I have repeated referred to public schools in America and the Educational Industrial Complex, focused less on on education than on indoctrination.
For example, despite the fact that gun buybacks are essentially useless, the Strobridge Elementary School went ahead and held one. For the children’s toy guns.
You think this isn’t indoctrination?
“As they get older, it becomes just a natural thing,” Hill told KPIX 5. “If they have a real gun in their hand, they’ll pull the trigger just as quick. I mean, they don’t fear it.”
So, in order to change that, they have to be “re-educated.”
Rachel Zamora, who was at the event with her son, said she never wanted her son to play with toy guns.
“But where we lived before, all the kids had toy guns and they would go out playing guns so he felt left out. So that’s kind of how I got sucked into giving him the guns,” Zamora said.
While the guns that were turned in obviously looked like toys, some of them looked real with the exception of an orange tip.
Rachel had no choice.
It was society. It was peer pressure.
I suppose I should just let my children do what all the other children are doing.
Or, I could raise them up and teach them to be good people.
I could teach them that guns are not toys.
I could be a good parent, instead of surrendering my child to the collective.
Hat Tip: Reason