Before I start let me remind you that the student in the article below is just a student. She cannot write law. She cannot enforce law. She cannot even vote for law. She’s not even a subject of the state as much as she is a child of a subject. Only the state can put laws on the books or take laws off the books, or enforce the laws that IT has put on the books. This truth is so quickly forgotten in discussions involving illegal immigration, and it’s forgotten by design.
Statist love to feign helplessness by pretending that laws come from some magical source, and that they, the statists, are just as much victims of law as the next slave.
So we have here a poor girl here who must have been told something by someone about free speech. And she’s learning that that freedom is only a freedom at the pleasure of the statist institution called her public school. Here is the story from Breitbart:
A High School cheerleader in Revere, Mass., is being benched for the rest of the season as punishment for her post on Twitter about illegal immigrants.
“When only 10 percent of Revere votes for mayor cause the other 90 percent isn’t legal,” Caley Godino posted on Twitter reported Boston’s Fox 25. The post was “a response to a tweet from her teacher about the low voter turnout for November’s mayoral race. Caley says she meant her tweet as a political comment, not a racial one,” Fox 25 reported…
Students complained about Godino’s post on Twitter, so the Revere Superintendent Dianne Kelly stepped in and told Fox 25 that the school district “believes in freedom of speech, but cannot support what she calls insensitive language.”
“If you’re going to stand up and say something that other people will find offensive, then you need to be prepare to deal with the ramifications of that,” the superintendent declared.
What a great setup for turning children into slaves. First, write law. Then invite people to break that law. Then when people complain that the law is being broken enforce laws that are not written anywhere at all on that person. When the children get older they will have ceased to think in terms of laws, but rather in terms of the whims of their lords and masters in the big state. And that’s exactly the way the state needs them to think.
Sorry, it might costs my children a thing or two to remember freedom, and to seek to restore it. But it is my hope that they won’t be listening to the sorry tunes being played by the state pied piper as they march mindlessly into slavery.