From the time they’re old enough to understand, they are repeatedly taught that they are the product of nothing but random chance. But if life is really about nothing but “random chance”, is there any kind of ultimate purpose in taking your next breath? If you don’t have a purpose, you don’t value life; that includes both your own life and the lives of others. And there you have the core reason for the sky-rocketing murder rates, both in America around the world. If we teach kids that they evolved from animals, why should it surprise us so much when they act like animals?And here's a couple more quotes from another article. While the article itself isn't about education, some of the passages give us better understanding of what the state-run education system is like and what kind of people are in charge:
Rather than teach us what was good and beautiful about Western Civilization and the country to which our parents had fled, teachers gave us Marxist nonsense, if they bothered to teach at all.Again - that's all about the US public schools. But what happens in Canadian public school system isn't much different. We may not have all those racial tensions (or shall I say - not yet?) but our job applications too include questions on whether or not we are members of visible minority groups. Similarly, our public school system too is overrun by radical Marxists, for whom "multi-cult" means excluding European culture, denouncing Judeo-Christian values and purging Christians for expressing opinions that are different than theirs.
I know your liberal cronies, Barack; they make me check off my skin color on job applications and ask me during job interviews of how I teach multiculturalism, yet don’t know where Slovenia is on the world map.
So what is the solution? Tina Marie gives a great advice - don't let the government raise your children. Keep your eyes open, join forces with others in your community, and never give up.