The Indoctrination of America's Youth · 05 July 2004

For love of God & Country

The Indoctrination of America's Youth
by Malachy Joyce

By the time you complete reading the contents of this page, you will be
HundredPercenter has taken an in depth look into New York
State's regents examinations for Global history, U.S. history &
Government, for the years 2000-04. Within the contents of the
examinations, you will find incontrovertible evidence of a scary liberal bias,
with many questions being anti-capitalist, anti-government, anti-chrisitan,
and outright anti-american. The regent exams, which are publicly funded,
are part and parcel of an attempt by the left in America to indoctrinate our

One similarity between Ho Chi Minh and Jomo
Kenyatta was that both men

(1) introduced western ideals to their societies
(2) established democratic forms of government
(3) led nationalist movements
(4) supported separation between church and state

Ho Chi Minh (real name was Nguyen Tat Thanh),
leader of North Vietnamese armies against the U.S.,
was not just a mere nationalist. It is also unfair to
compare him to Kenyatta, since Jomo was not a
genocidal, tyrannical maniac who killed over 50,000
Americans and countless others.

Silly developed countries of the world. Nations like
Britain and the U.S. are supposed to absorb all of the
worlds poor and give them government subsidies.
Notice the evil EU guy watching all the economic
refugees drowning.

What is the major reason for differences in economic
prosperity in various areas of the world today?

(1) unequal distribution of resources
(2) the success of nationalist movements
(3) religious unity between religions
(4) membership in the United Nations

This is a pleasant Marxist question. I am going
to answer 5, hard work and ingenuity. Morons

The Renaissance in western Europe is best described
as a period marked by

(1) unquestioned reliance on the teachings of Aristotle
(2) an advance of Muslim culture
(3) Christian unity throughout the region
(4) great intellectual and artistic creativity

In 20 years from now, French students
will answer 2 for this no brainer.

This illustration is probably on Al Gore's dining rooom wall. I
never knew that fossil fuels or oil caused hurricanes. I suppose
there were no hurricanes prior to the automobile. Notice the
Honduran child looking for his family, thanks to Exxon Mobile.

Wow! Without affirmative action, only white
kids get to go to college? This illustration
appears to be somewhat racist, don't ya think?

They are good. This is a three pronged attack
against christianity( i.e. prey), government,
and capitalism.Notice the "seats for sale"
sign. Classic anti-americanism.

More big bad business overseeing the senate. I
guess we are all just a bunch of capitalist pigs!
Anyone see Bill Gates up there?

Bingo! This question was on a U.S. history &
government January 2004 exam. You don't think
they are taking a poke at George W. Bush for the,
soon to be voting, senior class, do you? Bush is
merely keeping the seat warm for Kerry. Pathetic.

Wait a second! I thought Uncle Sam
started his imperialistic journey's in
WW1. Notice the smug french waiter.

Even though military service, during the
cold war, was not compulsory. The
illustration still manages to make excellent
use of a fish bowl. Notice General Jay Leno.

More crazy Uncle Sam. Do you think Uncle Sam
told George Bush to attack Iraq? Or, maybe
George Bush is really Uncle Sam with imperialistic
flags. Hmmm... Notice the cuban cigar and the
absurd amount of flags under his arm.

Sacco & Venzetti are liberal icons. Forget about the fact that Sacco &
Venzetti robbed and killed a shoe factory paymaster in 1920 and were rightly
executed for it. What is important to know, if you are an America hating
liberal, is that both Sacco & Venzetti were WW1 draft dodgers, anti- war
activists and admitted anarchists, aka communists. Yes there was some
controversy, concerning their guilt or innocense. However, in 1961 ballistic
tests done on the bullet proved once and for all that they were , without a
doubt, guilty as sin. That didn't stop Governor Dukakis(democrat) in 1973
from clearing their names and pretty much apologizing for executing such
fine men. This one really gets me fired up.

It is refreshing to know that all of these third world
countries have state of the art cooling systems.
Unfortunately, they do not have enough money left
over to buy food. More global warming non-sense.

This is outrageous! Shut those factories down
immediately. Greenpeace needs to get over to China
right now and sell them Greenfreeze cooling systems. As
a nation ,we must not let China pass the U.S. as the
worlds greatest toxic emitter. More Al Gore-ish rhetoric.

More blood for oil, huh? Do you think the evil
Halliburton was involved? Notice how Saddam's
aggression is not mentioned.

Once again I am going to answer 5, Ronald
Reagan. However, Gorby does have some
fairly distinguished company up there.

Hey, this Karl Marx guy sounds alot
like John Kerry.

Poor raiding, genocidal, islamic armies had to face some
resistance from the defensive european Christians. Those
Christians must have been racist for not letting Islam enslave all
of Europe.

...Christian warriors, He who gave His life for you, today
demands yours in return. These are combats worthy of you,
combats in which it is glorious to conquer and advantageous
to die. Illustrious knights, defenders of the Cross,remember
examples of your father wh conquered Jerusalem, and whose
names are inscribed in Heaven;abandon then the things that
perish, to gather unfading palms, and conquer a kingdom
which has no end.

This statement was most likely used to encourage people to

(1) repel a viking invasion
(2) stop advancement of the huns in Europe
(3) join the crusades
(4) force Russians to convert to Catholicism

More wild eyed Christians looking for trouble.
They should have sent UN weapons inspectors
into Jerusalem first, before using force.

I love the weakly supported pro-bomb choices. How about it
probably saved over 500,000 American lives? But, you
have to envy speaker B's intimidating war stratagem.

A liberals worst nightmare is Senator McCarthy. Senator
McCarthy exposed scores of KGB operatives,anarchists
and communists within our government , hollywood and
wherever he could find them. If only we had more "witch
hunts"; this country would be alot safer.

This is a classic. You have to love the homeless
guy's patriotism. Also, it looks like Bush 1 put on
some weight there, no? Keep in mind this was
given to High School students during a time of war.

This may be a paid advertisement for John F. Kerry. I
am sure many indoctrinated students got this one
wrong and picked 4.

Liberals are deathly frightened of McCarthy. By the way,
Gallup polls in the 1950's showed that less than 1% of
Americans were concerned with "witch-hunting" or
anti-Communist hysteria." McCarthy was, and still is,
demonized becaused he exposed the establishment.
There never was a "witch-hunt", pure myth.

Hey, what do ya know? More McCarthyism...Ethel & Julius,liberal
icons,were convicted of spying for the Soviets and were executed. In
1997, old Soviet Union KGB de-classified files ("Venona transcripts"),
revealed that Ethel and Julius gave atomic secrets and were in fact
KGB spies. Love the "Burn all Reds" sign. By the way, McCarthy
discovered the Rosenbergs.

It is amazing that liberals consistantly
ignore the fact that the U.S has the
strongest economic structure ever known
to mankind. Typical Marxist propaganda.

You didn't think a liberal could make an exam
without some anti-semitism, did you? Notice that the
essay question fails to mention that Israel was
invaded by every Muslim army that surrounded her.

This is a marxist masterpiece. Notice the
capitalists in the backround watching big
business about to impale the common man.

Hey, it's a fair and balanced exam, right? Wrong.
Clinton was a peaceful man, sending food to
Somalia (irony) and peacekeepers to Bosnia,
unlike that Bush. Arghhh....

Clinton the great humanist! No, Clinton was not
interested in oil reserves, unlike the Bush's. He was
bombing the daylights out of Kosovo, not to deflect
media attention away from the Monica Lewinsky
scandal , but for human rights.

Conclusion- After reading this page, did you get a warm patriotic feeling about
America? I didn't think so. Young impressionable students are being
brainwashed into thinking that America is unjust and corrupt. The exams appear
to come right out of a liberal, hate America first, handbook.Our educational
system needs revamping now! This type of bias is unnacceptable in our public
schools. Furthermore, whoever is responsible for these exams should be fired.
Don't just sit there in disbelief, do something. Start off by e-mailing New York
State's curriculum, instruction & assessment department.
Below are the members of the New York State Board of Regents, along with
their addresses and phone numbers. Foward this article to as many people as
you can to spread awareness.

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New York State's Board of Regents

2005* Bennett, Robert M.; Chancellor; Judicial District VIII -- Allegany, Cattaraugus,
Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans and Wyoming
201 Millwood Lane, Tonawanda, NY 14150
Phone: (716) 694-6783

Sanford, Adelaide L.; Vice Chancellor; At Large
New York State Education Department, 55 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217-1580
Phone: (718) 722-2796

McGivern, Diane O'Neill; Judicial District II -- Kings and Richmond
95 West Entry Road, Country Club Grounds, Staten Island, 10304
Phone: (718) 667-6334

Cohen, Saul B.; At Large
82 Taymil Road, New Rochelle, NY 10804
Phone: (914) 633-7889

Dawson, James C.; Judicial District IV -- Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton,
Montgomery, St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren and Washington
2 Birchwood Drive, Peru, NY 12972
Phone: (518) 643-9289

Bottar, Anthony S.; Judicial District V -- Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida,
Onondaga, and Oswego
407 South Warren Street, Syracuse, NY 13202
Phone: (315) 422-3466

Tisch, Merryl H.; At Large
9 East 79th Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10021
Phone: (212) 879-9414

Chapey, Geraldine; Judicial District XI -- Queens
107-10 Shore Front Parkway, Apt. 9C, Belle Harbor, NY 11694
Phone: (718) 634-8471

Gardner, Arnold B.; At Large
120 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y. 14202
Phone: (716) 845-6000

Phillips 3rd, Harry; Judicial District IX -- Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland and
71 Hawthorne Way, Hartsdale, NY 10530
Phone: (914) 948-2228

Bowman, Jr., Joseph E.; Judicial District III -- Albany, Columbia, Greene,
Rensselaer, Schoharie, Sullivan and Ulster
ED 124, School of Education, University at Albany, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY
Phone: (518) 442-4987

Cortes-Vazquez, Lorraine A.; Judicial District XII - Bronx
130 William Street, 9th Floor, Manhattan, N.Y. 10038
Phone (212) 233-8955

Tallon, James R. Jr.; Judicial District VI - Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland,
Delaware, Madison, Otsego, Schuyler, Tioga, Tompkins
United Hospital Fund, Empire State Building, 350 Fifth Avenue, 23rd Floor, New York, N.Y.
Phone (212) 494-0777

Cofield, Milton L.; Judicial District VII - Cayuga, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario,
Seneca, Steuben, Wayne, Yates
98 Hickory Ridge Road, Rochester, N.Y. 14625
Phone (585) 248-8494

Brademas, John; Judicial District I - New York
25 West 4th Street, Room 302, New York, N.Y. 10012
Phone (212) 998-2407

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