Indoctrination of children has been a paramount element of communism. Marx and Engels included public education as one of their ten necessities to transform a nation to communism. Lenin famously told us that he could capture a child with just four years of his indoctrination. Lenin understood the importance of molding children through education. Both his father and his mother were in the education system of the Romanov’s.
Lenin also knew how important it was for the communist movement to become an integral part of American education if the United States were to be transformed from a nation of individualism to a nation of collectivism. Lenin said it was critical that communism infiltrate and then dominate the American media, entertainment, and education. He also said it was critical that at least one of the political parties become dedicated to communism. All four have been accomplished.
Teacher Unions now openly advocate for indoctrinating our children in the evils of communism. Remember, education is teaching children the basics necessary for learning how to think, while indoctrination is teaching children what to think. The children learn early to conform to the communist ideology that collectivism is always superior to individualism. Our nation was founded on the principles of individualism.
Here is another example of teacher unions following the directives of Marx, Engels, and Lenin. The Colorado State Teachers Union just stated this is what our children should learn: “CEA believes that capitalism requires exploitation of children, public schools, land, labor, and/or resources and, therefore, the only way to fully address systemic racism (the school to prison pipeline), climate change, patriarchy (gender and LGBTQ disparities), education inequality, and income inequality is to dismantle capitalism and replace it with a new, equitable economic system.”
This is pure unadulterated communism. Remove your children from public schools, which have become communist indoctrination centers.
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