Is It Time To Abandon The Public School?

Written on Monday, February 18, 2013 by

Screen-Shot-2013-02-18-at-1.20.41-PM1-150x150The aim of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all; it is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level, to breed a standard citizenry, to put down dissent and originality”- Henry Louis Mencken

Mencken was then, and is now, correct in his assessment of public education. Even though the above statement was penned well over a half a century ago, it is prophetic and sees its fulfillment in recent decades. His words exactly describe the current state and agenda of the American educational system.

My short answer to the question is “yes” it is time to remove our children from the public schools. My personal belief is that when we send our children to government schools it is like sacrificing them to a false god. They will be indoctrinated into the religion of the state that, today, is totally alien and hostile to Christianity. In fact, it is hostile to America.

I know. I know. “Your” school is different. You agree with me, but it doesn’t apply to your child and his or her school. Ok, I got it. The problem is that almost everyone believes this and this is part of the problem. I’ll ask a question. Do you really know what your children are being taught? What about those computer modules that you can’t see? What’s in those? Continue reading @ Patriot Update

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