A Suffolk County College Professor has warned that basic facts about The Constitution are being skipped over in the classroom in favour of an ‘Anti-American’ globalist theory based on the ‘past sins’ of their ancestors.
During an interview with Tucker Carlson, Nicholas Giordano warned that “This whole devaluing of America — and that’s probably the biggest problem, because with the citizenship exam and the Constitution exercise I do, it got me curious as to what students are actually learning.”
“You’ll find that they are not really learning about our government; they’re not learning about the Constitution, the roles and responsibilities of the institutions,” the professor continued.
“It’s taking more of a globalist approach and when they do focus on the United States, they’re focusing on the negative aspects, their past sins as opposed to totality of the American experience,” Giordano urged, adding “That’s not education, and that’s a big problem.”
Giordano emphasised that the concept of E Pluribus Unum or “Out of Many, One” which has forever been the basis for education on the formation of the United States is “gone.”
“We’re not really teaching that anymore; in fact, we actually kind of teach the opposite with this global point of view: that we have to do what’s in the world’s best interest, as opposed to America’s best interest,” Giordano declared.
The professor further warned that the new globalist indoctrination method promotes a need to “bind ourselves to the government apparatus” and accept “equity” over “equality.”