IF anything, regular readers (from across the globe) know that they can depend upon this site to tell the unvarnished truth, come what may. Yes, it is this “take no prisoners” stand which has won accolades from other pundits across the conservative (and patriotic) side of the spectrum, as well as gained the trust of others who “operate in the shadows.” At the same time, this truth-telling has placed a bull’s-eye (literally) on this face, to the degree that Islamists, in tandem with fascist-leftist helpmates, co-opted my pic from Facebook – circulating it across the internet, for starters – to intimidate this voice into silence. How’s that working out??
BE that as it may, by extrapolation, it can no longer be denied: while their insidious thrust toward the kiddies is reaching maximum peak, it is also the case that so-called conservative leaders (elected and non-elected) have been beyond negligent – and to the nth degree. An everlasting shame.
BUT first things first.
IN this respect, what other outcome should have been expected when, over the years, nary a single conservative politician, think tank, or respected community/cultural leader dived in to create a counterweight as heavy-duty push-back and attendant blockage? Not only that, where was their hue and cry (again, over many decades) re the co-option of the nation’s public schools of (mis)education; a system which, as of late, can’t even tolerate the fact that some students excel, while others lag behind. Thus, the dumbing-down for “diversity” sake – as a handful of specialized, high-achieving schools are in the midst of deconstruction to mirror a socialist paradigm! Unbearably, New York City’s chief commissar, Marxist Mayor Bill de Blasio, has his hammer/sickle-like sights aimed at the acclaimed Stuyvesant High School, and its sister schools in the top academic tier! Now, why would he (and fellow City Hall, etc. Marxists) do that??
…..And as this investigative journalist already proved at Joe For America (within the linked expose’), the following must serve as part of an overwhelming and overarching indictment – more than enough to nail de Blasio’s head to the wall. Yes, his alliance with the most retrograde forces threatening America – ala co-joining between Islamists and Marxists – is a done deal…..
- In this regard, NYC’s Islamic takeover is an absolute outgrowth of a highly dangerous anti-American Mayor!
- But if readers still aren’t convinced, perhaps peering inside the crooked nexus between DeBlasio, NYPD top brass, high-flying businessmen, and prostitutes will tip the scales. Where’s a barf-bag when you need one?
But we are not done. Before Comrade De Blasio’s most egregious, anti-meritorious thrust against the kiddies is laid out, let’s be very clear: its underpinnings are hidden beneath the “mother of all lies”, that is, that poor, disadvantaged students can’t compete with so-called privileged students for spots at top-tier schools in NYC or elsewhere! Nonsense. Hogwash. But never mind the real facts at hand:
For all of his smug moralizing, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to diversify the city’s eight elite high schools would violate the commandment to care for the least of his brothers and sisters.
That is, he’d give more seats to low-income black and Hispanic students — at the expense of the low-income Asian-American kids who now predominate at the schools.
As Stuyvesant alumni association chief Soo Kim rightly put it: “We don’t believe that the solution is taking from one needy community and giving to another needy community.”
Exactly: These Asian students aren’t the children of wealth, connection and means; by and large, they’re from poor, immigrant families.
The city’s own poverty report says Asians are the poorest demographic group, with 24.1 percent living at or below poverty — vs. 19.5 percent citywide. The poverty rate in Sunset Park, one Asian neighborhood, is 29.1 percent; in another, Flushing, it’s 25.2 percent.
And the elite high schools are hardly bastions of privilege:
- Brooklyn Latin: 61.7 percent of students live in poverty
- Brooklyn Tech: 60.8 percent
- Queens HS for the Sciences: 60.5 percent
- Stuyvesant: 44.3 percent
- Bronx Science: 44.2 percent
Overall, 45 percent of students at the “elite eight” qualify for free lunch….continue reading the damnable truth here…..
FORWARD march to….
THE CO-OPTION ROOTS:
- Whereas Common Core is seen as the epicenter of the capturing of America’s kiddies – as the fascist-left deconstructs the nation’s founding ethos through their footprints into public education – this view is only partially correct. In reality, it is an outgrowth of decades-long socialist “planning”; a full-on stealth takeover.
- As always, it is imperative to segue back to the root(s) and core.
- Along this Orwellian pathway, let’s take a gut check via a historical look-back. Long before Common Core became a nightmarish reality, the plot was hatched – decades ago, to co-opt public education. Based upon socialist models of government control, America’s fascist-left mirrored their march straight from Marx’s Communist Manifesto! In fact, it all began during Woodrow Wilson’s Presidency, yes, the “godfather of American progressivism.” Simply, his plan (with like-minded surrogates) was to prolong World War 1, to such time that societal upheaval was at maximum chaos. In turn, a “reorganization” and “reorientation” of American life – away from its founding roots – would swoop into place. Savior-like. Moreover, in the forefront, said turmoil (and attendant “mop-up”) was planned in concert with the Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Guggenheim Foundations, but with others in tow. Guess what? Some of these evil, twisted bastards helped Nazi socialists perpetrate the Holocaust, and supported eugenics too! Indeed, this is all part of the historical record. Know thy history well. And speaking of history, Guggenheim Fellowships were (and still are) mandated to produce the next generation of historians, that is, of the revisionist kind! It was through the (mis)educational march that American history was deconstructed, and, with it, western civilization in toto.
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