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Anti-American Hate in a Canadian Classroom
by Cynthia Yacowar-Sweeney
It has just come to my attention that the Bush-bashing 2004 documentary film "Fahrenheit 9/11," written and directed by leftist American filmmaker and political commentator Michael Moore, has been added to my daughter's high school curriculum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Surprisingly, no other viewpoints were presented to counterbalance this extremely anti-American, biased film in which Moore airs all of his disapproval of American society. By showing only one side, the school has actually endorsed Moore's film and all it represents.
Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 accuses Bush of orchestrating 9/11, claiming it was an inside job. No blame is placed on al-Qaeda or any other Islamic terrorist group, which suggests that the United States is as morally corrupt as al-Qaeda, the Taliban or any other jihadist terrorist organization. The students of "Current Politics" walked away from this film with a very one-sided biased viewpoint: hating America. And this view is further reinforced by a socialist agenda that is being pushed in class by the same teacher who, like multi-millionaire Moore, is against at the capitalist nature of American society.
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