If you know nothing else about the institution that you’re sending your child to for indoctrination, you should know at least these two things about what it teaches: 1) Government is god. 2)The institution serves the government.
So what does this mean? First, it means that the government is working tirelessly in usurping God as the arbiter of good and evil. Second, the institution serves, worships and pays tribute to the usurper, and it will do everything it can to teach your children to do the same.
This reality will play itself out in a variety of ways; this particular story gives us an example of just one of them. The god/state has declared nationalism to be evil, and multiculturalism good. No culture, therefore, is to be judged as any better or worse than any other culture. John Lennon summed up the anthem for this mindset in his song Imagine:
Imagine there’s no countries
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
“Nothing to kill or die for” is key to my point today. The way the new god/state figures it, if there are no countries or religions there will be no more war, and Utopia will follow. So all things military are to be frowned upon. That all things military are evil is to be indoctrinated into your child’s mind.
We can see how this works in your schoolhouse in this story from Rockingham County, Virginia:
From the story:
No one is going to deride the U.S. military in front of Pvt. Mathew Clark and get away with it.
Clark, a student at Broadway High School and a member of the Army National Guard, was having lunch in the cafeteria Friday when he heard some other students ridicule the armed forces.
Video shot by his sister captured Mathew standing up at his table and announcing, “He just said that, troops that risk their lives every day are a disgrace to the military, and that they shouldn’t be in the military, and he can do our job better than we can.
…After the incident, Clark was suspended for creating “a major disturbance in the cafeteria, provoking some students to anger and creating a potentially unsafe environment,” according to a letter sent to his parents, WHSV reports.
Most people live their lives in a bovine slumber, easily herded into this mindset or that. So to them, charges against Clarke that he was “causing a major disturbance in the cafeteria” and “provoking other students to anger”sounds worthy of suspension. But we know that that’s not the real issue don’t we? It’s funny how the message the god/state doesn’t like is the one that we can count on to cause a “potentially unsafe environment”.
The truth is becoming ever more obvious that every public school campus is not potentially an unsafe environment… it IS an unsafe environment; and it’s not unsafe because of any speech a student might make, but because of what they’re teaching and indoctrinating there.