The Nook | Information the Liberal Media Intentionally Hides
- Sunday, 28 February 2010 21:47
- Written by Chuck Justice
Pamela Geller of AtlasShrugs.com has uncovered a very interesting piece of information. Buried deep in Obama's massive budget is $100 billion of taxpayers' money that is dedicated to 'education.' But 'education' means funding for Obama's campaign arm Organizing for America (OFA), his group of Brown Shirts that are at his beck and call. Obama is using the public schools to recruit kids that support his agenda. A teacher at a high school in Massillon, Ohio even passed out applications to her students and asked them to become interns for the program. We call this indoctrination.
The intense intern program is nine-weeks of training that includes comprehensive lesson plans and an assigned reading list. The list includes:
- "Rules for Radicals" by community organizing father Saul Alinsky.
- "Stir It Up: Lessons From Community Organizing and Advocacy" by Rinku Sen, a left-wing activist.
- "Dreams From My Father" by the undocumented Barack Obama.
- "The New Organizers" by Zach Exley, closely linked to Moveon.org.
What parent wouldn't want their child reading these wonderful books?! But Republicans shouldn't worry, as students will be filtered out of the intern program based on the way they answer questions. Here is the introduction to the program:
"Organizing for America, the successor organization to Obama for America, is building on the movement that elected President Obama by empowering students across the country to help us bring about our agenda of change."
There is a 10-page "National Intern Organizer Curriculum" that outlines the tactics that the interns will be taught including these components: "Using Story as an Organizing Tool, Building Relationships and Building Teams, Mobilizing to Win on the Issues (issue advocacy), Health Care Service Project."
The program also has a major goal of passing Obama's radical health care agenda and promises to provide "insight on the strategy and plan behind the health care campaign" and "further motivate them to work on the issue."
Before Barry was elected to office, virtually nobody knew the first thing about community organizing. Indoctrinating students with this approach will destroy America's future and freedom. Obama's Brown Shirts keep getting more power. This fifth column has no place in our public schools.
Chuck Justice is the editor-in-chief for Habledash.