Stop sending your children to prison yards to get abused!

June 5, 2009

OK, folks, I’m just going to come out and say it: If you drop your kids off at a public school every day, maybe you should examine how much you actually love them. Because you’ve got to be aware by now that you are sending them to what is essentially a prison. It is a place where:

  • They are not allowed to leave
  • They are forced to perform unpaid labor
  • They are brainwashed with government propaganda
  • They are told what to do and where to do it every single moment of the day.
  • They have no freedom of speech or movement
  • They have no right to privacy.
  • They will be beaten, humiliated, and maybe even raped or molested by other, more socially-dominant inmates, often organized into violent gangs, while the teachers look on and laugh.

But the NUMBER 1 reason why sending your kids to public school is like sending them to prison: they are LITERALLY guarded by police officers in uniform, who can arrest them, beat them, and shoot them with tasers for any reason at all, or no reason whatsoever!!! For example:

High school student who wouldn’t stop using cell phone Tasered

At Penn Hills High School this morning, Chief Burton said, a student was walking up and down a hallway, using a cell phone. School policy permits students to have cell phones but not to use them during school except in emergencies, Chief Burton said.

A Penn Hills police officer told him to put the phone away and go to class.

“The kid refused to listen,” Chief Burton said. “The officer took him by the arm and said, ‘You have to go to the office.’ The student resisted, pushed the officer. The officer, defending himself, took out his stun gun and did a drive stun.”

Chief Burton said a drive stun involves pushing the Taser against a portion of the body and squeezing the trigger, thus immobilizing a portion of the body, such as the leg. He said this affects about a 2- or 3-inch area.

While on the floor, the student was still resisting and was placed in handcuffs, Chief Burton said. The student complained of a headache and dizziness and was taken to Forbes Regional Hospital.

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“But what do I do? I can’t afford private school!”

Look, the requirements for home schooling your kid, except in California, are easy to meet. They can spend about 5% of the time they would have wasted at public school studying at home and pass easily. Then they can spend the rest of their time doing something useful.

“But I work during the day! I can’t look after my own kid all day!”

Oh, OK. So you admit that you use public school as a free babysitting service, which the rest of us pay for whether we have kids or not. Right?

Hey, if you can’t look after your own kids, don’t have any. But the solution to your babysitting issues is not to send your children to a Nazi reeducation camp where they will get beaten, raped, humiliated, electro-tortured, censored, and brainwashed. Kids who grow up in these environments never learn to respect their own rights, or those of others. They grow up with a servile, subordinate mentality. Those with more aggressive tendencies take their anger out on other people by getting jobs where they can boss other people around and beat them up, just like the bullies and police guards did to them when they were in school. Then they have their own kids and do the same thing to them.

Stop the cycle of abuse! Abolish the Department of Education!

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