Schools in US indoctrinating children to hate not only police officers, but America itself

“Our schools are no longer part of the solution, but have become part of the problem. They are indoctrinating our children to hate and distrust not only police officers, but America itself.”

…New teachers were presented with a slide that read: “Definition of Revolution – a forcible overthrow of a government or social order in favor of a new system. How do you see your work as this kind of revolution?”

One presenter talked about the 1967 Newark rioters, the ones who got 26 people killed, hundreds injured, and left a path of looting and destruction that affected thousands of lives for years, as being “part of the revolution” and the National Guardsmen who restored order as “oppressors.”

The teachers broke into small-group “decompression sessions” where the whites among them had to “own up” to their “white privilege.”

Finally, the conference ended with everyone standing in a giant circle with their fists in the air chanting “Love and Revolution” over and over again. (The video records the chant, and it’s definitely as creepy as it sounds.)

Which begs the question, a revolution against who?

…The video ends with the following pertinent questions:

How can this be going on in a public school?

Is the taxpayer really paying $17,000 per student per year to have them indoctrinated with anti police rhetoric?

How can a public school receiving federal funding so blatantly align themselves with the Black Lives Matter movement?

How can someone who is supposed to be non-political so openly promote the Democratic Party and at the same time demonize Donald Trump and mainstream America?

  • veridian

    Black lies do matter and poison American society. At least one brave man is trying to expose their hatred by documenting the hoax of black victimization.

  • VanessaVNZ

    Charter Schools indoctrinate the kids. But parents can do the choosing to avoid the indoctrination. Its up to the parents to decide if they want kids iindoctrinated.

  • Gazza

    Well that is certainly a compelling reason to vote for Trump, that is a disgusting display by educators that are trained and employed by the state to shape the minds of the future….

  • sandalwood789

    Isn’t this *sedition* or subversion?
    Doesn’t the US have laws against sedition?

    Quote – “In law, sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organization, that tends toward insurrection against the established order. Sedition often includes subversion of a constitution and incitement of discontent (or resistance) to lawful authority. ”

    ( Edit – added quote )