Finally, the Truth about the horrors relating to tax-supported schools is dribbling out, little by little, like a can of worms being opened, and crawling everywhere. The connection between the School System, which is a Socialist system, Unions, Political power and your Money, is finally beginning to surface. As the eruption in the State of Wisconsin, between the political power, unions, parents, teachers, students, and the money, go head-on in a battle played out on television for all to see.
To the millions of parents out there, still under the illusion your child is receiving an education, now is your chance to recognize the truth about what’s taking place. And begin with the fact your child attends a classroom that indoctrinates but does not educate.
In the past three years I have written numerous articles about the Socialized school system here in the United States. Along with stories about my personal struggle with the school system, beginning in the early sixties. The battles I waged beginning with one on one meetings with teachers, to an ultimate lawsuit filed in federal court. My refusal to submit my child to forced immunizations, my defiance of the compulsory attendance laws, my formation of a textbook committee to clean up teachings of Marxism in the content. The times I faced arrest, and my ultimate discovery, there is nothing anyone can do to change the current “system” to a moral place of learning, because the entire so-called “public education” in this country is based upon the immorality of thievery. Taxes by definition, being an involuntary relinquishment of one’s property.
In this connection, right off the bat, I remind the reader, there’s nothing you can do to improve the system as it currently stands. Building more and better buildings won’t do it. Providing more textbooks wont do it. Hiring other teachers won’t do it. Furnishing buses, lunches, sports facilities and trips to the museum won’t do it. Nor will more money do it. All these things have been tried and still graduating uneducated students.
I’ve been saying all along, the crisis this nation is in will not change for the better until we address the public school problem, from the bottom up, beginning at the local school board level, dismantling the entire system and returning education back to the free-enterprising system. Because schooling is a system whereby local school boards still have some input, that’s where one must start to implement the changes.
Here in Georgia, in a 2008 report, more than 55 percent of the fiscal budget, according to the Governor’s office of planning, goes to schools. A whopping 8.2 billion, three years ago. According to news reports, over half the tax money in all fifty states goes into schooling. In 2008, according to US Department of Education, the federal budget for schooling was $3 trillion, stating this amount by federal government amounted to 9 per cent of elementary and secondary schools and the rest to higher education. Then there are state and local monies collected for schooling.
Current news is the federal government is broke and trillions in debt and state governments are broke and in debt, and trillions have been collected from tax-payers for schooling. One would think, as a result of the amount of money poured into the system, this country would have the finest education system in the world. But such is not the case, school children are not being educated, and the facilities themselves have become killing fields for many students.
Here we are in the year 2011 watching the rebellion over the school situation in Wisconsin, as teachers, parents, students, union leaders, politicians, and news media converge under the capitol dome there, battling over the school system. The teachers have abandoned their school rooms, and the state elected politicians ran and scattered across state lines and holed up in hotel rooms. Predictions are this kind of activity will spread to other states.
What is happening and why is it happening? According to news reports, the forces of organized unions is behind the upheaval. The teachers union is one of the largest and most powerful in the United States. And according to the history of unions in this country, they operate like a political government, in conjunction with the powers that be in the seat of power of political government. The head of unions is one of the most powerful figures on the scene of politics. This week we are seeing and hearing news clips of the president of the union, saying out of his mouth, he’s in touch with the office of the President, several times a week. We hear union dues collected from the teachers union was one of the largest contributors to the campaign of President Obama, for his election.
To get a handle on the current school rebellion, one must go back to the era of President Roosevelt in the last Great Depression of the fifties, for the history of the power of organized unions. And how they really got a foothold during an era of “factory sweat-boxes” and problems in the coal mines, relative to mistreatment of workers. But that was 75 years ago. Now the unions are the stronghold operating in the school system, and in control of the school system.
This is a time in our history where more money goes into the school than most anything else, taking up over half the budget of the 50 states. They draw very good salaries, only work nine months out of the year, with too many perks to list here. Operating like a branch of political government, demanding more and more, and all is not enough. Having acquired so much power via union membership, they have instigated a rebellion in this country.
Where is it all headed? And how is it all going to end?
From Vladimir Lenin’s Task of the Youth League comes this quote: “You have read and heard that communist theory – the Science of Communism created in the main by Marx, this doctrine of Marxism – has ceased to be the work of a single socialist of the nineteenth century, even though he was a genius, and that it has become the doctrine of millions and tens of millions of proletarians all over the world, who are applying it in their struggle against capitalism.”
Continued in part two: “Collective Rights.”
Let Freedom Ring