20 October 2011

How To Push Marxism In The Classroom

You won't hear any of the leftist bloggers/educators condemn this. Gee, I wonder why? The first "teacher" is a bit hard to hear, but the second one is quite clear. What's funny is that this woman has absolutely no idea how true Marxist societies function. She claims that teaching socialism and Marxism will allow children to one day decide "for themselves" what they want to do. Though she mentions teaching history, its obvious by that statement that she's quite ignorant of it - especially the history of Marxist/socialist societies. It's amazing that someone teaching American children can have something so backwards and anti-American and teach this garbage in a taxpayer financed school - absolutely jaw-dropping amazing. She notes she wants "complete transformation" - code language for revolution. Just one more reason for homeschooling. By the way, I'm soon going to have to purchase another hard drive to store my ever-growing files of anecdotal evidence of radicalism in public schools. Is this what it means to be an "activist historian?"



Upcoming posts:

  • The Tea Party Is Right - Academia Is Wrong (That post should shut some mouths and get those still attached to brains to at least think)
  • More Academic Historians Pushing Their Political Agenda
  • A review of  Illustrated Timeline of the Civil War
  • Some History Channel DVD give-aways via trivia questions 

8 comments:

13thBama said...

I saw this earlier this morning. I would like to say I am shocked by it but I cannot.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Complicit or ignorant?

13thBama said...

Oh complicit, no doubt. And deserving of a pink slip.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

I told you no educator would comment on this. They're too busy chasing those wascally neo-Confederates to bother with Marxists in the classroom. One must prioritize you know.

Michael Lynch said...

I've been known to do some educating, so perhaps I can be of some assistance. What sort of comment are you looking for?

--ML

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Hello Michael. Oh, I don't know . . . perhaps one or two expressing dismay and disgust - assuming it comes as a surprise.

Michael Lynch said...

Well, if it's any consolation, I'm surprised, dismayed, and disgusted. But that's just me.

--ML

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

My faith in my fellow man is restored.