Just in Case You Needed Yet Another Reason to Pull Your Kids From Public Schools: Kids Taught Occupy Propaganda

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As most of you already know, I am not exactly a fan of the public school system.  And, when the opportunity arises, I do post about examples of indoctrination.  Here is the latest, and a blatant one.  Apparently, some kids were indoctrinated into the OWS class warfare  propaganda.  Here is the story, from The Blaze…

But despite the backlash, Albermale County school district is standing behind the song, claiming the children chose and wrote the lyrics themselves.

The lyrics, which mirror the very same sentiments and slogans espoused by the Occupy movement, have critics up in arms. The highly politicized song, which many believe is intended to indoctrinate children, follows below:

Some people have it all
But they still don’t think they have enough
They want more money
A faster ride
They’re not content
Never satisfied
Yes — they’re the 1 percent

I used to be one of the 1 percent
I worked all the time
Never saw my family
Couldn’t make life rhyme
Then the bubble burst
It really, really hurt
I lost my money
Lost my pride
Lost my home
Now I’m part of the 99

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Some people have it all
But they still don’t think they have enough
They want more money
A faster ride
They’re not content
Never satisfied
Yes — they’re the 1 percent

I used to be sad, now I’m satisfied
’Cause I really have enough
Though I lost my yacht and plane
Didn’t need that extra stuff
Could have been much worse
You don’t need to be first
’Cause I’ve got my friends
Here by my side
Don’t need it all
I’m so happy to be part of the 99

Mind you, the kids in question are in third grade, and around eight years old-the same age as my kiddo.  Sorry to say, I can’t see kids of that age doing this, unless that is, a teacher told them the words, and they wrote them down.

Here is a video, via OWS Exposed…

So, I’ll let you decided, and have the debate.  For me, this looks like indoctrination, pure and simple.

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  • unless that is, a teacher told them the words, and they wrote them down.

    And that is exactly what happened. Lizard, a commenter at H&B, explained:

    What the teacher did was a dumbass technique that supposedly helps children learn to write at the same time as learning another subject. The teacher in this case probably has it down in her lesson plans as a cross study of language arts and current events. After discussing the current events she/he led the students in the writing of the song. Generally the kids give suggestions and the teacher puts it in better form OR in what I have observed just tell the kids what they should be saying.

    This is how the the school district can say that the kids wrote it, when we all know that they did not.

    Now, the way I see it, if the school board insists the kids did it on their own, then it’s golden proof that the schools do a poor job of educating, and a great job of indoctrinating. Either way it’s bad news for them, too.

  • First it started in college, and now they are gradually moving down into the grade schools. The next generation will be totally lost. No History of our founding or what are Nationa stands/stood for.

  • That school and school board official, Steve Koleszar are full of B.S. if they: 1) honestly believe that most educated adults CAN’T tell the writings of 3rd graders from those of adults. Even my 9th grader couldn’t come up with that; and 2) that all Americans honestly believe them when they say, “They don’t censor what the kids have to say”.

    I can 100% GUARANTEE that if that song had a religious theme, then it would definitely be censored.