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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Joan of Arc on Steroids and the Great Public School Walkout Strike

You may hate Ann Barnhardt' "tone", but she makes eminent sense when she describes how to respond to Obama's latest act of tyranny. Trying to force public schools to allow boys to shower and dress with girls in an abomination and Ann, who makes me think of Joan of Arc on steroids, doesn't shrink from saying it:
Listen up.....THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS COERCION. The Obama regime can not FORCE you to do ANYTHING. You either freely choose to capitulate or not. This “forced”, “coercion” bullshit is 100% candyass agitprop. 
You know what the solution to this is? Every parent who LOVES THEIR CHILDREN WITHDRAWS THEIR CHILDREN FROM PUBLIC SCHOOL MONDAY MORNING.
It is non-violent. It is very, very doable. Workarounds to educating children outside of the public schools abound. 
And you know what? No one will do it. Public schools are now LITERALLY open, unapologetic child sex abuse centers, and no one will do a damn thing about it.
I hope she's wrong. How long do you think Obama's policy would last if even 20% of parents kept their children home from school for the rest of the school year out of concern for their children's safety. Do you really want your pubescent daughters showering with the school jocks?

Heck, I volunteer to home school your kids for the rest of the year. Bring 'em on over. I have an undergraduate degree in English and a Master's in Public Administration. I home schooled for five years and enjoyed every minute. We'll study Shakespeare (I ran a drama club with about 15 children from age 8-14 and we put on an abridged version of The Tempest at the Folger. Yes, little children can appreciate Shakespeare!), we'll write paragraphs, read good books, study bee behavior, create videos, and TALK ABOUT GOD.

My husband is an engineer. He often tutors our grandkids in math. We can cover the three R's in a heartbeat and we have some great locations for history field trips here in the Valley.

So call your local school and tell the principle your children will be withdrawn the minute they implement Obama's tyrannical policy.

We have the power to change the world, or at least some of these evil programs, by just walking out. Call it the great public school strike. On the other hand, if you don't care enough about little girls to protect them from predatory men and boys, you'll be responsible for anything that happens to them. And don't come crying to me for sympathy. The liberals hate goodness and they hate children. They kill the youngest and smallest and they sexually abuse the others. When is enough enough?

I'll let Ann have the last word and may God give the victory in this latest battle:
The Battle of Lepanto was a supernatural victory. On paper, it was suicide, and on a purely natural level would not have passed the Thomistic requirement that there be a reasonable chance of victory. But through Our Lady of the Rosary it was a decisive victory. The Battle of the Milvian Bridge was a supernatural victory. As was, in all likelihood, the Battle of Tours. St. Joan of Arc, by virtue of her very command, much less her victories, enjoyed supernatural support. I heard it said not long ago that a group of people “with nothing to lose” must be assembled to advance the cause. I disagree. Only when people who have EVERYTHING to lose lay down their lives and sail into a battle that, like Lepanto, looks impossible on paper, will there be hope. Has that time come? Oh, yes. Most definitely it has.

3 comments:

Susan Matthiesen said...

Sounds like a fabulous idea! I'll quit my job, sell my home, move back to Virginia and live in a hut somewhere and we can open a homeschooling refuge for families escaping public school. I homeschooled my daughter for 8 years, and have a degree in English with a minor in math. We used to have race horses so I can teach horseback riding as well as care of horses, dogs, cats, rabbits, etc for any child aspiring to be a vet. Also Mary Ann and Larry can teach about bees.

Kathy said...

I'm actually spooked that many people will pull their kids out and this will be step 1 in the crackdown and eventual ban on homeschooling.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

I wouldn't worry about that,Kathy -- talk about sparking a revolution. Whenever home schooling is under attack the Capitol switchboard is pretty much shut down. They would have to get out the tanks and machine guns and kidnap all the kids.

Hey Susan, you can live with us. Wouldn't Topsy and Tuptim have fun "junking" and drinking coffee together!