Teachers in Portland Public Schools are being given an indoctrination guide called “Planning to Change The World – A Plan Book For Social Justice Teachers.”
At $18.00 a piece, with 3500 teachers, they stand to make a cool $63,000 for this indoctrination propaganda.
This Cultural Marxist brainwashing book, published by Rethinking Schools, includes all of the madness that you would expect from left wing nuts, and far, far more.
They praise homosexual murdering Communist Che Guevara, feature the Communist & racist, black nationalist Black Panther founders, promote Islam, and encourage students to embrace Communism.
There’s even an entire section to help teachers indoctrinate students to stop using “offensive and oppressive” terms such as “boy and girl”, so they will embrace all 73 imaginary and non-existent genders the left have created.
These are designed to indoctrinate kids from Kindergarten on up.
The planners feature anniversaries and special dates that can serve as instructional guides for the classroom. Here are some selections from the planner:
They start off by paying homage to PETA founder Alexander Fernando Pacheco, and teachers are encouraged to ask students how they feel about using animals in science experiments.
Then they launch right into promoting islam, by specifically mentioning the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.
Then they take a quote from activist Pervez Musharraf: “Islam teaches tolerance, not hatred; universal brotherhood, not enmity; peace, and not violence,” while also asking students to ponder what eco-feminism is.
To end August, they feature Black Panther founder Fred Hampton’s birthday and a quote from him.
As September starts, they celebrate the anniversary of the founding of North Korea.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone who follows extreme leftist organizations, for September 11th, they make no mention of terrorist attacks. But they do list the islamic holiday of Muharram starting on September 11th.
They celebrate the founding of Iran as an Islamic republic, make special mention of the Association Of Raza Educators conference in L.A, for April, they encourage students to “demand gun control,” and of course they celebrate Roe v. Wade.
To celebrate July 4th, they quote a Sioux author “The White man must no longer project his fears and insecurities onto other groups, races and countries. Before the White man can relate to others he must forgo the pleasure of defining them.”
So this is what your education tax dollars are going toward.
You can reach Portland Public Schools superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero at (503) 916-3200.
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In doing some more digging into this, we found that the indoctrination plot has been going on for far longer than what is happening at Portland. See the video below.
But if you thought indoctrination ended after High School, you were wrong. A professor at a university in Colorado has assigned books that criticize President Trump as required reading material for her class.
Campus Reform received the syllabus for the course, “Topics in Public Rhetorics,” from a student who wished to remain anonymous.
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs course is taught by professor Katherine Mack, who is also the chair of the university’s English department.
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The required reading material reportedly claims that people should challenge the “Trump effect” and also label the president’s supporters as prejudiced against minority groups.
Grace Gottschling reported that Mack’s syllabus ironically advises students to “never demean, belittle, devalue, or otherwise put down others for their comments, questions, experiences, or ideas.”
Campus Reform Media Director Cabot Phillips said Saturday that conservative students in the class will likely be intimidated and less likely to speak up.
“If you’re an 18-year-old college student, or 20-year-old college student coming into class, you’ve already had this required reading. You know exactly what your professor thinks of you if you’re conservative,” he said on “Fox & Friends.”
Gottschling also reported that Mack’s syllabus states students are required to discuss liberal-leaning pieces.
“[Professors] know that they can push this rhetoric and there won’t ever be consequences,” Phillips added. “People rarely hold them accountable.”
In a statement, the Chancellor Venkat Reddy said of the course that the university “will continue to be committed to the principles of free speech, academic freedom and respect for diverse viewpoints.”
Todd Piro also said Saturday that the course is attempting to indoctrinate and silence speech.
“This is next-level stuff,” he said.
James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
September 3rd, 2018