Government goons are running amok today within the compulsory education classrooms of our United Statists of America. American children and parents are forced by the state to abide by a system of compulsory education in which the kids at school are treated like penitentiary inmates and their parents can do nothing about it.
Government violations of human and constitutional rights against school children have become so commonplace that the abuse no longer even seems unusual to the cowed populace. The kids are forced to attend and conform to the government line or be arbitrarily punished for the slightest deviation in what the state deems proper behavior and thinking.
A 15 year-old Utah middle school student was removed from classes after school administrator goons deemed that her hair color was distracting. They didn’t like the way it seemed to look purple and pink in the sunlight so they decided to punish her.
"They brought me into the office and told me (my hair) had to be changed by the next day," said the girl. "They told me I could finish my week's worth (of schoolwork) in the office so nobody could see me."
"When students are out of compliance with the dress code, we attempt to find a resolution. Students are welcome to return to class when the issue has been satisfactorily resolved." said the principal.
Of course, the issue isn’t resolved until the kid conforms to the statist line and looks exactly as they want her to look. The school district actually has rules dictating hair color. Administrators can simply decide that this or that color is too distracting and punish the kid over it.
Next I suppose it will be clothing colors. They force a child by law to attend school and thereby think they have the right to dictate her physical appearance.
A teacher in a suburban Chicago school district applied duct tape to an 11-year-old boy’s face for talking in class. She put an index card on the boy's mouth, then wrapped duct tape around his head. She finally let the boy remove the tape after 45 minutes only after realizing he was crying. Removing it caused welts on his face and tore out chunks of his hair. He was left with a bald spot on his face which appeared as though it had been whipped.
After this cruel assault and battery by a female government education thug, which also amounted to a blatant violation of his constitutional rights, he was subjected to continuous bullying from his peers. Now the kid suffers anxiety attacks and nightmares since the incident. He’s showing signs of post-traumatic stress disorder.
A 13-year-old eighth-grader at a Texas school was sitting with his head tilted back and mouth open when the teacher walked by and poured pencil shavings into his mouth. His assailant is back on the job as a government goon following a short suspension.
I guess it’s OK to assault hapless adolescent students who are forced to attend government schools in the great state of Texas. That won’t get them fired.
Another Texas high school kid was punished by teachers in clear violation of her First Amendment constitutional rights for refusing to salute the Mexican flag, recite the Mexican pledge of allegiance, and sing the Mexican national anthem in her compulsory school room class.
She was given an alternative assignment on the Independence of Mexico. The teacher gave her a failing grade – and then required her to sit in class over a period of several days to listen to other students recite the Mexican pledge.
It’s bad enough to force kids to pledge allegiance to the American statist government. Now they’re apparently forcing them to pledge allegiance to foreign statist governments as well. This occurred, in spite of the fact that her school district has a policy that prohibits compelling students to recite the American Pledge of Allegiance.
An Arizona high school student was suspended from school for fashioning a picture of a gun and an American flag as the desktop background on his school-issued computer. District policy forbids the “sending or displaying offensive messages or pictures,” and accessing, sending, creating or forwarding pictures deemed “harassing, threatening, or illegal.”
In other words his school policy makes a mockery of the First Amendment; students officially retain no First Amendment rights at that school. If an administrative goon deems that a picture or message is offensive the kid is summarily punished.
But since when is the image of an American flag and a gun in the United States of America offensive, harassing, threatening or illegal? The flag is potentially more offensive than the gun in my opinion but there surely is nothing harassing, threatening or unlawful about either of them.
Both are protected by the Bill of Rights. Guns and American flags are both legal items the last time I checked. So his picture clearly did not violate his school’s arbitrary policy.
A 7-year-old Colorado second-grader found himself in big trouble with his statist elementary school masters while playing the game "Rescue the World" after he “tossed an imaginary grenade” during recess and uttered 'pshhh,' to indicate that the imaginary device detonated.
He apparently violated the school rule of no tolerance for weapons, whether real or imaginary. The school has a list of 'absolutes' that states no weapons, even if they're imaginary. The statist goons actually think they have the right to control their child captive’s thoughts.
I can’t believe I got “depended,” the kid told reporters.
The compulsory education statists have a neurotic hysterical no-tolerance phobia about imaginary weapons nowadays even though such thoughts in the minds of innocent little children could not possibly ever present a threat of any kind under any circumstances to anyone.
Another 7-year-old Maryland boy, who suffers from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, was suspended from school for biting his strawberry breakfast pop-tart into the shape of a mountain but which his teacher thought looked more like a gun. A letter was sent home with students explaining that "a student used food to make an inappropriate gesture."
The statist compulsory education police are afraid of imaginary pop tart weapons.
What could possibly be more ridiculous?
So naturally the politicians have to get in on the act. A Maryland state lawmaker introduced legislation that would prohibit schools from suspending students for seemingly harmless childish acts, such as playing games with fingers pointed like guns or chewing food into the shape of a firearm.
Republican Sen. J.B. Jennings told the Star Democrat that the bill would prevent minor incidents, such as the pastry 'gun' suspension, from being entered into a students' permanent academic record.
Was that really necessary?
Why don’t they all just resolve to uphold the United States Constitution?
It’s just one more American compulsory education nightmare.