The world watched and listened as those in Connecticut gathered to mourn the loss of all those who died in the classroom killing spree last Friday. The clergy prayed and the President of the United States spoke, with compassion, and a resolve to return to Washington and do something to stop the slaughter of children in the tax-supported system of schooling.
The President revealed no ideas of just exactly what he plans on doing. Reminded me of all those first campaign speeches, when he kept saying he was going to transform America, without telling us what he had in mind, and no one asked. But today we know what he meant. I was also reminded of Rham Emanuel’s famous words: “Crises are a terrible thing to waste.”
The speeches and gathering last evening, were a short term medication for a grieving country, over an ongoing long term problem.
In a number of articles I have posted over the past 4 years, I have consistently and persistently maintained that the problems we face in this country are ill-bred, sustained and maintained via the immorality of the public school system, based on a system of thievery. Nothing is going to change until that system is dis-mantled and replaced by another system, whereby parents are responsible for the education, and not indoctrination of their children.
The most sensible and enlightening speech I just read was by the father of a daughter killed at Columbine, Darrel Scott, whose daughter was Rachael Scott. A speech he made before the House Judiciary Committee, words of Truth he spoke. I plan on re-printing that speech in an upcoming article.
There are a number of questions we need to ask ourselves aside from Why do these mass murders take place in classrooms. We keep reporting and addressing the effects, but not the cause. My question is, how can one expect moral behavior, in the way we treat each other, stemming from the immorality of a system of schooling, sustained and maintained by thievery? The tax-supported school system has a foundation of stealing.
Nothing is going to change so long as we look to and expect a solution to come from the top down. It must take place from the bottom up. Expecting the President to return to Washington, to hand down a solution to the problem, simply emphasizes what Einstein said,”Doing the same thing expecting different results, defines insanity.”
Why is it the majority have problems accepting the fact that the public School system is socialistic, and operates on thievery? Why is it we seem to be unable to come to grips with the fact that freedom requires self-responsibility? How come we can’t face the fact that forcing others to pay for schooling our children is not okay, nor moral nor Right? A few must, based upon the increase of private schools, the past few years. Plus the number home-schooled.
Even so, the text-books used in private schools and home schools are the same text-books, filled with teachings of socialism. It was back in the sixties, I formed a text-book group in Reno, Nevada, in an effort to clean up the socialistic garbage in, garbage out. I tell the story in previous articles about the resistance I encountered going before the State Text-book committee in Carson City, Nevada.
It was way back then, I realized that the problems encountered in the Public School system could not be resolved by trying to come up with a solution to change things, because it is the system itself that is wrong. And any effort to improve conditions in the current system only deals with effects and not the cause.
It is the mantra of many parents and all politicians, that the cause is guns. Therefore their solution is to disarm the American people, and Problem solved. That’s fiddling while Rome burns. Taking away guns will not solve the problem, and secondly, while the American people as a whole sanction the system of thievery which the schools are based upon, they will not stand by and be disarmed of their guns. It ain’t gonna happen.
When the President referenced in a speech sometime ago, about how we cling to guns and religion, he was right about that. Self-preservation is the first law. But for some strange reason, parents fail to recognize preservation of the lives and well-being of their children, cannot be sustained by sending their children off to attend public schooling, under the current system.
The bullying, the pain and the killings will continue so long as we support and maintain the current system of schooling. The compulsory attendance school laws require we send children off to sit in these rooms of indoctrination, and not education. Like sitting ducks to accommodate the madness of those who wake up and decide to perform the heinous acts, such as Columbine and Sandy Hooks schools.
We can cry out, grieve, pray and listen to politicians, from here on in, but until we face the root problem, nothing is going to change, and there will be more of the same, in another place in another time, happening to other children.
Wake up America, and face the facts, then act to change the system.
LET FREEDOM RING
JUST ME AC