Teachers Soon To Be Charged, Criminalized And Removed From Their Positions If They Instruct on Social Problems and World Government Platforms
Much like the controlled media, school curriculums are designed to place students in a similar hypnotic state where they don't question what they are taught. Teachers are finally becoming aware of this problem and they're beginning to inspire students through education and awareness. This is a big problem for the engines of deceit, especially in the United States. Legislation is currently being introduced in some U.S. states that will prohibit the teaching of things like social problems, economics, foreign affairs, the United Nations, world government, until other sources based on indoctrinating children are taught first.
Legislation was introduced this week in the West Virginia House of Delegates (HB 2107) that would prohibit this type of teaching and New York and Tennessee are considering similar legislation.
Tennessee Sen. Stacey Campfield proposed a bill to ban teachers from teaching homosexuality in Tennessee's public elementary and middle schools. The bill died in committee.
It seems that whenever possible,
teachers will soon be restricted from giving even a simple opinion in their classes. The system is now largely dependent of ensuring that students collect useless and controlled knowledge without any understanding of its value.
The new legislation will charge teachers with a misdemeanor crime and fine should they instruct students on "social problems" first. They can then be fired.
The bill was introduced by Delegates John Overington (R-Berkeley), Geoff Foster (R-Putnam), Eric Householder (R-Berkeley), Kelli Sobonya (R-Cabell), Michel Moffat (R-Putnam), Ruth Rowan (R-Hampshire), Cindy Frich (R-Monogalia) and Jim Butler (R-Mason).
The bill makes clear that "before students may participate in secondary level courses involving the study of social problems, global economics, foreign affairs, the United Nations, world government, socialism or communism, pupils shall first have completed basic instruction in geography, United States history, United States government and the government of the State of West Virginia, local governments in West Virginia, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitutions of the United States and the State of West Virginia."
What if the study of the history of the United States involves the study of social problems, like slavery? Is the teacher charged with a crime?
There has been misinformation about America's Founding Fathers for centuries in the curriculum painting a false picture of those who led the American Revolution and the issue of slavery. The historical fact is that slavery was not the product of, nor was it an evil introduced by the Founders. The Revolution was a turning point in the national attitude against slavery--and it was the Founders who contributed greatly to that change. This is the change that propagandists do not want told.
What about the history of global economics? Where and when did paper money originate and what was its role in governing the production, distribution and consumption of goods? What if the study of U.S. history involves the study of global economics? Will the teacher be fired?
Let us go to the legislation.
"Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not exceeding $10 for each violation, and each week during which there is a violation shall constitute a separate offense."
"If the person so convicted occupy a position in connection with the public schools, that person shall automatically be removed from that position and shall be ineligible for reappointment to that or a similar position for the period of one year."
Academic freedom will now be further restricted by law. Open discussions in classroom and straying from topics carefully screened in textbooks and school curriculums will be prohibited.
Marco Torres is a research specialist, writer and consumer advocate for healthy lifestyles. He holds degrees in Public Health and Environmental Science and is a professional speaker on topics such as disease prevention, environmental toxins and health policy.