The Fate of Children in the American Police State
John Whitehead points out in his article that American public schools are like prisons. The wardens of the schools focus on punishment and ruining the lives of children, not on education.
Parents who can afford it put their children in private schools, and those who can’t homeschool their children if they have the capability and do not have to work several part-time jobs in order to make ends meet.
The situation that John Whitehead describes is real. The schools today bear no resemblance whatsoever to the schools I experienced. The horrors inflicted on children and parents by the public schools tell us a lot about ourselves. While Americans waved the flag and mouthed platitudes about “freedom and democracy,” they were rounded up and confined to a police state.
The United States today has every characteristic of the Gestapo police state, except that the US is more corrupt than was Nazi Germany.
The ugly reality of America today is beginning to dawn on some Americans. Those who have come into contact with the American police state and have been brutalized by it are forced by reality out of their Matrix-like belief that America is the best and most free country on earth.
Foreigners remain deluded by American propaganda and believe the US is where freedom and opportunity reside. This is especially the case with youth in former communist countries.
The propaganda image of America and the reality of American could not be more different.
We have lost our country. It is not here anymore.