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Home Front: Culture Wars
The Zinns of Revised History
[Ileana Johnson] Elementary school students learn their first version of history from their College of Education licensed teachers. Some deliberately change historical facts to match their social engineering agenda or are too ignorant and lazy to research on their own and thus do not care what damage they inflict on their charges as long as nobody gets physically hurt while in their care and everybody has breakfast, preferably at the taxpayer expense. Once their minds are made up, nothing can change their reality - it becomes the solid rock chiseled by water over millennia.

Parents may be either too busy to check the validity and veracity of what their children learn in school, may agree with the teacher’s activism, or may themselves be ignorant and unmotivated to do anything about it, not caring that their kids’ minds will be forever imprinted with misinformation and social justice drivel. Very young students look at their teachers in awe as the ultimate arbiters of truth.

Middle school students may or may not escape the deliberate indoctrination, depending on how involved some parents are in their children’s homework and school and on how much information students bring home at the end of the day or discuss with their parents.

Middle school students may ask their teachers more difficult questions, depending on their personality and the teacher’s eagerness to answer inconvenient queries from Johnny who happens to be disruptive to her pre-prepared lesson plans pulled from the state-approved curriculum and textbooks.

By high school students have been exposed to a barrage of misinformation from various teachers who may or may not have had a personal socialist agenda, but they were using Common Core textbooks which emphasized collectivism and Islam to the detriment of Christianity and American history facts.

The textbooks used today around the country are almost exclusively Howard Zinn’s version of history published in 1980, A People’s History of the United States. Howard Zinn, a native of Brooklyn, New York, considered himself a radical. The 729-page book is overloaded with manufactured history told from the revised perspective of the downtrodden and the exploited. I am familiar with this heavy-handed indoctrination as our textbooks when I was growing up presented history from the Communist Party’s collectivist perspective.

According to Zinn’s book and other Common Core approved textbooks, America is a land of brutal racism and oppression of the downtrodden but economically is a great place because wealth was stolen from the slaves who made this abundance possible. It is our duty to pay reparations to black people whose ancestors were forced into slavery when they were sold to white men by their tribal brethren in Africa.
Posted by:Besoeker

#8  Remember. People who died in the twin towers on 9/11 "had it coming." Angry bearded red head kid at Ohio voting station who voted for Koo-sin-itch and Kay-Sick said so. Loose Change.
Posted by: M. Murcek   2019-09-30 12:01  

#7  World History as it's taught isn't so bad, but US History is a carnival of absurd revisionism and identity politics nonsense.

WWII is taught as a story of brutal persecution of Japanese Americans, D-Day and Guadalcanal and Midway disappear down the Memory Hole, Communism is a footnote... a total shitshow.
Posted by: Lex   2019-09-30 11:32  

#6  I'm starting to wonder more and more if Common core was some attempt to break the natural logical thinking in students that couldn't be shut down by the propoganda.
Posted by: ruprecht   2019-09-30 10:33  

#5  If the truth will set you free, this type of propaganda is bondage.
Posted by: M. Murcek   2019-09-30 07:37  

#4  Strange how come over 30 million illegals sought to come to such an oppressive racist society.
Posted by: Procopius2k   2019-09-30 07:36  

#3  Everybody (whose opinion maters) knows that mathematics is sexist.
Posted by: g(r)omgoru   2019-09-30 05:32  

#2  So that the instructors could understand it?
Posted by: Skidmark   2019-09-30 05:26  

#1  In my son's school they managed to revise mathematics.
Posted by: g(r)omgoru   2019-09-30 05:08