We have seen rather disturbing reports about quizzes and notes sent home with parents in the past, but this goes far deeper than those instances.
As Carlson stated, what we are seeing today amounts to be “Khmer Rouge Propaganda.”
Khmer Rouge Propaganda
Carlson used this analogy to hit home hard, and it did.
Khmer Rouge is the term given to members of the Communist Party of Kampuchea (CPK) during the brutal regime that ruled Cambodia during the late 1970s.
Public schools no longer believe it is the parental duty to instill values in children, so many teachers are now taking it upon themselves to fill children’s heads with ideas that may not exactly fall in line with what you had in mind.
This all started with safe spaces after Trump was elected and has escalated to grade school teachers telling 7-year-old children they have the right to choose their own gender.
On what is being taught to our children in schools today, in part, Carlson stated, “At the end of the program, students are asked this, quote, ‘What do you think about our society being organized into separate nuclear family units?’ The implication, of course, is that it’s immoral, your own family is immoral.”
He also addressed the fact that liberals are actually rewriting history, literally changing facts, to push the narrative they want to push.
On this, he stated, “The lesson plan requires children to, quote: ‘Examine the ways the Black Panther Party successfully functioned to preserve the values of black families and villages,’ end quote.
“The Black Panther Party, racial separatists with a history of murdering people. But of course, that’s not included. This is rewriting history, including recent history that all of us are very familiar with. They’re lying about it already.”
He concluded, “This is Khmer Rouge propaganda. It’s not education. But again, that’s just the beginning.”
His full segment is in the video below…
To the point Tucker made, do parents really know what is being taught to their children in schools today?
My guess is no, because I don’t know a single person that be would okay with this “education” being forced on their child.
The time has come for parents to start asking some hard, serious questions about the educators that have such a major impact on their children.