The Orlando Weekly’s Xander Peters frames the story this way: “Orange County middle school teacher has an incredibly racist Twitter account.” According to Peters, this teacher “retweeted an anti-Muslim post by Identify [sic] Evropa, a white supremacist group that aims to create a white ethnostate.”
Neither the Orlando Weekly nor the Orlando Sentinel show you a photo of the teacher in question, but I will. Click here for a photo of Sundai Brown, accused racist and white supremacist.
What race is she supposedly attacking? Jihad terror and Islamization. Islam, as any sane person knows, is not a race, and Muslims are not of a single race, but of all races. But the Orlando Weekly and Orlando Sentinel are out to destroy Sundai Brown’s career and livelihood, for the crime of opposing jihad terror and Islamization. She has reportedly tweeted that “imans [sic] worldwide instruct muslims to invade western countries, outbreed them, overthrow governments, kill infidels and implement sharia law.” Are there imams and other Muslim leaders who have preached such things? Yes. Examples are not hard to find. She has also retweeted posts from Identity Evropa, which both the Weekly and the Sentinel call “Identify Evropa,” and which they claim is white supremacist because the hard-Left ADL says so. Is the ADL a reliable guide to such matters? That’s highly questionable, but not to the Weekly or the Sentinel. In any case, even if Identity Evropa is white supremacist, to argue that Sundai Brown is also white supremacist for retweeting something they said, or tainted by or responsible for all their views because she retweeted them, is ridiculous by any rational measure.
This witch hunt against Sundai Brown is just one of many nowadays. People who express the slightest opposition to jihad terror, or any hesitation about the project of inundating Western countries with Muslim migrants, and not just tarred as racist, bigoted, Islamophobes — that defamation has been going on for well over a decade — but now are targeted professionally. The Leftist/Islamic alliance, through its tools in the establishment media, wants to drive all those who do not echo the hard-Left agenda out of the public sphere altogether. They’re applying Hillary Clinton’s call to use “peer pressuring and shaming” against those who get out of line, and endeavoring quite simply to destroy all dissent and all dissenters.
I’ve been subjected to this for years. The cowardly establishment Right has long been intimidated into avoiding me and all others who speak about how jihadis use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence. And a few years ago, the thuggish hatemonger Nathan Lean of Georgetown University led a campaign to get me canceled from a speaking engagement in California that had nothing whatsoever to do with Islam or jihad; he wants me and others who speak the truth about the jihad threat to be shunned and ostracized everywhere. This extends even to basic efforts to make a living. The Washington Post a couple of years ago got Terry Jones, the famous Qur’an-burning pastor, fired from driving for Uber. It’s clear that if I quit this work today and got a job selling real estate or driving a truck, the likes of Lean and the WaPo, and/or other Leftist totalitarians, would publicize it and get me fired.
But that’s just me. After all these years, I am used to this, and expect it. Sundai Brown, however, is a different story. She is not a professional activist or writer. She is a schoolteacher. A private citizen. She and others like her do not deserve this public shaming and persecution simply for opposing what everyone should oppose, jihad mass murder and Sharia oppression. If Bridgewater Middle School or Valencia College fire her, there should be protests. Every lover of freedom in the Orlando area should, if Brown is fired, picket the Bridgewater Middle School and/or Valencia College, asking why they’re carrying water for murderers and oppressors.
It is high time we push back against this incipient totalitarianism, and put an end to this “peer pressure and shaming” and destruction of people’s lives and careers because they said something that the Leftist establishment doesn’t like. If we don’t, it’s clear: this totalitarian straitjacket will be applied to us ever more tightly, until it won’t be possible for anyone to be employed anywhere unless they say and think what Big Brother demands that they say and think.
Say no to this now. Say yes to free thought. Stand with Sundai Brown.
“Orange teacher’s anti-Muslim Twitter posts concern parents,” by Leslie Postal, Orlando Sentinel, March 8, 2018:
An Orange County middle school teacher’s Twitter posts criticizing Muslims and seeming to endorse white supremacy groups have upset some parents at the school, who learned about the social media writings this week.
The posts by Sundai Brown, 51, a teacher at Bridgewater Middle School, include one that reads, “Imans [sic] worldwide instruct muslims to invade western countries, outbreed them, overthrow governments, kill infidels and implement sharia law,” according to screen shots of her post shared on Twitter and Facebook.
In another, she retweeted a post that read, “If you think Hurricane Irma is bad, wait till you get a load of Hurricane Allah.”
She also retweeted an anti-Muslim post by a far-right Dutch politician and a post by Identify [sic] Evropa, which calls itself a group “for people of European heritage.” The Anti-Defamation League, however, calls it a white supremacist group that pushes the idea America is not meant to be a multiracial society.
Inquiries from the news media prompted Bridgewater’s principal, Andrew Jackson, to send a brief telephone message to parents Tuesday night. He told them the posts were from 2017 and added, “We addressed these concerns with the teacher at the time.”
Jackson’s message went on to say, “The school district does not condone or interfere in social media posts of employees unless there is a violation of the professional code of ethics.”
School district spokesman Kathy Marsh said Brown remained employed with the district and that she could not say whether the posts prompted a district investigation.
Brown, listed as a social studies teacher, has taught for the Orange school district since 2010. According to her Linked In profile, she is also an adjunct professor at Valencia College.
She could not be reached for comment.
Parent Ethan Allen, who has a son at Bridgewater, said initially he had no idea what principal’s call was about when he heard it Tuesday night. But after he and others began asking questions on Facebook, a man from the Tampa Bay area posted screen shots of Brown’s posts.
On Tuesday, that man, Daniel Quinn, tagged the Orange County school district in tweets about Brown, asking why someone who “regularly posts anti-Muslim hate speech” was a public school teacher. “What action are you taking?” he wrote.
Quinn said he heard about Brown’s posts from a friend, who has a child at Bridgewater, and as a retired school social worker was “outraged” that a public school teacher would publicly share “such hateful and bigoted views.” Brown, he added, shut down her Twitter account Tuesday, after he started sharing what she had posted….