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Marxism in the Classroom, Riots in the Streets

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Marxism in the Classroom, Riots in the Streets

 

 

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Clare M. Lopez

Sat Jul 25, 2020

 

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The explosion of lawless rioting on American streets was only a matter of time. Sixty-two years ago, former FBI agent W. Cleon Skousen wrote “The Naked Communist” to warn Americans about how communists planned to destroy our system from within, not by means of sudden revolution as envisioned by Karl Marx, but through a version of Italian communist Antonio Gramsci’s “cultural Marxism.” With a nod to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its People’s Liberation Army (PLA), it has been a “long march through the institutions” that has brought us to the brink of catastrophe—and much of it began in our schools.

Chapter 13 of Skousen’s book lists 45 goals of communism in America. Number 17 reads: “Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of the teachers’ associations. Put the party line in textbooks.” And so they did. While American parents were busy working to sustain their families and achieve a piece of the American dream, their children were at schools with teachers and textbooks that taught them to hate America, the Judeo-Christian foundations of our national identity, and the remarkable individuals who built this country on the principles of the Declaration of Independence, our Constitution, the Federalist Papers, and more.

As a result, the brainwashed generations of automatons marching in lockstep out of such schools possess neither critical thinking nor the intellectual ability to appreciate the brilliance and opportunity bequeathed to them by the great philosophers of Western Civilization. But, as Gramsci envisioned, they enter the ranks of art, film, music, literature, faith communities, government, media, and of course, academia, in droves. There will be no need for gulags or firing squads—or at least, not much. As KGB defector Yuriy Bezmenov told us, subversion is a far more destructive weapon than violence. Today, we face a situation perhaps only slightly exaggerated in this recent quote from Jeff Nyquist: “The Constitution of the United States is something alien to most of the persons who occupy the actual government formed under it”. [Emphasis in the original.]

So, how did this happen?

 

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Natural Selection
3 minutes ago, pepperonikkid said:

So, how did this happen?

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pepperonikkid

Tenure in schools must be done away with

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger
23 minutes ago, pepperonikkid said:

Tenure in schools must be done away with

All progressivism/communism in the schools and institutions must be done away with as well.

This is above all worse than anything else.

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Bubbajoebob
1 hour ago, pepperonikkid said:

Tenure in schools must be done away with

Tenure has problems, but if tenure is removed, who are the university administrators going to fire? The lefties, or the already rare conservatives and libertarians?

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MontyPython
9 minutes ago, Bubbajoebob said:

Tenure has problems, but if tenure is removed, who are the university administrators going to fire? The lefties, or the already rare conservatives and libertarians?

That's a VERY good point. I can't pretend to have the answer, but I hope somebody does.

B) 

 

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mjperry51
15 minutes ago, Bubbajoebob said:

Tenure has problems, but if tenure is removed, who are the university administrators going to fire? The lefties, or the already rare conservatives and libertarians?

 

4 minutes ago, MontyPython said:

That's a VERY good point. I can't pretend to have the answer, but I hope somebody does.

B) 

 

Removing tenure merely takes the person out of a protected class.

If colleges were held more accountable for results by students, parents, alumni and employers then the rot would need to be purged.

My daughter is starting college this fall, studying business/marketing. I've watched the outcomes of graduates closely for the past year -- they're very good, and the school is highly thought of. Her success is still up to her, but I've connected on LinkedIn with several of the key administrators (including the incoming Dean), so hopefully I'll have an in with any concerns.

It always comes down to accountability. 

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Buckwheat Jones

The answer? Don’t send your kids to college. Send them to trade schools. 

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zurg
On 7/24/2020 at 1:06 PM, Bubbajoebob said:

Tenure has problems, but if tenure is removed, who are the university administrators going to fire? The lefties, or the already rare conservatives and libertarians?

Apparently UNC has found a new, let's say more creative, method, let's call it the retirement-accident route.

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