I wrote this quite some time ago and thought I'd posted it. Turns out it was in the drafts. Better late than never, I guess.
I was reading the comments on a controversial article today. Actually, it wasn't controversial, or rather it shouldn't be, but the comments were easily ten times longer than the article and they were hostile and very highly charged. What was the topic? Someone had a display of posters set up at a public event, and someone else who disagreed with what they were trying to support came up and destroyed them, one at a time, deliberately and angrily; it was not an accident or a misunderstanding. Clearly this was some sort of a criminal act. Maybe it was not on the level of a burglary or a murder, but a crime none the less. Last I heard, destruction of private property was a crime. Maybe it being "aggravated" or in a public place should factor in, I don't know. She should have probably been ticketed or charged, and then fined and assigned some public service hours or something.
THIS, the product of the public school, is where the end begins. Unfortunately it's been going on for a long time. A generation has come up through this intensive indoctrination and they literally think like the writer of that comment. They are literally unable to see the truth. They fight against hearing the truth because it's contrary to everything they have read in their books and been told by their trusted teachers.
This person and the rest of his graduating class are the ones who will vote in the next election -- for socialism -- because it's normal to them. They are the ones who will vote against Christianity, because Christianity has been represented to them as a cult. They are the ones who will be giving our gun rights away because they've been taught they are evil and private gun owners are dangerous. Once they have the given up the gun rights all the rest of our rights will be gone. We must step up and get involved with the schools in our districts.
Thankfully, it's not too late as long as we wake up now and stand up in the face of this corrupted government indoctrination system. Be ready for some eye rolls, some opposition, some full on assaults.
Even if you homeschool, even if you have no kids, you are a taxpayer, therefore you can voice you opinions on what goes on in your district's schools. Learn what they are doing. Find out what they are producing in your local schools. Search it out on the internet. Ask around your community. Arm yourself and be informed and get involved. You can contact your representatives and senators. It's easier now than it's ever been to voice your opinion with your state and federal representatives in congress. You can attend meetings in your district. You can do something. If we all do something, just some little something small, we can turn the thing around. We're going to have to do it soon, though, because it's going to take a lot of track to slow the momentum of this fast moving train before we can actually get it going in the right direction again. We must act now. We MUST.