Fascism, Marxism, Communism and Murderous Tyranny On Parade. High School Marches To Marx And Lenin
[TWG – THIS is exactly why we have millions of glassy eyed fascist-loving obama voters today. The schools have successfully BRAINWASHED entire generations of our children into believing that communism, marxism, socialism and FASCISM are ideals for which they should support and defend. Each and every last one of those so-called “educators” need to be in handcuffs, awaiting trial and punishment for their crimes against this Nation, our children and our society as a whole. People wonder why those of us who’ve done our homework on these issues want to abolish the department of “education” and those damned teachers unions. THEY are the reason we now have an anti-American FASCIST MARXIST regime squatting in our White House today. Read the congressional record “COMMUNIST GOALS FOR AMERICA” and start at line number 17 if you want to see how they’ve gotten away with this treasonous activity in our schools. Then read the entire document to see how this once great Nation has been DESTROYED by those evil beasts. If this concerns you, you can also find a plethora of information covering several aspects of the destruction of our “education” system HERE. Read it and weep. McCarthy was absolutely right. We should have rooted those evil vermin out of our country a LONG time ago. Now they’re a festering mass of maggots, eating away at the very foundation of this once great Nation.]
Editor’s note: A version of this piece first appeared at FoxNews.com.
“What do you think of this?” So began a phone call from Todd Starnes of FoxNews radio. Starnes asked me for a comment on a shocking story: A band at a high school near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania performed a halftime show titled, “St. Petersburg 1917,” a musical commemoration of the Bolshevik Revolution, replete with hammers and sickles, military uniforms, and red flags.
“No way,” I responded. “Are you sure this wasn’t a joke, a parody?”
It wasn’t. And parents of the students aren’t laughing.
The superintendent of the school genuinely pleaded innocence. “It’s a representation of the time period in history, called ‘St. Petersburg 1917,’” she said. “I am truly sorry that somebody took the performance in that manner. I am.” She continued: “If anything is being celebrated it’s the music…. I’m just very sorry that it wasn’t looked at as just a history lesson.”
Well, as a history lesson, I give it a giant, red “F.”