28 June 2012

You can almost smell the rehabilitation

I dunno about Social Studies, but I betcha he just blazes through his Electrical & Metal Shop classes...
boom boom room

"By the end of the second visit, he was mastering the techniques of essay writing (on the Hunger Games novels) and learning to analyze the poetry of John Donne."
And what's a typical, well-rounded Canadian student without the maple-syrupy equivalent of "The Waltons"...
"To provide some breaks from serious studying, Zinck also sent down episodes of CBC television comedy Little Mosque on the Prairie for Khadr to watch."
Yessirree... a little poetry and a dose of CBC's finest social engineering... I'm sure this'll be a seamless transition.


UPDATE: Teacher's (heavy) Pet(ting)
"Your letters are like candles very bright in my hardship and darkness," Khadr wrote to Arlette Zinck, an English professor and dean of arts at the Edmonton school, from his cell in January 2009.
I guess it was a dark & stormy night.


RELATED: In other R.O.P news...

Testing the validity of the MSM's "peaceful, westernised muslim" meme.


Anonymous said...

What a great "fuzzy bunny" story.
The Liberals and dippers wishing and praying that this child soldier would see the light must be estatic.
The Liberals are looking for a new Leader.
Me? I was hoping the light be firmly attached to a seal team members ordinance.
But that is just me, I can quote a man from Scotland 250 years ago.
Adam Smith
"mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent"
It's a mad, mad world Neo.

Frances said...

Shouldn't our boy be reading some male Canadian authors - such as ?????

Anonymous said...

If he didn't want to blow us up before he sure will after being tortured by Little Steaming Pile On The Prairie.

Anonymous said...

It's hard to believe this, but unfortunately it has a certain ring of Canadian truth to it.
Who MAKES tent,which these decisions? What department with what qualifications? it's actually bizarre.

Neo Conservative said...

"anon asks... Who MAKES tent,which these decisions?"

uh, translation please?