Texas Teaching Boston Tea Party Was Terrorism


All over the country, schools have been changing the truth for years to teach toward a narrative. But, who ever thought that the Boston Tea Party was an act of “terrorism” against “occupying” forces? In Texas, students are being thought just that. Apparently, civil disobedience and protests are now considered terrorism.

Teachers are being instructed to read the following as if it were a breaking news announcement:

A local militia, believed to be a terrorist organization, attacked the property of private citizens today at our nation’s busiest port,” the curriculum states. “Although no one was injured in the attack, a large quantity of merchandise, considered to be valuable to its owners and loathsome to the perpetrators, was destroyed. The terrorists, dressed in disguise and apparently intoxicated, were able to escape into the night with the help of local citizens who harbor these fugitives and conceal their identities from the authorities.

It is believed that the terrorist attack was a response to the policies enacted by the occupying country’s government. Even stronger policies are anticipated by the local citizens.

Huffington Post is reporting that these lessons are organized by CSCOPE:

…a nonprofit offshoot of the Texas Education Service Centers of 20 media and “education service” centers established in 1965 across the state’s school districts, playing “an integral role in the provision of necessary and essential services to school districts and charter schools in the implementation of school reform and school improvement.” CSCOPE is reported to have received about $25 million in funding last year.

In addition, the Texas State Board of Education has adopted a curriculum for social studies and history that has amended and watered down regarding the civil rights movement, religious freedom, the United Nations and many other subjects considered to be more sensitive topics.

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