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CoderDojo Foundation does not allow mentors to link to critique of the Quran in a private discussion

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CoderDojo Foundation does not allow mentors to link to critique of the Quran in a private discussion with a friend on Facebook that has nothing to do with CoderDojo. If you do, you’re not allowed to be a mentor and are not allowed to start a new CoderDojo. I will update this over the years to come with more information when I’ve more time. As it stands now the reader might think that CoderDojo is right and the mentor is wrong, but I have not posted all my arguments publicly yet, but CoderDojo knows them. My comments are in square brackets. The opera ain’t over until the fat lady sings.

From CoderDojo:

On the 31st of May the Coderdojo Foundation received a complaint from an attendee stating that one of the mentors at CoderDojo Lund was publically posting racist and exclusionary content in their private time and that they are not suitable to be around children. [It was not an attendee, but a radical islamist who had no previous contact with CoderDojo.] Please see the message received below:

Subject: Unfit mentor in Lund, Sweden

Message Body:

Dear Sir/Madam.

I am writing to you with concern regarding on of the mentors in Lund, Sweden. He is a publicly vocal islamofob who not only engages in hate speech but is wittingly and willingly spreading racism in public forums and on his blog. I would direct you to – amongst others – the following blogpost:


Please read it using google translate, and then take appropriate action. This man should not be around children, nor should he be associated with the good name of CoderDojo.

Immediately this was followed up with by Rosa Langhammer of the CoderDojo Foundation, message follows:

Hi xxxxxx,

We are following this up immediately with the Champion of the Lund Dojo. Had you previously made other mentors or the Champion aware of this?

In addition if you have the mentors name or any additional detail specifically regarding the Dojo that would be really useful for us.

Best wishes,


Pete O’Shea of the CoderDojo Foundation contacted R. S., the registered champion of CoderDojo Lund and a call was arranged on the evening of the next day the 1st of July.

Hi R.,

Pete here from the CoderDojo Foundation. We recently received a complaint about one of the mentors at the Lund Dojo. I wanted to contact you about this to see if you had had heard any feed back from the parents that attend the Dojo.

It would be great to discuss this over the phone if possible. Is there a time that suits you and I can setup a call with myself and Rosa.



Hi Peter,

Sorry to hear that there have been complaints. I have not received or heard of any negative feedback regarding mentors. Indeed, we have only been getting positive feedback from parents (IRL) or via our Facebook page.

I see this as a serious issue but I’m convinced every problem has a solution so feel free to call me at +46 706 XX XX XX, or IM me on Skype (r.s).

Best regards,


Both Rosa and Pete of the Coderdojo Foundation joined the call to bring this to the attention of the registered champion of the Lund Dojo, R..

On this call R. knew the Mentor that the complaint was about. Pete and Rosa covered the ideals and ethos of CoderDojo and why inclusion is at the core of what Dojo is. R. was then to arrange a call between all parties and to include the mentor in question.

  • R.:
    • Knows the mentor in question.
    • States that the mentor has being doing quite well, he has had email exchanges around not wanting to involve or invite refugee teenagers into the Dojo.
    • Stated the CoderDojo values, that it is free and open to all.
      • Does the same not apply for mentors? And as a result can he not say what he want with his freedom of speech?
    • Includes that the mentor may see himself as an outsider.
    • Also the mentor has had previous engagement and issues with another youth focused organisation. This organisation has had a discussion with the mentor as a result.
    • Main query ii that this inclusive ethos should apply to mentors also regardless.
  • Rosa:
    • Discussed that inclusion is key:
      • If a Dojo is exclusive in any way, it is against the ethos.
      • Shared info on the recruiting process for CoderDojo to give some more insight to vetting volunteers.
        • For those that have the best intention but are not a fit.
          • It’s OK to say no to volunteers
          • Recommended to talk to the mentor
  • R.: is to give another chance to the mentor.
    • He has done a great job in the Dojo
  • Rosa: we have to bring this up with the parent too.
    • Advise to have a serious discussion with the mentor.
    • We are happy to join the call
    • You need to ask him if he is comfortable to continue to mentor as CoderDojo may not be a fit for him either
  • R.: If we bring this up, in the Dojo context, he can say whatever he likes.
  • Rosa: not really if it is exclusive and against the CoderDojo ethos.
  • R.:
    • Had a heated discussion in the mentor group
    • About the values initially and this could have been communicated better.
  • Rosa: update on the e-learning module and how this will address any communication issues.
  • Pete: The next step is to arrange a call with the mentor to discuss. Offered for the Coderdojo Foundation to join R. on the call for support as needed. R. welcomed the support.

Action: R. to arrange a call with the mentor in question and Pete and Rosa to join.

The next call was arranged for the 5th of July. On this call Pete and Rosa from the Foundation and R. and M. from Coderdojo Lund took part to address the initial complaint. Details below:


  • The complaints process discussion:
    • R.: Have you contacted the Dojo
  • Rosa: update to the complaint.
  • M.: agree on full inclusion and is for UN and human rights
  • Rosa: Lay down ground rules for coderdojo
    • Discussed the charter
    • Be cool
    • Discussed a juvenile record
      • With mentors you can background track but not with young people, ensure there is a behavioural code (Be Cool) in the Dojo to remain a safe space
    • R.: decided not to do background checks
        • Rosa: that is best practice
          • Know that you can say no to mentors that have not good background checks
  • M.: linked to the blog in a conversation
    • Context was a discussion of “religion”.
    • Had another friend that was aggressive and commenting on facebook and may have submitted the complaint.
  • Rosa: Complaint has to be followed up as it was reported. We are continuing to follow up with the person who made the complaint to ensure it was in good faith.
      • If a mentor or Dojo is not being inclusive we must take action and follow-up.
  • Rosa: discussed recruitment process and updated the finer points including references, volunteer experience etc. Ensure that there is a safe recruitment process at the Dojo.
      • We do not complaints likely, and we will write up a report.
  • R.: the majority of the mentors have referred eachother.
    • Pete: suggested to then to go to the local station for background checks.
    • Rosa: We can check your for *to r.
  • Rosa: updated on the inclusion policy. And discussed the Be cool rule and how that works. Ensures that everyone that is 18 and under can attend a Dojo, whether it’s their religion, culture, age etc.
    • Important to reach out to different races and minority community
    • Rosa: Conclude that the Dojo is fully inclusive to all, would that be correct?
      • R.: Yes.
      • M.: Yes, I have invited kids to the Dojo.
    • Update on the complaints process and offered our support.

Actions: Pete follow up in Aug, date set for follow up on Aug 22nd.


Mentor did not write the blog post initially shared in the original message. However they did link to and share this blog on their personal facebook page and had a discussion about it.

[No, I did not share it on my personal Facebook page, I only linked to it in a comment in a private discussion with my friend and some of his friends.]

R., clarified that the Lund Dojo runs in a fully open and inclusive manner and is therefore not in breach of the CoderDojo charter. As long as the Dojo continues to embody the CoderDojo Ethos this is ok and if there are any more compliants we will follow up. Pete to do a general check in in August when the Dojo starts back again.

R. S. wrote:

Hi M., (CoderDojo Foundation and CoderDojo Lund board members on CC)

Please find a timeline of events recorded which lead to the decision that you should not return to the Dojo as a mentor.

Find the formal CoderDojo Foundation complaint report attached. For ease of communication with CoderDojo Foundation, I have chosen to write this email in English.

October 2013
CoderDojo Lund receives two bad references from a similar youth organisation and an additional organisation. These references would suggest Mr B. should not be taken on as a volunteer but the organisers of Lund want to give Mr B. a chance to mentor at the Dojo so Mr B. begins at the Dojo.

[Which are these two organizations and what did they write? I think one organization was Mattecentrum, but the other I have no idea of what it could be except possibly Kodcentrum. I have never been a mentor in Kodcentrum so they could not be a reference. I became a member in Kodcentrum only this year (2016), and have never been a member before, and I’m still a member. Mattecentrum and Kodcentrum have the same founder, and staff to some degree. I think it’s not a fair trial of me if I’m not allowed to know which organizations gave bad references and what they wrote.

About Mattecentrum, see http://mattecentrum.orbin.se/ as there is all the correspondence. As you can see, it has nothing to do my mentoring that I was banned and excluded for life, but that I wanted to check a contract before signing it. I was active in Mattecentrum as a mentor every school-week for 3 years (2 h each time), and sometimes twice a week. I only helped all students that wanted help. I might have unknowingly helped asylum seekers because I did help one Mongolian and one African kid that didn’t speak a word Swedish, and the Mongolian kid had a Mongolian math book, and the African kid had some test. At Mattecentrum in Lund during my time anyone was welcome, and there was no need to book a place because anyone who showed up was welcome, but this was before IS terror was common.
(I would recommend a reading of the above document.)]

8 April 2015
CoderDojo Lund receives a DM on Facebook from Kodcentrum about mr B.’s tweets disparaging Kodcentrum and recommending CoderDojo instead. Dojo does not address this as it is the first time anything like this has occurred.

[All tweets are here: https://twitter.com/search?q=mobluse%20coderdojo&src=typd ]

Late 2015
Mr B. is aggressive via email regarding the invitation and active promotion of the Dojo to local refugee teenagers. The CoderDojo Ethos and Charter is communicated to Mr B. and all mentors to make it eminently clear that inviting youth regardless of background, ethnicity or citizenship is fully in line with this. There is some disagreement about this ethos from Mr B.

[This is not true and we were not talking about refugees or teenagers below 18. I will post the discussion when I have more time.]

Late June 2016
Complaint is received by the CoderDojo Foundation concerning the inclusiveness of a volunteer at CoderDojo Lund and CoderDojo Lund Champion, R. is contacted by the CoderDojo Foundation 1 July. It is R.’s understanding that this may be in connection with Mr B.

Mr B. and R. have a first phone call one-on-one 3 July and Mr B. shows low engagement.

[He called me 22:14 on a Sunday 3 July! and I have to wake up 6:30 the following Monday. Still, the call lasted for 28 min 18 s. I informed him directly I had to go to bed. The reason it took so long time was that R.S. wanted to book a personal meeting, and I was busy during those days, but when that was booked he cancelled it. I think this was just a test. So it was just a waste of time, i.e. uncool behavior which is not allowed in a CoderDojo context. He called me again 18:45 on Monday 4 July for 33 min 22 s.]

R. lets Mr B. that even though this might be a frivolous complaint, it must be handled professionally by both champion and mentor, as required by CoderDojo policy. Mr B. is informed of the previous complaints. On this first call Mr B., implicitly acknowledges that he is the owner of the blog that had arisen in the complaint.

[But not of the blog post.]

When on the 5 July call with the CoderDojo Foundation and R., Mr B. is unclear and disputes that he wrote an article raised in the complaint but had admitted to sharing the article. On the call the importance of inclusivity and the CoderDojo ethos was stressed.

[No, I didn’t write the article and only linked to it in the private discussion with a friend on Facebook. The call lasted 28 min 50 s + 4 min 42 s, because it was disconnected.]

On a second call with R. (5 or 6 July), Mr B. is still being vague on writing the blogpost and is un-cooperative. Mr B. accuses the Champion of violating a specific law (which is not applicable in this instance) as he had googled Mr B. to try and find the truth about the owner of the blog.

[There was no call on 5 or 6 July or after the phone meeting according to my memory and my phone logs. I don’t understand what he means by un-cooperative. Maybe he means that I do not reveal the identity of the author. This law was mentioned in a mail and I said it didn’t apply in the mail, but it would for a government organization, which CodeDojo aspires to emulate.]

Also in the second call, Mr B. is again informed of the previous complaints and that he had been given a fair chance but it would not be appropriate for him to continue to volunteer. Mr B. states he might take a voluntary timeout. He is informed that his equipment will be returned and is also offered a spare Raspberry Pi which is declined.

[Part of this is untrue, and that which is true was in the call on Monday July 4. I was never informed I should not continue as mentor until August 11, when I got a mail about that my router had been sent, which I was surprised by, and asked why. In this call on July 4 I only respected the fact that it was R. S. who was the champion of the dojo, and if he does not want me there I can of course not come, but this we agreed would depend on CoderDojo Foundation. I also think a CoderDojo that locks out mentors for no good reason should not be allowed to keep the CoderDojo trademark. R. S. should be able to do what he does, if he can follow the laws for youth organizations, but he should not be allowed to use the CoderDojo trademark. He offered to send back the router but I declined since it’s needed it in order to connect the Pi:s to Internet (it uses Tomato and shares Internet from WiFi via ethernet cables). I was a bit upset by him wanting to give away Dojo-property as the Pi:s to me for no reason. R. does not mention that this discussion was about the planned phone meeting with CoderDojo Foundation, and that it was their decision we would await. After that call it seemed obvious that I should continue.]

Based on previous consultation with other mentors in the Dojo, R. as the champion decides to not invite Mr B. back to volunteer due taking into consideration the references from other organisations and the incidents of untrustworthy, disruptive, and un-cooperative behaviour while he had been a volunteer at the Dojo.

[I was not informed about this decision until August 11, and had no plans on quitting. The base for the decision is false and it contradicts his earlier statements: He has done a great job in the Dojo. He says I’m untrustworthy because I don’t want to reveal the author of a blog I linked to. I have no idea what he refers to when he calls me disruptive, because I’m always calm, e.g. at the same time he said I was disruptive I got an A in my course in Health Pedagogy. He says I’m uncooperative for the same reason that he says I’m untrustworthy.]

After the champion’s vacation, the router is returned, having heard nothing more from mr B.

[I did write a message in the CoderDojo’s Google Group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/coderdojo-lund . I got a mail about him sending the router and it was when I asked about this that I was informed about the decision. I will include these mails.]

Best regards,
R. S., CoderDojo Lund champion
Lund, 18 August 2016

Hi M.,

Inclusivity is a core principle of the CoderDojo movement, this principle applies to not only the attendees of a Dojo, but also its volunteers. You can read the CoderDojo charter here. Any complaints received about a Dojo or its mentors not embodying this core principle are investigated in full by the CoderDojo Foundation.

An initial complaint was received about the behaviour of a mentor in CoderDojo Lund on the 31st of May 2015. This was investigated in full, following our procedures.

[The complaint was not about the behavior, but about a blog I had linked to in a private discussion on Facebook about political Islam.]

As the Champion of the Dojo, it is R.s responsibility to address the concerns he may have in the running of the Lund Dojo. It is also his responsibility to make necessary decisions, using his best judgement, while following the CoderDojo ethos to run the Dojo. We believe it would unsustainable for a Dojo to create a safe environment for young people if there are issues between the Champion and the Dojo volunteers. As all Dojos are independently run and align with the CoderDojo ethos, how they decide to manage their community of volunteers is for them to decide.

In this situation, we have had several conversations with R., who at has at all times been open and communicative with us, seeking to find the best solution to resolve the situation.

[He has lied about many things.]

His decision to ask you to no longer mentor at the Dojo was reached after much consideration, and guidance from other mentors at the Dojo. Based on the discussions to date, the information provided by both you and R., we do not believe that the Lund Dojo is being discriminatory against you in requesting that you no longer mentor at CoderDojo Lund. R. has sought to find an amicable solution, but as this has not been reached, we stand by his decision in requesting that you no longer mentor. As a result we will not request for Coderdojo Lund to cease using the CoderDojo trademark.

CoderDojo was founded on the understanding that mentors gift their time for the benefit of the young attendees. Without passionate volunteers CoderDojo would cease to exist. We thank you for all the time you have given to CoderDojo Lund to date and wish you the best of luck with your educational and volunteering endeavors in the future.

We would be happy to discuss this further with both parties if there are any outstanding questions to address.


The CoderDojo Foundation team.

Hi M.,
Thank you for your email. As previously stated:
”In this situation, we have had several conversations with R., who at has at all times been open and communicative with us, seeking to find the best solution to resolve the situation. His decision to ask you to no longer mentor at the Dojo was reached after much consideration, and guidance from other mentors at the Dojo. Based on the discussions to date, the information provided by both you and R., we do not believe that the Lund Dojo is being discriminatory against you in requesting that you no longer mentor at CoderDojo Lund.”
As a result we will not request for CoderDojo Lund to cease using the CoderDojo trademark.
As the Champion of the Dojo, it is R.s responsibility to address the concerns he may have in the running of the Lund Dojo. It is also his responsibility to make necessary decisions, using his best judgement, while following the CoderDojo ethos to run the Dojo. We stand by his decision in requesting that you no longer mentor at the Lund Dojo. He has communicated this with you over the phone, and he will be sharing the requested information with you via email in the coming days.
Based on the complaints received to date, we do not deem it appropriate for you to start your own CoderDojo.
We thank you for all the time you have given to CoderDojo Lund and wish you the best of luck in the future.
The CoderDojo Foundation.

Written by U.P.A.

20 augusti, 2016 den 20:19

Publicerat i Migration, Skolan

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  1. These are the mails with the so called aggressive and exclusionary content, but as you can see there is nothing wrong with them, and they are in particular not aggressive as R.S. wrongfully wrote to CoderDojo. Use Google Translate or similar to translate them from Swedish.

    Brev till CoderDojo Lund 2016-01-23 00:35 (CET):

    vi vet ju inte de asylsökandes sanna ålder eller om de begått brott i hemlandet innan de flydde hit. De kan vara en bra bit över 17 år. Se t.ex. denna artikel från UNT om övergreppen mot 10-åriga flickor på badet: http://www.unt.se/uppland/uppsala/nyanlanda-bakom-overgrepp-4069487.aspx

    Jag har ju själv inget emot att undervisa asylsökande i programmering, men det bör ske under säkra former för de andra barnen. Övergreppen kan ske vid t.ex. toalettbesök eller när de hämtar fika. När det gäller barn som har en lång historia i Sverige eller som ansökt om visum så vet man ju om deras eventuella farlighet — så är inte fallet när det gäller asylsökande.

    Jag kan i och för sig tänka mig att fortsätta som mentor även om vi tar in asylsökande och skulle aldrig diskriminera dem. Jag ville bara upplysa om hur det ligger till.


    Brev till CoderDojo Lund 2016-02-01 00:25 (CET):


    Innan någon beviljas asyl så genomgår de en kontroll av SÄPO. Innan någon beviljas svenskt medborgarskap så genomgår de ännu en kontroll av SÄPO. Vi vet inget om vad de asylsökande gjort innan de kom till Sverige och de har inte genomgått någon kontroll av SÄPO. De kan ha varit yrkesmördare eller soldater i diktaturer (d.v.s. en annan sorts yrkesmördare). Googla på: asylsökande mord. Sverige är så naivt att den ålder som den asylsökande uppger är den som gäller. Paris-attackerna genomfördes av ganska unga personer och vissa kan ha varit ännu yngre, ty alla är inte helt identifierade. Massmördarna kan alltså ha haft samma ålder som de asylsökande många här vill ta in i CoderDojo utan eftertanke.


    Jag tar självklart avstånd från de ”firmor” som angriper asylsökande pojkar, som nämns i artikeln ovan, men asylsökande har begått grova våldtäkter mot bl.a. barn. Mycket har varit nedtystat p.g.a. att Rikspolischefen infört en särskild händelse och sekretessbelagt allt om asylsökandes brottslighet det senaste halvåret — även detta nämns i artikeln ovan. Jag tar också avstånd från alla former av rasism och uppskattar t.ex. svarta musiker (t.ex. B.B. King m.fl.) och även författare (t.ex. Alexandre Dumas d.ä.) och fysiker (d.v.s. mitt eget yrke, t.ex. Neil deGrasse Tyson och Satyendra Nath Bose) av helt andra ”raser” än min egen. Uppenbarligen kan man ta del av kunskaper från människor med helt annan ”ras” och kultur än sin egen. Nu finns det ju egentligen inte mänskliga raser, men människor har ju olika utseenden och funktioner p.g.a. att det naturliga urvalet gynnat personer med gener som varit anpassade till den miljö där de mest bott de senaste 30000 åren. Jag har ju även vänner på Facebook och IRL som tillhör olika ”raser”.

    Visserligen finns det svenskar (sedan flera generationer) som begått fruktansvärda brott, men de har man ju oftast koll på. De har ofta en lång historia av kriminalitet bakom sig och sitter inlåsta eller har genomgått framgångsrik kriminalvård och kommit ut som bättre människor. Vi förväntar ju inte att vi helt plötsligt blir mördade för att vi kritiserat någons profet eller helt oprovocerat, men så kan det vara nu med de asylsökande eller invandrare som inte accepterat att Sveriges lagar står över sharia-lagen. Fortfarande så är t.ex. Salman Rushdie mordhotad av Iran p.g.a. att han skrev romanen Satansverserna utgiven av förlaget Bonnier. Jag har själv drabbats av förolämpningar, förtal, mordhot och mordförsök från muslimer p.g.a. att de tror att jag ligger bakom Satansverserna och tillhör den ursprungligen judiska familjen Bonnier. Så är dock inte alls fallet utan jag härstammar från en vallonsk metallurg som kom hit på 1400-talet, ty en farbrors släktforskning är godkänd som vetenskap av andra släktforskare. Hans första anställningskontrakt finns fortfarande kvar. Dessutom minns vi ju vår historia från det tidiga 1800-talet och våra gravstenar sedan innan någon Bonnier från bokförläggarna hade dött i Sverige finns kvar. Kort sagt har jag varit drabbad av förföljelse från muslimer sedan 1989 då fatwan mot Rushdie utfärdades. Innan dess hade jag absolut inga problem med muslimer. Jag anser inte det är Salman Rushdies fel, utan han och andra bör får skriva vad som helst i sina romaner. Jag har inte läst Satansverserna, men bara det faktum att profeten Muhammed i boken kallas Mahund och att hunden är ett orent djur, enligt Islam, bör reta en del muslimer.

    Islamiska Statens (IS) strategi går mycket ut på att massmörda barn, ty det leder till hopplöshet hos deras föräldrar och de kan lättare ta över makten. (Jag kan leta upp källan om någon så kräver, men fråga någon kurd som har kontakter i Kurdistan, om ni tvivlar.)

    Det står i CoderDojos Charter: ”We commit to take care and uphold the good name of the global CoderDojo community”

    Om det nu inträffar sexuella övergrepp eller ännu värre, massmord på barn på vår CoderDojo i Lund p.g.a. att vi släppt in asylsökande så skadar det naturligtvis ryktet för CoderDojo. Jag har ingen insyn i hur antagningen av elever till CoderDojo går till eller tillsättningen av nya mentorer.

    Det står visserligen också: ”We commit to welcoming volunteers and children regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, creed, religion or ability.”

    Då måste ju alla kunna känna sig välkomna, t.ex. även israeliska judar som är eniga med Israels nuvarande politik. Det står inte att man måste ta in asylsökande. Asylsökande är ingen folkgrupp. Om man tar in asylsökande som med viss sannolikhet är sympatisörer till terrororganisationen Islamiska Staten så skrämmer man ju bort vissa andra deltagare. Då är de ju i praktiken inte välkomna. Det är väl bara inom Islam som motsvarigheten till biskopar beordrar mord — i modern tid.

    Det står även: ”We commit to the highest possible standards of child protection in our jurisdiction”. Att låta personer som är okända för samhället och som ofta sannolikt är äldre än 18 år enligt den medicinska vetenskapen få vara barn på CoderDojo verkar inte vara den högsta standarden för skydd av barn. Att ta in asylsökande i en CoderDojo är som att spela rysk roulette. Ca 50% av de asylsökande beviljas inte asyl — delvis p.g.a. att de är terrorister.

    När man säger ”Refugees Welcome” så menar man ju verkliga asylsökande — inte att terrorister är välkomna. Sverige är redan kraftigt överbefolkat i förhållande till matproduktionen och det gör samhället otryggt.

    Jag är ingen expert på att nedkämpa knivmördare, men sådan utbildning borde man ha om man ska ta hand om asylsökande pojkar/män, jämför IKEA-morden på en kvinnlig läkare och hennes son (för att de såg svenska ut) och det senaste mordet på den unga, kvinnliga behandlingsassistenten (p.g.a. tristess hos mördaren). Det är särskilt när de fått avslag som de asylsökande blir farliga, men vi i CoderDojo vet inte var i asylprocessen de asylsökande befinner sig. I många andra länder så låser man in de som skall avvisas, men så sker inte i Sverige och det gör att risken för allmänna hämndattacker från asylsökande som känner sig orättvist behandlade är högre här.

    Det har publicerats listor på IS-terrorister i MSM (Main Stream Media) och vissa kommer från Lund. IS-anhängarna vill lära sig Python för att tysta kritiska röster på t.ex. Twitter genom att skriva botar som gör falska abuse-anmälningar. Python verkar vara det programspråk som den Islamiska Staten främst rekommenderar. Terroristerna inom IS är ibland blonda och blåögda — åtminstone finns det två stycken som ser ut så, varav en är en hög terrorledare som skrivit en omfattande terrormanual. Det är alltså inte ”rasen” eller utseendet som är problemet, utan att de är asylsökande. Förr i tiden var ju landsförvisning av svåra brottslingar ett vanligt straff — då dök de tungt kriminella upp som nyanlända i andra länder. Kanske fungerar det så nu i de länder de asylsökande kommer ifrån. Naturligtvis kommer även kriminella asylsökande att berätta en falsk historia som gör att de beviljas asyl.

    Jag anser att bara aktiva mentorer och vuxna bör ha rösträtt om säkerhetsfrågor, ty det är ju de och barnen som riskerar sina liv på CoderDojo varje vecka.

    Jag har varit aktiv i CoderDojo Lund sedan 2013 och har utvecklat en hel del utbildningsresurser för CoderDojo, men tyvärr mest webbsidor på GitHub, Scratch och inlägg i gruppen CoderDojo-Lund, samt filmer på YouTube, men inte så många pdf-filer än så länge, så därför finns inte så mycket av det jag gjort utskrivet. Jag har tänkt göra pdf-filer. Jag har även lånat ut utrustning till CoderDojo i Lund. Jag har varit borta ibland i några månader p.g.a. jobb på avlägsna orter.

    Jag tycker vi inte borde ha några asylsökande på CoderDojo imorgon, ty vi borde diskutera säkerhetsfrågorna innan. Vi måste ju t.ex. veta om Lunds kommun tar sitt föräldraansvar liksom andra föräldrar gör. En seriös förälder skickar ju inte sitt våldsbenägna barn till CoderDojo, men det kanske Lunds kommun gör, ty kanske ingen tar det fulla föräldraansvaret.

    Jag tycker också vi borde ha fler elever med invandrarbakgrund, men det enklaste är då att marknadsföra mot skolor med många invandrare eller sätta upp anslag i invandrartäta områden. Vi borde tillsvidare avbryta marknadsföringen mot barnhem för asylsökande, såvida vi inte håller en speciell CoderDojo för dem, ty då minskar man risken för terrorattacker och sexuella övergrepp.

    Jag skulle dock aldrig diskriminera någon även om jag anser att de befinner sig i fel undervisningslokal. Jag har ju som sagt sökt jobb som lärare på fängelser. Även B.B. King har hållit bra konserter på fängelser, men det innebär nog inte att han tycker att fångarna skall släppas ut i förtid — bara att de skall få effektiv kriminalvård. Man kan behandla personer väl även om de utgör ett säkerhetshot för alla eller vissa folkgrupper.



    25 maj, 2017 at 03:38


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