Judy Ancel, ever the concerned educator, is quick to ask “You never said anything, did you?”
“No... no... we just downloaded pictures and had them appear throughout the plant”and wouldn’t that be a shame if something should happen to the valuable machinery? Or, he says that another really effective tactic is having groups of his guys begin popping up at the CEO’s grocery store, his church and so forth, and
“We wouldn’t say nothing, just kinda bump into the guy and say ‘Hey, how you doin’... how’s the negotiations going, I hear they’re not going too well...”Giljum continues with a particularly striking part of the days lesson, describing the particular air of understanding and civility this produced
“It got to the point where, the guy became very paranoid, very concerned, when he would walk out into the plant he would wear a flack jacket...”Missouri College Professor Ancel can be heard laughing loudly at that.
Isn’t that just the sort of lesson you want your sons and daughters to learn when they go to college? Isn’t that how you like to see your tax dollars at work? Teaching your children to fine tune the tactics of John Gotti and Al Capone?
No need to be shocked, the movers and shakers in American education have long stated, clearly and publicly, that they intended to use their classrooms, in your educational system, for, as John Taylor Gato notes, “a tool to accomplish political goals “, such as in an early and influential textbook on instructing how teachers should be taught to teach,
In The Great Technology (1933), Harold Rugg elucidated the grand vision:What do you suppose those political goals might be?
A new public mind is to be created. How? Only by creating tens of millions of individual minds and welding them into a new social mind. Old stereotypes must be broken up and "new climates of opinion" formed in the neighborhoods of America.
Through the schools of the world we shall disseminate a new conception of government—one that will embrace all the activities of men, one that will postulate the need of scientific control...in the interest of all people.”
Well, if you’re a Communist, or a sympathizer, those goals, the ones you put in writing (you knows what I'm sayin'?) are:
“Until we win enough support to change the system, communists call for radical reforms under capitalism. We call for nationalization of the banks, railroads, and industries like steel and auto. Everyone who wants to work should be guaranteed a job or get unemployment payments until she/he can find a job. We say put the unemployed to work at union wages on massive public works programs to rebuild our cities, provide affordable housing for the homeless, build mass transit, and clean up the environment!”You, as a parent, paying the way of a child's 'Education' might want to read that as,
“So ah... how dose reforms comin’, eh? I hear they’re not going so well... that’s too bad. Say, that’s a nice looking kid you got there... be a shame if something should happen to them, eh?”Personally, as long as mine don’t go to UMSL or UMKC, I’ll consider myself lucky, and them far more likely to receive an Education - off campus. Sadly I can’t say the same for my tax dollars.
How aboud you?
These people’s goals are, at best, anti-property rights and anti-individual rights, which... unfortunately ultimately means anti all rights, and that means they are anti-American to the core. And they are on the attack. But there's no need to look to the borders for a coming invasion, we've already been invaded, and they didn't need tanks or even coyote's, just our classrooms.
The problem is and was, that we too often forget that we are a nation of ideas, and instead think we're an ordinary nation of geographic boundaries, and so seeing no tanks rolling over the borders, we think all is well. It ain't. And because fundamental philosophical ideas, such as considering Natural Law and Individual Rights to be "nonsense on stilts", are the core of the invasion, there need be no coordinated conspiracy (though there are plenty of small scale plans)... everyone who believes in their ideas, which are the ideas which lead to,
The Communist Party, and all of it's doppelganger's, are violently opposed to Property Rights - that is their common core - and they know very well that without Property Rights, America, and all of the life, liberty and pursuit of happiness you can imagine, vanishes with them.
Your enemy is aware of what it takes to destroy your life. Are you?
As John Adams put it,
“ Property is surely a right of mankind as really as liberty. Perhaps, at first, prejudice, habit, shame or fear, principle or religion, would restrain the poor from attacking the rich, and the idle from usurping on the industrious; but the time would not be long before courage and enterprise would come, and pretexts be invented by degrees, to countenance the majority in dividing all the property among them, or at least, in sharing it equally with its present possessors. Debts would be abolished first; taxes laid heavy on the rich, and not at all on the others; and at last a downright equal division of every thing be demanded, and voted. What would be the consequence of this? The idle, the vicious, the intemperate, would rush into the utmost extravagance of debauchery, sell and spend all their share, and then demand a new division of those who purchased from them. The moment the idea is admitted into society, that property is not as sacred as the laws of God, and that there is not a force of law and public justice to protect it, anarchy and tyranny commence. If “Thou Shalt Not Covet,” and “Thou Shalt Not Steal,” were not commandments of Heaven, they must be made inviolable precepts in every society, before it can be civilized or made free. ”If you live in Missouri, call your representatives and demand than these people be removed from your children’s brains – while you, and they, still have them. Bill Hennessy has a few good suggestions for you to make to your representatives:
It’s a good start. Pick up the phone, get to it.
- Shut down Labor Studies until the department’s been purged of anti-American radicals
- Fire Missouri state employees who invited David Giljam and that communist into classroom
- Apologize to Missouri taxpayers who pay $400 million a year for that university system
- Apologize to the students and their parents who sat through that filth
Oh, and for those of you outside of Missouri, if you think that Missouri is the lonely leading edge in this, you're nutz.