School Bans Easter Tradition After Migrants Complain
The next attack on our culture by migrants aided by left-wing radicals occurred in a first-grade classroom. In an AHS in Upper Austria, a teacher wanted to decorate the class with palm branches. A trip to the Easter market was also planned. A student’s father complained. With success: The school director then reprimanded his teacher for her “Christian fundamentalism.”
Niki Glattauer was a teacher and school principal. In the newspaper “Heute,” he reports on an email that was sent to him from Upper Austria. “Are Palmkatzerln fundamentalist and an Easter market for schoolchildren completely unreasonable,” asked the teacher.
Disturbed by Christian Customs
Shortly after the first palm branches adorned the classroom, the father of a student whose parents are from Bosnia got in touch with the teacher. Glattauer quotes from the message in the school app: “Our child is very disturbed by the transformation of his classroom into a church. Even an Easter market is completely unreasonable for M. We will therefore leave our child at home for the time being.”
Principal Attacks ‘Insensitive’ Teacher
When the teacher turned to her principal for support, he stabbed her in the back. Instead of the principal supporting the teacher, he attested that she had “acted insensitively” and asked her to remove the palm branches immediately. The principal believes that for “Christian fundamentalism,” there is Holy Week.
Meanwhile, Austria’s controversial Turkish-controlled migrant party SÖZ (Social Austria of the Future) has been demanding that the streets in the heavily Islamized district of Favoriten should be “appropriately decorated” for the Muslim holiday. Furthermore, they would like to use the Viennese tax money to ensure that the streets are decorated according to their faith on their holidays.