Union Teachers Explain How to Push Marxism in the Classroom

Union Teachers Explain How to Push Marxism in the Classroom

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Sarah Knopp, a Los Angeles teachers union leader (in the Tax the Rich shirt) and Megan Behrent a New York City teacher affiliated with the International Socialist Organization, explain how to push Marxism in the public school classroom.

  • nicedeb

    The Tax the Rich teacher is frustrated because they spend so much time in classroom with their social justice crap and "empowering students"… um, hello? I'm frustrated, too. How about teaching reading, writing and arithmetic, and leave the left-wing indoctrination at home.

    Where are these teachers teaching? The Frankfurt School?

    • http://www.theminorityreportblog.com/ Steven Foley

      Exactly, while American students continue to lag way behind those of the rest of the world in reading, writing and arithmetic… our teachers are more concerned with pushing a failed philosophy that has only ever led to massive death!

      Way to go!

      • Mal

        A reply to both of you. Actually no, Americans are falling behind because they do not value their education systems, they underpay their teachers, and they engage in the miserable form of drivel you two seem to feel is argument. Incidentally Nicedeb, if you had any brains, and were in any way capable of reading, you would know that the Frankfurt School were quite heterodox in their beliefs and included anticommunist philosophers who had read Marx and Nietszche. But I know that you aren't interested in such things as knowledge, are you!

  • quato

    "a failed philosophy that has only ever led to massive death"
    Yeah, like the Nazis were like, total socialists, right? And like, people in France that don't have to pay for health care are totally massively gonna die.

    Open your mind, Quaid!

    Capitalism is totally cool because it has only ever served to help and benefit all of us with practices such as: hiring idiots to work on oil rigs; eradicating American production lines in favor of Indonesian slave labor; forcing taxpayers to buy worthless loans while shortchanging disabled military veterans that were "only ever" used as personal corporate mercenaries.

    Get your ass to Mars

    • http://blog.stixblog.com Stix

      Yes because Socialism has worked so great for the millions that died under the Soviet Union, China, Cuba and the rest of the Socialist World.

      And Yes the NAZIS were Socialist.

    • http://www.theminorityreportblog.com/ Steven Foley

      Though the Total Recall references are amusing they, with your assertion, are completely off-base.

      You see, those that suffer the disease that is modern liberalism have an inability to see reality for what it is and as such see flaws in our system as gross inadequacies that can only be solved by a nanny state government.

      And yes Nazis were like, total socialists, right? RIGHT! what part of Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers' Party) didn't you understand?

      As for your examples:

      Capitalism is totally cool because it has only ever served to help and benefit all of us with practices such as: hiring idiots to work on oil rigs; eradicating American production lines in favor of Indonesian slave labor; forcing taxpayers to buy worthless loans while shortchanging disabled military veterans that were "only ever" used as personal corporate mercenaries.

      Are both sophomoric and actually more in line with the result of over-regulation and hybrid socio-capitalism than what you were trying to portray capitalism as…. but nice try!

  • http://www.facebook.com/disneyr disneyr

    Capitalism is not perfect but it is the best system yet discovered to get large groups of strangers to work toward mutual benefit and results in the most prosperity for the most people yet possible.

    Capitalism is also the most conducive to individual liberty and enables people to best make their own choices without dependence on feudalistic government patronage. That is why Collectivists don't like Capitalism because it liberates individuals from the control of central planning.