Name Names — Radical of the Week

THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE LARGEST PROGRESSIVE INDOCTRINATION MOVEMENT IN THE U.S.

RADICAL OF THE WEEK

Mike Klonsky

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In 1968, as national secretary of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), Mike Klonsky wrote an SDS resolution titled Toward a Revolutionary Youth Movement. In the resolution, Klonsky admiringly quoted mass murderer Chinese dictator Mao Zedong, and called for an organized youth movement to engage in a revolutionary struggle against capitalism, “the system… at the root of man’s oppression”.

In 1969, Klonsky started a Maoist organization called the October League, which later changed its name to the “Communist Party (Marxist Leninist)”.

A year after Chairman Mao’s death in 1976, Klonsky became one of the first Americans ever to be invited to China by its communist government. During his visit, Klonsky emphasized his organization’s commitment to “lead the struggle to topple the U.S. imperialist ruling class”.

Today Mike Klonsky is a professor of education at DePaul University and national director of the Small Schools Workshop, an organization founded by communist and domestic terrorist Bill Ayers. Klonsky has been with the organization since its founding in 1991.

As explained here, the Small Schools Workshop received grant money through the Chicago Annenberg Challenge (of which Barack Obama was chairman of the board) for the purpose of transforming existing schools into Coalition of Essential Schools member and affiliate schools.

Klonsky also currently serves on the national steering committee of Save Our Schools, an organization that works in partnership with the Coalition of Essential Schools (CES).

CES is the progressive reform movement behind both CSCOPE and Common Core.

In the video below, Mike Klonsky and Bill Ayers’ wife, Bernardine Dohrn, declare to the media:  “We’re going to be in the streets and in every institution in this country from now on.”  “We’re gonna replace capitalism with socialism.”

 

See the other faces behind the Coalition of Essential Schools at Name Names.

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3 responses to “Name Names — Radical of the Week

  1. Well, now I see different things. What I see are schools who have made itiots of Americans for more than 40 years. Schools that have been under the influence of ALEC, the Heritage Foundation, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for decades. A program of indoctrinating youth to either be obedient corporate employees, cannon fodder in the military, or street urchins. I don’t understand the paranoia of introducing REALITY to children. Our system has failed already. Our youth have a dark future and are hopeless. And some idiots want to keep it that way for some reason.

    http://www.pbs.org/wnet/supremecourt/personality/sources_document13.html

  2. Better to become little commies. Marxism and communism failed. You can be exposed to something without being indoctrinated.

  3. Pingback: The Real History of Common Core: ‘Black Helicopters’ All Over the Place | Danette Clark

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