Thursday, September 17, 2015

9.17.15 Bee-otch of the Day: MacArthur High School

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Name: MacArthur High School
Age: 52
Occupation: high school
Last Seen: Irving, TX
Bee-otched For: getting the wrong impression

Yesterday, the world got to know a young 14-year-old boy named Ahmed Mohamed.

Ahmed is a young freshman who loves to design and invent stuff. He could be the next Steve Jobs or even Bill Gates.

Of course, many of you already know the story: Ahmed builds a clock and wanted to show off his teachers. One of them freaks out, calls 911 and the police come over to arrest him for allegedly designing a bomb instead. However, it was discovered that the clock was simply a clock and he was freed. Apparently, the school overreacts simply because he's a Muslim. After the incident, he receives major praise from the likes of Mark Zuckerburg and even President Obama, who personally invites him to the White House.

So, why did Mr. Mohamed get arrested? Simple: he's a Muslim, like the attackers on 9/11. He was simply judged because he was the same race as those who created the horrific incident that killed nearly 3,000 people 14 years ago.

You know, most Muslims are nice, peaceful people. Osama bin Laden made his people look like sick madmen. Same goes with Christians; I think most of them are decent people although people like Pat Robertson, Kim Davis, the family on Duck Dynasty, virtually everybody with a show on TBN and the Westboro folks give Christianity a bad name. However, since many Christians are also white, they get to be judged less in society than those who are darker skinned, like Ahmed.

As for Ahmed, he will not be returning to MacArthur High School. I don't blame him.

Then again, this is Texas, after all.

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