In my last post, I talked about words. So this post cites another example of words redefined. But first, let’s look at the so-called establishment clause:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
So what do these words mean? It means what those in power want them to mean. It’s obvious that they can’t mean they say because of this:
It looks as thought these guys think this child is the state and was establishing his religion in the schoolhouse. Of course looks can be deceiving… or maybe not so much in this case. This is the way religions operate now, and the way they’ve always operated. And it’s why the establishment clause was put in the constitution in the first place. Religions are jealous, and once they’ve deceived the multitudes they can’t very well have any strange religions taught. Secular Humanism IS the established religion in the state-run schoolhouse. And so these people are simply acting like the religious people they are.
No Christian would send their children to a Buddhist temple, or a Mosque for an education. But every day they send their children to a religious institution to be indoctrinated into a new religion. Why?