Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Hillary's Indoctrination Villages

By Chris Rossini

Hillary Clinton let the collectivism fly yesterday. During a roundtable discussion with students and "educators" in Iowa, our forthcoming Queen said the following:
“How do we end up at a point where we are so negative about the most important, non-family enterprise and the raising of the next generation — which is how our kids are educated?”
I can tell you why negativity prevails when the subject of education comes up: because of 100+ years of government's compulsive monopoly on schooling. The belief in a "non-family enterprise" for "raising" what Hillary calls "our kids" is the problem.

I'd like to compare Hillary's indoctrination villages to ideas that are found in one of Ron Paul's finest pieces of work, his latest book titled "The School Revolution: A New Answer for Our Broken Education System".

Dr. Paul smashes one of government's crown jewels into a fine powder. Here are some of the truths contained within:
"A free society acknowledges that authority over education begins with the family...To the extent that any society substitutes a source of authority over education other than the family, it departs from liberty."
Not only has government substituted itself, to raise "our kids," as Hillary states, but it uses compulsory force to ensure that very few kids are able to escape its grip.
"Three developments will reform education: the restoration of family-based education, the restoration of open competition in education, and the development of educational programs that rely on self-teaching and student-run tutorials. In short, the division of labor in education through decentralization."
You can be absolutely sure that none of the above was mentioned during Hillary's "roundtable discussion".

Decentralized education means decentralized ideas, which is kryptonite to Hillary and the gang. Government thrives on conformity. It's one-size-fits all, and government decides the size.

With such power in its iron fists, it should surprise no one that government concentrates very intensely on molding every child's opinion of it.

Every single morning (for at least 18 years) all children must rise out of their seats and say their government prayer called the Pledge of Allegiance. They don't do it once a month, or once a week, but every single day. That's not done by accident.

Kids who are drilled every day to repeat a government prayer are now easy pickings for instilling ideas. You know, ideas like Lincoln "saved the Union", and FDR "saved us from free market capitalism", and that the troops "fight for our freedom," and without government regulating every aspect of our lives we'd all be lying in a ditch.

The U.S. government did not become the largest Welfare & Warfare Empire because of decentralized ideas. You can't pull something like that off in a society rooted in Liberty.

It all begins with government's crown jewel. It's tight grip on compulsory attendance to its Indoctrination Villages.

Please grab a copy of Dr. Paul's masterful work. You will not be disappointed with the soundness of what you read.


  1. Yes, RP, but also, John Taylor Gatto. Google and download free.

  2. My wife is a brilliant educator, but as loving parents we decided to homeschool our two daughters for extended periods of time to suit their individual needs, and to raise them to be independent, and learned scholars who could determine their own paths in life with out interference from Hillary's village of the damned.

  3. "Hillary's village of the damned."