Trustee Kevin Beiser addressed the issue early in the meeting by saying there had been some misunderstandings about it, which he described as one step in protecting all children from bullying. “We will not allow Muslim students in San Diego schools to be spit on,” Beiser said before being shouted down by people in the audience. “All students should be safe,” one person said. “What about the Jews?” another said. After Barrera told people to be orderly, Beiser continued to say that no student should be bullied. “We have made sure that, through the superintendent’s recommendation, we’re going to try to do a better job so when we teach in history class about Buddhism, Judaism and Christianity, we’re also going to teach about Islam,” he said.The meeting had many issues on the agenda – so it took five hours to get to the audience. That’s where Wyrick made his stand:
Posted On 07 May 2017
San Diego Father Takes A Stand Against Islamic Indoctrination In His Kids’ School
Parents in San Diego are pushing back against what they say is an attempt to indoctrinate their students into Islam right under their noses. At a school board meeting last week, several parents spoke out at what district officials claim is an “anti-bullying” program designed to protect Muslim students. But many citizens don’t see that way. Father Christopher Wyrick stood up before the school board and – speaking as fast as he could – tried to get all he wanted to say out in the one-minute time allotment. “I’m a resident of San Diego. I’m a taxpayer, a father and a husband and a VERY proud American,” he began “Over the years I’ve had many titles, one of them I will not accept is Infidel.”“There’s been an argument over the years to keep religious beliefs out of school especially any that happen to be associated with Judaism or Christianity, so at what point did you decide that it was okay to teach my children about Islam?” The board has contracted with the Council on American-Islamic Relations to develop an “anti-bullying” curriculum, The San Diego Union Tribune reports.
“You’ve allowed CAIR to come into our public schools and they begin to implement pro-Islam curriculum. What’s next? Teaching them about the Five Pillars or the conversion prayer? Wyrick quickly went over his allotted time and when the one-minute timer went off, Wyrik said “You’re gonna have to drag me out of here.” Most in the audience were cheering. Finally, as security approached, Wyrick ended his speech by walking off, calling the board members hypocrites. At least one audience member called him a bigot. The “anti-bullying” initiative was on last month’s agenda and because it was not on the agenda this month, they didn’t take any action.