“You must respect authority.”
That was the take-home lesson for some middle schoolers at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City.
It probably comes as no surprise that this is what kids are being taught these days in public schools.
Last week a group of patriotic kids went to the 9/11 Memorial site and began singing the national anthem. One would think this was a respectful thing to do for fallen countrymen, whose lives, according to the official story, were taken by evil terrorists whom we should all fear.
Apparently, the 1st Amendment is as dead as those victims at the 9/11 site, because the kids were immediately silenced by a security guard.
But that wasn’t the worst lesson that kids got
You’d think that would be the worst of it, but you’d be wrong.
Their teacher – who shouldn’t even be allowed to housebreak puppies with this outlook – explained to CNN that she used this as a teaching opportunity.
Unfortunately, the teaching opportunity wasn’t about the constitutional rights that were being trampled on. Nope.
Instead, it was a more of a brainwashing opportunity that could easily have been part of the curriculum at Nazi Elementary School.
She said that they “reverently…complied” (reverently???) and then she went on to explain to them this valuable lesson: “Even if you don’t agree with it or don’t understand it, you must respect authority.”
So, even if you think something is wrong, kiddos, do what you’re told. Obey without question. Be quiet and respectful. This will make you fine citizens later when you ignore the ever-worsening atrocities that are being committed by those in authority.
This video will blow your mind and make you want to homeschool if you aren’t doing so already. (Or go even more crazy and do away with any ties to “the education system” altogether.)
Article reposted with permission from The Organic Prepper
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