Creepy Indoctrination of Children

by Sal on September 24, 2009

in Culture,Politics

Before the election, we had the famous yet creepy  Obama Youth video (made into the even more famous yet hilarious Pyongyang Remix).  Now, a year later, we have children at a public school in the state of New Jersey (sorry Ryan) taught to chant to their dear leader.  It appears the cult of Obama is alive and well and on full display in many of our public schools:

I’m glad I hadn’t eaten before watching that.  Sick.

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Ryan September 25, 2009 at 5:11 pm

O-BA-MA, O-BA-MA, O-BA-MA…

Oh, sorry, that gets stuck in my head sometimes. Personality cults are always a bit creepy; this one’s no different. We all suspected that the secular public school culture would have no problem deifying their secular savior, “Bar-ack-Huss-ein-O-ba-ma” mmm, mmm, mm!

Strange: in NJ, one can deify the Obama in our schools, but teachers could get canned or suspended for singing certain Christmas carols with their students. Bizarre, surreal, and scary all at once.

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Chris September 26, 2009 at 12:17 am

YES WE CAN! YES WE CAN! YES WE CAN! I feel like a zombie saying that…

I am sick to my stomach watching that video and at the same time, getting flashbacks of the 2008 Beijine Opening Ceremonies. To do that to children is immoral…teachers are doing a disservice to their studnets beacuse they should be teaching them how to think and not what to think. Any teacher who attempts to indoctrinate their students similarly to this video and the video we saw before the election, should have their certs revoked!!!

The supposed teacher who led that charade adapted the song from “Jesus Loves the Little Children.” Liberals castigated the use of a religious hymn in school BEFORE criticizing the indoctrination.

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