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“Special Needs” Boy Suspended For Subversive Activities: He Was None Compliant With The Liberal Agenda

drawingDrawing a picture of a cartoon-like bomb on a piece of notebook paper and showing it to other kids was reportedly enough to get a special needs student in South Carolina suspended.

Amy Parham said her son Rhett was suspended from Hillcrest Middle School, even though she says administrators conceded the drawing was non-violent in nature and posed no threat to students.  “They actually reiterated to me they knew he was non-violent,” Parham told WHNS-TV. “They knew he was not actually having a bomb, creating or making a bomb.” here

It might sound silly. In fact, it is silly. And it is also the typical reaction we’ve come to expect from the “enlightened”, open-minded, non-rational Liberal. . . and it’s insanity.

But there is one thing these sort of actions will ensure over time:  compliance.   Compliance to the status quo of the Liberal Indoctrination.  No ‘unacceptable’ drawing, no ‘unacceptable’ speech, no ‘unacceptable’ thought outside what’s consider “tolerant” by Liberals.  Make children obedient followers.

This is the same tactic used by Hitler and Stalin, with much success.  Silence, shame, punish all activity and speech, which isn’t Approved by the all authoritarian Liberal of the day. This will spread throughout the population, especially as these little tikes grown up . . . indoctrinate, indoctrinate, indoctrinate — leads to control of the majority of the uninformed masses.

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