Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton
Have you seen the movie Idiocracy?
Nothing is too absurd for our public (government indoctrination camps) schools to ban and punish children over these days.
Today’s headlines read more like The Onion than reality, but it’s actually not even remotely funny that the majority of our nation’s kids are being subjected to this idiotic lunacy every single day.
The extension of zero tolerance policies on guns to toy guns, fake guns and wild imaginations has baffled parents and instituted a culture of fear that aims punish children for seemingly innocent play. Kids have been disciplined and even arrested for wielding water guns, a Hello Kitty bubble gun, pop tarts half-eaten to shape a crude gun, a gun key chain, imaginary grenades and weapons – and a poor socially confused boy who has been held into account for role playing Lord of the Rings and vowing to make a classmate disappear at recess via a magic ring.
A three-year-old deaf child was even told he should change his name because one of the signs to spell his name supposedly resembled a gun. Does that tell you what they have planned for our culture?
Now, Tennessee has introduced legislation to ban squirt guns and toy weapons of any kind within 150 feet of a school. This would literally criminalize even pretending to have a gun fight while further conditioning the next generation to fear guns and think them to be illegal. Likely water balloon fights – if organized amongst enough members of the community – are to be regarded as brewing insurgencies.
Ridiculous, or dangerous?
A column on Fox News addressed the underlying message of disciplining kids for this stuff:
Also, exactly what message are we sending to kids with these suspensions? That toy guns and guns made out of food or hand gestures are somehow dangerous?
That all real-life guns are bad and the mere thought of them is worthy of punishment?
What about the guns those children’s parents may be using to defend their homes?
But guns, and various visages of them, aren’t the only issue.
There is also the politically correct – by undermining social norms and educationally-modifying students to become comfortable serfs in the techno-dictatorship that is cementing around us. Common Core has confused the language of learning and uprooted many of the most sensible elements in public education. It didn’t start with Common Core, but it is rotting quite rapidly under it. Cursive handwriting has been declared obsolete, along with the right to express emotions and even have a “gender identity.”
Yes, some schools have begun instructing teachers that they may no longer separate “boys and girls” in groups or even refer to little girls by such terms as “her” or boys by “him.” Instead, inclusive and progressive re-educators are being told to call them “purple penguins” and make no distinction between their differences.
They are also engaged in the stamping out of cultural ties to religion and nation, with efforts to punish those who would speak of God in schools or dare to wear an American flag themed t-shirt.
Banning cultural symbols, language, religion and country. Wonder what the message behind that is?
Look at where social engineering is driving society… and just think about where America is going to be in a few more generations.
Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton created TruthstreamMedia.com, where this article first appeared, as an outlet to examine the news, uncover the deceptions, pierce through the fabric of illusions, know the real enemy, unshackle from the system, and begin to imagine the path towards taking back our lives, one step at a time, so that one day we might truly be free…