Rocky Mountain High

This is considered the best high school in Fort Collins

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Rocky Mountain High School: Outrage as high school recites Pledge in Arabic saying ‘One Nation Under Allah’ | Mail Online

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7 Responses to Rocky Mountain High

  1. David, UK says:

    Oh come on. Who cares. These kids don’t have a fucking clue what they’re saying; they’d recite “One nation under Mussolini” if you told them to. And saying a few words doesn’t mean jack if you don’t mean them. And unless you’re a Muslim you ain’t gonna mean them.

  2. Andy DC says:

    “One Nation Going Under” would be an accurate and politically correct pledge.

  3. The ol' Sea Dog. says:

    The meaning of “Allah” is “The God”. “Allah is the Lord of Sirius, the Brightest Star in the Heavens”. S.53.v.49. ( i.e. A being living on a planet going round Sirius )

    So there’s a lesson for Rocky Mountain High School students.

    • As in “you have offended Allah by naming your teddy bear incorrectly. We are going to riot and kill many people.”

    • “Allah”, as only my epochal research, into the objective origin of all the “ancient mysteries” (including pagan bloody religious obsessions) revealed, has a much longer pedigree than “The God” (which is basically a trivial, modern understanding). I go into the ancient root meaning(s) in my book, “The End of the Mystery”, and will just say here, very shortly, that its main association was with war (as in the Greek god, Ares–the Greeks’ ancient war cry was in fact “ele-leu!”, pronounced “eh-leh-lyoo”). I give numerous examples in my book that all indicate that basic meaning, associated with that name for “The Highest” (which was the other main primary meaning, of “al”–also “El”–as an epithet/title of the “Highest” of all the known gods, particularly in the age that understood God as “a jealous, wrathful god”, more than the benevolent all-father he became, increasingly and in the leading religions, in the 2nd and 1st millennia BC, culminating in Christ and Christianity, with a Highest understood as one who “so loved the world…”, although that understanding also goes back many millennia earlier, in the “wisdom” traditions that were closely held secret to most men). Islam has been wrong-headed from the start.

  4. Olaf Koenders says:

    Heh. Whoops..

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