The left moves to indoctrinate elementary school kids


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Fascists: A new leftist movement has begun inserting racial and leftist indoctrination materials into elementary public school materials, teaching kids the evils of racism that are inherent in American society, before they are even aware that different races even exist.

Marxist theorist Paolo Freire advocated in Pedagogy of the Oppressed, that schools be used to inculcate radical values in students so they become agents of social change. Freire held that the so-called dominant pedagogy “silences” poor and minority children and that there is no such thing as a neutral educational system.

Joining Freire in his desire to use the educational system to level institutions is unrepentant communist terrorist and education theorist Bill Ayers, who has long advocated poisoning the minds of the young so they can agitate to fundamentally transform American society. “If we want change to come, we would do well not to look at the sites of power we have no access to; the White House, the Congress, the Pentagon,” he said in 2012. “We have absolute access to the community, the school, the neighborhood, the street, the classroom, the workplace, the shop, the farm.”

The article then describes at length actual examples of leftist and racist indoctrination in a variety of public elementary schools, going on right now. And make no mistake, the educational materials here are outright bigoted in their hatred of whites and American society. I am appalled that American parents are tolerating this.

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  • LocalFluff

    On the bipartisan conflict more generally,
    With 33 Republican governors already, a constitutional convention must be the way to go for the party now in order to establish a permanent advantage. 11 states already seem to have good ideas:
    http://www.mystatesman.com/news/state–regional-govt–politics/texas-becomes-the-11th-state-call-for-convention-states/8WFJKmNLHYqI6JjwhztAvN/

    Maybe the States’ Convention should become a permanent third chamber in Congress? (which I understand was the original proposition for what the Senate would be) That’s what the EU commission is, they are not elected but appointed by the member states’ governments. No other similarities, the EU commission has totalitarian powers above all laws and no kind of checks and balances. With a permanent States’ Convention, the constitution could quickly be amended, by 68% majority, to fix a sudden problematic Federal or High Court ruling.

  • wayne

    LocalFluff–
    you touch on some complex topics.

    In brief— read Article 5 of our Constitution.
    It specifies 2 methods by which Amendment’s may be proposed for ratification.
    –Congress may propose them, followed by ratification by the separate & sovereign States, or the States may call a Convention of States and totally cut out Congress, and propose Amendment’s followed by ratification.
    This is “a meeting of states, to propose specific amendment’s for ratification,” and is in no way shape or form a Constitutional Convention.

    One of the reasons (I think) you may be confused as to our bi-cameral congress, and why it doesn’t appear to function very well:

    During the Progressive Era, the 17th Amendment was passed– that changed Federal Senator’s to being elected via state-wide election, instead of being appointed by the respective State Legislatures.
    Now, the respective State Legislatures have very little control over their 2 Senators.
    [ important factoid– almost every State has a bicameral State Legislature, with State Representatives & State Senators. We also have a Federal Government, made up of Reps & Senators for each separate State. ]

    The original function of Congress, in part,
    –The House was to be the branch closest to the people and directly elected. They serve shorter terms and represent smaller geographic units within States, and can be gotten-at, via the ballot box, easier than Federal Senators.
    There are more Reps than Senators, and they are apportioned by population.

    The (Federal) Senate, in contrast, they serve longer terms and were designed to represent the separate & sovereign individual States of the Union.
    2 senators for each State, regardless of population.

    –This is designed to balance-off the power of small vs. large States, by population.

    The States created the Federal Government, they did not create the States. (tangentially, I for example, am a Citizen of the State of Michigan AND a Citizen of the United States of America, but I don’t want to confuse the matter at hand.)

    The Senate, is now a useless Body. They no longer represent the States and have become in-effect, at-large elected officials. They represent largely, themselves. It’s a small club and they generally ALL (substantially) went to the same schools, marry each other, worked at the same Law Firm, Bank, whatever, etc. ad infinitum.)

    Prior to the 17th Amendment however, the respective State legislatures controlled their 2 senators, and those State officials were directly elected by the people.
    If any Senator did anything against their State, they would have to answer to their State Legislature and could be replaced, fired, and in some instances imprisoned, for not obeying their State’s wishes.
    In that manner, the people had more direct control over both branches of their Federal officials.
    The House was to represent the people and the Senate was supposed to represent the States.

    –You have to keep in mind, OEM specs on our government mandated power was to flow from the bottom up. Not from the Top down.
    1) The People, acting locally and regionally
    2) The Separate & sovereign States,
    and then lastly,
    3 ) The Federal Government.

    Now, the pyramid is inverted, and the Feds think we work for them.

    If we do nothing at all, the 17th Amendment has to be repealed at all costs. That alone, in my opinion, would radically re-orient to what extent the will of the people is actually carried out, and help dissolve some of the incentives to act badly.

    17th Amendment was sold by Progressive’s as a “better form of democracy,” but we are not a democracy, we are a representative republic with intentional division of power.

    Everything you might want to know, Convention of States
    https://www.conventionofstates.com/

  • LocalFluff

    “Humans to Mars 2017” is live now:
    https://livestream.com/viewnow/HumanstoMars2017
    Now 3:20 ET there’ll be a one hour panel discussion between SpaceX, Boeing and 5 in total company representatives about Mars architectures. I just watched Buzz Aldrin speak. He wants to train his Mars cycler at the Moon. And has developed new ideas about the concept.

    wayne,
    Having each state legislature appoint a senator would give more separation of powers and more focus on state politics. One could leave one senate per state directly elected. Also, I think that a faster, not otherwise easier, way to amend the constitution would balance the High Court a bit.

  • ken anthony

    “Evil white men” is gaining momentum. They start with killing police but the target will widen. Very sad.

    Part of the reason I live over a hundred miles from any large city. In John Wayne country, where I don’t have to own a gun because all my neighbors do.

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