Trump Administration Fights Cultural Marxism in Schools K-12, Expose “Foreign Mission” of Communist Confucius Institute
As American parents try to prepare for the new School year under a global pandemic and for doing school at Home, Homeschooling and learning in freedom is growing with people vowing to never send their children back to school anyway because American schools have been a major failure as institutions as learning, but a great success in forcing a radical Marxist set of ideals.
This week it was announced that President Donald J. Trump may be changing all of that and cleaning up American Public Schools for the better.
Confucius Institute is Chinese communist creatd to brainwashed foreigners, is a “slow cook” process to dominate people with communist evil spirit. Stay away from it!
— 旗人 (@Qiren2020) February 18, 2020
US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo announced Thursday that a source of hardcore Communist propaganda, the Confucius Institute, for lesson plans, social influence and recruiting in the United States is now under scrutiny.
Today the @StateDept designated the Confucius Institute U.S. Center as a foreign mission of the PRC, recognizing it for what it is: an entity controlled by the PRC that advances Beijing’s global propaganda and malign influence campaign on U.S. campuses and K-12 classrooms.
— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) August 13, 2020
According to a press release from the US State Department:
“The Trump Administration has made it a priority to seek fair and reciprocal treatment from the People’s Republic of China. For more than four decades, Beijing has enjoyed free and open access to U.S. society, while denying that same access to Americans and other foreigners in China. Furthermore, the PRC has taken advantage of America’s openness to undertake large scale and well-funded propaganda efforts and influence operations in this country.
Today, the Department of State designated the Confucius Institute U.S. Center as a foreign mission of the PRC, recognizing CIUS for what it is: an entity advancing Beijing’s global propaganda and malign influence campaign on U.S. campuses and K-12 classrooms. Confucius Institutes are funded by the PRC and part of the Chinese Communist Party’s global influence and propaganda apparatus.
The goal of these actions is simple: to ensure that American educators and school administrators can make informed choices about whether these CCP-backed programs should be allowed to continue, and if so, in what fashion. Universities around the country and around the world are examining the Confucius Institutes’ curriculum and the scope of Beijing’s influence in their education systems. The United States wants to ensure that students on U.S. campuses have access to Chinese language and cultural offerings free from the manipulation of the Chinese Communist Party and its proxies.”
Republican Michael Waltz from Florida said, “American schools can no longer be safe harbors for #China‘s propaganda and influence operations. This is precisely why I’ve been working in Congress to pass legislation protecting our classrooms from the #CCP!”
— 喜马拉雅联盟加拿大农场HimalayaCanada (@CanadaHimalaya) August 14, 2020
A Chinese reported exposed how the Confucius Institute fools people and pushed their agenda in American schools.
Glad to see that #US has designated the #ConfuciusInstitute U.S. Center as a foreign mission of the #PRC(#CCP). I hope this in-depth investigative report I did in 2018 has helped a little bit. https://t.co/ZXcxYHjUYR
— Jennifer Zeng 曾錚 (@jenniferatntd) August 13, 2020
There are over 500 Confucius Institute‘s in United States universities, colleges and elementary schools. The Confusious has strong ties to the Democrat Party:
An annual report from the Communist Chinese-run Confucius Institute U.S. Center (CIUSC) identified both D.C. @MayorBowser’s office & D.C. public schools as partners of the organization…https://t.co/AP07BBkzFU #MAGA #Millennials #UniteBlue #Democrats
— actlightning (@actlightning) July 20, 2020
Like many, we want to remember Congressman John Lewis and his legacy. We remember when he visited with our friends at @ConfuciusGSU. Read more about the experience here: https://t.co/lEDCbqZkeb pic.twitter.com/U3BAGzzNtx
— Confucius Institute U.S. Center (@CIUSCenter) July 31, 2020