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I will contact anyone who indicates a willingness to help me to discuss what your assistance would involve. I can be reached through school at for anyone having further questions. I look forward to another year as the School Nurse for St. You can reach me through the school office at Throughout the year, I will be sending out various communications with information or requests that may be of interest to you.

Today I have five items that I would like to address:. This year we will have all emergency medical forms completed electronically.

If you have not already completed this information, please complete by August 19th. We will print these forms out so they are available and on file for emergencies, field trips, etc. Joseph School follows diocesan guidelines and Ohio School Law regarding medication administration.

Medication will only be given to students by school personnel when written permission is obtained from the physician and the parent. A medication administration form can be obtained from the school clinic or St. Students may not carry medication during the school day. All medication must be given to the school nurse. If, however, it is medically necessary for a student to store a medication in the classroom, then a special form must be completed by the parent and physician.

If the medication needs to be given at school, the pharmacy needs to divide the amount into separately labeled bottles for school and home. Medications are forgotten when they are brought back and forth daily, meaning an important dosage is missed at home.

Medication guidelines noted above apply to prescription as well as over-the-counter medications. If you feel your child may need Tylenol or other over-the-counter medications during the school year, you should have a medication form completed by your family physician and supply a container of medication to the clinic. Risks of choking on these products while in a classroom setting is increased.

Sunscreen use guidelines are available on the St. Joseph School website and require a separate consent form. Nicholas Choir is a dynamic opportunity for our young people to experience what it means to minister to. Open to all boys and girls in the 4th—8th grades by audition only. Members must also belong to the St. This is an auditioned choir that provides even further opportunity for our young people to sing more challenging music and to enjoy a more in-depth choir experience.

Auditions will held in the church on Wednesday, September 7th, and Wednesday, September 14th , from 4: All students who are selected to participate in the Cantor Ministry are expected to attend the recess cantor rehearsals as scheduled for any assigned Mass and to arrive at school on the day of any assigned Mass in time to be in Church to prepare for Mass at 7: In Cub Scouting, 1st through 5th grade boys work in partnership with family, church and community organizations to develop character building skills that will serve them now and throughout their lives.

Pack 87 Cubs go camping with St. Cubs meet regularly throughout the year to work on scouting and family skills, fun activities, as well as advancement from Tiger to the Arrow of Light. The current Cub Master is Matt Harrison who can be reached at or pack87cubmaster gmail. East Campus Meeting Rooms — registration is required, please contact the Parish Center at or jdenyer stjoesylvania.

JoAnn Cellura or jacellura gmail. Elizabeth DeLapp or 7dlaps bex. Tom Martis or ltmartis earthlink. Ed Ruszkiewicz or ruszkiewiczm hotmail. Terry Schuessler or tschuessler bex. Uniform sale proceeds and unsold items are available for pick up in the elementary office. Thank you to Mrs. Cristina Goodyear and all her volunteers for providing such a valuable resource for our families. Thank you for all you have done to make this a successful school year.

Your generous spirit and commitment to education have helped us create a school of excellence. We see your support in so many places. Your volunteer hours number in the thousands. This year we have continued to focus faith formation for all students on the Beatitudes.

In addition to the grade level curriculum that exists for all classes in Religion, teachers, working together, have helped students understand the meaning and application of the Beatitudes, years after Jesus spoke them as the Sermon on the Mount. For the poor in spirit teachers spoke of sacrifice, generosity, and kindness. For those who mourn, they modeled trust, prayer, and faith. For the meek, they spoke of humility and for those who seek righteousness, they taught about knowledge and holiness.

When teachers explained Blessed are the Merciful and the Pure of Heart, they taught of forgiveness, prayer, and love. The last two beatitudes bless the peacemaker and the persecuted. With those, just as Jesus did, we teach of love, sacrifice, selflessness, and hope. In the — school year, our focus will narrow to a deeper understanding of the first Beatitude … Blessed are the Poor in Spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

Sacrifice, generosity, and kindness is the message of this Beatitude. Changes in Faculty and Staff. It is always with regret that we say goodbye to faculty and staff members as they retire or move on to other pursuits. Joseph School this year are the following staff members who are retiring:. Georganne McHugh and her family are moving to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Therese Siebeneck is relocating to southern Ohio to be nearer her parents.

We wish them the very best and truly thank them for their dedicated service to the children of St. Student Council leaders were selected recently for the — school year.

We thank all those who offered their talents and look forward to working with these new leaders next year. Congratulations and our very best wishes to our graduating eighth grade students. Liturgy and awarding of diplomas will take place at 7: As eighth grade students leave St.

Joseph to go on to high school, kindergarten students will celebrate the completion of their first year with us on Friday, June 3, at 9: The — school year begins on Wednesday, August 17, Faculty and staff orientation and meeting dates are August 15 and Back-to-School information will be sent to each family in early August and will be posted on-line. The extended calendar for the — school year will be posted in a few days. We are anticipating the arrival of a Diabetic Alert Dog at St.

Joseph School for the — school year. His name is Maximus and he will assist one of our incoming fourth grade students to manage her Type 1 Diabetes. Addysen Tabb was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of four. She wears an insulin pump 24 hours a day and sticks her finger eight to fifteen times a day to check her blood sugars. A DAD can smell the changes in blood sugars and are trained to alert if Addysen has low or high blood sugar levels. The school children will be instructed to refrain from looking, touching, or talking to him because these actions could distract her DAD from doing his job.

We welcome Maximus to St. Joseph School and his important role in assisting one of our students. There will be an assembly on the first day of school to introduce students to Maximus, his role in caring for Addysen, and their own responsibilities. The school office is open all summer, though hours are adjusted. If you need to contact us after office hours, please leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible.

For the school year, we will be implementing SchoolSpeak. SchoolSpeak will allow you to view Thursday envelope information, teacher messages, homework, it will allow you to order and pay for lunch, and eventually view student progress. As the summer moves along and we move into the month of August, you will receive an announcement from SchoolSpeak to check your email for log in credentials.

SchoolSpeak will take the place of Thursday envelope emails and Moodle. Our back to school parent letter and important class information will be included via this system.

Please watch your email in early August for your log in credentials to our new student and school information system. Until August, any updates or news items will be available through our Thursday envelope items on our website and email alert. Unless children read and practice math in the summer months, they can lose skills learned during the school year. Like playing a sport or musical instrument, math and reading skills can be enhanced by practice.

Research shows that reading over the summer helps keep children on track with reading. Be sure the books are just right, however. Not too hard and not too easy. Kids who read, succeed! In addition, practicing math during the summer will help keep your student on track for the fall. The teachers of St. Joseph School have come up with some ideas to help your child stay engaged and excited about summer reading and math practice. Here are some suggestions:. Joseph Summer Reading Club.

If submitted by August 26, , your child will receive a pass for a jeans day of their choice during the first quarter! The Summer Reading Club form is on the back of this sheet and on-line for your convenience. Prodigy has been used in some classrooms this year with great success. Students love it, as it provides math practice in a video-game format. If your child does not already have a sign-on for Prodigy, you can go to https: It could be as little as 10 minutes a day, 3 times a week.

Remember, the more you practice, the better you get! Thank you to all of the students who donated books to our school library in celebration of their birthdays. Hard copy of the birthday book club has been included in all Thursday envelopes. Please enjoy the first volume of the Jaguar Journal. A newspaper written by our middle school students. Contact Coach Riley at bryanriley33 gmail. A big thank you goes out to all the students and parents who were able to help at the Festirama Chicken Dinner Dining Room!

Attention all 3rd through 7th grade girls and parents. Joseph is offering summer volleyball open gyms for all girls who will be in 4th through 8th grade next year. If you have any questions, please contact our volleyball coordinator, Peter Szymanski, at coach.

The weather forecast for the weekend is sunny and warm…perfect weather for our parish community festival! We hope you can join us. As the end of the year approaches there are events planned for those last days that involve both on-campus and off-campus activities. Each grade level sends home information and permission forms regarding the activities planned for their grade level.

Joseph to go on to high school, kindergarten students will celebrate the completion of their first year with us Friday, June 3, at 9: The — school year begins on Wednesday, August We have always studied parish data that allowed us to know how many potential students we might have at kindergarten entry level for any given school year within a five year range. That information allowed us to plan for a school that was able to respond to the needs of the parish community for not only more kindergarten space but also for preschool.

For the past six or seven years we have seen data that tells us demographics may be changing within our parish. The number of children registered in the parish who are age appropriate for kindergarten has declined each year since Just as we responded to increased enrollment by adding kindergarten classrooms, our goal is to maintain the three classrooms we currently have for kindergarten.

Our enrollment will place 15 — 16 students in a classroom. We close our kindergarten classrooms when enrollment reaches Sixteen students in a classroom are wonderful.

It allows us the ability to individualize instruction, integrate technology, and serve the needs of each child. We do, however, have room in kindergarten for additional students and will continue to enroll children during the next two months. New families may contact the school office at for additional information or to request a tour. At this time we know of the following changes in faculty for the — school year:. Second grade teacher, Mrs. Janet Secrest, is retiring this year.

Secrest joined the faculty in Burns currently teaches at the fourth grade level. When I joined SJS as principal my concentration in education was administration, junior high, math education, and English. Primary teachers, Janet Secrest being one of them, helped me to know everything they knew about primary children.

Janet was one of the teachers who offered me, informally, a post-graduate course in the education of young children.

She had a wealth of knowledge and she shared it generously. Becky Puffenberger, second grade Teacher Assistant, is retiring. Puffenberger joined our staff in She came to know kindergarten students first and very much enjoyed working with them. After a few years, she moved to second grade, and has been a valuable assistant to Mrs. Secrest and the second grade team.

She will very much be missed. McHugh joined SJS two years ago. She and her family are relocating to Minnesota. We wish her the very best and thank her for the dedication she demonstrated over the last two years. Wisniewski joined SJS in She has been an enthusiastic supporter of all we do and has offered her support to Right to Read Week, the Christmas Program for grades 3 — 5, Celebrity Readers, World Neighbors, Response to Intervention, and anything else we asked of her.

A teacher by degree, Mrs. Wisniewski understood how important literacy is for all students and worked diligently to offer, through the library, books that would have appeal for all students. Unger has been with SJS since She is currently a third grade teacher assistant and also holds a teaching license. Wisniewski who recognizes in Mrs. Unger the same love of books and reading that she has had in her years as librarian.

This is a reminder that fourth grade will present their newly acquired talent of playing the recorder on Thursday, May 26, at Each year I am always surprised and pleased to see the progress these children have made. Please come and enjoy this musical presentation. The fourth graders have a wonderful time presenting their musical skill and everyone who attends applauds not just their skill but the joy they clearly find in music.

The fourth grade students are led by music teacher, Mrs. Students in grades 6, 7, 8 will present a concert on Thursday evening, May 26, at 7: Please join us to hear the wonderful music created by both our instrumental musicians and our student chorus. A one-time fee is charged for each grade level to cover the costs of various activities or events such as field trips, monthly educational periodicals, science and tech lab fees, and any other expenses that are anticipated for the coming school year.

These fees will be included with tuition invoices that are sent in early June. The banquet dessert and pop only will take place in the Family Center on the East Campus. Nominees for the Sportsmanship Award, selected by coaches in grades on athletic teams at St. Sportsmanship Award recipients for both boys and girls will also be presented. While admission to the banquet is free, reservations will be necessary.

Families of nominees will have until Monday, May 23 to call in their reservation. Reservations can be taken over the phone by calling Jeff Seemann at and leaving a message on the recorder or by texting that number or by email at jcseemann gmail. Please state the number in your party.

Families of fourth, fifth and sixth graders should bring 1 two liter bottle of pop and families of seventh and eighth graders should bring a dessert. All parishioners are welcome to attend the banquet. Coaches of teams are encouraged to attend.

Parishioners who do not have family members that are Sportsmanship Award nominees are also welcome to attend the banquet. Reservations are necessary, however. Please call the number above. Hope to see you there! Untagged items - Proceeds will be donated to PTO, and unsold items will be donated. Items to be sold include anything listed in SJS dress code uniform jumpers, skirts, skorts, pants, shorts, shirts, sweaters, sweatshirts and SJS spirit wear, athletic apparel, CYO uniforms, or scout uniforms.

Earnings may be picked up at west campus office beginning June 3rd. Unsold items marked for pick up will be located outside west campus gym. Positive Direction — Could not have been a success without the many people who volunteered their time and talents. Special thanks go to:. Plus, our wonderful St. Joseph School faculty and staff — especially Mrs.

Mary Kay Culver, and the entire maintenance staff. Joseph School and painlessly support our school! SchoolSpeak is a school information system we chose that will better allow us to manage all school-related items. It will allow for improved communication amongst teachers, students, and parents. Things like classroom calendars, grade book, report cards, homework, announcements, lunch ordering, email, forms, and payments will be located in one central location. We will be sending out login information to parents before the Fall school year.

Each student will be given a Chromebook to use throughout their school day. Students are welcome to practice anytime at home and play the typing games as well.

Their login information is as follows:. The study found that children in both elementary and middle school visit sites their parents would not approve of and engage with strangers on-line and off-line more frequently than their parents know. Key findings from the study include:. We typically have Sylvania police during the alternate dismissal days to run the traffic light, allowing us to get the students crossed in a timely fashion.

Typically the grounds are cleaned up and ready for normal school traffic by Monday but please be prepared to continue alternate dismissal through Monday, May As you are aware, the timing of all of this is always a bit unpredictable, so we appreciate your patience with us. If you would like to volunteer to help in the above areas, Please sign up at the online site: If you have questions contact: Jim Rollison , azrollo1 aol.

A beautiful school campus 1: I am asking students in Grades to volunteer to work with me at the Chicken Dinner on Sunday, May 22 during Festirama. We will be working in the Family Center on the east campus.

Teacher Appreciation Week was May 2 — 6. Daily prize giveaways and a luncheon rounded out the week nicely. Thanks to these wonderful ladies: A Mexican fiesta was enjoyed by the faculty and staff. A buffet lunch included walking tacos, chicken enchilada soup, beans, rice, and of course many desserts. The last Morning Muffins of the school year is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25th.

Anyone on the Teacher Appreciation Committee will be receiving an email requesting donations for this much anticipated morning treat for the school faculty and staff. Anyone else interested in donating items for this event, please email Shelly Piscopo shel aol. Again, anyone on the Teacher Appreciation Committee will be receiving an email requesting donations for this event.

Anyone else interested in donating items, please email Shelly Piscopo shel aol. We are preparing our new school information system, SchoolSpeak, for the school year. Please use the link below to update your email information so that you will be able to login to the system. Parents may sign up separately or use one email address. Thank you to all the families who have donated to our Birthday Book Club. A hard copy flyer was included in all Thursday envelopes. Fill out the form below and return it to me as soon as you can.

Hard copies were included in all Thursday envelopes today. All families received copies in today's Thursday envelope or download below. Through job training and a relationship with Jesus Christ, people can start anew. Please come for an hour and find out how each of us can help cut the chains that the entitlement programs have put on people.

Discounted Ride Tickets - On Sale! We will be collecting bags of clothes, shoes, purses, towels, backpacks, throw rugs, sheets…anything cloth related. Contact Shelly Piscopo or shel aol. A number of our students currently receive a need-based scholarship from NOSF.

Over students are receiving need-based scholarships this school year to attend a private school in northwest Ohio. The money raised from the week-long event will go toward providing scholarships for students in our school along with other private schools in 19 counties in northwest Ohio.

So please have your child participate by donating his or her pennies to a wonderful organization. The winning grade will receive a prize!

Interested in joining Cub Scouts? Tuesday, April 26th - 7 PM St. Informational meeting for parents AND prospective Scouts. Hear and See what Cub Scouts has to offer your family! Francis de Sales School. If using this form, order form must be returned to school before May 6 in order for the office to process the order. I know it is hard to believe but Festirama is just around the corner!

I am assisting this year with Market on Main for the school-theme baskets. The plan is to have a drop-off box per grade for the donated basket items. The deadline to collect for the baskets will be Friday, May Babies R Us gift card.

Kindergarten — Color and Crafts - crayons, markers, drawing paper, crafting items, rubber stamps and stamp pads, stencils, scrapbooking items, etc. Michaels or Hobby Lobby gift cards. Sorry, Trouble Clue, Monopoly, Pictionary, etc. Par 2, bowling gift cards.

Third Grade — In the Garden - seeds, watering can, hand tools, flower pots, solar lights, garden decorations, knee pads, gardening book, etc. Fourth Grade — Beach Bum - sun block, beach games, sand toys, Chapstick-type lip savers, iTunes gift cards, beach towel, koozie, inflatable toys, cool visor or cap, etc. Williams-Sonoma or Pottery Barn gift cards. Family Video gift cards.

Pet Supplies Plus gift card. If you have any questions, please contact me at — brendaboudrie gmail. Please bring a non-perishable food item or two to mass at St. Joseph parish to make a donation. Collection bins will be available in the Narthex. Donations can also be made directly at the Sylvania Kroger stores on Monroe St. Sylvania at King Rd. Look for bins as you exit the store. All donations will go to the food pantry at St. If you have any questions, please email Cubmaster Matt Harrison at.

This month's newsletter includes an article about Global Youth Service Day. The article is entitled, "Doing Good is Good for Them". Chaney is a long standing parishioner of St. Thursday, April 7 Jesus in the Gospel of Mark: Ashley LaRoy, alaroy sistersosf. Congratulations to the sixth, seventh and eighth grade students on their achievement in honors for the third quarter of the school year. Hard copy has been sent home in all Thursday envelopes. All orders are due tomorrow, April 8.

An order form was included in all Thursday envelopes for your convenience. Included in all Thursday envelopes is the complete Festirama Packet that will be distributed this weekend at all masses.

We also ask that you complete the form even if your child does not need to ride the school bus. In order to schedule transportation for the upcoming school year we need you to provide the following information:.

Dear Princesses, Princes, Knights, and Wizards: I would love for you to join me for a fun afternoon and preview of Once Upon a Mattress. Join members of the cast for a delightful dessert and a taste of the show that will be presented May 6 - 8 at the Valentine Theatre. Bring your phone or camera and have your picture taken with me, the Royal Family, the Jester, the Wizard, the Minstrel or Knights and Ladies.

We will entertain you with our show and send you off with a goody bag to remember your visit to the royal kingdom. Since we will be at the castle, feel free to come dressed as your favorite royal character or just as yourself! This year, as we end the season of Lent, we turn our thoughts to Easter and the joy and the hope that it represents. Without Easter, without the Resurrection, we would face a future of darkness rather than the promise of eternal life. Easter is truly a time of celebration!

As we see signs of renewed life all around us in nature, we realize that we can share in that renewal. We are truly Easter people. On Friday, May 13th St. This run will be the conclusion of the Positive Direction program. The 7th and 8th grade students were then asked to design a t-shirt using one of the top 3 slogans. This event will be supported and cheered on by the entire school, parents, grandparents, etc. All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students as well as many faculty members will be wearing their Positive Direction t-shirts to this event.

These t-shirts are now available to purchase for siblings, parents, grandparents, friends, aunts, uncles, etc. There is a picture of the winning t-shirt on the bottom right of this order form. The t-shirt will also be on display in the West Campus school office and in the Commons area in the Middle School. The t-shirt is white; print is blue and black. If you would care to purchase a t-shirt s , please complete and return this order form with your check made payable to St.

You do not need to purchase a t-shirt for your middle school student. The 6th, 7th and 8th grade students received their t-shirts in October. T-shirt orders are due on or before April 8, Francis de Sales High School, St. Juli Snyder at or Festirama is the first church festival of the season and your participation gives you an opportunity to expose your business to thousands of neighbors for three full days! We offer diverse opportunities to promote your business to the St.

Joseph Parish community as well as the community at large. Thank you for your consideration of sponsoring our Festirama Southview Theatre Sylvania Ave. John Underwood is a dynamic speaker who is passionate about sharing his expertise and insight on how to train, inspire and guide young students to perform at the peak of their ability. John Underwood, a former NCAA All-American runner, coach of Olympic champions and consultant for US Navy Seals presents up-to-date information on how alcohol and other substances affect the body and brain as well as ways to boost performance whether you are an athlete, dancer or preparing for tests.

Thank you for your support over the last few days. We are grateful for the many who called or emailed us to express their appreciation of our decision. Some had already been anticipating the difficulty with a planned vacation they would have if their children became ill just before next week or after Easter.

In spite of the fact that the decision we made to close school for three days put children and their health first, we did not forget the impact closing school would have on parents and arranging child care. We will continue to closely monitor attendance until the first of May. In my letter to you, I shared that on Thursday, March 10, we had about 20 children absent. We expect to return next week to a number that aligns with what we normally experience in mid to late March.

I hope the children of our school who are ill are starting to feel better. Please use extra care in allowing them access to places that have large congregations of children and adults. We received information from the CDC Center for Disease Control in Atlanta that influenza and influenza like illnesses have a day incubation period during which time the virus is infectious.

The band is under the direction of Mr. Dessert and coffee will be provided. The concert is free though donations in support of the jazz band will be gratefully accepted. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face… May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

Don't Forget, this Monday evening!! Tracy Kindl What a fun and exciting week we had. It sure did go by fast! We certainly hope your enthusiasm continues. We would not have been able to have such a successful event without the help of the many generous and talented people who volunteered their time and talents.

Going Solo in Silver Middleton hosted her first official solo engagement on Oct. The dress wraps at the waist, which has become a hallmark of Middleton's most-talked-about outfits, including the blue Issa dress she wore to announce her engagement. A Predictable Princess Middleton stepped out on Sept.

Her choice of a basic shift in a neutral color was unsurprising and to be expected for a young royal who has been in princess boot camp. Though the dress was low-key, she accessorized the ensemble with a large hat adorned with flowers.

The couple were in California as part of their first North American tour. Princess in Profile Middleton picked a knit top and white skirt for a reception in Santa Barbara, Calif.

The ceremony marked the launch of Tusk Trust's U. Prince William is a royal patron of the trust, which supports development projects across Africa. Prince William scored four goals during the match, helping his team, Royal Salute, win the tournament. The Belgian-American designer is famous for creating the iconic wrap dress. Lady in Red On the final day of the Canadian leg of her North American tour, Middleton chose a red suit set, adorned with a maple-leaf brooch. The silver accessory and red outfit were a tribute to Canada's flag.

She looked all-American in her cowboy hat, boots and bold belt buckle. The color was a surprising choice for Middleton, who typically sticks to navy and neutrals. Kate Middleton can wear them, but can you imagine the current Queen in jeans? Another Casual Turn Middleton wore a button-down shirt, skinny jeans and flats to board a seaplane for Blachford Lake on July 5, In a departure from her usual style, she went casual in a black track suit and pants. In the Trenches The Duchess wore a navy blue trench coat, accessorized with a red scarf, on July 4, , in Charlottetown, Canada.

Her appearance in a beige Burberry trench coat in led the jacket to sell out in stores immediately. The label, now designed by Sarah Burton, has emerged as one of the future Queen's favorite designers. She wore a sleeveless Joseph shift for the occasion.

The designer was one of Princess Diana's favorites. She famously wore a navy blue Issa dress, which had a similar silhouette, to announce her engagement to Prince William on Nov. She accessorized with a red maple-leaf fascinator and maple-leaf brooch. Lovely in Lace The Duchess arrived in Ottawa on June 30, , in another navy blue dress, but pinned part of her hair back for a new look.

The trip marked her first international travel as a royal. Nearly two months earlier, she stood in the same location in her Alexander McQueen wedding gown. Easy Elegance Middleton chose a black-and-white shift for a friend's wedding in Lambourn, England, on June 11, The dress, made by the same designer of her engagement-portrait frock, sold out in the U.

Photographers snapped this image as the couple left Buckingham Palace to board a helicopter. Alexander McQueen, Round 2 For her evening wedding reception, Middleton chose a Sarah Burton—designed gown with a sweetheart neckline similar to that of her Westminster Abbey dress but without the lace overlay.

She accessorized the ensemble, which looked to be the shell of her wedding gown, with a diamond waistband and a matching white cardigan.

The jacket, like many of Middleton's clothing pieces, sold out online within a day of her appearance in it. The Lady in Red Middleton wore red on Feb.

Andrew's University, where they met. High Fashion The future royal opted for another trench, this time in black, to meet New Zealand's high commissioner, Derek Leask, on Feb. Middleton's Official Style In her first official royal duty after the announcement of her engagement to Prince William, Middleton wore a coat with a classic silhouette, accessorized by a feather headpiece.

Fashion in Black and White For her first public outing post-engagement — a visit to the Thursford Collection in Norfolk — Middleton steered clear of any potential controversy in a simple black and white dress worn under a black blazer.

Some interesting points, a lot of waffle and some errors. Top class, modern historians now regard that figure as grotesquely disproportionate. It is one of the most successful internationsal businesses of all time. You have the temerity to post this kind of Nazi apologist garbage in a comments thread of an article by a writer whose gentile grandparents had been murdered in a concentration camp and whose gentile mother spent two years in a labor-extermination camp, was a state witness in the post-war trial of its commandant, and relayed her wartime experiences to this writer directly.

Moreover, a writer who was born and grew up one hour by car from Auschwitz and three kilometers from the plant where the firm Hoch und Tiefbau AG had built the crematoria for that camp. In which, alone, 2. Moreover, you desecrate the memory of Witold Pilecki plus other Polish officer escapees from Auschwitz who produced written reports, e.

I am omitting here reports by Jewish escapees, for example the Vrba-Wetzler report, as well as the fate of the Jewish part of my family during the war, so as to skirt the whole specious Joooos-tainted-it aspect of your comment.

The lowest for Auschwitz, for instance by the Polish historian Franciszek Piper , cites 1. The highest figure cited for Auschwitz is 4 million. However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo.

See the list at the bottom of this post for links to the previous installments. For over 60 years, White mea-culpists have had a firm grip in all fields of cultural mind imprinting: Their main endeavor has been to enforce their compulsory e.

K and discretionary e. Nor the evils of the worldwide Islamic Inquisition which — not in the 16th century but now, in the 21st, condemns Muslim apostates to barbaric execution. Instead, aggressive White androphobes of all genders which I can no longer count are decimating the philogynous and egalitarian West. Equality psychos are tearing down the most egalitarian society that ever existed except for initial communist experiments, before they turned bloody.

American Jews, at the apex of the greatest fortune and philosemitic tolerance their long diaspora has ever bestowed on their kind, are busy supporting all the ideologies and policies that demolish their safe harbor and build up their Muslim, Black and Third World enemies. Leftoid masochists and the Christian meek call for returning Hawaii to the Hawaiians and capitulating before a massive Mexican reconquista of one-third of America.

The rightful Etruscan landowners are not bearing angry placards in front of the Vatican. The Japanese are not planning to relinquish Hokkaido to its original owners, the Ainu. The tall, white and fair-haired Chachapoyas of the Andean forest have, alas, no remnants left to sue the Incas for genocide in a Peruvian court of law.

However, even that great moral abyss of Western civilization — the Holocausts — stands out more in its industrialized and organizational features than it does either in the quality of its hatefulness or its relative or even absolute volumes.

In relative numbers, in just one year, , the Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda, killed off a total of one million, in a population of 7 million. Is it more humane to go by a stroke of a blunt machete than by a whiff of Zyklon B? The Khmer Rouge murdered at least 2 million Cambodians between and Is it more humane to die by wallops from a Cambodian pickaxe handle than by a bullet from a German Mauser? Inscription on the back in German: There is a special horror attached to the Third Reich, because those were 20 th century Europeans, Christians, and in many ways the smartest, most civilized people on Earth.

But the Holocausts do not prove that Whites are worse than other people, just that they are no better. The history of the Third Reich also proves that with the right formula of economic blowup, misery and humiliation, sparked by charismatic evil, no people are immune to such horror, at no time.

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends his translation of an article and interview with two respectable high-profile Muslim leaders in Oslo, who have strongly negative opinions about Jews and the worldwide Jewish conspiracy. A new trend seems to have developed in the Islamic community in Norway: It should also be pointed out that this is the same mosque that the Norwegian police apologized so profusely to last year for the fact that we have freedom of speech in Norway. The translated article from Dagsavisen:.

Many Norwegians have a negative view on Islam due to Jewish domination of the media. We are visiting Central Jamaat-e Ahl-e Sunnat, the mosque with the largest member base in Norway, to talk to its spiritual leader.

The mosque was founded in and currently has more than 5, members. The Imam begins by explaining that all three heavenly religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, are sacred to them. Many people are unaware of this fact, says Sarwar. Both of them believe that the school visits confirms their views that Norwegians in general have an inaccurate impression of Islam and Muslims.

People are ignorant because they get their information from the media, and the media only write negatively about Islam. Only a handful of people were behind the movie about Mohammed in the U. So who was financing them, who was backing them? A big tip of the Bodissey pickelhaube to our commenter Jolie Rouge, who has provided us with a brand new acronym. Note the aggressor is not named other than by geographical location e.

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