Great News: Maryland College to Hold Occupy Class for High Schoolers

Posted by on Feb 21, 2012 at 9:31 pm

Now all you budding anarchists can get a head start on wasting money on useless college classes by spending your summer learning about the so-called movement for justice. It’s quite obvious the Occupy movement is running out of useful idiots when they have to recruit some dopey high school kids.

Teenagers that want to take summer school will have another option in front of them. No, it will not be in math or English this year; instead it will be in relation to the Occupy Wall Street movement that has caused a fervor to spark around America.  This class will be offered at a community college near the nation’s capital in Washington D.C. and it is designed to provide high school students a linear path towards “the movement for justice.” This class is called Occupy MoCo! and is going to be on the summer ballot at Montgomery College. It will be aligned with the Summer Youth curriculum for this summer of 2012.

The community college setting up this class believes the time is right to teach these young students about democracy and freedom. The tutorial is being labeled YOU392 and the teachings will be centered around the freedom movements that are happening all over the world but mainly in the Middle East and in some cities in America. People in the Middle East are fighting for freedom; they have been oppressed for centuries and this is essentially the same struggle American colonists fought for in the late 18th century.

I guess they haven’t had a look at those election results in Egypt yet.

YOU392 or Occupy MoCo! will entail developing critical thinking skills which is necessary to have in college and to learn how to become a global leader in this still fresh new century. Human rights issues will be brought up and analyzed and the concept of social justice will be explored. This is about utilizing the power of young people and how they can shape this world for the better, certainly their own neighborhoods, towns, and cities.

Critical thinking, a skill clearly in short supply among the Occu-drones. Best of all, there’s no homework!

Do you want to take Occupy MoCo!? You will need $190 for 10 sessions that take up three hours each afternoon. The instructor is part-time and is eagerly waiting to teach these young youths. The best news of all – there will never be any homework!

I figure some class projects would involve learning how to set up rape tents, take a dump of police vehicles and how to assault cops.

Update:  Looks like plans for this may be on hold, or at least revised somewhat.

Montgomery College is revising plans to offer a summer class on the Occupy Wall Street movement — geared toward high school students — after residents complained that the class is promoting the Occupy movement’s agenda to students.

The course in question, part of a summer program for students in grades 9 through 12, is called “Occupy MoCo!” (which, coincidentally, is also the Twitter handle of what appears to be a branch of the Occupy movement based in Montgomery County).

The course description asks students if they’re “ready to join the movement for justice” and adds that “young people have the power to change their community, their schools, their future.”


2 Responses to “Great News: Maryland College to Hold Occupy Class for High Schoolers”

  1. Blue Hen on 22/22/12 at 10:44 am

    So. Is one of the many institution named after Robert Byrd (D- 8th plane of Hell) going to sponsor any classes dedicated to educating the youth of America in any ‘movements’?

  2. Paula on 22/22/12 at 12:40 pm

    This is where the conservative movement fails to push back. Conservative parents should send their children to these classes and have the children spend the time questioning the teacher about the real goals of this movement. Push back and give them an answer to this – This is about utilizing the power of young people and how they can shape this world for the better, certainly their own neighborhoods, towns, and cities. – an answer that involves more personal liberties, less government intrusion, you know, Tea Party ideals. Instead of complaining and letting the liberals get one step up, fight back in their safe places like schools and colleges. I have taught my nieces and nephews how to debate their teachers over this stuff and they have. They proudly espouse conservative ideas and are ready to explain the benefits of less social justice and more personal liberties. Teach your kids and help spread the word!