Graduating high schoolers heard a speech they weren’t expecting to hear when a Muslim school board member told them to remember their “holy war” on the system.

What is happening to America?

There was a time when extremism was frowned upon and stamped out wherever it decided to raise its ugly head.

But now it’s not even spoken poorly about, and, in some cases, is even CELEBRATED!

That’s the paradigm shift that has happened in the United States.

That’s how far we’ve fallen as a country, where things such as rioting and violence were once denounced by ALL, and now has become the norm and is even being ENCOURAGED by some of our elected officials.

It wasn’t too long ago that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told her Twitter followers to “let this moment radicalize you, “and it seems that a lot of them took her words to heart.

However, what good does it do to “radicalize” the Liberal base if they only concentrate on those radicals that are in the prime of their life?

It would be a lot smoother process if they could get people to accept these extreme ideologies earlier in their lives.

This is why we’re now seeing the indoctrination of our school-aged children. Teachers are now imprinting young minds with Liberals politics and a false history, while parents are none the wiser.

What’s Being Taught in Our Schools?

All of this is happening under our noses, as like many evil things, these lessons are taught without the parent even having a clue as to what their children are learning…until it’s too late and the damage has been done.

However, every once in a while, these people slip up and say the quiet part too loudly and wind up showing their hand.

Like what happened recently in Virginia at a high school graduation ceremony.

During a speech at the graduation, school board official, Abrar Omeish, called upon the graduating high school students to remember “jihad” and then hypocritically went on to warn these kids that they’re entering a world of, “racism, extreme versions of individualism and capitalism, [and] white supremacy.”

As bad as that is (it labels some people victims and other oppressors simply for the color of their skin ahem… that’s racism, Ms. Omeish…just saying), it actually gets worse.

Because, as you can see, she also tries to make individualism and capitalism BAD things, even though we live in both an individualistic and capitalist society, which has been a GREAT strength for the United States.

But again…that’s not the worst part.

Remember Your “Jihad”

She spoke two languages while giving her commencement speech, and when she spoke in English, Omeish said, “The world sees the accolade, the diploma, the fruit of all your years yet be reminded of the detail of your struggle.”

Which, is actually a fine sentiment… but when she repeated her speech in Arabic, Omeish told students to remember their “jihad” and not their “struggle.”

What an underhanded way to get an extreme viewpoint across.

I guess it’s true what they say – as this apple doesn’t seem to have fallen too far from the tree, as her father and surgeon, Esam Omeish, was forced to resign from the Virginia Commission on Immigration back in 2007 when video emerged showing him condemning Israel and advocating “the jihad way.”

Can you imagine?

And it seems that his daughter is picking up the fight (and the reputation) as her anti-Semitic tweets forced calls for her to resign as well.

These are the people in control of what our kids are being taught and are the people that are shaping America’s future.

Is this what we want?

I don’t think so.

But if we continue to let this kind of thing happen, it’s simply going to happen more frequently.

Let’s hope the school board does the right thing and removes Omeish from her post.

I wouldn’t hold my breath, but we should hope they do what’s right and get rid of this extremist because our future depends on it.


“What is objectionable, what is dangerous, about extremists is not that they are extreme, but that they are intolerant. The evil is not what they say about their cause, but what they say about their opponents.” – Robert Kennedy