Frank Borzellieri doesn’t like anyone who isn’t white, in fact he has spent much of his life writing for a white supremacist publication while preaching that diversity is “a weakness” that is causing the largely black and Hispanic United States to fall into a “New Dark Age,” he’s also the principal of a Catholic school in the Bronx.
In an ironic twist the 48-year-olds student base is mostly black and Latino.
According to reports he was promoted two-years ago to his new position and is “intimately involved” with white supremacy publication American Renaissance.
While the church doesn’t see a problem with his views, during his time as a school board member in Queens he tried to have “anti-American” literature banned from school libraries, including a biography about the life of Rev. Margin Luther King Jr. while Borzellieri also wanted students to be taught that US culture is superior according to the New York Daily News.
School pastor Rev. Eric Rapaglia of Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, who hired Borzellieri says he doesn’t see a problem with the principals views, noting:
“Do I agree with all of it? No. But I think much of it is valuable and logical and reasonable,” while adding, “A lot of his ideas would actually benefit minorities.”
Given that young students have impressionable young minds and at least some of his students are white, it seems irresponsible for the school to leave Frank in charge of an educational that could lead some students down the path towards a hate filled belief system.