Get College Credit at PSU From Occupy!

Posted on January 5, 2012 by


Hey thinking about going back to school?  I know! how about learning something about being a bum and get credit for being an intern at Occupy Portland!  Just head on over to your friendly State University, paid for by the taxpayer.  Yep: good old PSU!

The Occupy Portland Outreach Commission web site is offering a back to school special on the Occupy Portland website.  According to the advertisement:

“We have decided to accept inquiring students to become interns for Occupy Portland. Students who volunteer with us can get college credit for helping us organize and perform needful tasks. This is a wonderful way to bring the fire of Occupy to the education system and infiltrate the curriculum. Students will learn our values with first hand experience and turn around and teach and influence their peers, co workers and those careers. This is a beautiful outreach method. After we accept a team of these interns to help organize and facilitate our affairs we will be more productive, more unified, less stressed and advancing this revolution in countless ways.”

Wow infiltrate the curriculum?  Gee where have I heard that before?  How about the Communist Goals from 1963?:

“17. Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers’ associations. Put the party line in textbooks.”

So let’s see … “students will learn our values with first hand experience.”  Hmm what would those be?  How about pot smoking 101:

Now who should we get for a guest speaker?  I *know*!  How about Wade Varner the Lead Occupier current applying for Terry Schrunk Plaza who was caught on tape exposing himself at a “Family Friendly” Occupy Event!

For a curriculum why don’t we choose from the well over 400 criminal offenses alegedly committed by Occupy and documented over at Breitbart.

All kidding aside, I think the saddest thing about this is that it is being reported as a positive thing over at the Portland Mercury by their New Editor Denis Theriault.  I’d post the link but I don’t want to drive any more traffic over to their pathetic site.