Terrorist Teachers

I have written for years about how Vietnam era terrorists and anti-war “protestors” were nothing more than America-hating communists and anarchists who wanted to see the moral and economic fabric of the nation destroyed.  Their endgame was the total overthrow of American government.  I also said that many of them faded into all levels of academia, from elementary through college.

Ronald Fliegelman is an example.  He is a cowardly terrorist and past member of the Weather Underground.  Fliegelman worked alongside Bill Ayers in the terrorist organization.   “He was responsible for building explosives for the group. Explosions took place at NYPD headquarters and the Capitol Building in DC, to mention just a couple.” (John S. Roberts, Young Conservatives, 3/29/15)

He was indicted but never arrested due to issues with electronic surveillance.  When the group broke up he did what many of these losers did.  He became a teacher.


Fliegelman taught for years at the University of Illinois, Chicago. “He started as a special-education teacher at PS 54 (and later moved to) PS 305, both in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.  He retired in 2006…to a quiet life in Park Slope, Brooklyn, according to ‘Days of Rage: America’s Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence’ (Penguin Press).

Now 70 years old, Fliegelman collected $40,035 in pension last year, according to public records. “Our taxpayer dollars are making sure this guy has a decent retirement.”

These are the kind of people teaching our children today.  Students of all ages are being indoctrinated in the belief that America is bad and that it must be destroyed.  Our President was one of those students and we can see what he has already done to our nation. 

Until we weed out the terrorists from our schools (both teachers and administrators who hire them), America will continue to decline.

About Doc

I am a Psychologist and a veteran of the Vietnam War. I work with abused children and with agencies which try to both prevent abuse and to empower those who have been abused. I feel strongly about child abuse and take every action I can to prevent it and to support the children I work with who have experienced it. I also feel strongly about politics and especially the course being taken by our nation. I believe that America is at a critical point in its development. How we answer the challenges from Islamic fascists and from our own internal enemies in the media, government, and academia will determine America’s future and the future of our children. I believe that if we don’t take the correct course now, America will go the way of Europe and that we will not reach the potential set out by our founding fathers. I believe that it is now getting serious. My gravitar is from "Darkman".
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