Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Anti-American University Professor Makes His Students Say The Anti-Pledge Of Allegiance

In Denver college professor Charles Angeletti's American Civilization class you're going to have to recite his anti-American 'New Pledge'  and according to students, also be
Charles Angeletti
ready to swallow a big helping of his liberal politics.

Angeletti, who teaches at Metropolitan State University of Denver, has students learn an anti-American  Pledge of Allegiance that denounces the U.S. as a Republican-controlled bastion of injustice, all while spewing his own far-left brand of politics, according to current and former students.

“I pledge allegiance to and wrap myself in the flag of the United States Against Anything Un-American,” reads Angeletti's version. “And to the Republicans for which it stands, two nations, under Jesus, rich against poor, with curtailed liberty and justice for all except blacks, homosexuals, women who want abortions, Communists, welfare queens, treehuggers, feminazis, illegal immigrants, children of illegal immigrants, and you, if you don't watch your step.”

The anti-U.S. recitation, first reported by higher education blog Campus Reform, was a satirical pledge aimed at getting students to question their nation's leadership, Angeletti said. The self-proclaimed atheist and socialist told the site that he has been distributing the pledge in his classes for nearly 20 years as part of his lesson plan.

“We're very racist, we're very repressive, we're very Christian oriented, we don't tolerate other kinds of thinking in this country,” Angeletti told Campus Reform. “I could go on and on and do, in my classes, for hours about things that we need to do to make this a better country.”

A student from Angeletti's class told Campus Reform that the flier was handed out to the entire class and all students were required to recite it.

“This was an attempt to propagandize an entire classroom of young adults,” Steven Farr, a freshman majoring in meteorology, told the blog site.

The 24,000-student school has the second-highest undergraduate enrollment in the state and has several notable Division II sports programs. It also bills itself as a top choice for active-duty military and veterans to pursue higher education, and has several notable Division II sports programs.

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