Apr 17, 2014

Catholic School Principle Says Black Students Showed 'heroic restraint' in not Attacking White Students


Two students at a Catholic school in Long Island were initially expelled for the maximum ten days for bringing a Confederate flag to an after-school sporting event. Now principal Gary Cregan, who is a Catholic monk, has increased the penalty to expulsion. The extremely effeminate principal publicly told the media that the school’s black students showed “heroic restraint” for not attacking the two white . . . Read more

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