Friday, May 13, 2011

Video: Shocking Excerpts Read at Tucson School Board Meeting From A Book In The Ethic Studies Curriculum

A friend sent me the link to the video below.  The video is from May 10, 2011.  A woman reads excerpts from a book used in the public schools in Tuscon at a school board meeting.

The excerpts encode ethnic identification and separation along with victimage and hate directed towards supposed oppressors - along with anti-capitalistic rants, 

Not exactly the way to create a civil society built on mutual respect. 

Mr. Obama's close friend, William Ayers, would certainly find these school materials uplifting even if most Americans would not.  Mr. Ayers, a former terrorist, built his career on trying to move American education to the far, far left and use it as a tool of social transformation.

Arizona has rightly passed a law to try to clean-up its education and turn it away from using Arizona's minorities as pawns in a game of social revolution. 

Utah needs to wake up and realize that the same elements that led up to this point in Arizona will certainly see Utah as another playground for their anti-American educational propaganda.

Caution: the video has some profanity (quoted from the text).

The video is, or was, available at at:

5/20/11 Update:  

The video link on this blog for the above video, when clicked on, went to the following message from

"Shocking Excerpts Read at T..."
This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Three Sonorans.
Sorry about that.

However, if you type in the title of the video at, you should be able to access the original video with that title.

The following video, also at youtube, should assist the reader/viewer in getting a sense of what is being debated.  Marxist propaganda masquerading as education and marxists using school kids as fronts for their agenda are typical of the far, far left.  The philosophy of marxism creates much of the social animosity it pretends to want to solve.  The second video is available at:

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