Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Abolish Public Education: Brilliant Must-Read

As both a parent of school children, and a substitute teacher who has been able to observe from the inside (nobody pays attention to subs), I came to the conclusion that modern public education has become a poison forced on our kids. For seven hours a day, our children's bodies and minds are in the hands of people we hope and pray think and believe as we do. And in many cases, in smaller communities, they do. HOWEVER, all schools are monitored and aggressively bullied into line by the larger education authorities who, unless you're a communist, and then you've got no worries. Many stories are coming out about OUTRAGEOUS curriculum requirements in my beloved Texas. Children forced to wear burkas, call the 9/11 terrorists "freedom fighters", the Tea Party participants are domestic terrorists, and Islam is a "religion" of peace. Or as Poppy calls it, a "cult of pieces".

Daren Jonescu, American Thinker, offers many good reasons to pull your kids out of the Public Indoctrination System. Many we know, a lot we don't. And still more that will make your blood boil.

(40) "The children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming, where everyone would be interdependent." -- Dewey
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/02/one_hundred_reasons_to_abandon_public_education_now.html#ixzz2M8NaC0Rd
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Oh, and I also forgot the mandatory inoculations our children are assaulted with from birth to school just so they can go to public school. Yes, I'm one of those batshit crazy Autism moms who thinks the MMR shots have something to do with the onset of Autism. And before anyone gives me the "if inoculations cause Autism, then why aren't all kids who get them Autistic", let me remind you that that was the exact same argument tobacco companies gave when faced with lung cancer and emphysema statistics. Not all people who smoke get lung cancer, it is a contributing factor to lung cancer. ~climbing off soap box~

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great post and link. I read it all. There were still patriots teaching when redhead and I went to school. (we met in senior English) College, not so much except for the professors from the University of Havana that escaped communism. And the Cuban MDs that wife worked with in the hospital.
The boys went to private school for the most part. One went to public school for 4 years.
McCarthy was right. We have been infiltrated.
Is there till time to turn it around?

Terry
Fla.

hiswiserangel said...

I honestly truly believe the only way we can take back our country is to take back our children. To start at the local level, get involved, know what they're forcing on our kids and protest long and loud, make sure WE are the loudest and most important voice in their lives. TAKE BACK THE CHILDREN FROM THE MARXISTS.

Anonymous said...

But the question is how.
I did some minor campaigning for a lady running for school board that seemed to have her priorities in the right place. Met her while we were both waving signs and handing out campaign literature at the polling place both during early voting and on election day. My guy was a Tea Party organizer running for city council. She was running against (well, I don't really want to say but backed by the teachers union). They both lost. I was devastated. And Sarah lost too.
Terry
Fla.

hiswiserangel said...

One child at a time, one family at a time, if you can't change the school make sure you outbalance the school. And never ever quit. It ain't over until I win or I die.

timbo said...

It cost me everything to yank my kids out of the public system and have them taught properly, but it was a very simple decision. As young adults, they think, rather than merely repeating what they were told to believe. That makes it all worth it.

I must say however, that as my second is just a few months away from graduating high school, I am beat!
It feels like I've been running a 6 year marathon, and I'm just about to collapse on the finish line.

hiswiserangel said...

*hugs* timbo, hang in there. My mom always reminds me that parenting isn't for the weak of heart or mind. And it does take a toll on you. Just keep the benefits in mind. :-)

timbo said...

Thanks, Wiser. I'm pretty sure that if people had even the slightest idea of how hard parenting would be, there would be considerably less pregnancies!

hiswiserangel said...

Sadly timbo, a lot of the inner city kids are income generators and accessories. Parenting has nothing to do with it.

People who are interested in raising truly exceptional people don't care how hard it gets.

Now if men had to do the labor and birthing....

Arizona Harley Dude said...

Well, I AM a teacher in a public school and teach in a 95% Hispanic district. This year I am teaching 1st grade and just turned in my retirement papers.

I have always told the truth to students from my perspective, which just might be counter to their parents' beliefs, and my liberal administrators, parents who are not involved, being told daily to go F@#k myself, a room full of 6 year-old without the common sense God gave grasshoppers, and continually being asked "What are you doing wrong," has caused me to say, 'The Hell with it!"

Maybe if I found a Charter School that required parents to discipline their kids and insisted they work I would feel different. Public education does suck for more reasons than you suggest.

timbo said...

... I'd be a virgin!!!

hiswiserangel said...

AZHarleyDude, I think the Citadel plans on having it's own private school, possibly a boarding school for Patriots who don't live there but want their kids taught properly. How cool would it be to teach young Patriots with the blessing of their parents?

Timbo, :-D Doesn't stop the majority of us ladies from tasting the sins of the flesh.

Arizona Harley Dude said...

I may have to look into that assignment, Angel

hiswiserangel said...

I think you'd be a perfect fit, Harley.