Skip to comments.Leftists Using Approved Student Group to Infiltrate Wisconsin High Schools
Posted on 12/21/2011 2:40:23 PM PST by Nachum
Following a tip from a reader, Big Government has discovered that a radical immigration group, Voces De La Frontera (Voices of the Frontier/VDLF), has infiltrated the public school system in Racine, Wisconsin by working with an approved student group.
School Officials in the Racine Unified School District tell Big Government that they had no idea that the approved group, Youth Empowered in the Struggle (YES), had become the youth arm of Voces De La Frontera (Voices of the Frontier/VDLF), a well-financed leftist movement with a membership of several thousand, headquartered in Milwaukee with two satellite offices in Racine and Kenosha.
According to sources within the school district, several hundred students have joined YES and affiliated themselves with VDLF, an organization that has also recruited some of the teacherswho apparently promote the groups agenda in their classrooms.
Big Government learned about the organizations infiltration after a reader found out that YES had been given authorization to post 15 posters throughout the school featuring a rising fist with the words Join the Student Revolution. The poster was a promotional ad for a youth summit (held December 3rd) where hundreds of VDLF members were also present.
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Another leak has sprung in our republic’s vessel and they are all working from the inside out.
Are they trying to claim that they imagined "Youth Empowered in the Struggle" could be anything but a totalitarian agitators' organization?
Your tax dollars at work, residents of Wisconsin ...
Public school “educators” are Marxist. We cannot take back our country until we take back our public schools.
Wisconsin public schools ping
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