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Young Democratic Socialists of America Urges Comrades to Become Teachers

Young Democratic Socialists of America Urges Comrades to Become Teachers

“a strategic industry to organize”

The far left knows it owns education and they want to keep it that way.

Campus Reform reports:

YDSA urges socialists to infiltrate public education

The Young Democratic Socialists of America organization is urging socialists to “take jobs as teachers” in order to exploit the “political, economic, and social potential the industry holds.”

“Why Socialists Should Become Teachers,” an 11-page pamphlet crafted jointly by YDSA and the Democratic Socialist Labor Commission, contends that education is “a strategic industry to organize,” and offers prospective socialist educators “a basic roadmap for how to get a job in education.”

The pamphlet begins by outlining the “success” of the recent West Virginia teachers strike, which it attributes to “creative shop floor organizing” from teachers who believed in “socialist politics.”

“Our immediate win in West Virginia was a 5% raise for all public sector workers, plus halting charter school legislation and attacks on seniority,” the document boasts. “But crucially, our movement’s demand was that the money come from highly profitable corporations that have long exploited West Virginia’s natural wealth.”

While the funding debate has yet to be resolved, the pamphlet credits socialist agitators with pressing for corporate tax increases, saying most union leaders simply expect lawmakers to “figure out where the money comes from” after securing pay raises.

“Socialists have a long history of involvement in the workplace,” the booklet asserts, noting that while existing labor unions are imperfect from a socialist perspective, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) organization believes it is now “in a position to develop a concerted, coordinated presence in unions, to help shape the militancy and political ideology of those unions, and ultimately to play a role in building working class power.”


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Gee, what a surprise! That was John Dewey’s idea, even if he never expressed it quite this way. Since public education was always little more than a way to train kids how to show up on time and respond to bells, skills that would be important when they finished their education and went to work in factories, it stands to reason that our precious little proletarians should be trained by people well-versed in Marx and Engels. First-graders of the world, unite!

It seems that for a long time our children have been indoctrinated into becoming liberals/Democrats. Later in life, those who become successful, develop an understanding as to how the world and such really works, and/or take responsibility for their own actions, transform into conservatives/Republicans. Those who fail and want to blame the world for their failures, who live off of the government teat, and/or just generally hate those who are successful out of jealousy, remain Democrat/liberals.