NEA is Seeing Red

by Ryan on August 21, 2010

in Culture,Economy,Politics

The country’s largest union, the National Education Association, is recommending Saul Alinsky’s books on their website for teachers or “anyone contemplating action in their community.”   ACORN’s out, so I guess the radical Left is looking for new blood to do their local community organizing.

For those of you who aren’t aware, Alinksy was a radical Marxist interested in wealth redistribution and creating the means of destroying our system by agitating it from within.  His 1971 book Rules for Radicals was dedicated to Lucifer, who may be the devil, but at least has his own kingdom.  Wow.  In other words, not the kind of guy you want influencing your children.

But, the NEA feels that it’s a great lesson for teachers on how to milk their local communities through agitation, and fomenting collapse, redistribution and ultimately state-worship.  That is Alinky’s message — the NEA must know that, but nonetheless recommend his work.  They’re not even pretending anymore, but to be fair not the first time they’ve shown their true red colors.

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