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Public Schools In Arizona Are Now Required To Share Stories Of Defectors From Communist Countries

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Communism is a utopian system that is impossible to achieve in a world where human beings are born with free will and varying dreams and aspirations. Governments claiming that they have succeeded in imposing the ideology upon its people have turned their countries into dystopian worlds devoid of freedom and humanity. 

Some of the most tyrannical, repressive regimes in the history of mankind have succeeded only in using communism as a tool to control their citizens. Because of this absolute power that they wield in their hands, they themselves have turned into corrupt leaders bent on enriching themselves, while their subjects wither away in pain and hunger.

Here in the United States, the leftists in our society are gradually spreading the virus of communism into the minds of our youth. Our culture that espouses love for freedom of choice and real democracy is truly in danger.

However, hope is not all lost and there are a lot of ways to cure this illness that is just starting to grip our nation. In fact, some of the Republican leaders whom we voted for are working day and night to change the course of the United States of America and steer it back to the direction of righteousness and nationalistic fervour.

Last week, the GOP-dominated Arizona House of Representatives ratified a bill that decrees school teachers to share to their students, real life stories of citizens who successfully escaped the grasp of communism. This mandate will be included in the curriculum to open the minds of the American youth to the horrors of the hammer and sickle. The education board will be responsible for providing lectures of “patriotism based on first-person accounts of victims of other nations’ governing philosophies who can compare those philosophies with those of the United States.”

The stipulation is included in House Bill 2898, which contains a comprehensive list of guidelines to improve the situation of American students enrolled in the K-12 program. Under the House Bill, public schools are ordered to teach “a comparative discussion of political ideologies, such as communism and totalitarianism, the conflict with the principles of freedom and democracy essential to the founding principles of the United States.” 

“The reality is [that] one of the greatest threats facing the globe today is communism and totalitarianism. We have governments like the communist Chinese government, that their stated goal is to be the world’s sole and only superpower, and that they will achieve that goal through any means possible,” said Republican state Rep. Jake Hoffman, in an interview with Capitol Media Services.

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