School denounces profanity by female student during protest
The Lajos Nagy Secondary School of the Cistercian Order in Hungary has distanced itself from her student Lili Pankotai, who used foul language when addressing crowds during a student demonstration, her headmaster wrote in a statement shared on the school's social media.
Lili Pankotai, a student of the Lajos Nagy Secondary School of the Cistercian Order, delivered a speech at Sunday’s teachers’ demonstration in Budapest, where she used expressions such as “they are “the f***ing future.”
“Do you think you can erase thinking? F**k that!”, the student said. “The f**k with ideologies,” she said later in her speech. The headmaster of the Lajos Nagy Secondary School of the Cistercian Order wrote on the school’s Facebook page that
the school respects freedom of expression, but distances itself from the student’s speech on Sunday. We categorically reject all its content and narratives incompatible with Christian values”
director dr. Zsolt Nyisztor wrote.