HOW DO YOU PREPARE A CHILD FOR LIFE IN THE AMERICAN POLICE STATE? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

HOW DO YOU PREPARE A CHILD FOR LIFE IN THE AMERICAN POLICE STATE?

It’s difficult enough raising a child in a world ravaged by war, disease, poverty and hate, but when you add the police state into the mix—with its battlefield mindset, weaponry, rigidity, surveillance, fascism, indoctrination, violence, etc.—it becomes near impossible to guard against the toxic stress of police shootings, SWAT team raids, students being tasered and shackled, lockdown drills, and a growing unease that some of the monsters of our age come dressed in government uniforms.

What is particularly chilling is how effective these lessons in compliance are in indoctrinating young people to accept their role in the police state, either as criminals or prison guards. If these exercises are intended to instill fear and compliance into young people, they’re working.

Clearly, our children are getting the message, but it’s not the message that was intended by those who fomented a revolution and wrote our founding documents. Their philosophy was that the police work for us, and “we the people” are the masters, and they are to be our servants. Now that has been turned on its head, fueled by our fears (some legitimate, some hyped along by the government and its media mouthpieces) about the terrors and terrorists that lurk among us.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As I have been advocating for a long time, people with skills and kids, please get out of this country as quickly as you can; there may be a time left when your ability to exit this police state nation, into which Amerika has devolved, will no longer exist.

If you are unable to do this, find the most remote area you can, move there, and become as self-sufficient as you can be. Learn to do light farming, canning, raising chickens for eggs, can do a lot for both you and your children. Home school your child; teach them logic, history, and critical thinking.

Whether your child decides to stay in such an environment when they get older is not certain; but the gifts of a true education, being one with nature; and understanding that taking care of yourself takes work, patience, and effort, are priceless.

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