Anti-2 Amendment indoctrination begins with American schools' "victimization" policy

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  1. DixNickson

    DixNickson Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    American schoolchildren and their families suffer under regimes of, misguided at best and evil intentioned at worst, educators enforcing the zero tolerance policy. This policy promotes an agenda that demands that American children submit their natural right to self-defense by enduring physical attacks for the "reward" of not being disciplined by the school authorities for defending themselves from bodily injury.

    Is it any wonder that those raised in and assigning/mandating subservient victimhood as the appropriate answer/response to aggressive violent behavior are Anti-Second Amendment? This mindset is placing all Americans' Second Amendment rights in jeopardy. Is it any wonder that supporters of this policy blame and hold current firearm owners responsible, deserving of punishment-loss of-reduction in rights, for the horrific criminal acts of others?

    This asinine policy develops and demands an attitude more concerned with being penalized if an attempt to stop a violent assault is made and what "community" perception will be of those who do! The news article claims no student or bus driver comes to her (the victim) aid. Do you find that surprising (though the brief video may record a boy rising to the victim's defense)? However, if they intervene, would they run the risk of violating and being punished by the policy that has zero tolerance for force that is needed to meet unlawful aggressive behavior?

    This schoolgirl's victim statement says it all;
    A policy/school regulation that has a student believe that if she had defended herself from a violent attack she would be punished and people would think poorly of her is absolutely anti-life/liberty and criminal, in both conception and nature.

    People who believe that a firearm is the violent offender and responsible for criminal acts are likely supporters of the scenario and mindset this policy promotes. Appeasers, proponents of victimization, pave the way for tyrants
     
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    DixNickson Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    If this report is accurate.

    Another example of the insane anti-American policies of public schools and the indoctrination of "be a victim, do not exercise or stand up for your rights or intercede on another's behalf." The rescuers are being treated as if they possessed and pointed the pistol at the initial victim in this scenario.

    Zero-tolerance means no act is of greater/lesser value than another. Standby and be a victim and you will not be punished by authority. If you choose a course of action, as did these students and disarm a gunman threatening another student with being shot, you will pay the price for the criminal act of trying to save life. Not unlike the position, present and proposed gun laws put the honest citizen in, strip you of the right to defend yourself and others if you would so choose.

    Makes you wonder, if the same students would have successfully disarmed Adam Lanza (sp?) before the shooting at Sandy Hook, would they have been suspended? The suspension of these kids, sentenced before having a hearing (even criminals get a trial before being sentenced), would certainly send a strong message to anyone not to try to keep a gunman from his intended purpose.




     
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    DixNickson Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    What more can be said? Tell me again public school is a place to explore and broaden the minds of the future leaders of America...seems more like a Manchurian Candidate indoctrination.


     
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    DixNickson Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Really?

     
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    DixNickson Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Really, who would believe an educator in this enlightened age would ask that?! No way! The child has to be making it up!

     
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    Sickening
     
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    BleedingHeadKen Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I can think of one gesture that would be appropriate to show the school administrators.
     
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    stjames1_53 Banned

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    ...times two
     
  9. DixNickson

    DixNickson Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    That is exactly what first came to my mind. "What?! No teacher! Daddy said this sign means we really love you and people who think like you."
     
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    Casper Banned at Members Request Past Donor

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    I was against zero tolerance rules in schools from the beginning, it defies logic, it teaches children that circumstances do not matter and that justice is not part of the system they must deal with. Remove the stupid rules and make the teachers, principles and administrators do they job, period.
     
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    My kids' system doesn't have zero tolerance policies. They have a system of due process, per the Constitution.
     
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    Casper Banned at Members Request Past Donor

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    You/They are lucky in todays school system, far too many school systems have found it the easy way out of doing their jobs.
     

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