“Through all the arbitrary rationale concerning liberty; freedom, I must say, exists within unconditioned minds.”
“Reason has come to age…”
Open the subtle manipulation, place them in front of a television and let the conditioning begin. Viacom.
Go Diego Go – We’re watching the molding of an eco-terrorist. Have a hunch he traded in his testicles for his own show, most boys voices don’t get higher with age.
Dora – Preparing for an invasion? Those colors are flashing in a specific sequence and Tico’s got your number.
Max & Ruby – The UNCRC (United Nations Covention on the Rights of a Child) gone mad. Parents anyone?
Moose A. Moose – the cryptic proletariat everyman.
Wonder Pets – Animal rights gone awry. A crippled bullfrog on a cart? Celery for a duck!
Lazytown – Waiting for Michelle to move in and ram that sports candy down your subjugated throat.
Wow Wow Wubbzy – What? Sometimes tolerance is not acceptable.
The Backyardigans – Multiculturalism run amok and there’s something a little too catchy about their songs.
Ni’ Hao Kai Lan – Preparing for the real invasion.
Olivia – Talking pigs never worked out too well since Animal Farm.
Oobi – Reminds me of some utilitarian propaganda film. Forced to watch, to laugh, to conform.
Little Bear – Is it hunting season yet?
Yo Gabba Gabba – I do like the presentation but the life lessons are a bit condescending.
Who would have ever thought, the only uncivilized sanity of freedom left is SpongeBob SquarePants. My name is Pat-Back!
“Who will suffer the laws that state can decide your child’s education unless you pay the price?”
Why do we accept education should be provided by the government? In truth, why is education compulsory? All the humanitarians will now rush forth and speak of the indolence of parents, corporate child labor abuse, sexism and racial oppression if schooling were not mandatory. On top of that, it benefits society if all people are “educated.”
Shed what has been fed and ponder this concept. Is education mandated by the Constitution? If school was not required would the system cease to exist? Does not a successful life require some sort of improvement through education? But what type or extent – who should make that decision, the government? College should be the prototype for all education – selection and choice (though it’s now becoming High School Part Deux, just with more booze and STD’s.)
Reeling back to indolence, it is the real bane of free education. It is simply easier to ship your kid off to a government babysitter and not think about anything else – what values or whose perspective they will learn. This is the country where, during the February 2010 blizzard, serious debate arose over how children on the free or reduced lunch program would eat with schools being closed for almost two weeks.
Most of us pay taxes to fund schools even if we have grown children, children in private schools or homeschooled, or no children at all. With the private or homeschooling routes, you are paying taxes for schools you don’t use and then paying extra money for the system you do. Does this make any sense? Oh, and wad that “Better for society” crap into a bougie and follow the instructions carefully.
Education is to better the individual.
Schools should solely be operated locally with nothing higher than limited state involvement. Destroy the NEA. Dismantle the Department of Education. Slough indoctrination and complacency. Be free.
“Who will suffer the laws? Who will suffer their minds? Who will suffer their words? Who will suffer their designs?”