August 2, 2011 by USA Post
Frank Borzellieri, 48, was named director of Our Lady of Mount Caramel School in 2009, despite having a history of writing and controversial campaigns. While serving as school board member in Queens from 1993 to 2002, tried to ban Borzellieri literature which he called “anti-American,” including a biography of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Borzellieri requested the removal of an openly gay teacher and gay rights activist class and has requested a resolution to teach students to U.S. culture is superior. Borzellieri is also a contributor to several publications known white supremacist.
Enter the Daily News: In 2004, Borzellieri wrote the book “Do not take it personally: race, immigration, crime and other heresies,” which declares, “Diversity is a weakness” and says that the population increase Black and Latino in the United States will “New Dark Age.”
He has also written frequently for the white supremacist American Renaissance published, with the still is “intimately involved” nonprofit Southern Poverty Law Center, says.
Borzellieri declined to comment to the newspaper report.
Mount Caramel pastor, the Rev. Eric Rapaglia, said he “sees no reason for concern,” when Borzellieri hired to run the 200-student elementary school, drawing concern from parents, many of whom did not know the past of the Borzellieri. A teacher, who worked with Borzellieri in another Catholic school in the Bronx, said he warned the Archdiocese of New York in 2007 that students had complained Borzellieri being used as “research” for his books, but the teacher never got a response.
“Many of their ideas into reality to benefit minorities,” said Rapaglia.
Archdiocese spokesman Joe Zwilling said no record of a complaint against Borzellieri, but said the matter is under review. A review of the recruitment process of the directors of the parish was in effect in 2009 – after he was hired as Borzellieri.
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