Last year, Bethany Blankley of the Washington Times wrote, “According to the Financial Times, the Libyan Investment Authority was founded by Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Seif al-Islam; more than five Gaddafi family members own shares [of prominent school textbook publisher Pearson Education]. The Council on Islamic Relations (CAIR, a recently designated terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates), Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and the Muslim Brotherhood invested in Pearson Education through the Libyan Investment Authority.”
While not a majority stakeholder in Pearson, each Muslim entity’s influence, nonetheless, is seemingly substantial and having an effect. The culture clash was most notable in 2015, when many parents in one Tennessee district were up in arms over what they viewed as Islamic indoctrination.
Now, insiders are confirming the Islamization of America’s schoolchildren. Susan Berry of Brietbart covered a hidden camera expose by Project Veritas, which revealed candid comments by former Pearson Education executive Kim Koerber. Berry said that Koerber “explains that those behind Common Core and the new AP U.S. History framework have attempted to minimize the Constitution and remove Christianity from the core concepts, while they also stress the importance of teaching about Islam.”
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Koerber, surely unaware that she was being filmed, expressed her frustration with Texas’ rejection of Common Core. Texas apparently wanted to focus on the founding fathers and the Constitution. “The dead white guys did not create this country,” Koerber stated in what seemed to be a discriminatory tone.
“They (parents) don’t agree with Islam so they don’t want their kids to know about it,” she added.
The interviewer with Project Veritas brought up the Second Amendment. Koerber quickly spouted, “D–n the Second Ammendment. I don’t think that personal handguns need to be on anyone except the government, the police. What is the purpose of having a gun?”
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Expressing her frustration with Republicans, Koerber stated, “You’re getting pushback, because there’s a bunch of Republican people, conservatives that don’t like being told what to do by people they don’t agree with.” Koerber said that the Constitution “is being covered, but not the way they want because they’re idiots and they don’t know what’s in it!”
Koerber no longer works for Pearson. Linkedin profiles matching Koerber reveal that she may currently be employed with National Geographic Cengage Learning.
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