Homeschooling, What the Left Hates About it is Americanism
The left is at war with America and hates Americans’ idea of turning out any superior product to their Globalist icons, and children are not “hands-off” from the left’s power grabs. Parental rights have no leverage in the mind of the leftist ego, who believe they own the right to indoctrinate, lead and direct all things and people into the direction of their one way of thinking.
When the left took over education for good under “Fake Republican” George Bush with his “no child left behind” policies, Homeschooling started to become more popular as an option to avoid remedial education and leftist domination. During the Bush years, the left made many inroads to dominate the public school and rape the taxpayer for far-left social justice movements that elevated foreign cultures and religions and misdirected children about things they need to learn for solid successful careers. All of these radical left movements in the schools were funded by unsuspected American citizens.
The reason we have Common Core, for example, is that under their control, the left made promises to foreign countries and sold a “Global unit,” someone who could work on an assembly line for a foreign corporation.
Parents started to remove their children from such indoctrination in the 1990s. Two decades later, there is a healthy Homeschool movement in the United States that can not be forced back into public schools. Homeschoolers produce a happier and more successful person.
And parents avoid years of frustration of dealing with poorly educated civil servants, so the model is less hassle, frustration, depression, and better education that will provide for more freedom.
Yet, the left persists in threatening to remove homeschooling rights away from American citizens each time they get the smallest amount of power.
First, the author, Chrissy, derides Homeschoolers as “extremists,” which is virtue mostly likely just a shallow form of virtue signaling, but let’s take a look at her ideas:
“Any serious answer to the question of radicalization will have to address Christian nationalism’s own longstanding (dis)information and political ecosystem, taking into account the feedback loops between it; overt white supremacist and right-wing extremist groups; elite right-wing lobbies like the Council for National Policy; digital technology; and the rise of talk radio and right-wing cable “news.”
HA- funny coming from someone in her Twitter profile claims she is protecting a magical “Democracy” that does not exist. We are a Republic, Chrissy, read a book.
Back to her article:
“As I like to say, however, the Christian Right has been doing “alternative facts” since before it was cool. It would be remiss of us to approach the “where were they radicalized” question without addressing how the Christian schooling and homeschooling movement, along with many white churches and other evangelical, LDS, and ‘trad’ Catholic institutions, fostered the subcultures that created the demand for hyper-partisan “news” outlets like Fox News.
Any serious answer to the question of radicalization will have to address Christian nationalism’s own longstanding (dis)information and political ecosystem, taking into account the feedback loops between it; overt white supremacist and right-wing extremist groups; elite right-wing lobbies like the Council for National Policy; digital technology; and the rise of talk radio and right-wing cable “news.”
It seems that Chrissy feels that since she is a superior ward of a magical Democracy, she will decide how parents should raise their children. She feels that she alone has the superior ability to decide for American parents what their children should learn and how they should spend their first 18 years of their lives because Chrissy says so:
Where were the January 6 insurrectionists radicalized?
We must not neglect conservative Christian churches, schools, and homeschooling in addressing that question or we’ll never be able to craft effective counter-radicalization policies.
— Chrissy Stroop is so over it (@C_Stroop) January 19, 2021
So Chrissy, sweetie, we are a Republic, and parents are allowed to strive for superior things and experiences and rights for our children. It is called “human nature.” Take a Human Biology class, for God’s Sake.
I can honestly come up with a book list for you to get out of the Marxist programming that has caused you to seek and destroy strong Americans and our dreams for children.
Americans can dream too.
Shame on your parents for not homeschooling you.
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