Angry, Insane Woman Whines School is Indoctrinating Children Into ‘Muslim’ With Vocab Exercise (VIDEO)

It happened again. A public school mentioned a religion that doesn’t involve hanging memorabilia from a brutal execution on the wall. Naturally, since Farmville Central High School in North Carolina made mention of Islam rather than Christianity, conservatives are outraged.

Fox News’ Todd Starnes, of course, was quickly on the case of the high school vocabulary lesson that “promotes” Islam by educating students about it — and, of course, Common Core is to blame for this horrific “promotion” of Islam.

“It really caught me off guard,” one student told Starnes. “If we are not allowed to talk about any other religions in school – how is this appropriate?”

Of course, schools will often mention numerous religions in the context of a particular class, like Jenison Public School in Jenison, Michigan, which came under fire for teaching the basics of Islam in a world history class as part of a comprehensive overview of major world religions.

“I was reading it and it caught me off guard,” the student told Starnes. “I just looked at it and knew something was not right – so I emailed the pages to my mom.”

These horrific, Islam-promoting worksheets must be horrible if there is so much outrage. Let’s take a look:


While these may, to most, appear to be simple vocabulary worksheets that happen to incorporate one of the major world religions, to conservatives they are a socialist Common Core-fueled attempt to train children to embrace Islam.

“What if right after Pearl Harbor our educational system was talking about how great the Japanese emperor was?” a parent asked Starnes. “What if during the Cold War our educational system was telling students how wonderful Russia was?” She says that she told her daughter to “read it as fiction,” which seems to be the intent to begin with.

In a statement, a school official explained that the lesson, like the world history class in Jennings, was just one of many that would introduce students to various religions:

Our school system understands all concerns related to proselytizing, and there is no place for it in our instruction. However, this particular lesson was one of many the students in this class have had and will have that expose them to the various religions and how they shape cultures throughout the world.

After Starnes whined that the school district had nothing better to do than provide him proof other religions were studied, the district later contacted him with some examples:

The class recently finished reading Night by Elie Wiesel. As part of the study of this book, students were exposed to Judaism. I’m told that one of the next couple of lessons that will be taught in this class includes an examination of Psalm 23 as part of the lesson. Additionally, the workbook in question has another vocabulary lesson with words used in a passage about India’s three great beliefs (Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism). Keep in mind that this workbook is just one of numerous resources used in the course. Students are exposed to various cultures, values, and beliefs through the reading of multiple types of literature, but teachers certainly aren’t advocating for any of them.

Unfortunately, facts don’t matter to Starnes, who expressed displeasure with the response…or this woman, who is encouraging parents to waste the school’s time with frivolous complaints:


Dianne Lynn Savage is a friend of a Farmville High student’s parent, and she is furious. “Can you see my rage?” Savage asked those watching her 15-minute rant. “This is not made up, this isn’t paranoia, this isn’t Islamophobia — this is just fact.”

“You all understand what they’re doing?” she continued. “Bringing in this type of worksheet and this particular lesson, it’s very subliminal. And the fact that you’re using words like, ‘exciting’ and ‘imaginary,’ and that you’re trying to look like it’s a wonderful thing. They’re infiltrating our children’s minds!”

“When was the last time you saw your son or daughter, or grandson or granddaughter, come home from public school with a lesson built around God or Jesus Christ?” she asked. “I thought this wasn’t allowed. I thought they didn’t allow religion in public schools.”

Savage allowed her bigotry to fly free, claiming that “Muslim isn’t a religion.” However, “everybody else wants to classify it as a religion, so why is it being allowed in the schools?” she asked.

“They are indoctrinating our children again! They are continuing to indoctrinate them! Only now they’re taking it to a whole new level, my friends,” she raged.

Savage’s moronic rant has been shared more than 45,000 times by people who don’t appreciate accurate education about a much-maligned religion.

For some reason, this is unsurprising.