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Yulan Lawson (156)
Thursday February 14, 2013, 1:43 pm
Interesting. It's a lost war anyway.

tiffany t. (148)
Thursday February 14, 2013, 2:26 pm
I agree with some of the statements but I graduated High School in 93 and from middle school and up we had routine lock down of class rooms while police dogs went around all the cars and lockers, esp in High School. The High School I went too used to be considered one of the best in the area but if students even were yelling at each other or "looking" like they were going to get into a fight, they were suspended. Even if the altercation took place off of school grounds. If the students were in actually fighting they were expelled for the rest of the year. Needless to say there was not much fighting in the school and very little drugs were ever found. Now fast forward to 2013 and children in elementary school have brought guns and drugs to school not realizing this is illegal, not surprised. Arresting children for temper tantrums is very extreme, but I remember being paddled in elementary school without parents consent, so have things really changed that much?

Brian M. (210)
Friday February 15, 2013, 9:24 am
The essential purpose of terrorizing children is to create in them a sense of fear such that they will be compliant with even the most outrageous government dictates. Terror is a form of indoctrination being used to educate children to be very afraid of ever stepping out of line. Submit and do as you are told.

All it takes for evil to flourish, especially politically, is for good people to be too frightened to want to do anything about it. Apparently, in our nation, the psy-ops begin at an earlier and earlier age.
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