Want to know a secret?
The state controlling education is really no different than the church controlling the state. It merely appears to look different, but make no mistake—these are the exact same things.
For decades now our tax dollars have been used to fund one of the largest open-air Marxist training camps in the world, and we are presently witnessing the culmination of all those years of Marxist subversion.
This culmination is the direct result of The U.S. public education system.
Public education that teaches children nothing of capitalism, finance, business management, accounting or investment—despite the fact that this is a capitalist country…….
This is the equivalent of living in an agrarian society, where there is compulsory education, but none of it has anything to do with farming.
Anyone would expect children in such a society to grow and become complete failures, but instead of blaming a lack of quality and relevant education for their failures, they are told that farming itself is evil.
This is the state of education in America today.
We have Marxist teachers in state run schools teaching children about social justice, identity politics, micro-aggressions, Shakespeare, and other academic nonsense, but not a word on financial education……in a capitalist country.
These same teachers then turn around and tell their students that the reason they will never prosper is because America is evil, and capitalism is heartless.
No mention is ever made of the catastrophic failure and dereliction of duty that these teachers and administrators exhibit by teaching a state curriculum which bears absolutely no relevance to modern American life.
We spend boatloads on these schools every single year, yet we never see an end in sight to both the spending, and the systematic dumbing down and indoctrination of our nation’s youth.
We are told that these teachers, and these people are underpaid, that somehow they need even more money as a reward for their catastrophic failures……..
I say that it’s time for the private sector and homeschooling parents to step up. We live in the information age, you know what that entails?
We are swimming in information, and extremely low-cost, accessible methods of getting that education to everyone.
It’s time to end the nightmare, and end funding for public education. The future of this country and the world depends on it.
Take a look at the latest monstrosity of state-funded, ideologically driven ‘education’:
The Post Millennial reports that Kristin Pitzen removed the American flag, and replaced it with a pride flag:
Kristin Pitzen, a public school teacher working for the Newport Mesa School District in Orange County, California, is reportedly under internal investigation after she suggests that students recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the Pride flag after she removed the American flag, because it made her “uncomfortable.”
In what could turn out to be another case of inappropriate bias on the part of a public school educator, Pitzen says in the viral video that she posted to social media herself: “Okay, so during third period, we have announcements and they do the Pledge of Allegiance.”
Kristin Pitzen is a teacher who tells students your don't have to honorour flag or say the pledge of allegiance.
But you can pledge yourself to the pride flag?!
You are an embarrassment and should take your indoctrination to another country.#NoMoreIndoctrination
— Rise from the Ashes (@DevinlyIntrvnd) September 1, 2021
Kristin Pitzen, the CA teacher who posted video instructing students to say the pledge of allegiance to a Pride flag, has been removed from her classroom pending the outcome of an investigation by the Newport Mesa Unified School District.https://t.co/vd1J7uMLu7 pic.twitter.com/qWzGUigYBN
— Vic DeGrammont (@votedegrammont) September 1, 2021
Fox News provided a transcript of the video:
“So, my class decided to stand but not say the words. Totally fine,” she continued in the now-viral video.
“Except for the fact that my room does not have a flag,” she said, explaining that she removed the flag during the pandemic and then whispered to the camera, “because it made me uncomfortable.”
She went on to say that one of her students asked where they should look during the pledge of allegiance since there is no American flag in the classroom.
“In the meantime, I tell this kid, ‘We do have a flag in the class that you can pledge your allegiance to. And he like, looks around and goes, ‘Oh, that one?'” and points to the pride flag.