I’m purposely bringing to light an issue which occurred earlier this week when an Islamic kid brought what appeared to be a bomb to school, but it later turned out to be a digital clock. First, let me examine two other scenarios that seem to me highly relevant here.
- A Kindergartner at public school chews his Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich into the shape of a gun and then points it at someone and yells “Bang!” The kid will be immediately suspended and the parents called in, and probably months of intensive therapy for the poor abused “Victims” – right?
- A kid in Middle School brings a Bible to school one day to read a story to the class. The teacher goes absolutely ape doo-doo ballistic and the kid winds up suspended with a lawsuit against his parents for “Indoctrination” and “Hate crimes”.
Seems a bit far-fetched, but both scenarios have actually happened in our country in the past few years.
So, here’s a typical High School “Digital Clock” project:
Next we have a more complex digital clock, similar to ones I built in college. It’s a much more advanced design, being that it’s a scratch built clock, relying on chips for programming and signals and such.
Now, here’s what the kid put together – in a brief case for goodness sake!
Wires going everywhere, a large block of material in the upper part of the case that is what? I don’t know, do you? Now, here are two actual bombs in brief cases, can you tell the difference between these and what the kid had – in 5 seconds or less?
That’s about all the time you have to examine the thing and determine what it is (if it really was a bomb). Not much difference really is there? That’s why I agree with the article on Breitbart.com that says this kid, his father likely, was “Testing” the system, and the whole thing was a setup. The kid was passive, quiet when questioned. Obviously his daddy built the thing and told him to take it to school. A 14 year old kid being used by a radical Islamist. Oh yes, go read the article and find out more about this kid’s father.