The “us against them” attitude that exists towards teachers, policemen, and other authority figures allows for students of all different kinds to become bound in comradeship against the ever present evil of education.
I have a friend who says the “N”:
A Whiteboy who’s crazy as sin.
Is it useful to point out that a phrase “taming the wild country” is a slap in the face for those who were “tamed”?
I heard the words “Saddam Hussein” and “Al-Qaeda” and “Osama bin Laden.” Then the guy made some comment about Africa. Great, I thought, a geography-challenged bigot.
A book review on the subject of internal conflict in the state of Israel
A violent message to Muslims from “peace loving” and “civilized” Nations