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Reason 351: Because Of Institutionalized Racism

The word “racism”, like most other hot-button words, has been redefined as of late. To be a “racist” today means nothing more than disagreeing with the political party that owns the schoolhouse. That party, of course, would be the democrat party.

But many blacks are beginning to understand the negative effect of the government’s  indoctrination of their children into a victim mentality, and they’re loving their children enough to rescue them.

This is a good read that discusses this increasing trend:

Black Families in Georgia Are Rejecting Public School

A taste of the article:

According to a recent article in the Christian Science Monitor, an increasing number of black families are leaving public schools for the same reason they once embraced them, and are instead gravitating to homeschooling.

Quoting a former public-school-teacher-turned-homeschool-mom named Nikita Bush,The Monitor explains this movement:

“Despite the promises of the civil rights movement, ‘people are starting to realize that public education in America was designed for the masses of poor, and its intent has been to trap poor people into being workers and servants. If you don’t want that for your children, then you look for something else,’ she says.”

This is encouraging, especially considering the democrat’s pandering to the teacher’s unions and the horrible conditions that that pandering has wrought for poor blacks. At least this family won’t be government victims.





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Reason 327: Because Why Make Your Child Pay For Another’s Willing Blindness

I wondered for some time if the self-appointed liberal elitists knew what they were doing, and were trying to destroy a nation, or if they really believed what they said. It’s not as if there’s no one countering their bad ideas with factual and reasoned arguments. And it’s also not as if there isn’t good data to show the failure that their ideas have become. But sadly, in these days there’s no discussing problems. There’s only one way, their way, and if you don’t agree, why you’re a ________ phobe, or a racist.  Oh, and you’re a closed minded bigot to boot. This is not an environment that fosters learning. Not does it foster innovation or progress–unless by “progress” you mean the destruction of Western Civ.  In that case, there’s enormous progress.  I know longer care whether it’s intentional or misguided. It doesn’t matter. In either case, the effect is the same, and stopping it will require the same actions.

This is mindset is the schoolhouse, and the schoolhouse is this mindset. And it has created an environment that cannot foster learning, nor does it foster innovation or progress–unless by “progress” you mean the destruction of Western Civ.  In which case, there’s been enormous progress.  I no longer care whether it’s intentional or misguided. It doesn’t matter. In either case, the effect is the same.

Here is a great story that demonstrates my point:

Federal Racial Discipline Quotas Create Chaos In St. Paul Schools

On [outsted Superintendent Valeria] Silva’s watch, the city’s high schools have become menacing places where gangs of out-of-control teens prowl the halls, and “classroom invasions” by students settling private disputes are commonplace…  Her policies, initiated in 2010, launched the St. Paul schools on a downward spiral of chaos and violence. In December 2015, Ramsey County attorney John Choi labeled the situation “a public health crisis.” In 2015, assaults on teachers in St. Paul schools reported to his office tripled compared to 2014, and were up 36 percent over the previous four-year average.

What brought all of this on you ask? This:

Using Race as a Weapon for Inequality

The discipline policies that gave rise to this chaos sprang from Silva’s embrace of “racial equity” ideology. In St. Paul, as across the nation, black students as a group are referred for discipline at higher rates than their peers. Silva made eliminating this racial gap a top priority.

Study after study after study after study, etc, etc and so on ad nauseam  points to the real problem, which is fatherlessness. But since liberals hate patriarchy, these studies must be ignored. Since communism has always stood against the family unit, because barbarians are much easier to enslave, family and fatherhood are anathema.  So the only thing left is to make millions of rules to fix the problems caused by the previous millions of rules that were created to impose with force what reality would not grant; repeat, repeat, repeat, till destruction complete.

This is the school house. Silva is a product of the schoolhouse. If you think she’s just going to ride off into the night after being fired, you or horrifically mistaken. She is on a mission, and she is not alone. She is one person in a vast army. And that army controls your government’s “education program”.  But it doesn’t have to control your child’s education program. You can actually still legally raise your child in reality, and this is but one reason out of 365 I’ll give why you should.

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Reason 315: Because Children Ought To Be Taught Family Privilege, Not “White Privilege”

Guilt is a powerful motivator. But if there is no God, why should we feel any guilt at all? Shouldn’t we cast off the restraints implanted into us by evolution and live according to the popular, campus-culture phrase, YOLO? (You only live once)  Why should I feel guilty because evolution has apparently deemed some races inferior if obviousness is a factor? Look around. Wouldn’t it follow that if history, and thereby evolution, has brought us to this place where some races are obviously exploited by others? And if they are, doesn’t if follow that evolution has made one superior to the other?  Seems logical to me… if there’s no God. Of course, I reject that, but then again, I prefer to live a life of consistency. And I also prefer to teach consistency to my children.

Still, if the Godless statist education institution thinks that we ought to not feel guilty about sin, and it rejects sin, but at the same time it teaches our children to feel guilty based on the Godless statist’s morality, then the only conclusion I can come to is this:  Never feel guilty for violating God’s morality, because guilt is bad. Always feel guilty about violating the god/state’s morality of equality, even though that morality contradicts everything else the god/state teaches, because… errrr, ahhh… guilt is good? It must be good because as we can see in this article, teachers are urged to teach it:

National Conference Tells Educators to Check Their Book and Newspaper Privilege

The author of this article includes an excerpt from another of his articles addressing a “privilege walk”:

1. “If you were embarrassed about your clothes or house while growing up, take one step back.”

2. “If you have tried to change your speech or mannerisms to gain credibility, take one step back.”

3. “If members of your gender are portrayed on TV in degrading roles, take one step backward.”

4. “If you can walk past a construction site without being looked up and down or catcalled at, take one step forward.”

So, basically, anyone who has ever gone to school in a bright orange sweatshirt with flowers on it (not that I’m talking about myself or anything), only to feel humiliated, could technically step back for item 1 regardless of family income. For item 2, anyone who had not used an f-bomb during a job interview. As for item 3, anyone familiar with characters like Homer Simpson, Peter Griffin, or actually pretty much most TV dads would realize that everyone in the room could step back regardless of gender.

There are a couple of things that are very glaring to me about this exercise. First, it’s self-contradicting, which is a tale-tell sign that it’s founded in the liberal, Godless mind. In number one I’m supposed to be able to look like everyone else or I’m under-privileged. In number two I’m supposed to be accepted even though I am different. In number three it speaks of degrading roles played by gender on TV. In number four it degrades and prejudges men, who are not acting out due to their gender distinctions, because those distinctions don’t exist, but who instead are acting according to the social constructs they’ve learned, which is what all our morality is based on, except when it’s not, I guess. Confused? I am.

Second, it’s based on a worldview that is antithetical to true happiness. For the Godless liberal, this world, and this life is all there is. So power and material possessions are the only things that matter. But in my experience, nothing could be further from relevant.

Studies show a reality beyond materialism and power. A more pertinent question would be, “Were you happy as a child?” Or, “Were you raised in an intact, traditional family?” If the answer to those questions were yes, the odds are much greater that you really were privileged, regardless of the wealth and power your family enjoyed. But no one’s going to be asking those questions because families are available to all regardless of race, gender, wealth and power. In fact, studies show that families fair much better in all those categories.  And if the statist school system actually cared a whit about the welfare of your children it would encourage sexual purity, marriage, childrearing, and family to all races and socioeconomic groups. Fatherlessness and its effects do not discriminate.  There are worse things in life than being poor. I’d bankrupt myself for my family. I’d rather live in a dumpster with my family than in a mansion without them. But then again, I’m not a materialist.

This is important. The statist education institution is GOING to do everything in it’s power to have your child worshipping at the altar of materialism and power. They must, lest your children realize that there’s much more to life than the god/state’s promise of a Utopia, which is out there in the future somewhere, eventually, once your child finally grows up and gives it the power it needs to create it. But it will always be out there in the future because it is an impossible task, an illusion. The only Utopia that the state will bring about is for the masters who live an isolated existence, protected from the very law that makes life hell on earth for everyone else. But even in that hell, the family is the best place to be, and your children should be taught this and it should be demonstrated to them constantly.  And sending them to the god/state for a statist, secular humanist education is not demonstrating it.


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Reason 310: Because A Worthy Cause And Public School Are At Odds

There are plenty of worthy causes to be involved in, but chances are, if they are worthy they will also be, not so much thankless as accolade-less.  But if you jump onto one of the popular causes of our day you’re sure to get accolades galore, but at the same time it’s probably a rotten cause. And that’s just what happened here:

Eighth Grader’s ‘White Privilege’ Poem Takes First Place

Nevermind the mindlessness of such self-loathing dribble parroted by this poor child, what I want to see is his mentors, and even him, live up to their words. De-privileging one’s self is much easier than to do what everyone else wants to do, including blacks, which is to “privilege” themselves. Jesus had some great advice for this sort of thing. He said to sell everything you own and give it to the poor. That will definitely de-privilege you. But it’s easier to live the good life and feel guilty about it than it is to actually do something that furthers your cause against your own privilege by making yourself underprivileged, even though doing so would technically be one of the easiest things ever. The only thing required, after the easy task of dumping wealth, is to adopt an anti-social dress code, attitude and ethic, become a sloth, then blame everyone else for your woes. Blacks haven’t cornered the market on this either by the way, but no one’s talking about that. Talk is cheap anyway. And all the while all this talking is going on about what rotten human beings white people are due to their supposed “privileges”, nothing ever gets done about the disadvantages of blacks, which are real. But who cares? This young man is national news because he expressed his self-hatred and white-guilt better than his classmates. He has received his reward in full.

When Jesus said to sell everything and give it to the poor he didn’t stop there. He continued. He said to then come and follow me. You see, the black person is in the shape he’s in, not because of white privilege, but rather because his family has been decimated. And interestingly enough, the same people in the cause that is cheering this poor young liberal on are the same people who played a big part in destroying it. Fatherlessness is a problem wherever and whoever it strikes, and it doesn’t discriminate.

But in the schoolhouse children will be taught that Marxism is the black man’s savior, and the poor privileged white man’s too, and not until an all-powerful government evens things up a bit will it get better for both. But that is a lie, and for anyone who has studied history, or has a clue about the heart and condition of man, knows it’s a lie. And this history will not be taught in school for that very reason. The only way Marxism will help anyone is if they’re part of the power structure. Then they will be helped a whole lot; they’ll be privileged beyond imagination. But everyone else, red, yellow, black and white will be equally poor and miserable with no hope of escape.

As for me, I don’t want my children indoctrinated into a bunch of lies designed to have them turn a few men in government into wealthy little self-proclaimed gods.  I have much higher hopes for them than that. And that’s why I would never, in a million years, send them to an evil institution like the public school system for an “education”.



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Reason 299: Because You’re A Racist

Ok. I admit it. I’m a racist. I guess… because I totally disagree with liberalism on every point. How nice it must be to be so simple minded as to be satisfied with your position simply because you’ve called your opponent a nasty name.  You never have to think or anything. And you can remain as thoughtless and ignorant as a rock and be satisfied with that.

But I can’t live that way. I have to think about things. I don’t disagree with liberals because they’re  a bunch of __insert nasty name here____. I almost never call anyone an idiot. In fact, I assume that most people, even liberals, are more intelligent than I am. But I also think Hitler, or any of the twentieth-century leaders of the many world-class blood baths, were intelligent people too. And I don’t think liberals are ignorant either. They know lots of stuff. But then again, I don’t see the world now the way I was taught to see the world in public school. I strive to gain a Biblical understanding of man, which is not so binary an understanding.  The Bible uses words like wisdom, understanding, and yes, knowledge.  So I don’t think liberals are idiots. They’re just wrong.

And we have a case in point here. I’ll use simple logic to prove that point. A can’t be both A and not A at the same time and in the same way. That would break the law of non-contradiction. A wise person would then submit his deeply held hatred for a group of people to this understanding, and would not have a double standard, especially if his same message to all people is that people should love and not hate, and he’s constantly running around referring to everyone who disagrees with his worldview as a hater… among other rotten things. So take a look at this story:

I’ve been told over and over again that if you’re “born that way” then you need to be protected. You’re not responsible for your behavior that society sees as aberrant, and society needs to be conditioned to accept that behavior, and that anyone who doesn’t agree is a  __insert nasty name here____.

From the article:

They complain the K-8 school of 430 kids is separating whites in classes where they’re made to feel awful about their “whiteness,” and all the “kids of color” in other rooms where they’re taught to feel proud about their race and are rewarded with treats and other privileges.

So why is this school trying to make children feel guilty? Won’t that cause bullying and lead to suicides? That’s what I’ve been told anyway. I I didn’t have at least a little bit of understanding this would be very confusing. And if there’s one thing K-8 children are lacking, it’s understanding. And they will be confused, just like their teachers are confused.

But no one is forced to send their children to a schoolhouse where wisdom and understanding are foreign concepts and where confusion reigns supreme. No, they can keep them home and give them a decent education that teaches the value of wisdom, understanding, and knowledge. That seems to be the wisest thing the parents of these poor children could do.

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Reason 266: Because Everyone Has A Reference Point, Why Not Give Your Child The Right One

A compass isn’t all that smart. It only knows one direction. That’s all. But humans are smarter than compasses. They only need to know that one direction and they can deduce the rest.  Yet, a compass is invaluable because it provides us with that all important reference point based on the objective reality of the magnetic lines of flux that are fixed around oplanet.

But what if the compass was the center of the universe and so always pointed only to itself. That compass would be useless for anything. So everything else must be oriented according to its whereabouts.

When it comes to morality that’s kind of what the schoolhouse teaches. I say, “kind of”, because, as I’ve said here before, it teaches two opposing views: that there is no objective moral reality and that the state determines the objective moral reality. If that confuses you then stop thinking about it, and just feel good about it.

Of course, this is unworkable as we can see in this video:

The honorable Miss Norton is using the gray matter between her ears as a reference point. And since slavery was legal when the colonies declared independence from Great Britain, then that document is evil also. It does make one wonder if she realizes that the nation that the colonies were declaring their independence from also allowed for slavery, or that the very place from which both entities acquired their slaves allowed i? It makes one wonder if she realizes that in the grand scheme of history anti-slavery laws are a recent development. No, I’d guess not. And I’d also guess that the reason for her ignorance is that she was educated in America, and was indoctrinated into a view of the world that places America as the supreme and sole evil throughout the history of humanity.

As for me, I’d lto know where that pristine society of peoples that she’s using for a standard by which to judge history is. Of course, it doesn’t exist. It’s a figment of her imagination based on nothing except her vague ideas of Utopia, all of which were installed in her poor little mind when she was but a little girl in the public schoolhouse. C.S. Lewis had a name for such as this. He called them chronological snobs. That’s a person who is able to ignore the horrible condition of things in the present, such as the butchering and selling of millions of black babies, and then judge harshly the atrocities in history which no one can ever change and which have since been outlawed. Such a mentality is a gold mine for those who feel the need to revel in victimhood and for the race-baiters who need them to revel in it.

But this is about the schoolhouse. And yes, it’s people like her that are in charge of it, and its job is to create as many self-oriented victimes as possible in order that they may become the very thing that she’s decrying: slaves.

As for me, I want to keep the likes of this poor confused lady as far from the minds of my children as possible. But if I send them to the schoolhouse, it’s the same as putting them in her care. I don’t want this poor congresswoman to be confused. But more than that, I don’t want my children to become like her. I want them to be oriented to something that will always stay the same.

History is the story of man’s inhumanity to man and man warring against that inhumanity. If I want my children to realize that, and not believe a bunch a dribble about all white people who walked the face of the Northt American continent being a bunch of racist, black-hating and black -torturing slave owners, then I’ll have to keep them home.

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May 24, 2016 · 5:40 pm

Reason 207: Because Your Children Are Not The Teacher’s Little Soldiers

Here we have a teacher who took her “students” out to protest for George Soros.

Teacher Takes Six-Year-Olds To ‘Black Lives Matter March,’ Without Permission Or Notification Of Parents

Would it ever occur to you to take other people’s children, whom you are being paid to teach, to a racist protest? Do you really want your children growing up to think that some people matter more because of the color of their skin? I thought we were beyond all that. But we are not. And the institution is definitely not beyond it. If you want slaves, you must divide.

The bottom line is this. There’s no way of knowing what kind of cockamamie, convoluted, delusional idea some teacher, or principal, or administrator is going to come up with. You will hear about it after the fact. Then you can get outraged and shocked and all that. Or, you could be wise and teach your children the right way to go, and that all lives matter.

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Reason 161: Because, Please, Don’t Let Your Children Be Taught This

Here is the video:

And here is the article:

Watch the ‘White Guilt’ Video Shown to High School Students That Has Some Parents in an Uproar

…and a bit from the article:

“Dr. King gave his life so that America would be a place where we are judged by the content of our character not the color of our skin,” radio personality Craig Johnson told WWBT-TV. “Now we have poverty pimps being led by our current president Barack Obama who all they talk about is the color of skin.”

If I’m to believe this video, then I should have been born into a rich family, just because I was born white, and all blacks should have been born into a poor family, just because they’re black. But I don’t believe this video. Not because I, as a white person, was not born into a rich family, but rather because the video is one dimensional, and is designed to foster hopelessness and rage. It’s one dimensional because it falls prey to the secular humanist mindset, which believes that we are all material, and that material wealth is all that has meaning. This is a deception for the humanist, and is a lie to all man kind. I had an advantage far greater than a rich heritage, I had a mother and a father who both did their best to show me how to live. I will never forget my father, in response to my natural boyish slothfulness, and in an angry voice yelling at me, “The world don’t owe you nothing son”! I didn’t understand what he meant then. I certainly do now.

But there’s another dimension that escapes this video, though it’s understandable again, because secular humanism looks from the present outward. It judges everything according to what is now, and is oblivious to history except as it’s interpreted according to the present mores. That history existed thousands of years before the first black slave was ever imported to the American continent, complete with the enslavement of all kinds of people and races, is totally lost on them. They cannot escape the present to understand the mindset of the early settlers no more than they can understand the mindset of the Roman legions raiding the savage barbarians, plundering their villages and taking slaves. In their hubris they they seem to think that everyone always should have lived as righteously as they think they do now, as if right and wrong never existed before they came along to set everyone straight.

But this video fails mostly because it propagates hopelessness. It preaches to all blacks that they simply can’t make it, and it preaches to all whites that blacks can’t make it because whites can make it. And given the total destruction that liberalism brought to the black family, the video is self fulfilling, because the worst thing that can happen to anyone, no matter what color their skin, is to be raised in a godless, broken and fatherless home, and to be sent to the institution for a daily dose of secular humanism, purposelessness, hopelessness and rage in the context of a campus culture of purposelessness, hopelessness and rage.

You really need to remove your children from this environment, whatever it takes. If you are black, then all the more.


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Reason 156: Because The Institution Is Racist

Here is a story of a woman who has decided to teach her children at home because of racism. As I’ve said before, the why is not as important as the doing, because escape from the system is the most important thing. And if you’re a black person convinced that the school is racist, then that’s as great a reason as any, because if anyone has taken the brunt of liberalism, the education institution, the Democrat party and planned parenthood, it is the black community. So it’s good to see some in that community wising up and saving their children.

From “The Atlanta Black Star”:

Racism Concerns Drive More Black Parents to Consider Homeschooling

Kirksey then saw a Facebook post profiling an African-American, home-schooling family who lived in Colorado. She convinced her husband that home schooling was a great idea then quit her job (where she’d been for a decade) and became her children’s teacher.

Kirksey is excited that she gets to teach her kids a version of history that features African people. She feels it is important for them to know that Black people are an integral part of history, and that African history isn’t limited to slavery. She recently started a unit on African kingdoms as part of Brandon’s lesson plan.

She’s also excited about the fact that education involves the whole community now that she’s home schooling. African culture counts the community as extended family. It is quite common for older members of the community to teach the younger ones a skill or trade. There are also co-ops for other home school families, most of whom are African-American.

These children will be better off in a hundred ways. For one, remember that the institution is for the institution, so the more it foments racial hatred in all races the better it is for the institution and all its parts, and their objective of enslaving all.  I’m going to guess that these parents have better objectives in mind, and learning about the positives of their heritage is no different than any other race learning about the positives of theirs. And who is in a better position to teach those positives than the parents. But better than that, these children will probably receive positive academic studies also,  free from the campus culture where victim-hood and hopelessness is fermented until most, black, white and whatever leave the system drunk on delusion. Also, just like the children of other races, these children will be in a better position to take advantage of the opportunities still available in the US, and hopefully will be instilled with moral values as well, like racism out there does not justify racism in one’s own heart.

Reading the excerpt above, I can see that this woman is already discovering the beauty of home schooling, and she has only just begun on a journey of many more discoveries. I wish her and her children all the best.

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