Sunday, 10 August 2014

School Daze

from 'CA State Senate Passes Bill Requiring Schools to Teach About President Obama' - orig. posted Aug. 9,  & at Breitbart
("A new, unprecedented bill passed by California’s State Senate on Thursday will encourage public schools to teach students about the historical significance surrounding Barack Obama’s status as the first African-American president of the United States of America.
     Assembly Bill 1921 passed with a 30-1 vote, according to the Associated Press. It was introduced by Assemblyman Dan Holden (D-Pasadena). Sen. Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles) says the bill would require the Instructional Quality Commission (which facilitates much of California’s Common Core framework) to consider teaching students about Obama’s election within the context of past voter discrimination, the AP notes…"
Stan Stanfield · Top Commenter · Stanford University (Aug. 10)

How about teaching students about Obama's election within the context of past voter discrimination, and current voter fraud; highlighting, in the latter regard, a) the role of the Obama Dept. of Justice in trying to roll back the legislation of those states requiring [voter] photo ID - a commonsense requirement; even 'the poor' have to have such ID to enroll on welfare programs - and b) the role of ACORN & its spinoff affiliates in filling the registration rolls with dummy names, and getting people to vote more than once. And the Demos busing citizen-questionable people around to polling places, with the names of the people they are to vote for written on their hands. And…and…and……… 

sign me

Disgusted from California.


I recently enquired in these pages, "Whatever happened to 11th grade U.S. & G. - United States History & Government?"  There is no way that what is happening in the country in this day and age could have been happening if the nation's schools were doing a decent job of teaching its high schoolers the facts of life in & about the nation, instead of learning them to roll rubbers on bananas, and important things of that nachur.  

I know, and knew, that the nation wreckers have been targeting the schools, as one - and a key one - of their 'long march through the institutions,' to cut the citizenry loose from their roots in the old ways of being.*  And I know that this 'Common Core' business is part of their strategy.  But I assumed that, in the great heartland of the nation at least, there would still be local control of the schools, and the teachers were not all graduates of the new, 'progressive' school of larnin'.  

I apparently have been wrong.

The rot is endemic.  

And so it must be excised en toto; like the tumor that it is.  Which, if allowed to grow further, would turn America into a perfect replica of Nazi Germany, or Stalin's USSR.

Which we really don't need to emulate, thank you very much.

Which anyone who really knew their history would know, to their roots.


* As Ted Flynn summarized the scenario, in his 'Hope of the Wicked: The Master Plan to Rule the World':

"The tenets of the Illuminati are summarized in the following six points:

"1. Abolition of monarchies and all ordered government;

  2. Abolition of private property and inheritances;

  3. Abolition of patriotism and nationalism;

  4. Abolition of family life and the institution of marriage [sound particularly familiar??];

  5. Communal education of children;

  6. Abolition of all religion."

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