the paper. “How do you pick and choose history?” (Of course, no Gentile can do that — not a teacher, not a principal — only Jews can do that.)
The Jewish mother demanded that, in the future, all students read the totally-discredited memoir Night by the late “Holocaust” huckster and millionaire Elie Wiesel, and further demanded that there be mandatory “Holocaust assemblies” for all grade levels, not just 10th grade. The school agreed to make the Wiesel book required reading but delayed its decision on the mandatory assemblies for every grade (what anti-Semitism!).
Principal Latson, under intense fire from the world’s richest and most powerful ethnic group — a group that can make or break reputations because of its control of the media — was forced to abjectly apologize for his acknowledgement that other points of view exist: “I regret that the verbiage that I used when responding to an email message from a parent, one year ago, did not accurately reflect my professional and personal commitment to educating all students about the atrocities of the Holocaust,” Latson told The Palm Beach Post on Friday. “It is critical that, as a society, we hold dear the memory of the victims and hold fast to our commitment to counter anti-Semitism.”
Deputy Schools Superintendent Keith Oswald said that “Holocaust” indoctrination assemblies for all grades (so each student will be so indoctrinated four times) are now slated for the 2019-2020 school year. He says that Latson was not immediately disciplined for his comments (more anti-Semitism!).
Last summer, Principal Latson reportedly took a four-day (!) trip to Washington, D.C. to tour the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for “a poignant lesson and reminder of one of the most horrific events in human history.”
“It was a hastily, poorly written email that he apologized for,” Oswald told The Palm Beach Post. “That’s some of the challenge that we face when we email back and forth instead of picking up the phone.”
Karen Brill, the only Jewish school board member, told The Palm Beach Post, “The Holocaust is a historical fact, and I am appalled that anyone in our district believes that its teaching may be opted out of.”
She added, “It is compulsory to believe what we say. And it is forbidden to believe anything else. That goes for speaking or writing too.” No, actually, she didn’t add that. But she might as well have.
Now Latson has been fired, despite his apology and promises to do exactly what Jews order him to do. Jews organized a pressure campaign and petition drive to force the school board’s hand. They succeeded within a few days, with the firing decision coming this afternoon.
“Mr. Latson made a grave error in judgment in the verbiage he wrote in an email stating, ‘I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in a position to do so as a school district employee.’ In addition to being offensive, the principal’s statement is not supported by either the School District Administration or the School Board,” the district said today.
Latson detailed his efforts to implement the school’s “Holocaust” curriculum, a state mandate since 1994, but wrote that not every family has been amenable to the “lessons.” “I work to expose students to certain things but not all parents want their students exposed so they will not be and I can’t force that issue,” Latson wrote.
Jews launched multiple petition drives that demanded the school board fire Latson, who led Spanish River since 2011.
Jews, always highly organized in a way that Whites are forbidden to be and which Blacks and Mestizos cannot match, condemned what they called the “insensitivity” of Latson’s remarks that views differ on the subject, considering the “large population of Holocaust survivors” and other Jews in Boca Raton and South Florida. More than 10,000 “survivors” are estimated to live in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties, allegedly the second largest concentration in the United States after New York.
A Jewish-led petition on Change.org that sought Latson’s dismissal got more than 6,000 signatures.
What Latson wrote was “appalling, disgusting,” said Robin Rubin, a local Jew, who went so far as suggesting that Latson should be forced to move out of the city: “I think he needs to leave Boca Raton.”
School Board Chairman Frank Barbieri Jr. issued a statement affirming the school district’s “commitment to Holocaust education.” He said school district leaders are “reviewing the incident.” (What incident? Merely acknowledging that some people have a differing view is an “incident”? We would say that Jews demanding immediate termination of anyone who thinks or speaks differently is the real incident here.)
“As Board Chairman, I assure you that this situation is being investigated at the highest levels of the District Administration,” Barbieri wrote.
Several Jewish organizations are planning to “offer” additional “Holocaust education” to Spanish River and its teachers, including the Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services, which “assists 400 Holocaust survivors in the Boca Raton area,” said Danielle Hartman, its chief executive officer.
“We are planning on reaching out to Principal Latson to offer a Holocaust sensitivity training for the faculty and administration and to ensure that the memory of the Holocaust is never forgotten and never minimized,” Hartman said. You can be sure that this offer will be accepted. Failure to accept would constitute another “incident,” we are sure.
Latson was not trying to hide his interactions with the parent, said Sharyn Schneiderman, a member of Spanish River’s School Advisory Council and a former PTSA president. He told the council in May 2018 that some parents were unhappy with the way the school was teaching the Holocaust.
“He’s dealing with a thousand of these parents and he’s trying to be responsive but he’s got all these things he’s juggling,” said Carlos Romero, parent of a recent graduate. “I don’t think his life needs to be eviscerated over this mistake.”
But the district said the issue had created an uproar that leaders sought to quell.
“Based on a series of meetings with the Regional Office, Mr. Latson was counseled about the choices he made in responding to a parent in email messages. Additionally, he was instructed to further expand the Holocaust curriculum at Spanish River. He also spent several days at the United States Holocaust Museum to increase his personal knowledge. Despite these efforts, his leadership has become a major distraction for the school community. It is, therefore, in the best interest of students and the larger school community to reassign Mr. Latson to a District position.”
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Source: Lee V. McKelvey, Florida Sun-Sentinel, and Yahoo Lifestyle