Educator's objective: 'Chaos and confusion'

Monday, January 22, 2018
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

confusion 620x300A political science professor at a two-year community college in California is coming under fire for advocating that students should blatantly violate laws he says perpetuate "white supremacy."

Diablo Valley College professor Albert Ponce has described Karl Marx as "one of the most profound thinkers in the history of Western philosophy." In a video that's gone viral, he vociferously tells his students that "white democracy" and capitalism must be eradicated – and in order to do that, he tells them laws must be broken.

"And that's the beauty of the law," the educator states during his lecture on White Supremacy in the USA. "If you can write it, you can convince all others to follow it, just like all of us do today – when we shouldn't. Many of the laws existing, we should be violating those laws."

Hayes

OneNewsNow spoke with Ted Hayes of Project 21, who contends that Ponce wants to annihilate the United States and all that it stands for. "This professor is a socialist agent," Hayes says. "He has the socialist mentality of bringing chaos and confusion to a stable situation such as America."

In discussing the abolition of "white democracy," Ponce says in the video: "We need to smash white supremacy at every institutional level in this country, beginning at the local space, at the state, at the federal system, and build something new. And that's frightening, because we don't know what is to come."

Hayes argues that in order to counter the anti-American messages today's students are subject to in the classroom, conservatives need to become proactive rather than always being defensive.

"We patriots need to get off the defensive and stop responding to these guys and make them respond to us by putting out our own statements," he tells OneNewsNow. "We need to go after universities [and] call them out on why they keep bringing these kinds of people to the fore."

The Red Elephants, a group of conservative activists, reports that an unidentified student under Ponce claims the professor will downgrade and fail students who disagree with his Marxist ideology.

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