Sofia Vazquez-Mellado

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Government-approved middle school books contain nudity, rape, and bestiality in Argentina

Sofia Vazquez-Mellado

September 27, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Argentinean government is under fire for distributing “educational” literature with graphic nudity, rape scenes, and explicit bestiality to public schools throughout Argentina.

“They contain explicit sex, drugs, and even zoophilia,” said Principal Osvaldo Calvente, from the Guillermo Villanueva School in Maipú, in the province of Mendoza. He was the first person to publicly denounce the books.

“I decided to put them away immediately to keep them out of the student’s reach. This cannot, by any means belong in a school library,” he said. “It is my duty as the school’s principal.”

One of the books in the collection contains a disrespectful version of the Lord's Prayer.

Another offers a section of “Experiments on 'Grossology,'” inviting students to do gross experiments like burping contests and figuring out a way for their bodies to produce colorful and malodorous urine.

The government’s Education Ministry admitted the collection includes “formats and languages that have been scarcely explored in today’s school system.”

The Ministry of Education, however, has supported the books in a press release saying that: “the titles assigned to middle school level have been incorporated into the National Book Distribution Operation, and were selected and approved by the National Assessment Committee in 2010.”

Colihue, the editorial house that published the books, belongs to Aurelio Narvaja who, according to the local media, belongs to the so-called group of “Kirchner Intellectuals,” associated with Agentina’s far-Left president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.

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“I decided to go public on this because, other than being a school principal, I am first an Argentinean citizen,” explained Calvente. “Education is pretty bad as it is.”

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