Communist Education

by Al Benson Jr.

I recently pulled a book off the shelf that dealt with the life of a “high officer of Soviet Intelligence” who ended up exposing life in the Soviet Union under the merciful and humane hand of the Communists. The book was called The Secret World and was written by Peter Deriabin and Frank Gibney. Deriabin was the one telling about his life in the Soviet Union. The book was published back in 1959. You don’t find very many books nowadays that deal with real life under communism. It’s not considered politically correct in our leftist age to criticize communism in any way, shape, or form.

What struck me was Deriabin’s commentary about how the Communists used the educational system in The Soviet Union to recruit the next generation into participating in the glories of the Communist revolution. It reminded me of some of what we see in our public education system in this country today. Makes you wonder if the current teachers unions took lessons from Lenin and Stalin. They wrote: “The school was a simple one-room proposition with only one teacher regularly assigned, but it was the channel through which the Communists could work most directly on the Russian people. As Moscow tightened its grip on the provinces a parade of Party bosses, Komsomol bosses, and other varieties of youth experts came to visit throughout the school year, giving their very explicit lessons…School and Communism came into Deriabin’s life together and increased their influence all the more proportionately…At the same time, all the praise for good schoolwork and the students’ enthusiasm were funneled into the service of the Party. This indoctrination had its own changes in emphasis. Deriabin’s very first schoolbook began with a noble-looking portrait of Lenin (‘our grandfather Ilich’)…Later editions began with pictures of Lenin and Stalin; then, Stalin held the field by himself.”

The book continued: “The indoctrination had the weight of new learning behind it, and it took. The first buds of idealism were equally directed into Communism’s service. Children glamorized the high-minded talks of their ‘intelligent and educated’ teacher, which contrasted happily with the bread-and-butter ruminations of their ‘illiterate’ parents. At an age where the concept of the group first becomes really attractive to the child, Communist instructors pounded home the futility of individual actions or individual development. Everything was to be done or thought shoulder to shoulder with the brave workers, collective farmers, Komsomol members, Young Pioneers or whatever group happened to be pertinent to the occasion.”

This Young Pioneers group mentioned was interesting. They write: “A good deed for the Pioneers, e.g. informing the teacher about children who still said their prayers, could help a boy’s school record as surely as good marks in school…The immediate job of the Young Pioneers was to visit each others homes and report on which families kept religious images, said prayers, or otherwise behaved in a suspicious manner. Like thousands of other Russian children, Deriabin was told by his teachers that the parents of the village were in error and grossly misled. The Bible was nonsense, written by the popy–Russian slang for priests–and everything in life could be explained by science.” How much different is this than the atmosphere in most of our public schools today.? No Bibles, you can’t even say Jesus’ name except as a cussword, and Darwin’s theory of evolution explains everything.

The book observed: “The godless campaign was only a tactic in the basic strategy of the Soviet school: to detach the students from the influence of their parents and re-create them as wards of the state.” And how much of that goes on in our public schools today? The election in Virginia last year for governor was between a socialist Democrat who basically said parents should have no influence over what happens in the school and a conservative Republican who felt parents should have some say. The Republican won handily. But there are lots of Educrats around who feel that parental involvement crimps their style. They can’t indoctrinate their students well enough in leftist propaganda if Mom and Dad are watching what goes on. One teacher I mentioned recently in an article said to someone: “I have 180 days to make them (his students) revolutionaries.” You can imagine what he meant by that!

To all intents and purposes, our public schools have been taken over by communist ideologues. You can’t reason with them or have any real dialogue with them because they have an agenda they go by and they will not be diverted from it. All you can do is to get your kids out of it. Parents who refuse to put up with this leftist indoctrination program can find better ways to educate your children. All teachers are not evil people, but those that are evil go a long way toward neutralizing the good that some teachers try to do.

We now get the same kind of propaganda in our public schools that the Russian kids got in their schools in the 1920 and 30s, although it has been working up to that for a long time here, going way back into the 1800s. Rev. R. J. Rushdoony called the public schools “a subversive movement.” He was right!


Things To Dispense With For Educational Freedom

by Al Benson Jr.

I can recall, thinking back years ago now, that my friend and Mentor. Pastor Ennio Cugini, had talked about what needed to be done to ensure real educational freedom in this country. He mentioned two specific things I still remember. He said that you needed to get rid of compulsory attendance laws in the various states. At one point, years ago, the state of Mississippi had done that, but somewhere along the line that got changed so that Mississippi became just like the other states.

I had never heard of anyone else that advocated that except Pastor Cugini. He was ahead of his time, as he was on many other issues. It was and still is a fact that the majority of the property tax in most states goes to find the public schools. I’ve seen some people’s property tax bills here and there and almost without exception, somewhere between two thirds and three quarters of the property tax they paid went to fund the public schools. Pastor Cugini advocated that only those who use the public schools should have to pay this and not everyone else. I agree with him–and neither of us was a big fan of the property tax.

The property tax shows you who really owns the property you live on. Fail to pay the property tax and government at some level can take “your” property away from you. The prevailing theory here is that government really owns it all and the property tax you pay is your yearly rent for the use of some of it.

But, in regard to education, I ran across an article on for back on April 2, 2019 by Kerry McDonald that took compulsory schooling laws to task. McDonald is a senior education editor at FEE, with an ME in education from Harvard. She wrote: “Someone asked me recently if I could wave a magic wand and do one thing to improve American education what would it be. Without hesitation, I replied: ‘Eliminate state compulsory schooling statutes. Stripping the state of its power to define and control education under a legal threat of force is a necessary step in pursuit of education freedom and parental empowerment…While it’s true that some parents may have access to government schooling alternatives, many states require private schools to receive authorization in order to operate…Homeschoolers in most states must comply with state or local reporting mandates that is some areas require homeschoolers to take standardized tests or meet state-determined curriculum requirements. Those hoops are for those lucky enough to jump out of compulsory mass schooling.'”

McDonald went into the history of compulsory attendance laws somewhat as she noted: “Indeed, between 1820 and 1840, Boston’s population more than doubled, and most of these newcomers were poor Irish Catholic immigrants escaping Ireland’s deadly potato famine. They challenged the dominant Anglo-Saxon norms of the time, prompting many state leaders to lobby for a new compulsory schooling statute that would mandate children’s attendance in state-controlled public schools.” One editor wrote in 1851 that: “Nothing can operate effectually here but stringent legislation, thoroughly carried out by an efficient police; the children must be gathered up and forced into school ,and those who resist or impede this plan, whether parents or priests, must be held accountable and punished.” Sounds like Massachusetts was operating on the premise that the children belonged to the state rather than to the parents. We have similar situations today all across the country.

And so McDonald concludes that: “The first step to restore education freedom and empower parents with choice and opportunity for their children is to eliminate compulsory schooling laws that authorize state control of education. States could still require cities and towns to provide public schools to those who want them, but the power to compel parents to send their children there would disappear. In its place, a decentralized network of educational opportunities (including, but not limited to, various types of schooling) would unfold, fueled by visionary parents, educators, and entrepreneurs. Parents, not the state, would decide how and when their children are educated…Education freedom begins when government compulsion ends.” I think she’s right on the money. After all, the kids belong to their parents as God ordained it, and not to the state as man tries to ordain it.

Beware “More Convincing COVID Vaxx Narratives”

by Al Benson Jr.

Whenever the Rockefeller Foundation ends up promoting something you have a right (and a duty) to be suspicious. It was in this light that I read an article on for August 28th. I will just give you bits and pieces of the article, hopefully enough so you will check the original out yourself.

The author, Tyler Durden, begins with: “In yet another sign that the covid vaccination agenda of globalist institutions did not do quite as well as they had originally hoped, the Rockefeller Foundation has revealed that it (along with other non-profits) has been pumping millions of dollars into a behavioral science project meant to figure out why large groups of people around the world refuse to take the jab. The ‘Mercury Project’ is a collective of behavioral scientists formed by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), a non-profit group which receives considerable funding from globalist organizations and governments. The stated goals of the project are rather non-specific, using ambiguous language and mission statements. However, the root intentions appear to be focused on using behavioral psychology and mass psychology elements to understand the global resistance to the recent covid compliance efforts.” In other words, they want to know why people are not taking the vaccine when all the pro-vaccine propaganda the globalists have put out there says they should be.

The Mercury Project has certain points they want to emphasize. They want to: “Conduct literacy training for secondary school students in partnership with local authorities to help students identify Covid-19 vaccine mis information.” I assume this means they will start a new purge against vaccine information that is alternative to the accepted party line. Their next point is a real dandy. They say “Equipping trusted messengers with communication strategies to increase Covid-19 vaccination demand.” So they want increased demand for the vaccine. Why???

Durden notes; “In other words, their focus is propaganda, propaganda and propaganda. The very basis of the existence of the Mercury Project presupposes that individuals cannot be trusted to make up their own minds about the information they are exposed to, and that they must be molded to accept the mainstream narrative. It also presupposes that mainstream or establishment information is always trustworthy and unbiased.” What a laugh! The last thing establishment information is, is unbiased. Its bias is always to the left and this is becoming more and more apparent to more people, which may be one reason the establishment vaccine quota is not doing well.

And Durden wonders: “Why the Mercury Project feels the need to compose vaccine propaganda for a virus with a mere 0.23% median infection fatality Rate is not explained…Why are globalist groups so obsessed with 100% vaccination for covid? This is never explained.” He also observes: “They will say it’s all about saving lives, but if only 0.23% of people on average are at risk, regardless of whether they are vaccinated or not, then public health is not really a believable explanation. It would seem that the Mercury Project’s purpose is more about influencing people to vaccinate despite the science rather than in the name of science.” So why are they trying to get people to get this vaccination if this is not a real health problem? Seems like there may be some sort of ulterior motive they don’t dare to let us in on because if they did the vaccinations would cease overnight. What do you suppose that ulterior motive could be???

What Is Fauci’s Role In The Pandemic?

by Al Benson Jr.

I have followed Anthony Fauci’s career somewhat since this planned pandemic started. I know he was a big Hillary Clinton supporter and wrote her with gushing praise for what she did. There were copies of a couple of the notes on the internet awhile back. It was enough to gag a maggot!

Now Fauci has resigned his elevated position in Sodom on the Potomac, to take effect in December–right after the midterm elections. It seems he is a bit concerned that the Republicans might do well and he is afraid if they take back either the House on the Senate he will be investigated for his role in the pandemic. Let me state here that his role should be investigated. Senator Rand Paul, a doctor before he was a senator, has promised that much.

Quoted on Rand Paul said: “Dr. Fauci misled the American people on public health guidance throughout the pandemic, lied to Congress under oath, and funneled tax dollars to fund dangerous research in communist China. The American people deserve transparency and accountability from the NIH regarding the COVID 19 pandemic, regardless of Dr. Fauci’s future employment status.” As popular as Fauci is with the socialist left, he could probably get a job as a medical advisor at CNN. They’ve certainly interviewed him enough.

The Renewed Right article continued: “Paul has accused Fauci of using the NIH to fund dangerous gain-of-function research at the lab in Wuhan, China. To help researchers better understand how to control it, gain-of-function research engineers a virus to make it more deadly. Paul is calling for an investigation into Fauci’s role in funding gain-of-function research and the origin of the virus. Potential evidence from the NIH could blow the lid on Fauci’s role in the origin of the pandemic.”

If the Republicans wake up enough to try to prevent fraud in the upcoming midterms than Rand Paul might get his chance to investigate Fauci. But I’m willing to bet there are some Establishment Republicans that won’t want Fauci investigated anymore than the socialist Democrats do. It almost seems like Fauci has held his position since about three weeks after the Spanish American War ended. He is definitely an establishment icon. Therefore the Deep State members of both parties will want to go easy on him no matter how egregious his activities regarding the pandemic have been.

So we will just have to wait and see how much potential fraud shows up in the midterms and whether the Republicans really care. I know some do, but are there really enough of them to make a difference?

Brief Comments About COVID Shots

by Al Benson Jr.

There are many commentaries about these vaccinations for Covid 19, aka the Chinese Virus. Those that are opposed to these shots are labeled as “conspiracy theorists” and the Deep State apparatus tries to shut them down lest people listen to them and start to make their own decisions about what to do. The Deep State apparatus does not want people making up their own minds in this area because of the information they have heard or seen.

My wife and I both got the shots. Had we known more at the time we probably would not have. Since then I have talked to nurses who said even if you had the shots it would not keep you from getting the Chinese Virus again. So my logical question at this point is–if the shots don’t keep you from getting it again then what is the purpose of the shots? If people who have not had the shots get it and people who have had the shots get it, then what purpose do the shots have? Seems they really don’t do all that much in the way of prevention, so why bother? And if the shots are ineffective against Covid–then just what is their purpose? I doubt the establishment will ever answer that question–they will just keep pushing the shots at people–and so you have to wonder what the purpose of those shots are. Obviously they are not to cure Covid. Then they must have some other purpose.

Recently someone sent me a short article from by Alex Newman. I’m going to quote the whole thing I was sent here. This is from April of last year. Mr. Newman wrote: “In this interview with The New American magazine Senior Editor Alex Newman, the internationally renowned Dr. Peter McCullough–the doctor with the most citations in the National Library of Medicine on these topics–warned that the COVID shot was already causing thousands of deaths and tens of thousands of hospitalizations that have been recorded. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg, he warned. In normal circumstances, 50 deaths reported to VAERS would result in a drug being taken off the market immediately. In the case of the COVID shots, thousands have already been reported, and yet the mass vaccination programs continue to be pushed. Dr. McCullough, a professor of medicine who developed a globally acclaimed and highly successful COVID treatment protocol, also emphasized that there have been many unneccessary deaths as a result of policy decisions made at various levels of government.”

So whose purpose do the mass vaccinations serve? Are they just out there so drug companies can garner big bucks for their product? Or is there yet another purpose in addition to that? The establishment will never answer these questions. And when they try to divert or deflect from these questions–I guess you can pretty well figure what the answers are.

Conspiracy, Assassination, And Reconstruction

by Al Benson Jr.

Karl Marx, in his commentary about Lincoln claimed that Lincoln was fighting for “the rescue of an enchained race and the reconstruction of a social world.” Anyone who has studied Lincoln knows he was a racist and really did not care about the slavery issue except as a crutch he could use to beat the South over the head with. The last part of Marx’s statement is the really critical part–“the reconstruction of a social world.” I always found it interesting that when the Union was going to govern the South after the war they called it “reconstruction.” What the Union did to the South was exactly what Marx advocated.

There was lots of conspiratorial activity in the background, going all the way back beyond the Lincoln assassination. As background, Arthur R. Thompson, in his book To the Victor Go the Myths and Monuments, deals with the Lincoln assassination. He notes: “There was a great deal of evidence that the Confederate Secret Service was involved in the plot against Lincoln, at least the original plan, which was to kidnap Lincoln and hold him for some kind of ransom to either free Confederate prisoners or to end the war under favorable terms. Apparently the original idea of the Confederacy was to kidnap the president and hold him for ransoming tens of thousands of Confederate prisoners . Booth initially attempted such a plot, but circumstances made the attempt impossible. Abduction would have helped the Confederacy and their cause. Assassination helped the Conspiracy.” The conspiracy he refers to here is the one started in Germany in the 1700s, the Illuminati, and which, under a variety of names, continued into the 1800s and still continues to this day. It should be noted here that in the 1800s the abduction of an enemy head of state was considered a legitimate tactic of war, whereas assassination was beyond the pale.

And there was evidence to believe that some in the Union were involved in Lincoln’s assassination. Mr. Thompson observed that: “The movements of Lincoln and those surrounding him were well known to Booth, demonstrating that Booth had to have had a number of people working to feed the information to him through some organization that extended inside the Union government. For instance, Booth knowing the countersign at the Anacostia Bridge over which he made his escape. Another indication Booth had inside information relative to the movement and schedule of Lincoln was that Booth seemed to know which people were invited to attend events with Lincoln…In George Atzerodt’s confession, he mentions that Booth told him that if he did not get Lincoln the ‘New York crowd’ would. Booth also stated more than once that there were between 50 and 100 people involved in the plot. This is not as implausible as it may sound. Recall that the John Brown conspiracy involved scores of people that were never brought to justice. Booth, as is the case with most assassins, also kept a diary…” But that is yet another story. In the John Brown situation some of the conspirators were a group known as “the Secret Six” who were mostly Unitarian bigwigs. None of this group paid for their part in Brown’s debacle at Harpers Ferry.

We often forget, with the apotheosis of Lincoln, that Andrew Johnson and William Seward were also scheduled to be assassinated, which of course did not work out. Mr. Thompson reminds us that “Had all of the assassinations been carried out, America would be a very different place today. Not only would those who assumed power–either legally or de facto–have been different, but the feelings against the Southern people would have been even more broad, deep and vituperative. Wiping out the top three in the federal government would have been used to justify anything the Radicals desired–not only over the South, but over the North as well. Radicals in power never allow a crisis to go unused in building power.” One of Obama’s good buddies, Rahm Emanuel, reminded people “Never let a crisis go to waste.” if you will remember.

Mr. Thompson also reiterated that: “Those who were not immediately exposed among the small, insignificant group surrounding Booth were allowed to walk free. One has to ask why, and what these people knew that the authorities did not want exposed to the public by open trial.”

I have often wondered over the years why the government was soon keen on making sure Mary Surrat was among those hanged for Lincoln’s killing. I’ve even written about it and others have written books proclaiming her innocence, yet someone in the government wanted to make sure she hung rather than just going to prison. So I have often wondered–what did Mary Surrat know and when did she know it? And then there was Assistant Secretary of War Thomas Eckert who visited conspirator Lewis Powell in prison and questioned him. Afterward Eckert said: “All I can say about this is, that you have not got the one half of them.” So what did Eckert know? Alot of conspiracy went on at this time that will never make it into the “history” books because those who control much of the Deep State conspiracy going on in this country also control what makes it into our history books and what gets left out that they think they are better off if we don’t know about most of what really happened. So much for educational objectivity.

The South As The Usual Whipping Boy

by Al Benson Jr.

A friend of mine from Alabama recently sent a letter to the editor of a “news” paper in his area. I don’t know if it got printed or will get printed but in it he made some very appropriate comments that I thought deserved some attention.

He stated, quite accurately, that: “Since 1865 the South has been made America’s whipping boy when it comes to the issue of slavery. Politicians today still use the ‘victimhood’ of slavery on their black constituents to get their votes and gain or hold power over them…I intend to point out a few of the many instances where the North shares guilt over slavery,…The Triangle Trade was about New England shipping companies buying black slaves from their black captors on the coast of the present day African country of Ghana, transporting them back to New England ports and selling them to buyers in both the north and south. The Province of Rhode Island was officially referred to as Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and for good reason, because that is exactly what it was–a plantation.” Your “history” books naturally left this out, but I know a little about it because I grew up in nearby Massachusetts, about a mile from the Rhode Island state line.

I think the state of Rhode Island changed the official name a few years back and took the “plantations” part of the state title out because it sounded too much like what the state had actually been–a big plantation–and that was not politically correct.

I read a book a few years ago written by three reporters from a Hartford, Connecticut newspaper that was about how the north actually profited from and promoted slavery. I don’t imagine that book made them too many friends among the politically correct, but it told the truth.

No one condones slavery. However, when passing around the usual liberal guilt trip for it there is more than enough guilt to go around both in the north and the south. So why don’t the “history” books mention that? You know why. The North won the War of Northern Aggression so naturally their complicity in the slavery question has been expunged from the record. Out of sight out of mind.

I’ve been asking a question for years now that has been studiously been ignored and I expect others have asked it as well. If the North fought the war to abolish slavery as many so-called “history” books inform us then why didn’t the North abolish slavery first in those slave states that remained, for one reason or another, tied to the Union? If abolition was the North’s true intent, shouldn’t they have done that? Yet they didn’t. When West Virginia seceded from Virginia to remain in the Union she entered the Union as a slave state, not a free state.

There were 429,000 slaves in states in Lincoln’s indestructible Union who were kept in bondage until the 15th Amendment freed them after Lincoln’s death. I’m still waiting for an answer as to why they were not freed first if freeing the slaves was the reason for fighting the war. Guess I shouldn’t hold my breath waiting for an answer because that is another of those questions the politically correct will ignore, right?

That Thoroughly, Completely Honest 2020 election

by Al Benson Jr.

I realize it’s not considered quite kosher to question the unblemished results of the 2020 election. President Trump did and now they are trying to shut him up permanently and calling the Jan 6th debacle the worst thing since the Civil War. To which I say “horse feathers.” I have read enough since that tainted election to realize that those who questioned it had more than just cause.

One more nail in the “honest” election coffin showed up on on August 23rd. The headline for that read: “Georgia Ballot Harvester Turns State’s Evidence…Blows 2020 Election Wide Open.” The article states: “Ballot harvesting is illegal in Georgia and True The Vote has a video of hundreds of harvesters dumping backpacks full of votes into the boxes paid for by Mark Zuckerberg. Georgia isn’t alone. True The Vote claims they have evidence the same thing was done in other swing states. True The Vote has now turned over the name of the ballot harvester who is talking and he says that he was paid thousands of dollars to harvest votes in the Atlanta area. They have also given the corrupt Brad Raffensperger a copy of the videos of ballots being dumped by the knapsack full. In all, they have videos of 240 people who made trips to several boxes to dump votes. We don’t know exactly what evidence the whistleblower has turned over to Raffensperger, but he will not be able to cover it up like he has done so much of in the past because True The Vote has it all.”

The article also stated: “The witness said that the ballot harvesting was done during the November 3rd election and during the runoffs as well. This could affect the Senate elections as well. Perdue barely missed getting 50% in the general election and this could have cost him his seat…”

This looks to be an important issue but I look for the prostitute press to totally ignore it as they have so many other important issues and the RINO politicians in most states that may have been involved in this along with Georgia will definitely try to pretend it didn’t happen and doesn’t exist.

Donald Trump, if he runs again in 2024 (which the establishment is working to make sure doesn’t happen) needs to realize that he has almost as many adversaries in the Republican Party as he does amongst the socialist Democrats. He, and we, should realize that you can’t trust any politician just because they have an R in back of their name on the ballot. The true history of the Republican Party since its inception has not been one of conservatism.

There are a lot of good folks running as Republicans. But, there are a lot of rotten ones as well and you need to follow their voting records on important issues much more than just what they say when they are at home spinning windies about how “conservative” they are–when they really ain’t!

I don’t pretend to know how this flap about the 2020 election will turn out. All the “right people” are studiously trying to ignore it, which means they wanted Biden in office–legally or otherwise. And if, by some miracle, Trump should run again and win, you can bet they will spend his entire four years in office criticizing every aspect of his life–from what he had for breakfast this morning to whatever legislation he promotes. How many recognize that eating donuts for breakfast might be an impeachable offense if your name is Trump?

More From The Public School Snakepit

by Al Benson Jr.

There seems almost no end to the total weirdness now going on in public schools, or maybe depravity would be a more fitting term. I recently came across an article by a Ben Johnson who is a senior reporter at The Washington Stand. Mr. Johnson noted in an article on for August 16th that: “State universities indoctrinate future teachers in controversial transgender, racial, and political theories–and instruct them to teach these principles to children beginning in preschool, a new report has found.”

And he quoted the report’s author, Will Flanders, when he said, in an interview, “There’s a huge amount of liberal indoctrination going on…We found it across every public university in the state that has an education program.”

Johnson told us: Flanders, the research director at the Wisconsin Institute for Law &, Liberty did research of records across “…all public universities in Wisconsin that teach education. He and co-author Dylan Palmer asked for the syllabus, assignments, and reading list for education courses–the classes future teachers needed to pass in order to teach in the state’s public schools. The 44-page report found that many of these courses begin by defining biblical morality as beyond the pale…” Nothing like prejudicing your captive audience against biblical truth right at the beginning is there?

And Johnson tells us: “Once the university changes students’ personal morality, it instructs them to begin introducing radical gender theory to children as young as three. At UW-Whitewater, students read a chapter titled ‘Jusr Another Gay Day in the Campus Three-Year-Old Room,’ which tells students to include LGBTQ ‘lessons with a three-year-old day care center. At UW-Green Bay, would-be pedagogues must read the book Safe Is Not Enough: Better Schools for LGBTQ Students by Michael Sadowski, which the report explains ‘argues that teachers must bring conversation about gender and sexual identity into the classroom, encourage advocacy, and foster the LGBTQ identification of young students’.”

Johnson informs us that: “These criteria mean that teachers will be ‘discussing racial politics, gender politics, sexual identity, transgenderism, ahistorical anti-American history, and culturally revolutionary ideas with children as young as five or six years old,’ according to the report, which was produced by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty.”

So you have to ask yourself, if you have a child who wants to be a public school teacher, is this type of educational propaganda what you want them to learn to teach? Is any of this stuff fit content for future teachers to have to pass along to students, especially students of a tender age? This kind of stuff is not real education. It is rank leftist indoctrination being foisted off on both future teachers and students as education. You almost feel like asking what foreign power these teachers colleges are working for. But then, if you have done some homework, you realize that the anti-American cabal that seized control of our government well over 100 years ago, is responsible for the anti-biblical and anti-American thrust of what students are and have been learning in “our” public schools for more decades than most of us have been alive.

Don’t even think about “reforming” the public schools! Trying to do that is akin to dumping a cup of water into the Gulf of Mexico to raise the water level. Parents need to remove their kids from the public school system and keep them out. I just read an interesting article the other day that stated that they expect the enrollment in public schools for the upcoming year to drop by 4%. On the face of it that may not seem like a lot, but then, 4% amounts to two million kids! That’s two million less kids the government schools get to brainwash in the coming year–and that is cause for rejoicing.

“Segregation Today, Segregation Tomorrow”–At Least In Berkely, California

by Al Benson Jr.

It would seem that the descendants and inheritors of the “Civil Rights” movement have turned the supposed goal of that movement completely on its head. We have been told for decades now that the Civil Rights movement promoted racial integration–in housing, in education, in transportation, and all the rest.

Now we are finding that the intellectual midgets that inherited the legacy of that movement are, in the name of civil rights, busily promoting–you guessed it–segregation! Two recent articles come to mind in this regard. Just last week I read an article the teachers union in Minneapolis, Minnesota that endorsed a contract that will allow white teachers to be fired first in the event that dismissing teachers becomes necessary. No firings on the basis of bad performance, rather firings on the basis of skin color. It would seem that, in Minneapolis, it doesn’t pay to be a school teacher–especially if you are white! Can you imagine the outcry if a contract like that specified the firing first of black school teachers. The media outcry would be heard from here to Mars, but because it’s white teachers being discriminated against–well, hey, no problem. One has to wonder if this is the logical outcome of what we were told was a “Civil Rights” movement?

And then, in Berkeley, California, we see the same miniscule mentality in operation. An article on by Maggie Flavin tells us that: “The Person of Color Theme House,’ an off-campus co-op for students at the University of California-Berkely requires students to declare their race when signing in and has reportedly banned white guests from entering common areas of the house. While the housing is not campus operated, it manages to fit right in with Berkeley’s atmosphere…But the ‘rules’ which were leaked on social media have caused outrage–with many people slamming the restrictions as ‘racist’ as others came forward and revealed their experience living in the co-op. One mixed-race Reddit user, who claimed to have lived in the house, said that their ‘presence as a light skinned person was not received well.’ They said house members called them slurs and they were ‘not allowed to let my dad enter the house because he’s white.’ The Berkeley community has a history of pandering to woke issues and cancelling those they disagree with. In 2020 they opened a second student center catering to illegal student aliens. Berkely is not a friendly place for those who don’t conform.”

So much for love, diversity, inclusion and integration, and all the rest of that political offal they peddle to the uninitiated. It seems to me that anyone wanting to attend a school with that kind of atmosphere must have a screw loose somewhere. If this is the sort of thing promoted by the “Civil Rights” movement, which had lots of Communists in it, was the movement really a “hate whitey” vehicle or something to divide the races from one another and create animosity between them?

It seems now, in tvhe name of “equity” they are saying to whites “When it comes to jobs, housing, or anything worthwhile–no whites need apply–all the good stuff is forever reserved for people of color and you don’t qualify.”

It seems we have reached the era of George Orwell with a certainty–slavery is freedom, less is more, integration is really segregation, etc. Or, maybe we are, if we will bother to look, being shown something from the book of Isaiah the prophet, chapter 5:20-23, “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!…Which justify the wicked for reward, and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him!” That remind you of anyone in Washington today?

The end for such people, unless they repent and turn to the Lord, will not be pleasant to behold. Let us hope this might be a word to the (wise).