NEA Supports Social Justice; Opposes Conservatives & Republicans
July 5, 2012 4 Comments
The National Education Association and its various state surrogates largely control education in this country. The NEA is a progressive organization, founded over a century ago to push government funded education on Americans. Knowing that the progressive vision they wanted could not be achieved at the moment, the NEA focused its attention on the next generation. Thus each generation is taught by increasingly progressive teachers and comes out more progressive than their parents. Conservatives love to claim the government schools aren’t successful at educating children. It is true the government schools have a terrible time teaching reading and writing. But that isn’t their goal, their goal is to produce a more progressive generation. In that, the government schools, controlled by the NEA, have been wildly successful.
The NEA recently held their annual Representative Assembly wherein over 9,000 members attended. Executive Director John Stocks admonished NEA members to be “social justice patriots.” Stocks told NEA members to support Occupy Wall Street, the Dream Act and to fight “voter suppression” via photo ID requirements. He attacked Republicans, corporations and “1 percenters.” He praised NEA members who fought Republicans and encouraged even more confrontation.
Keep in mind, Stocks is speaking to the people educating children at your local public school. Some people will listen to his speech and look at the other stuff at the convention and wonder what any of it has to do with educating children. We cannot forget that the NEA doesn’t care about teaching reading, writing and arithmetic. They’ll pay lip service to it of course but it isn’t their purpose. Their purpose is to feed progressive propaganda to children, turn them against their parents if their parents are conservative and thus influence the next generation. Social justice is their goal, not actual education.
If you are a Christian, conservative or Republican why do you have your children in these evil government schools? Those who pretend like their school is the “good” one are usually the ones most fooled by the NEA’s smoke and mirrors. When you have progressives teaching a progressive agenda, it matters not how many kids go to college or how well the football team is playing. Pretending that a school is amazing because it has a French program doesn’t negate the fact that they are teaching students that a conservative outlook is antiquated, that the Christian faith is dead and that evil is good. If you think that NEA teachers check their politics at the door you’re crazy. Why ever would you think that a group of people who go to conventions to attack Republicans wouldn’t launch such attacks in the classroom?
For the Christians sending their kids to these schools, you’re basically sending them into a den of Satan. Prayer is banned, Christians are persecuted and if you think your 10 year old is going to save his fellow students you’re out of your mind. Our children belong to the Lord, not to the government schools. We must raise them and educate them in a Christian manner. The government schools, run by the NEA, do the opposite. They are attacking your child, all in the name of social justice and the progressive way. Why do so many Christians risk their kids at these schools? It is something that forever baffles me.
The NEA is an evil organization. I strongly encourage everyone to buy a copy (or borrow) of Samuel Blumenfeld’s book NEA Trojan Horse. Blumenfeld details the history of government education in America and the evolution of the National Education Association. The origins and goals of the NEA at its founding ought to shock everyone. Their goal has always been a godless, progressive society focused on socialism and social justice. We conservatives and Christians have to make a stand against government education. We must remove our children from these cesspools of progressivism. If we don’t, we’ll sacrifice our children and the next generation. It isn’t enough to support Scott Walker or various state level legislative reforms. It isn’t enough to run for a spot on the school board. We need to take control ourselves and that means removing our children from these schools. The battle begins at home.