Calling on Texas Patriots to Help #StopGulen in Loudoun, Virginia

Tomorrow night, Tues. Feb. 19th is a big meeting and we need all hands on deck to help parents in Loudoun, Virginia Stop the Gulen Network from infiltrating.  Why would we help folks in Virginia – because we know and understand the threat of a slow creeping jihad in America, we have fought back against the Race to the Top in Texas and we must stand together with fellow Americans to fight back.

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So here is your call to Action: Read the Background and be ready tomorrow night online in Texas and across the country by reading the call to action below the Background.


Loudoun County (VA) Gulen school meeting
Parents for Educational Accountability
 Invites you to a Critical Briefing:
“Will LMITA Repeat the History of Other Gulen-Related Charter Schools ?”
Remarks by Mary Addi, A Former Gulen Charter School Teacher

Featuring Information that County Residents and their Elected
Representatives Must Know About
 The Applicants, Their Associations and Other Reasons Why the Loudoun Math and IT Academy (LMITA) Application Should be Rejected
When:  Tuesday, February 19, 2013
following the end of the public comment portion of the School Board’s Final Public Hearing on the LMITA Application (which starts at 6:30 p.m.)
Where:  Room 100 A, Loudoun County Schools Administration Building
21000 Education Ct., Ashburn, VA
Sponsored by Center for Security Policy


group of Turkish-Americans, led by Fatih Kandil, an educator with extensive experience in the Gulen network, have filed an application to tap into Loudoun County and Virginia State education funding. In addition, they appear to have their eyes on the Obama Education Department’s “Race to the Top” funding for charter schools.
This is the second attempt by a group of Turkish-Americans to apply to receive government funding for a charter school in Loudoun County.

A detailed chart, linking the Loudoun Turkish applicants to the Gulen network is here: Fatih Kandil’s Direct Links to Gulen

Why Loudoun?

Loudoun County, Virginia is one of America’s wealthiest counties. Our school system is second to none. We have access to two extremely fine Science and Technology academic programs–Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJ, a Virginia State Governors School), and Loudoun’s own Academy of Science. In addition, Loudoun’s high schools all offer Advanced Placement and other challenging curriculum.

TJ consistently ranks as the top, or at least in the top three to five high schools in the nation. AOS provides an excellent science-based high school education to Loudoun high schoolers. Both these schools feature competitive entrance, and have demonstrated their proficiency at producing high-achieving graduates who go on to the finest universities.

Loudoun’s regular high schools offer a full array of science,technology and math challenges that are top notch. Our students consistently ace the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) tests for all math and science classes.

Our current school administration, the School Board and the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) staff, along with our teachers and administrators provide a smorgasbord of services that is unrivaled across the country, and internationally. Every classroom has a smart boardTechnology is available for every student to use. Lessons across the curriculum in every high school are fullly integrated with use of technology.

LCPS high schools include the Governors Career and Technical Academy, based in the LCPS Monroe Technology Center. Many programs at Monroe Technology Center (MTC), which houses the Governor’s Career and Technical Academy of Loudoun, have science, technology, engineering and/or math imbedded into their curriculums.

What school system did the Gulen charter school applicants think they were applying for? A rural district in a less-developed state? Their proposal to better serve the needs of Loudoun’s students for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) is laughable on its face.

What is it that the Turkish education community believes they have to offer Loudoun County?

Or is the attraction what Loudoun County has to offer them? Continue readinghere. 

Call to ACTION: We will be following what is happening at the meeting tomorrow evening via Twitter. Please join us in retweeting using the hashtag#StopGulen. Join us also by posting on Facebook.

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Knowledge is Power and together we can make the difference!!

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Alice Linahan is a Politically-Active Texas Mom who has worked hard in the trenches of the Grassroots Movement. As an established leader in New Media with Voices Empower and as Vice President of Women on the Wall, Alice brings audiences a servant’s voice with a heartfelt, funny tone and when the truth needs to be told in a bold, fresh manner Alice can deliver. She brings alive the stories from the trenches of the movement of parents asking… #CANiSEE what you are teaching my child that is taking America by storm. Alice is a radio talk show host of the Women On the Wall Radio Show in addition to being the Author of the upcoming “A parents journey from #CANiSEE™© to I Can SEE” study on the Common Core. Alice Linahan is a winner of the 2014 UPTON SINCLAIR AWARD with for her work as an Advocate for Securing the Best of Education Policies for the next generation of American children. Alice has been described as “Passionate in everything she does and she is proof that one person can make a difference.

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