Taxpayer Paid Professor Forces Students to Recite Faux ‘Pledge of Allegiance’ That Mocks USA & Republicans

A taxpayer paid professor in Denver is forcing students to recite a satirical version of the pledge of allegiance that attacks the United States for targeting blacks and women and says that Republicans are homophobic and against “the poor.”

Dr. Charles Angeletti, is a self-proclaimed atheist and socialist professor of American Civilization at the publicly funded Denver university, CampusReform.com reports. This communist “required students recite the satirical Pledge of Allegiance during the fall 2014 semester.”

The fake pledge is as follows:

“I pledge allegiance to and wrap myself in the flag of the United States
Against Anything Un-American 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 professor distributed this faux pledge to every student and demanded that they recite it in his classroom.

Steven Farr, an MSU freshman majoring in Meteorology, reports that this “teacher’s” class was wall to wall condemnation of the United States and that the “teacher” offered no other view other than anti-Americanism.

Other students have also noted that this “teacher” coddles liberals but viciously attacks anyone who differs with his opinion of hatred for the country.

Firstly, no one who is an avowed communist should even be allowed to teach American civilization. Communism is antithetical to America in every single way, so having a teacher with a personal ideology that hates everything that is American must–not will, not can, not might, must–burden students with a biased view of that history. It is simply impossible for someone to have an ideology built on hate of his subject to teach that subject without negative bias infusing every aspect of his instruction.

Secondly, a class on any sort of civilization–whether it be European, Roman, Western, Eastern, or what have you–should not be a biased class in any direction. It should be a straight recitation of the history of that society. It must be up to students to decide what value to confer on that group and that group’s history.

This professor is not a teacher. He is a hater attempting to force students to accept his outlandish and hate-filled opinions as fact. He is not “teaching” he is attempting to indoctrinate. He should be fired because he is failing to teach and not through mere incompetence, at that. He has set himself up as an enemy of the United States and is trying to cajole students into developing a similar enmity.

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  • GarandFan

    Had a prof like that at SDSU in the early 70’s. Taught sociology. He let it be known the first day of class that if you were a white male, don’t bother coming back to class. Couple of years later, he was gone. That was about the same time the prof’s boyfriend walked up to a San Diego cop; seated in his patrol car in a parking lot, writing a report. The boyfriend fired into the cop at point blank range several times. Cop survived but severely disabled. The ‘brave’ defender of society’s downtrodden was captured several days later. Went to prison.

  • Paul Hooson

    At Portland State University back in 1974, a professor of French and a graduate student were sentenced to five years in prison and the professor fined $10,000 as well for bombing an Army recruiting center. It was an outrageous and disgraceful act of domestic terrorism meant to oppose the Vietnam War. Rather than teach French as his job occupation called for, this professor helped to encourage this student to assist him in this bombing incident. If they ever make a movie, “BAD PROFESSOR”, here’s exhibit A.

  • stan25

    A budding Ward Churchill. Bet he has tenure too.

    • Jwb10001

      Not yet but this will probably do the trick.

  • LiberalNightmare

    Did the students go along with it?

  • Michael Lang

    Wittle Brucie probably thinks this fascist jerk is the bees knees.

  • JWH

    I had a certified Marxist professor in college. He detested students who regurgitated pabulum back at him, but had an excellent (if slightly vitriolic) relationship with his conservative students.

  • Commander_Chico

    If a professor could “force” college students to recite anything, there must be more respect for authority than when I was in college.

  • Hank_M

    ” we don’t tolerate other kinds of thinking in this country” said the man who’s been teaching this crap since 1996.

  • Brucehenry

    No decent history course (or “civilization” course) is a “straight recitation of the history of that society.”

    When I was in high school my American History text was clearly biased in favor of a “manifest destiny” kind of “Europeans were heroes and conquered a continent” kind of interpretation. In my jr college freshman “History of Western Civilization” course it was more biased toward a “advancing toward socialist welfare state” kind of deal, with lots of emphasis on peasant revolts, labor movements, and such like. I’ve read overviews of history that were like Fukuyama’s and were like Howard Zinn’s. Gibbons had a point of view for God’s sake.

    Otherwise every student would be asleep. “In 1066 was fought the Battle of Hastings. In 1085 William I decreed the Domesday Survey. In 1087 William died.”

    • Brucehenry

      Silly to say a Marxist shouldn’t be allowed to teach a course in “American Civilization.” Does that mean a libertarian shouldn’t be allowed to teach a course in Government? Should a capitalist be forbidden to teach a History of Communism course?

      “In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” WHY did he sail? Was it to bring Christianity to the people of “The Indies”? Was it for personal aggrandizement? Was his trip a manifestation of the growing power of kings and merchants as opposed to the old aristocracy?

      Answering those kinds of questions requires interpretation. A “straight recitation” just won’t do. That’s what the whole APUSH fight is about in TX, isn’t it?

  • twolaneflash

    Can you burn the prof’s “American” flag on his desk without consequence, maybe earn an easy A? Just askin’.