I have long said that the ‘teachers’ and the ‘officials’ involved in the education system are criminals who should be rounded up and tried under Nuremberg-style laws.
These people are enemy combatants and agents of the state whose sole mission in this life is to corrupt the youth under the guise of ‘education.’
In reality, what they engage in is brainwashing and indoctrination for the state, globalists, and multi-national global corporations. Government schools produce government children.
Countless stories illustrate this point, but this one epitomizes the wickedness of the government indoctrination system we call public schools.
Karen Smith, the newly installed head of the Central Bucks School District in Pennsylvania, recently swore her oath on a stack of sexually explicit books meant for the school children and a copy of Night by Elie Wiesel.
Now, I will be the first to tell you that no book should ever be banned. Freedom of Speech and freedom of commerce are paramount.
If someone wants to write and sell these ridiculous books via retailers, that is their right, and it is my right to criticize the hell out of them for doing so in all the glory print allows. These books should not be in school libraries.
What isn’t a right is filling the minds of children with absolute nonsense instead of actually educating them about real-world topics such as investment, finance, digital skills, reading, writing, basic arithmetic, etc—things that actually matter.
You know what doesn’t matter?
Algebra, exotic sciences, and virtually everything they teach in public schools. Subjects that virtually no one will use except for the 5% of society that goes into fields requiring deep mathematical or scientific knowledge.
This was before and aside from the fact that the schools are now engaging in open wickedness. Constantly teaching children topics they have no business teaching them about—like sexuality or their gender.
Aside from dumbing down and conditioning the youth—crimes that I believe are already capital offenses that should be punished by death, the folks in ‘education’ now want to corrupt the bodies and souls of the youth as well.
These are the people teaching YOUR kids unless you do the only sensible thing and homeschool your children.
This is where we are as a country, as a people. This madness has to stop.
Karen Smith of the Central Bucks School District placed her hand on 'Flamer' which depicts naked teenage boys, to be sworn into office. https://t.co/fHIU2g1VeU
— The Conservative M. D. 🗨️ (@WarriorsForAll) December 6, 2023
School board President Karen Smith of @CBSDSchools chose to swear her oath on a stack of “banned books.” Some books include pornographic content including promoting p*rn, ped*philia and graphic depictions of sexual acts.
These are the people in charge of your kid’s education. pic.twitter.com/qyjvfBgy92
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) December 6, 2023
Fox News provided more details:
One of the books Smith placed her hand on is “Flamer,” written by award-winning author and artist Mike Curato.
Released in 2020, Curato’s work is a semi-autobiographical graphic novel set in 1995.
It tells the story of a character who is bullied at a Boy Scouts summer camp for “acting in a manner considered stereotypical of gay men.”
The graphic novel includes characters discussing pornography, erections, masturbation, penis size, and an illustration that depicts naked teenage boys.
One individual had this to say: “Central Bucks (PA) Board President, Karen Smith, swearing in on a stack of LGBTQ, blah, blah books instead of a Bible. Still gonna deny that our education system is in the hands of Satan?”
Central Bucks (PA) Board President, Karen Smith, swearing in on a stack of LGBTQ, blah, blah books instead of a Bible. Still gonna deny that our education system is in the hands of Satan? pic.twitter.com/1AbxERUvLu
— dei gratia (@JackoEdward) December 8, 2023
🚨BREAKING NEWS: Karen Smith should be voted "KAREN" of the year for this insidious deed! pic.twitter.com/dJZOxzwxbo
— John K. Amanchukwu Sr. (@REVWUTRUTH) December 6, 2023
Phillyburbs, a local Pennsylvania outlet, had more:
Toni Morrison’s debut novel “The Bluest Eye” was second on Smith’s swearing-in materials, a literary classic set during the Great Depression and follows main character 9-year-old Pecola Breedlove, who was sexually abused by her father.
Like a few other books in Smith’s pile, Morrison’s book was among the first targeted by a group called Woke PA, formerly Woke At Bucks County, late in 2021.