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Reason 289: Because The “Safe School” Is The One In Your Home

One of the things about an Orwellian mentality is that it’s meant to deceive. When the institution starts a “safe schools” program, you can bet there’s a twist that you’re not supposed to catch. What they mean is that it is safe for whatever new behavior that has managed to purchase its ticket on the victimhood bus. It’s not safe at all for anyone else.

This is one of the best videos I’ve seen of a mother who finally, finally, finally gets it. It’s from Australia I believe but no matter. The whole of Western “civilization” is circling the drain:

Here are some quotes:

“I know my son best like all parents know their children best. He likes the capacity to understand certain things, and this would be one of them. The cross-dressing would be one of them.”

“I’ve also got a younger daughter… That would mean that she’s  sharing facilities, bathroom facilities, with a member of the opposite sex, and she doesn’t see male genitals at home so why would I send her to school possibly to see male genitals at school. I just don’t think that’s appropriate and, you know, it could mean that, she being only 7 and a year 12 boy might walk in and that’s frightening to me. I’m not saying the boys going to attack her or anything like that, but who would know where it leads? You just don’t know, you don’t know how far this is all going to go?”

“It’s warping their child’s way of thinking”

“This is where they will learn breast binding, penis tucking, and when I was going through this with my school last year at the bottom of the  breast binding page was about 5 or 6 links, now those links were adult website links. The worst one that I could see was the tool shed. It was called the tool shed, and it was where children could log on and look at or purchase adult content like sex aides, dildoes, strap-ons, you name it… and I’m still waiting, still waiting, for the person to be held accountable for putting those links on a youth website.”

This is a must-watch in my opinion, no matter where you live. And for the record, “safe schools” is a pipe dream. The safest school your child can attend is yours. And the most dangerous place you can send them is government school pushing for “safe schools”.

 

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Reason 234: Because A Thug Mentality Brings Out The Worst In The Schoolhouse Management

Yesterday we saw a girl being beaten by her peers because she wouldn’t help them cheat. Today, we see more of the same:

UPDATE: SC teacher suspended after questioning standardized tests

Just remember one thing, when you’re dealing with government bureaucrats collectively, you’re dealing with thugs.  They’re like maggots under a rock, and they DO NOT like for that rock to be lifted up. Also, keep in mind there are millions of laws, codes and regulations at their disposal by which they can turn you into a criminal before you can say bankruptcy.

It’s so sad to see good teachers who are so naive that they still think the schoolhouse exists to teach children. No! If you want children to be taught you will keep them far from the schoolhouse.

The core issue with Common Core is money if you haven’t figured that out yet. In that way it’s no different than other issues. There’s an enormous amount of money invested in this latest savior program; and when it comes to money, it’s better to try to take a rack of ribs away from a hungry lion than to mess with the bureaucracy machine.

Here are some interesting parts of the letter this teacher wrote that precipitated the institution’s ire:

“I object to forcing children to sit through hours of bubble tests when they don’t even understand what they are doing and why they are doing it,” Happel wrote in her letter. “This is inhumane.”

Happel, a mother of two, taught for 25 years in Wisconsin before she moved to South Carolina last fall and joined the West Oak Middle School staff. Unlike Wisconsin, parents cannot opt their children out of standardized tests in South Carolina, and Happel thinks it’s unfair.

“We need help getting a law in South Carolina to opt out,” she said.

And while Happel’s most immediate concerns center on her students, she’s also troubled by broader issues with what she terms the “federal invasion” of public education through President Obama’s Race to the Top education initiative, which incentivized states to participate in the national Common Core curriculum and associated tests.

“The scores are sent to the state education departments, which sends them to the federal department of education,” Happel said. “The constitution says education is a state’s right, not a federal right.”

How dare she say such things. Now Mrs. Happel is being shown some of the “tolerance” that the schoolhosue teaches its students.  Maybe she’ll learn then to understand that she’s just a cog in the machine, and to not imagine otherwise.

But as for you, she has a point. When it comes to the thugs and bullies at the government schoolhouse, best to keep them at a safe distance from your children.

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Reason 226: Because Some In The Institution Actually Believe What It Teaches

Here is a sad story:

16-year-old girl beaten to death in high school bathroom in Delaware

Here’s the problem. How do the elites make themselves gods while at the same time destroying God? On the one hand, they need to dispell the silly notion that there’s an authority that trumps their own, and on the other they must insist that it’s wrong for us to kill each other. So, they explain man’s existence through a process they call survival of the fittest where only the fit survive to pass along their genes. And then they say it’s wrong to kill the weak.

Well this poor young soul won’t be passing along any genes. She was weak. She didn’t survive the schoolhouse and its thugs and bullies, who are strong.  And yet those who insist that survival of the fittest must be taught, and make laws to ensure it will be taught, and take action against anyone who questions its teaching, are the first to be shocked when their students live as if what they taught is true.

If this is the world you dream of, then the schoolhouse is the place you’ll definitely want to send your children off to for a good indoctrination. But if you think this smells a little like hell on earth, then do something different. Teach your children that they were created… by a creator, and that it’s wrong to kill each other; not because you say it is, or some Planned Parenthood butcher elitist says he thinks it is, but because God says it is.

 

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Reason 211: Because Bully Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Kid

Here’s some footage of the sort of thing that was going on long before the institution decided to install cameras.

Teacher arrested after video shows child knocked over

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Reason 179: Because The Institution Is Not A Safe Place

In Reason 175, among others, I discussed teacher/student sexual relationships and the overreaction of the institution that assures us that, “children are gonna to do what children are gonna do.” Today I see this article about the state of New Mexico legalizing adolescent texting:

New Mexico teens can now legally sext each other and exchange nude photos

And here is the all-too-common defense of such a move:

Kids will be kids, and they’re going to make mistakes…

Oh sure. Kids will be kids. It’s a part of your child’s growing up experience. Why its completely normal for every man’s daughter to have nude pictures of herself being passed around the institution’s campus, and we need to decree that as okay, because kids will be kids don’t you know. No need to get upset about it.

So what we can glean from this is that the institution has taken sexting out of their “inappropriate” box and moved it to the “appropriate” box… just like that. So now your child who was involved in “inappropriate” behavior yesterday is now as pure and righteous as the wind driven snow today, thank you government, because the state has decided it is so, and it is, after all, the final arbiter of what is righteous and what is not.

Of course the institution is pushing this, through the ACLU,  because it is well aware that digital photographs in a digital age are completely beyond the control of any one person. And the younger, and more innocent, the better when it comes to perversion. This “law” slams the door open for predators and child pornographers who are using the institution for access to your children.

When you send your child to the schoolhouse, you are not sending her to a safe place. You are giving away control of the vast majority of her young life to strangers in an institution controlled from top down by people who are increasingly blind and lost when it comes to a moral compass. The institution is in a moral free fall. It is no place for your children.

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Reason 91: Because Bullies Are Bad, Even If The Bully Is An Institution

From “The Blaze”:

Top-Performing Home-Schoolers Told They Can’t Compete in Science Fair This Year, Despite Over a Decade of Participation

From the article:

Home-schooled students and their parents in New Mexico protested with signs this week that said “Let us compete!” after they were told they could not be included in a science fair competition.

According to KOAT-TV, a group of home-schooled students wished to compete in Science Olympiad as they had for the past 11 years. This year though, they were told state law prohibited them from entering the competition.

But typical of bullies, they are masters at making the victim seem unreasonable, and at fault. And this is no different. It seems that the state began to enforce old rules that required the homeschoolers to join up with local public schools. Another bit:

KOAT reported that students could join a public school team, but that could pose a problem. Some schools do not have an established team and those that do are already well into running their programs, making it potentially too late for the home-schoolers to join.

Oh, well how about that? So sorry.

Bullies, and Bully institutions alike, cannot suffer competition. So being stronger they use their strength to shove those they don’t like to the ground. And that’s what has happened here. So if you have any illusions that it’s all about the children, be illusioned no more… lest your illusions become delusions. If the institution was for children, then one would think that it would live up to its own mantra of “inclusion”. But, again, that’s just another lie promulgated by the institution. It’s not tolerant, and it’s not inclusive. It is, however, hypocritical to the extreme.

Anyone who still thinks that the institution is for anything except the institution is deceived. But science fair or no science fair, your child will fair much better by living his young life under the training of someone who loves her, and the institution doesn’t.

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Reason 67: Because Reality Trumps Fiction Every Time

You can pretend you can fly. You can identify as a bird. No one can stop you. You can even think you’re flying when you jump off a cliff. But you can’t pretend that the sudden stop ain’t gonna hurt. Reality will win every time. Playing pretend is a one thing for a child… healthy even. Children pretend all kinds of fun things. But when adults do it, it doesn’t go so well. And when the state does it, it’s down right dangerous.

The latest pretend game by the state is to pretend that homosexuality has always been accepted by all, and is good and righteous, and that throughout history evil has always reared its ugly head by considering it a deviant lifestyle. Nevermind that homosexual activity is unhealthy. If a truth is not liked, just pretend it away.

So here’s an example reported by “The Wichita Eagle” concerning a teacher who takes it on himself to show the children put in his charge a propaganda movie off  Youtube about the evils bound up in being too unsophisticated to see the emperor’s clothing.

From the article:

The movie he showed his eighth-grade students last month portrays a heterosexual girl being raised in a dystopian society where homosexuality is the norm. The girl is bullied by classmates – to the indifference of several teachers and other adults – until she commits suicide.

But the movie is actually closer to reality than analogy. We do live in a dystopian society where homosexuality is normalized. And children do get bullied for holding to historical truths concerning marriage and sexuality. And there is a suicide epidemic. The only difference is that the epidemic is not among homosexuals. Of course, as typical of propaganda, it plays on the emotions while sensationalizing the minute and downplaying the truth.

So the state, at least on this local level, finds itself stuck between a rock and a hard place. On one side you have many of the parents, who for whatever reason still trust the state with their children, who don’t want the state corrupting their minds with lies. And then on the other you have the elitists who run the institution.

The board, consequently, is in a quandary where reality demands that there is no quandary. This teacher should be fired. But he isn’t because he’s an employee of the state, which is gungho for this sort of propaganda.  And if it gets its way with your children, they will be confused too. So solution, don’t let them have their way with your children. See? Problem solved.

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Reason 43: Because You Live In A Cruel World And 6 Is Too Young An Age To Be Sent Out Amongst It

From liftdump.com

When A 6-Year-Old Gets Off the Bus in Her Underwear, Mom Never Expected this Excuse From the School

When you put your child on that government bus, you have effectively lost control of her circumstances.  You, and worse your child also, are at the mercy of a cruel institution. Your only hope is that decent human beings will intervene when darkness threatens.  But they aren’t always present.  Such was the case for this poor little girl.

From the article:

The 6-year-old girl was in class at Belle Terre Elementary School in Palm Coast when she raised her hand, needing to go to the bathroom. When the teacher reportedly ignored the girl, she did what kids are known to do when they just can’t hold it in any longer, soiling her underwear and pants.

Six year olds are not adults.  They have almost zero life experience. It’s difficult for grown ups, including parents, to grasp that.  It seems silly to us that a child wouldn’t just get up and go if she had to.  But at that age authority is still important and that’s a good thing if the authority is worthy of being honored.  So how did the “authority” handle this six year old’s natural compulsory calling? The answer is nothing short of abuse:

Rather than call the McCurdys to bring a change of clothes, the girl’s parents say that the school forced her to ride home on the school bus in nothing but a soiled shirt and a pair of school-issued underwear. It led to the girl being “picked on, bullied” and “laughed at,” her mother Jennifer said.

It never ceases to amaze me that parents cannot see that the schoolhouse is no friend to their children.  It is a minefield of   abusive teachers and peers, and no child is equipped to negotiate it.

The Dad is now on a campaign and has “hired a lawyer in connection to the incident,explaining that they don’t want any child to be placed in such a situation again.”  Hey Dad, there’s only one way to ensure that.  Bring your child home!  She will get a better education, and she will have a better childhood.

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Reason 38: Because How To Overcome A Bully’s abuse Is Not What A Child Should Have To Learn In Their School

This is a nice story.  A boy dumps superglue into a girl’s hair and she overcomes.  But there is a much larger story behind this story which is that it is not an unusual story, yet it is an unusual story.  That this girl had the wherewithal to overcome this particular prank is unusual.  But it is usual in that millions of students in the same way silently endure living hells in the state school system every year.  There’s another story also, which was that the punishment that the boy who did this received for his assault barely qualified as punishment.  From the article: “After the horrific act, the superglue culprit only received one in-school suspension.”

It only stands to reason that in a school that teaches children that their very existence is due to “survival of the fittest”, that the strong would receive a slap on the wrist for preying on the weak, just for kicks.  And, as these children endure abuse so torturous that it drives some even to suicide, they will at the same time be taught that social justice is the most important endeavor that can be pursued by man or woman.  I hope that these students will understand that the “justice” meted out by these officials is not justice, social or otherwise.

 

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