Maoist Style Propaganda for Children About Hillary Clinton on Sale in Target Stores

Today is Saturday, February 27th, 2016.  I needed a couple of odds and ends, and went to my local Target.  As I was walking through the store, I happened to pass by the toy department where they had some children’s books and this one caught my eye.

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HRC propaganda bookAfter getting over the initial shock of seeing this book, I had to investigate further.  Brace yourselves, this gets pretty bad.

This book is clearly intended to propagandize children between the ages of 3 and 8 into believing Hillary Clinton as a great leader and an American legend.

I am reluctant to post any other pics of the book’s contents.  It is not my intention to violate the author’s copyrights.  But I will describe what the book says about Hillary Clinton, and more importantly, what it does not say.

The book opens in the 1950s, and describes the world as exclusively a club for men and where women were powerless until Hillary came along.  Of course, women were far from powerless in the 1950s.  Obviously, there were some powerful women in the world, even though men dominated positions of authority and power.  The book’s authors have an obvious disdain for the era of the 1950s and they point out how Hillary was able to upstage boys at sports and how even at a very young age loved politics.  Let me stop here to ask a question.  Do any of you know any little girls who are well adjusted an “love politics”?

Continuing, the book goes on to label Hillary a “superwoman.”  The story says this was evidenced by the fact that she sometimes had to leave the court rooms to call a babysitter or deal with sexist critics who said “she didn’t take time to paint her toenails or style her hair.”  It goes on to talk about how “hard” it was for Hillary because she was being criticized by an unnamed former President for being “too strong and too smart.”

As the book goes through the years of the Clinton Administration, it talks about Hillarycare, stating, “Some people hated Hillary and her new ideas…she was met with mobs so threatening, she had to wear a bulletproof vest.”  The book is just chock full of childish complaints about how Hillary had to suffer criticisms, as though criticism was invented to torment her alone.

Doubtless, it will be claimed this book was written to inspire young girls.  But that inspiration can be attained without advancing a mythological view of a woman who is the most corrupt politician of this or any generation.  There are an incredible number of scandals and controversies omitted from this book.  I am not saying they should have been included.  I am saying, the fact those scandals and controversies exist, means this book should never have been written in the first place.

Here are just a few of them:

  • Clinton as a Goldwater Girl in 1964
  • Clinton worked for communist agitator, Saul Alinsky
  • Clinton was fired from the Watergate Committee for unethical behavior
  • Whitewater
  • Rose Law Firm
  • Vince Foster’s death
  • Character assassination against her husband’s many illicit affairs
  • Chinagate
  • Travelgate
  • Filegate
  • Cattle futures
  • Stealing White House furniture in 2000
  • Drug dealer donor scandal
  • Ponzi Scheme and political favor scandal
  • Selling of the Lincoln bedroom
  • Benghazi
  • Unsecured unauthorized private email account and server

 

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