LA Classroom Decorated With ‘F–k the Police,’ ‘F–k Amerikkka’ and Palestinian Flags
From the WTF Department:
A classroom at a Los Angeles public high school was decorated with hateful posters reading “F–k the Police” and “F–k Amerikkka” — as well as a Black Lives Matter flag, photos show.
The vicious, anti-American posters, shared on social media, adorned a history classroom at Alexander Hamilton High School.
One picture shows a poster declaring “F–k Amerikkka, This is Native Land” and another taking aim at law enforcement officials.
“Policing is a violent, anti-black settler institution that originated as slave patrols,” the poster reads.
“Their primary mandate is to protect property and to militarily enforce white supremacist capitalism. They are doing their jobs as they are trained and paid to do. You can’t fix what isn’t broken. That’s why we fight for police and prison abolition. F–k the Police.”
Another image shows a classroom blackboard covered with the Palestinian flag, as well as pride and transgender banners alongside another supporting Black Lives Matter. A US flag, meanwhile, appeared to be draped over a piece of furniture in a corner.
In a statement to The Post on Friday, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Unified School District — the nation’s second-largest public system, serving nearly 630,000 students — said the posters “have since been brought down” after being up for at least the bulk of this week.
Most students in Los Angeles returned to classes on Aug. 16.
The district did not comment on who hung the posters or if any action was taken against the person.
It did also not provide any further information or context explaining why the signs were on display in the classroom.
With this kind of indoctrination to cause the young to hate their own country and institutions (and it doesn’t get any better during the college years), the future does not look too bright for the US.
Another thing to note: these anti-US sentiments usually always accompany anti-Israel sentiments, as evidenced by the “Palestinian” flag. In case you are finding it difficult to work out which side of history to stand on.