Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Teachers Unions Gone Wild!

WARNING! Contains Foul Language!

Tax Dollars at Work!

Conservative activist James O'Keefe has released a video — titled "Teachers Unions Gone Wild" — claiming to show undercover footage from a New Jersey Education Association leadership conference at the East Brunswick Hilton hotel.

The video shows people identified as teachers playing arcade games on "their [taxpayer's] dime," chanting about kicking Gov. Chris Christie "in the toolbox," and talking about how hard it is to fire a tenured teacher.

Some Stats Comparing New Jersey and Virginia:

In the NEA's statistical ranking of states.

New Jersey # 5 - 116.1% of national average
Virginia # 30 - 88.4% of national average

Revenue Per Student
New Jersey #4 - $16,765
Virginia #15 - $12,653

Interestingly the NEA ranks everything but school performance (which I assume means that revenue and teachers salaries don't equal quality results or I guarantee you that would be ranked)

Are these multiple examples representative of the average government school teacher?
Could the description of the school conditions in New Jersey mirror those of Virginia?

You be the judge...

Here is another video showing the teacher's union complicit in vote fraud.

Let me break it down for you: The government of the United States at all levels, just like the Soviet Union... Just like Nazi Germany... Just like Cuba, North Korea, the UK, etc. has become corrupt at multiple levels. The government's school system has been designed to inculcate obedience to the government no matter how obviously corrupt it has become. The local and federal governments can engage in vote fraud, hand trillions to private banks and CIA front companies like AIG, openly torture, wage wars based on lies and manufactured intelligence, practice rendition, infect Tuskeege African Americans with Syphilis, etc. and the schools will gloss over it because the system has designed itself to make them accomplices. They are essentially getting paid by the local mafia to not explain the way the system works and keep inculcating the kids in obedience to it.

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