I sure wish I had wider readership when I come across something like this. It NEEDS to be seen. Have I not been saying that all the news stories about the catastrophes du jour are trying to divert our attention from what's going on in the public schools? I believe in standing up for our rights and making our voices heard, but shouldn't we be putting the ax to the root instead of constantly cutting the suckers? Throw all the fits you want about the current push for bad legislation, but when the next generation is in a position to make changes, we are not going to like the changes they make. We HAVE TO stop public education (read: government indoctrination) before it's too late.
What is it this time? Guns again. Real guns? Of course not. Toy guns? Not even. Playing bang-bang with a stick? Water pistols? Bubble guns? Pictures of guns? Nope. A pop tart.
Puh-leeze!! So you still don't think there's an agenda in the public school system to make our children hate and fear firearms? Can you think of any other reason that this and literally COUNTLESS other ridiculous incidents like this are occurring every day in public (government) schools?7-Year-Old Joshua was suspended this morning from Park Elementary School in Brooklyn Park. Joshua says he was eating a pastry during snack time and trying to shape it into a mountain, the teacher said it looked like a gun and took him to the principal's office. Joshua's parents were called, he has been suspended for two days. Joshua's father says it's ridiculous since no one was threatened or harmed by the pastry. A letter will be going home to all students of Park Elementary School this afternoon. School officials declined to comment due to privacy issues.
Do you ever wonder what other subversive things they could possibly be teaching them?