Having watched both Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” Rally and its counterpart, “One Nation Working Together,” I am not surprised that organized student groups chose to align themselves with communists in the latter. What makes this rather terrifying is that groups like the United States Student Association (U.S.S.A.) openly propagate communist and socialist agendas to implement “education reform.” Do not be fooled by this cause, as student fees aimlessly put into these “humanitarian” groups breed contempt for American ideals.
The U.S. Student Association and its henchwoman Lindsay McCluskey appear dedicated to reforming education. “Organizing and fighting for college access and college affordability” sounds like a beautiful idea. Despite its perceived message, the U.S.S.A. and similar groups propagate hidden agendas that advance “social” and “economic” justice–offspring of socialism and communism:
The student members of the United States Student Association work together with a vision for a just society in which generations of representative leaders understand their power and engage and empower diverse communities to create social change…Today, college students face a multitude of barriers. The average student borrower graduates nearly $25,000 in debt. 65,000 undocumented students are financially barred from a higher education because of archaic and nonsensical immigration laws.
Frankly, all of us college students are disgruntled with paying high fees to attend universities. Yet, aligning one’s interests with communists and their failed belief system is not going to yield results. Also, why must education be an entitlement for illegal aliens who sulk off of taxpaying dollars? I guess intellectual diversity is oppressive and hard work is too laborious. Boy, those communists sure know how to solve all of the world’s problems!
The U.S.S.A.’s agenda further confirms the notion that “social justice” actually means communism:
Communists are on the left, and the Nazis are on the right. That’s what people say. But they both subscribe to one philosophy, and they flew one banner. . . . But on each banner, read the words, here in America: ‘social justice.’ They talked about economic justice, rights of the workers, redistribution of wealth, and surprisingly, democracy.
Communism was a failed system that my family endured and fortunately escaped. Millions of people suffered and ultimately perished. Freedoms were limited; progress was nonexistent. If groups like the U.S. Students Association continue to embrace communist ideas and go unnoticed, expect the United Socialist States of America to follow suit.