Creating A “State of Fear” for a “Police State”

Indoctrinating our Children

Before FULL Indoctrination began, God and The Ten Commandments had to be removed from our schools.

Beginning at the age of 5, our children are now being indoctrinated into the world of perversion by our public schools, and are specifically being taught any form or expression of sex is acceptable.

Our children are being taught they know more than their parents and grandparents, that they are smarter than either and need to teach both. Basically our children are being taught we the parents are idiots and not to believe anything we tell them.

Now, instead of allowing children to be children, to grow up facing the consequences of their actions by parental discipline, they are being subjected to the brutality of law enforcement. Our children are being placed in handcuffs, hauled off in police cars, and are being punished through the court system.

Even the most minor incident could  become part of your childs permanent record.

This is not by accident……………..This is the making of a Police State through intimidation, fear, and control.

New Haven – One mom says she received a call saying her 10-year-old son, Jacob, was in the principal’s office with a police officer who was preparing to arrest him for giving a younger student— a girl—a wedgie on the school bus.

Stocton, CA – A 5 year old student was handcuffed with zip ties on his hands and feet, forced to go to the  hospital for a psychiatric evaluation and was charged with battery on a police officer.

Baltimore – 3 girls ages 9 and one boy age 8 were handcuffed and arrested at school for fighting. They were placed in holding cells and told not to call their parents. The police would handle that. They were charged as juveniles.

Florida – A 6 year old girl was arrested for throwing a temper-tantrum,  throwing objects, hitting administration personnel and screaming. The girl was put under a law enforcement involuntary Baker Act and taken to a mental health facility. The 40 pound girl is now afraid of law enforcement and school.

California – A 7-year-old special education student climbed onto a bookshelf at his San Mateo school. When asked to get down, the boy refused and the officer blasted him with pepper spray. San Mateo police say they have no restrictions on the use of pepper spray  against children, and a top department official defended its use on a boy who  was “out of control.”

New York – 12 year old girl was handcuffed and arrested in front of classmates for writing I love my friends Abby and Faith, on her desk.

New Mexico -N.M. – A 13-year-old boy was handcuffed and hauled off to a juvenile detention  for “burping audibly” in his P.E. class. In a separate incident, school administrators became suspicious because the boy had $200 in his pocket. He claimed it was because he was going to go shopping after school, but administrators accused him of selling pot to another student. The boy asked to call his mother; instead, they forced the student to strip down to his underwear while five adults watched.

Texas – 12-year-old Sarah was taken from class, charged with a criminal misdemeanour and ordered to appear in court for spraying perfume on her neck.

In 2010 alone, the police gave close to 300,000 “Class C misdemeanour”  tickets to children as young as six in Texas for offences in and out of school, which resulted in fines, community service and even prison time.

Florida – Police were called by the elementary school when a young girl kissed a boy during PE class reporting the incident as a possible sex crime

San Francisco – A 6 year old boy charged with inappropriate touching during a game of tag on the school’s playground. The boy was held in the principal’s office for two hours until he confessed. He was suspended, and a sexual battery charge was placed on his permanent school record.

Florida – An eleven-year-old who allegedly brought a plastic butter knife to school was handcuffed, taken to jail, and charged with a third-degree felony. Students have also been arrested for throwing an eraser, and drawing a picture of a gun.

“Throw an eraser and they want to call it throwing a deadly missile, which is a felony,” said state Sen. Stephen Wise (R-Jacksonville), the senate sponsor of the legislation, which has yet to clear the state house. “When you get into the juvenile justice system everybody thinks your sins are forgiven when you turn 18, and I will assure you that doesn’t happen. It’s a blemish on your record.”


Parents become involved. Don’t wait for someone else to take action. This Zero Policy is destroying your children’s futures. They are being punished for being kids……………and being conditioned for a police state.

Your kids are being built into global citizens instead of proud Americans.  Your kids are being taught social justice instead of history.  Your kids are being taught that filth is acceptable. And most important, God is being taken out of the equation completely.


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1 comment for “Creating A “State of Fear” for a “Police State”

  1. James
    December 5, 2012 at 8:45 pm

    Firstly I’d like to say that it makes sense for future generations to be more knowledgeable than those prior, that’s the nature of the advancement of mankind… Secondly,I’m assuming that what you mean when you refer to a “Permanent record” is what we in society call a “Juvenile record”. contrary to your understanding, Juvenile records are permanently closed to all but law enforcement (LEO) once a child has reached 18. Even if the record was viewed by LEO at a later time in adult hood, it has no legal sway in any matter. All of these incidents you list of “Police Brutality” and “Police state” actions just happen to leave out the full details surrounding the children’s detainment, not that you don’t give links to the reports but if people were to take you at your mere word they would be quite mislead. If you had a child attempt to stab you with a knife I’m certain you wouldn’t feel upset about seeing that child in handcuffs… In addition, bullying has been a major problem in our wonderful nation. I think any child who bullies another child deserves punishment, it just so happens that in the public school system law and order is enforced by LEO’s (not that you don’t have the right to send your child to a private institution or home school (God forbid that you create more naive right wing conservatives)). No offense but you strike me as the kind of Republican that goes around trying to get all the other Republicans up in arms about matters. That’s perfectly fine but the real issue is the lack of details, hell, one of your article citations is from the UK, who knows more about American school systems, us or Europeans? I feel bad for people like you. It makes me grateful that the majority of Americans disagree with you and people who think like you. I thank God every day that our nation has finally formed a collective brain and no longer believes (for the choice of a better term) Bull-shit-word-vomit that right wing republicans spew. God Bless

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