Millions of parents around the country have sent their children back to middle school, high school and college. But do they realize what these children are learning both in and out of America's public educational institutions?
Parents would be shocked, says New York Times best-selling author Brigitte Gabriel. In her soon-to-be-released book, "Rise: In Defense of Judeo-Christian Values and Freedom,"out on Sept. 11, Gabriel exposes "Operation Indoctrination" in America's schools, namely how the liberal and radical left is driving what students are learning.
In Rise, Gabriel also arms readers with real data and compelling facts that will equip them to fight the efforts of America's enemies to undermine the nation at every level of society. Additionally, Rise will motivate readers to unite with other patriots who wish to preserve America's endangered Judeo-Christian values and freedom.
"It's no secret that America's younger generations lack the fundamental patriotism and appreciation for the freedoms they enjoy that previous generations largely held," Gabriel writes. "They're starved of even a very basic knowledge of the Constitution, founding fathers and American heritage. Taking it a step further, in September 2016, students at Kellogg Community College were actually arrested for handing out copies of the Constitution! The administration accused them of obstructing student education, by asking fellow students on their way to class, 'Do you like freedom and liberty?' While this sounds like something that would happen to students in Cuba, it's happening right here in our own backyard. And with the continued indoctrination of our youth, the problem is bound to get even worse.
"We shouldn't be surprised, then, that a nearly 77-year-old leftist like Bernie Sanders could ride a tidal wave of youthful support to the very end of a Democratic presidential primary," she continues. "Older generations watched in disbelief as young people, many of them not even old enough to vote, wore T-shirts supporting the devout socialist. The truth is, many of our young people have been taught to admire historical political figures that make Sanders look like Ronald Reagan."
Those who visit most any college campus in America, Gabriel adds, are bound to encounter at least one student, and possibly a professor, wearing a Che Guevara t-shirt—a terrorist killer and a fundamental figure in the Communist Revolution in Cuba during the 1950s. In fact, football fans might even catch a glimpse of an athlete donning a Fidel Castro T -shirt. That's what former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick did when he wore an ode to Castro during an official press conference in November 2016, paying homage to a man who tortured and killed tens of thousands of his own people—estimates range from 35,000 to 141,000—without remorse.
"These are the voices our young people are listening to," Gabriel says. "They're not reading the Founding Fathers, they're reading social media posts from anti-American leftists who seemed to endorse the idea of disarming all police officers on Twitter after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, in February 2018—because of their 'racism and oppression.'
"Most adults have no idea what their children are learning, and more importantly, who they're learning it from," she adds. "Not only are children influenced by their teachers and their leftist school environment, they continue to digest information from an unlimited number of leftist sources after they get home. The radical left today controls Hollywood, social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well as youth-driven outlets, which is where our young people derive their political knowledge and overall worldview. These outlets are a constant leftist propaganda machine, pushing racial tribalism, denigrating the historical heritage of the United States and stumping for socialism, communism, fascism and Islamism."
Influencers sell young people on the idea that groupthink is somehow rebellious, and that freedom and liberty are oppressive and outdated. Anyone who doesn't buy into this warped PC nonsense is shunned, Gabriel notes.
In Rise, Gabriel communicates her most hard-hitting, explosive message yet. It's not only a warning but also a rallying cry to unite Americans of all backgrounds in a fight for the survival of the nation, the protection of the Judeo-Christian values upon which it was built, and the preservation of the freedoms on which future generations depend.
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