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John Kerry: Victory over ISIS will be fought in the classroom

. . . or how I learned to love a misquote and embrace the bomb

(SNN) – Much confusion ensued when the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry threw down the gauntlet this week against global jihadist terrorism when he stated, “The outcome [of this fight] is going to be determined in classrooms, work places, houses of worship, community centers, and urban street corners.”

“As hard it is to be believed, Kerry is suggesting violence in schools and job sites, including domestics violence in homes,” came the response from an American Civil Liberties Union spokesperson, Levyy Gayka-Kryla.  She added, “Its about time they [the government] condoned subterfuge in the classroom.”

Possibly taken out of context, Kerry may actually be calling for the schools to be used to teach children to get along, and not to actually fight each other. He added, “... in the perceptions and the thoughts of individuals, and the ways in which those perceptions are created.” Gayka-Kryla responded by stating that the ACLU have been doing this same thing for decades, and they believe that their efforts have already made an impact.

In response to Gayka-Kryla, Kerry concluded, “Now, inevitably there will be, yes, a military component to the strategy,” showing that he definitely believes in some form of military affirmative action.

The speech was received with great confusion. Democrats stopped sending their children to schools, and Republicans were out on the gun-range teaching handgun safety and target practice with theirs.

As for the “houses of worship, community centers, and urban street corners” as Kerry puts it, it appears that the streets of America have already been practicing his agenda.

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