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Parents in Uproar Over This School Project in NYC

Many schools no longer require children to pledge allegiance to the American flag every morning, but one school took things to the next level.

Kindergarteners at PS75, a public school in New York City, were required as a class project to pledge allegiance to an “international flag” that they were taught to make out of the flags of other countries.

internationalFlagThe project, seen here, had children coloring in flags of various “Spanish-speaking countries” and superimposing them on the stripes of an American flag. Under the flag was the phrase “We Pledge Allegiance to an International Flag.”

Also included was the Russian flag, seen in the picture in the top row, second from right. That should probably tell you something about this project.

The original phase two of this project had been a plan to auction off the flag on the site Bidding for Good. But since word of this reprehensible little project got out on Fox News, the information and picture has been taken down.

Before it was removed, the auction page included a description bragging about how the flag’s stars included “real Swarovski crystals,” and it included a line that said, “The fun quote on the bottom is about unity and creating an environment in which everyone is welcome! ‘We pledge allegiance to an International Flag!’ Our dual language classroom strives to be a place that everyone feels welcome!”

Once again, a public schools stuns with its duplicity in undermining American values and replacing them with politically correct, relativistic Progressivism.

Although the school’s PTA was apparently shamed into removing the auction, there are elements in our society who won’t rest until all schoolchildren are pledging their allegiance to an international flag.

 

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Tad Cronn

Tad Cronn began his journalism career in 1983. While he earned awards for his work as a reporter and editor, his greatest joy is writing news commentary. Providing a conservative and often humorous outlook on current events, he now works as a freelance writer based in California.

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