American High School Students in Denver Go on Strike Protesting History Textbook Changes
2014 September 25 local time, Bear Creek High School and Pamona Public High School students have collectively went on strike, heading to Denver’s suburbs to protest. They took off their shirts in the streets to protest the new history curriculum. According to reports, the new history curriculum will increase emphasis on patriotism, as well as discourage violent resistance against the government.
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They don’t know how good they have it. Really shout have you come live in China.
They don’t know that in our China, history can be rewritten, can be “appropriately fabricated”, so it is more wonderful.
Truly so bored their balls ache. Oh, and the skies in the photos are so blue.
The national consciousness of Americans: I love my country, but I am wary of the government!
Power by nature is greedy and expanding, and power that is not restricted is precisely the beginning of disaster!
What I learned from textbooks: Without our country [government], there is no us, and the individual must obey the collective [group].
Are you kidding me? Even high school students dare cause trouble?! Express dissatisfaction with the government?! Take a look at our students. If they’re not participating in science and technology competitions, then they’re participating in Olympiads. These… these… these American people are too silly, aren’t they?
Dare to demonstrate in opposition? What you are doing is defying the ZF! Arrest them all! In the future, they are prohibited from being employed, with this incident to be a stain in your lives [record].
Picture 6: First you take away my history, then you take away my rights.
Don’t shoot! I’m talking about America!
If this were in our country, they would’ve been arrested long ago, long before they could raise signs in protest.
This is unacceptable! Chengguan, go!