Public Schools Are Preparing America’s Children For Life In A Police State

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Public SchoolsOur children are the future of America, and our public schools are systematically training them to become accustomed to living in a “Big Brother” police state.  All across the United States today, public schools have essentially become “prison grids” that are run by control freaks that are absolutely obsessed with micromanaging the lives of their students down to the smallest detail.  As you will read about below, students all over the country are now being monitored by RFID microchips, their lunches are being inspected on a daily basis by school administrators, and the social media accounts of students are being constantly monitored even when they are at home.  Of course these sorts of things do not happen everywhere just yet, but on the path that we are on it is just a matter of time.  At this point, many of our public schools very closely resemble “totalitarian dictatorships”, and so if the United States ever slips into totalitarianism the students of today will actually feel very comfortable under that political system.


I went to public schools all my life, so I have experience in this area.  Sadly, things have gone downhill quite a bit since those days.  For example, one thing that was unheard of back when I was in high school was “active shooter drills”.  They are being held in school districts all over the nation today, and they often involve the firing of blanks and the use of fake blood.  The following is from a recent NBC News about these drills…

In a cramped, carpeted amphitheater in the basement of Troy Buchanan High School, 69 students are waiting to die.

“You’ll know when it pops off,” says Robert Bowen, the school’s campus police officer. “If you get engaged with one of the shooters, you’ll know it.”

“When you get shot, you need to close your fingers and keep ‘em in,” adds Tammy Kozinski, the drama teacher. “When the bad guy and the police come through, they’ll step all over you, and who will be saying they’re sorry?”

“Nobody!” the students cry in unison.

This isn’t a bizarre, premeditated mass murder or some twisted sacrifice led by a student cult. These are the 20 minutes preceding an active shooter drill, the 13th one Missouri’s Lincoln County school district has staged in the past year.

You can read the rest of that article right here, and a YouTube video about these drills is posted below…

Fortunately, the students participating in the active shooter drills in Missouri know in advance what is happening.

In other instances around the country, that is not the case.  In fact, sometimes teachers are not even told what is going to happen.  Just check out the following example from New Jersey

About 50 teachers at a New Jersey school experienced a terrifying moment when a shooting rampage turned out to be a drill, but the teachers didn’t know it.

It happened Aug. 28 at the Phillipsburg New Jersey Early Learning Center.

A man burst into the library and started shooting. But the gun didn’t have any bullets, just blanks.

Teachers took cover under child-sized tables, crying and trembling.

“People are crying. The girl next to me is trembling and shaking. You heard people crying. You heard other people praying. It was pretty dramatic,” one teacher said.

Could you imagine your own children being put through something so traumatic?

And of course “active shooter drills” are far from the only way that our public schools are being transformed into prison camps.  Just consider the following list…

-Public schools in some parts of the country are beginning to use RFID microchips to track school attendance. (Link)

-Some public schools are now systematically monitoring the social media accounts of their students. (Link)

-Listening devices are being installed in classrooms all over the nation. (Link)

-Bureaucratic control freaks are checking student lunches at many schools to ensure that they are “balanced”. (Link)

-Students are being suspended from school for simply making gun gestures with their hands. (Link)

-Some public schools do not even allow parents to walk their own children to class. (Link)

This next set of examples comes from one of my previous articles

A few years ago, a class of 3rd grade students at one Kentucky elementary school were searched by a group of teachers after 5 dollars went missing.  During the search the students were actually required to remove their shoes and their socks.

At one public school in the Chicago area, children have been banned from bringing their lunches from home.  Yes, you read that correctly.  Students at that particular school are absolutely prohibited from bringing lunches from home.  Instead, it is mandatory that they eat the food that the school cafeteria serves.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is spending huge amounts of money to install surveillance cameras in the cafeterias of public schools so that government control freaks can closely monitor what our children are eating.

A teenager in suburban Dallas was forced to take on a part-time job after being ticketed for using bad language in one high school classroom.  The original ticket was for $340, but additional fees have raised the total bill to $637.

It is not just high school kids that are being ticketed by police.  In Texas the crackdown extends all the way down to elementary school students.  In fact, it has been reported that Texas police gave “1,000 tickets” to elementary school kids over a recent six year period.

A 17 year-old honor student in North Carolina named Ashley Smithwick accidentally took her father’s lunch with her to school.  It contained a small paring knife which he would use to slice up apples.  So what happened to this standout student when the school discovered this?  The school suspended her for the rest of the year and the police charged her with a misdemeanor.

A 6 year old girl in Florida was handcuffed and sent to a mental facility after throwing temper tantrums at her elementary school.

In early 2010, a 12 year old girl in New York was arrested by police and marched out of her school in handcuffs just because she doodled on her desk. “I love my friends Abby and Faith” was what she reportedly wrote on her desk.

There are actually some public schools in the United States that are so paranoid that they have actually installed cameras in student bathrooms.

-Down in Florida, students have actually been arrested by police for bringing a plastic butter knife to school, for throwing an eraser, and for drawing a picture of a gun.

-The Florida State Department of Juvenile Justice has announced that it will begin using analysis software to predict crime by young delinquents and will place “potential offenders” in specific prevention and education programs.

-A group of high school students made national headlines a while back when they revealed that they were ordered by a security guard to stop singing the national anthem during a visit to the Lincoln Memorial.

In some U.S. schools, armed cops accompanied by police dogs actually conduct surprise raids with their guns drawn.  In this video, you can actually see police officers aiming their guns at school children as the students are lined up facing the wall.

Back in 2009, one 8 year old boy in Massachusetts was sent home from school and was forced to undergo a psychological evaluation because he drew a picture of Jesus on the cross.

Are you starting to get the picture?

Our public schools are systematically training our children for life in a police state, and hardly anyone is complaining about it.

We are heading down a very dangerous road, and at the end of that road we would end up like other totalitarian regimes such as North Korea.

If you think that you would like to live in a truly totalitarian regime, just consider what a new UN report that was just released says is going on in North Korea right now…

The commission documents crimes against humanity, including “extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced abortions and other sexual violence, persecution on political, religious, racial and gender grounds, the forcible transfer of populations, the enforced disappearance of persons and the inhumane act of knowingly causing prolonged starvation.”

So why don’t the people of North Korea rebel?

Well, one prison camp survivor that escaped said that “we became so used to it that we didn’t feel anything”

One witness, a survivor of a North Korean prison camp, told the commission of seeing a guard beat a nearly starving woman who had recently given birth, then force the woman to drown her baby.

Others told of being imprisoned for watching soap operas, trying to find food for their families, traveling without permission or having family members considered suspect by the government.

“Because we saw so many people die, we became so used to it,” one prison camp survivor told the commission. “I’m sorry to say that we became so used to it that we didn’t feel anything.”

Perhaps you think that such a thing could never happen in America, but the truth is that we are also becoming very accustomed to the emerging Big Brother control grid which is being constructed all around us.

And the youth of today are sadly ignorant of what this nation is supposed to look like.  In fact, in the video posted below activist Mark Dice discovers that many students at one college in California cannot even name any of the Bill of Rights when they are asked to do so…

So is there any hope for the next generation of Americans?

Please feel free to share what you think by posting a comment below…

U.S. Public Schools Are Rapidly Being Turned Into Indoctrination Centers And Prison Camps

  • K

    The students in the sixties protested in the streets. Each generation since that, has gotten less and less involved. Now you have people that will not act, no matter what. Now comes the current generation. They will not only not act, they will welcome the storm troopers, on every street corner. They have already been encouraged, to act as informants for the State. This has happened before. Last time they were called Hitler youth. Loyalty only to the state. You got kids, in some of these public schools. You better know they are already being taught, to turn in their own parents. Of course, only for their own good. This nonsense has not penetrated into the rural areas yet. But I am sure it is coming.

    • Lou Hodges

      I grew up in the 1950s. If you protest now, they arrest you, they just drag you off. The biggest thing you have to realize, is this was never a free country. they just told you it was a free country to cut down on the riots.

      • K

        You think they did not arrest us then. You think they did not beat, some of us half to death. You are right, to some degree the Government has always been corrupt. What has changed is the brainwashed, cowardly American people. When people I knew were murdered at Kent State. The American people drew a line. They still had the courage, to say, murdering unarmed college students was wrong. Nowadays they could probably drone strike a college dormitory, and most would care less.

        • James Jjink

          58,000 dead americans and a couple million dead vietnameese later maybe

        • keith colquitt

          Before the 1960s heroin was rare in America. It is believed by many that the government permitted it to flow freely into the ghettos in order to quell black protests. It quickly spilled over into the rest of society, but it was a price the ruling elite was willing to pay. Americans are asleep and are the most deluded people on earth.

      • keith colquitt

        White people in America always thought they were free because they had minorities who were treated worse than them. It seems that many of them are waking up now though. They’re experiencing the same police abuses and other issues that black people are.

  • Rodster

    Central planning and progressivism at its finest. This is exactly what a society turns itself into when they first extract God out of your lives and make you more reliant on the State. These are all symptoms of a decaying society and an ever growing leviathan State.

    But don’t worry because they’re rolling out Common Core and working on Agenda 21.

  • FreeThinker

    I think someone needs to check the control freaks to make sure they are “balanced.”

  • Rene Girrard

    I’m getting my passport sent off for renewal in the mail tomorrow. I was just wondering if they will run me in some kind of NSA database to see if I am a tea party member or if I’ve made negative comments about Obama. Then I would be denied for some other lame excuse? I don’t think I’m a whacko for wondering about this. Do you?

    • A Dodgy Bloke

      No your not wacko, even paranoids have enemies. Think, why would the NSA be interested in you? You don’t like BHO so does millions of others. Your no threat to the system.

    • Lou Hodges

      I can answer that. Yes. The NSA flags your passport. They flagged mine. I had to sit in Federal custody for an hour at the Canadian Border while they telephoned the NSA. Yes.

  • Rene Girrard

    Seeing those school buses reminded me of something. I was at a park many years ago here in Ft. Worth, TX. There was a group of kids getting on a bus, and I drove slowly next to the bus at a very slow speed. The bus driver didn’t have his flashers on. Some teacher didn’t like it and stood right in front of my car. I slowly started to accelerate and yelled, “Get out of the way lady”. She did get out of the way. I’m so glad she didn’t kick my car or something because I would of been so mad I would have gotten out and knocked her right to the ground. This is back when I was a young man and super strong. Then I probably would have gone to jail and had to pay a lot to get my car out. Thank God it turned out the way it did. There is such a paranoia about public schools now days, that anybody that comes into close proxmity with it/them is paranoid too.

  • DJohn1

    Does anyone else find it curious that the government can find financing for all these “important” keeping track of everyone? But things like a decent police department in Detroit is not a priority.
    The schools are financed for the most part by Real Estate Taxes. Then the Federal Government gets involved with funding . . .
    The religion taught in the schools is something called “humanism” and it is a religion. It is basically morales minus God.
    It is a natural step for someone to then become an aethist or agnostic.
    Your comparison with a police state is right on. From Kindergarden on people are taught “rules” that resemble the running of a Prison System.
    If we want to investigate start with just exactly “who” is teaching our children and what is their agenda?
    The problem with this system is no two children are alike.
    You have a majority of followers. But in that group you have people that are individualistic and possibly leaders of a future generation.
    Questions are discouraged because of the logistics of a classroom having far too many children and far too few instructors.
    When that group goes wrong they are placed in prison. Often for good reason. The people in this group are often labeled as Alphas.
    That is because in the nature of animals you always have followers and a few people that are leaders.
    This is also all about a war on individualism. It is a war on people that have gained the ability to question and think for themselves. If your child is different from the herd they want that group exiled from the public. “They” being the authorities over the public school systems.
    Finally, I find the entire system is stupid.
    Education is a contest of who has the best memory and who can answer the questions “correctly”. The key here is “boring” classes and institutions that resemble a prison.
    But what if memory is a matter of proper training? The key to memory is retrival of what you have learned. And that is what is not taught in public schools. Most human memory is visual. You will remember a silly image from a commercial. Even if you personally do not, your subconscious might remember key details. So they repeat silly commercials over and over again in hopes you will remember it.
    The key is retention rates over a period of several years. Basically we have to drill students in the basics such as spelling, math tables, grammar, and more important teach them memory skills first before you attempt to teach them anything else.
    The system is bound by rules that no longer are valid.
    Your place in a school system should be based on what you know not how old you are. That means figuring out what you know and placing you where you will learn best.
    Testing out is done all over the world except here. We have a system based on how much money can I screw the public out of instead of a series of tests that places you in the system where you belong. Some kids could go through the entire system in 6 years. Others are starting at square one and need a lot more attention.
    What if you could challenge out and go straight to college?
    Well, a whole lot of money would be lost because we insist on charging a student 12 years of his life to go through High School and another 4-6 years for college and then maybe more years for a degree in one of the professions plus an internship.
    That is inefficient on a level I hate to even think about.

  • DJohn1

    Memory key-The sooner you use something the longer the memory will stay with you. People in this system of utilizing whatever you learn will retain it a lot longer. What happens in school is it is the student’s responsibility to utilize what is learned which in a classroom might be very difficult to do.
    Imaging-retaining memory by imaging the memory. If you can photograph it in your mind it will be retained much longer.
    Abstract ideas are a lot harder to do this with.
    Home Schooling is ideal as it puts you on a 1 to 1 basis with the teacher. I think most of our very important people were taught by teachers on an individual 1 to 1 basis. Of course these people are rich enough to get individual instruction. On-line learning is the future. It also takes you out of the regimented environment of ultra security guarded schools. It takes you out of the prison system. Any totaltarian system will hate home schooling for that reason.
    I have two alpha type personalities amongst my children. The oldest was a problem. He was constantly defeating the efforts of his teachers to educated him. Found out he almost went off the scale on the intelligence tests. Their attempts to “educate” him is like putting a Senior in High School in the third grade.
    I too rebeled and I sympathize with anyone who is dealing with that kind of “education”.
    Basically children like my oldest simply defeat the system itself and run with D’s and C’s rather than make any effort at all in school.
    The youngest was more diplomatic about it. He simply programmed the school computers to do what he wanted them to do. He was off the scale as well. One day he put a playboy type picture on every screen at the school for 30 seconds then destroyed the entire program so no one could figure out how it happened as a joke.
    They had to call in my oldest son to retrieve the information and catch him at it. He was a Senior in the same school at the time. We had by then got him into anextremely accelerated class.
    Today both the oldest and youngest run their own businesses in the computer industry. The middle son works for the oldest and he is one of the best backup engineers one could have.
    My point is we need to join the 21st century and put all these kids into as individualized instruction as it is possible to do. I suggest they all be given computers at home and internet connections. I also suggest that each be given computerized individual instruction and allowed to get away from the grade school system of K-12. Some of these kids need guidance and they need to be steered into trades rather than college. For them a Co-op education will serve them better in life. That means starting in year 11 they are hired by industry at cheap rates and allowed to learn skills that will give them a good education later in life. The coop system puts them two weeks in school and two weeks in industry.
    I suggest we need to dismantle the college system all together. It makes no sense at all to require people to spend 30-40 thousand dollars to get a college education when the entire thing could be done at home.

  • Ricky Ross

    “When an opponent declares, “I will not come over to your side,” I calmly say, “Your child belongs to us already… What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now
    stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community.”

    – Adolph Hitler

  • A Dodgy Bloke

    I don’t see a police state happening. I know that’s an anathema to the NWO types , but I’m asking you to think. The world is swimming in debt it can’t repay, governments all over the world are to various degree broke. This thing will end way before any police state is established the so called elites will be hard pressed to save their own hides. The pot is boiling look at the Ukraine, Venezuela, Greece, Spain, Italy. Those are just some of places collapsing under the weight of a dying system. If you want to help your kids convince them the learn carpentry, machine shop, tool and dye, farming, gunsmithing. These are the skill that will be valued and keep food on the table.

  • Lou Hodges

    What you have here is a distortion of the word “government”. this is not a government. Governments provide. Totalitarian regimes oppress. We have a bunch of communists in power who lied to get elected, and now they want to implement their agenda. It’s our job to stop them.

  • Hannah

    Adolf Hitler Quote 1933: “To Conquer A Nation, First Disarm Its Citizens”

  • Seen2013

    “The commission documents crimes against humanity, including [extermination], murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced
    abortions and other sexual violence, persecution on political,
    religious, racial and gender grounds, the forcible transfer of
    populations, the enforced disappearance of persons and the inhumane act
    of knowingly causing prolonged starvation.” (qtd)

    Bare in mind, this is considered legal by North Korea. The common denominators are:
    -No rights, liberties, and freedoms but privileges.
    This especially includes property rights because property is accumulated by works of your very first property. Note, when politicians talk about property rights, they reference houses, money, and other forms of wealth. How precisely do you ‘redistribute your body’? Nullify rights, liberties, and freedoms.
    To drive this point home, this is only the start. When Bismarkianism shifts from stage 3 into stage 4 hard martial law, positions of power may do what they want with you.-Authoritarianism, Bismarkianism is about forming a form of absolute monarch through 3 preparation stages. This is why every issue’s solution entails centralized authority. Meet Cloward-Piven and IMF Riots grandpa in modern variation. The methodology dates farther back than the Romans. Progressive, I rather doubt it.
    -Liberty, limited government, cut from the power-structure, and etc are naturally deemed enemies.
    The list can go on, but I think you get the picture…

    One last thing though somewhat off topic. No, the answer is not just home-schooling. This is a single issue solution, and it does not take into account of the other fronts directed at dissolving rights, liberties, and freedoms. People are not being increasingly treated guilty until proven innocent for nothing. Best to start local and expand from there or otherwise a base of operations holding the ground. The worse case response is that the Bismarkianists who predominantly are psychopaths, sociopaths, rapists, control freaks, and etc respond Waco style, but you’ll have the ground, community, and the local support at the very least.
    Strategy and tactics rarely survive the first engagement; it’s only one such engagement playing to ‘today, bla bla bla, tomorrow the world’. Doesn’t work…

  • Wiley

    My brother’s choir was told by security to stop singing the National Anthem at a memorial in Washington DC. They sang it anyway and drew a crowd of veterans, who started crying and were standing watching with their arms around eachother. Security wasn’t happy about that one…

  • rentslave

    Hit the road!

    • keith colquitt

      wow that’s a very thoughtful and insightful comment. It must have taken you years to formulate it.

  • Rastus

    It all boils down to a persons “world view”. The rub comes when aspiring men with competing world views jockey for dominance while trying to persuade or even force the fickle masses through propaganda and coercion to acquiesce. Boil a persons world view down to its irreducible minimum. There you will find the irreconcilable differences that will never result in the elusive “Utopian society”. The will of man to be free will never be extinguished. There will always be a spirit of liberty and those who will give everything for it.
    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.”…

    “Those who beat their swords into plowshares will plow for those who don’t.” -Thomas Jefferson-

    • keith colquitt

      People want lots of things. Freedom has never been available to most people and it never will be. The handwriting is on the wall; things are going to get worse, not better.

  • otto

    these drills only increase the fear of guns and progess the gun control movement by creating fear and hystaria in our youth. they are being programmed to be passive and allow the state to control and defend them. yet, they have no obligation to do so. the state is becoming godless and corrupt.

  • Burned by gov. schools

    If American schools are so great, why do so many students hate going?