Call it being exposed to the Ludovico technique, as administered by the good Dr. Brodsky, in Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange.
|Whites guys and a noose: automatically, it's a sign of racial hate. No questions asked|
Whatever you do, remember it's all about freedom and tolerance: it's about putting historical blame for the continued failure/dysfunction of blacks on all living white people. [Phillipsburg sensitivity program leaves some students in tears, mom says, NJ.com, 3-28-2014]:
The first of a series of programs intended to bolster Phillipsburg High School students' awareness of bias sent at least one girl home in tears this week, a parent reports.
Following the circulation of a photo depicting what some have called a racially charged scene involving eight Phillipsburg High School students in February, the Phillipsburg School District decided to hold assemblies featuring a bias investigator, sports psychology program and the services of a diversity institute.
The first program, a diversity presentation given by Detective D’Amico from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, was held on Wednesday, March 26.
Kim Williams, mother of sophomore Kenya Allah, who is black, said her daughter came home in tears, distressed at what she had seen.
According to Williams, Kenya did not like the violent imagery shown during the assembly and told her mother that students cried and attempted to walk out of the program.
One film shown was "Jasper, Texas," which depicts the true story of James Byrd Jr., who was dragged to his death from a pickup truck by three white supremacists.
Williams said her daughter saw an image of the man's head being torn off in the video and that students were told they could not leave the program, but could put their heads down if they felt uncomfortable.
She also said that any student who left was disciplined with suspension, but the administration could not confirm that information.
"This is just really bad timing," she said. "We've been trying to heal."
Explaining that the photo made her daughter uncomfortable about her classmates, Williams said she has been trying to quell her daughter's fears.
"I talked to Kenya to go to school with an open mind. I said, 'What they did was a silly thing,' and tried to tell her that we're much better off today, but I am truly lost right now. I was telling her we're past all that, but the film goes against that," she said.
According to Williams her daughter said that some other black students responded by openly saying they hate white people.
"Who knows the impact or backlash of that? It's scary. When a student makes a comment like that, there is something in that film to make them think that way," she said.
Stating that the program was recommended to the district by the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office, Superintendent George M. Chando said, "We regret if a student was upset with any segment of the program that was delivered as Detective D’Amico continually stressed to students they are leaders, heroes, and role models and everyone should be treated with respect."
Chando described the program as involving several short video clips to provide "a historical presentation of prejudice, bullying, stereotyping behavior, and acts committed against human beings over time," adding that the clips were brief and used to show direct outcomes of "hateful behavior."
"Detective D’Amico spoke on the topics of prejudice, diversity, the need to respect each other and what it is like to walk in another person’s shoes. He also stressed the need for students to step up and intervene when they encounter or witness an act of harassment or bullying," Chando said.
Williams said that in a conversation with Principal Greg Troxell, her concerns were not adequately dealt with.
"I wanted to have some kind of consent form for them to watch these things, but we never got one and he said that there wasn't enough time to get parents involved, like it was some scheduling thing," Williams said.
Chando and Troxell were not immediately available to comment on the alleged phone conversation, but Williams hopes that she and other concerned parents will have the opportunity to get involved in future programs.
"Whatever message he was trying to send, they didn't get it," she said of the program.
Upcoming events, including a sports psychologist and a program from the Ceceilyn Miller Institute for Leadership and Diversity in America, are still in the planning stages, Chando said.
On Thursday Scott M. Wilhelm, attorney for the students disciplined in connection with the photo, was not immediately aware of the program given at the high school on Wednesday, but previously told The Express-Times that the school administration was "throwing the kids under the bus" by hosting these programs.No, it's not "Room 101."
|What's in your Room 101? I'd say either Detroit or Newark...|
It's not the "Ludovico technique."
It's just behavioral modification administered in Black-Run America (BRA), where whites must be educated to understand all black failure is based upon past (however slight) injustices by some dead white against a black person --- or any non-white.
Let's roll the latest Blackjack Pershing, with another Dispatch from Occupied Newark.
|The mere thought of believing black people are responsible for their actions (thereby, being responsible for the demise of Detroit and Newark) will cause you immediate nausea and to be immobilized by debilitating white guilt...|
"Who knows the impact or backlash of that? It's scary. When a student makes a comment like that, there is something in that film (Jasper, Texas) to make them think that way,"~Kim Williams, the mother of Phillipsburg high school student Kenya Allah Williams, upon hearing of open expressions of white hatred by Kenya’s fellow black classmates
“We’ve received emails from teachers at the school that there have been numerous acts of violence and that they’re occurring on a regular basis,”~Gene Harvell, second vice president of the Paterson Education Association