The union of Nefarious Elitist Asses uses taxpayer dollars to praise radicalism, promote communism, and implant progressive, humanist values in public education curriculums

NEA Website Promotes Communist Guide Books for the Violent Overthrow of the U.S. Government

By —— Bio and Archives--November 12, 2009

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The NEA’s (National Education Association’s, a.k.a. Nefarious Elitist Asses’) recommended reading list includes two books by Brother O mentor and communist community organizer Saul Alinsky that advocate the violent overthrow of the U.S. government.


The Democrat-controlled teachers’ union praises Alinsky’s Reveille for Radicals and Rules for Radicals as “an inspiration to anyone contemplating action in their community! And to every organizer!”

The following book quotations are from the NEA website:

“The Radical does not sit frozen by cold objectivity. He sees injustice and strikes at it with hot passion. He is a man of decision and action.

“Society has good reason to fear the Radical. Every shaking advance of mankind toward equality and justice has come from the Radical. He hits, he hurts, he is dangerous. Conservative interests know that while Liberals are most adept at breaking their own necks with their tongues, Radicals are most adept at breaking the necks of Conservatives.... He will fight conservatives whether they are business or labor leaders.

Radicals precipitate the social crisis by action—by using power... The Radical recognizes that constant dissension and conflict is and has been the fire under the boiler of democracy. He firmly believes in that brave saying of a brave people, “Better to die on your feet than to live on your knees!”

The Radical may resort to the sword but when he does he is not filled with hatred against those individuals whom he attacks. He hates these individuals not as persons but as symbols representing ideas or interests which he believes to be inimical to the welfare of the people… That is the reason why Radicals, although frequently embarking upon revolutions, have rarely resorted to personal terrorism.” [emphasis mine]

The union of Nefarious Elitist Asses uses taxpayer dollars to praise radicalism, promote communism, and implant progressive, humanist values in public education curriculums.

In truth, the union of Nefarious Elitist Asses has been waging an ideological war in the public schools against America’s free market principles and Judeo-Christian tradition since 1918.

Samuel L. Blumenfeld aptly identifies the NEA as a “Trojan Horse” in American Education:

“A child in an American public school is little more than a guinea pig in a psych lab, manipulated by a trained “change-agent.” All of this is being done with billions of federal dollars in the greatest scam in human history. If Americans put up with this much longer, they will deserve the ruin they are paying for.”

Blumenfeld’s warning of ruination is sorely needed. For if Americans don’t stop the union of Nefarious Elitist Asses from indoctrinating public school children, they will definitely deserve the workers’ “paradise” that awaits them.


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