Labor: If anything raises questions about the fitness of the California Federation of Teachers to be around kids, just look at its new video pushing class warfare doctrine by graphically depicting "the rich" urinating on the poor.
The angry, hate-filled cartoon video was placed right up top on the California Federation of Teachers' website, where children could see it, if it's not already being shown in classrooms.
Besides featuring a Monopoly-money style fat man urinating onto the heads of four people representing the middle class, "Tax the Rich: An Animated Fairy Tale" dishonestly pushes a class warfare narrative in an effort to whip up hatred of "rich people."
"Rich people love their money more than anything in the whole world," narrates Hollywood actor and noted leftist Ed Asner, in tones used in reading to schoolchildren. "Over time, rich people decided they weren't rich enough so they came up with ways to get richer."
Incredibly, this comes from a union representing teachers, the very people entrusted with teaching schoolchildren. The fact that the bilious cartoon video is clearly targeted at young people is a sign its aim is no longer education, but propaganda and indoctrination.
The bile that oozes in the union's puerile seven-minute screed was unspeakable: The world was a paradise full of good jobs and safe streets until "rich people" decided to get more money, so the video begins.
Instead of paying their "fair share" of taxes, the rich decided to do three things: seek tax cuts, engage in loopholes and evade taxes by shipping their fortunes to the Cayman Islands, illegally of course, mendaciously suggesting that any financial tie with the Caymans is illegal.