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Taking Back America By Taking Back Our Schools

To all Arizona citizens,


I am sending this to you today in order to start a debate for a state
constitutional ammendment that would protect school children from the public
school system. Our children are not lab rats and should not be treated as
such in the quest for a better society through experimental social
engineering. This is a VERY rough draft and is given here as a starting
point for the discussion. I move that before 2010 has passed we enact
legislation in the spirit of the following text.


The Arizona Education Freedom Act

The NEA, the UN, Planned Parenthood and the DOE are conspiring to contribute to the delinquency of children. It is for this reason that responsible adults must take action to protect our children and our society from the harmful effects of promoting anti-social and immoral behavior under the guise of “tolerance”, “multiculturalism”, “diversity” and “sex education”. Children go to school to learn their ABC’s. That does not include Anarchy, Blasphemy and Corruption. For this reason we need a state constitutional amendment that makes the following acts a class 1 felony:

  1. Distributing Satanist texts or encouraging children to read texts dedicated to Satan including Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”
  2. Encouraging or distributing literature devoted to Pantheism, Earth worship, Witchcraft or Paganism
  3. Encouraging immoral behavior under the guise of “sex education”
  4. Verbally and psychologically molesting children under the guise of sex education
  5. Using school property, including school buses, in political protests of any kind.
  6. Allowing persons to recruit school children for political protests
  7. Transporting children to political protests especially when school buses are used and/or during school hours
  8. Requiring school children to participate in indoctrination programs which are contrary to State and National Sovereignty under the guise of “diversity”, “tolerance” or “global citizenship” or any other pretext
  9. Segregating children by race and culture in the name of “multiculturalism” and “diversity”. This act can only be called racism and is a throwback to the “Jim Crow” “Separate but Equal” approach to segregated education
  10. Contributing to the delinquency of a minor by a public school educator
  11. Transporting a child to an abortion clinic without the parents knowledge or consent
  12. Administering mind altering drugs to control children’s behavior. This includes ADHD
  13. Using aggressive tactics in order to brainwash children
  14. Using the public school classroom to encourage children to turn away from the worship of God for any reason. (NOTE: Religion based on Biblical teaching is an indispensable support for society. Removing it from society will bring about the eventually collapse of society as lawlessness, immorality and corruption spiral out of control.)

It is recommended that school prayer and Bible study be reintroduced into the public schools the way our founding fathers had intended. The purpose of this is to promote socially responsible, promote good citizenship and build a strong society based on time tested Christian principles. Anyone who does not recognize the value of this does not value Liberty, the rule of law or even the great country in which they live.

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Comment by Kathy E. Bessler on April 2, 2010 at 10:12pm
I love this Harry.! You Have been busy! What would be a next step? I hope to see alot of discussion on this.
KaTHY
Comment by Kathy E. Bessler on April 18, 2010 at 5:26pm
I wonder what John Huppenthal's response would be to this proposed ammendment. How about sending it to him? Also Margaret Dugan. (if she gets on the ballot) Also, do you know how to go about or who to approach to go further with this idea?

Kathy
Comment by Harry Mathews on April 18, 2010 at 7:54pm
We need to look to our legislators to help with the final wording once we have something solid. I don't even hope that all of these points would be included in such an ammendment but i can't think of any reason why we shouldn't persue an ammendment in the spirit of this text. Let us encourage debate on this subject with like minded people. I don't pretend to have all of the answers but my common sense tells me something must be done and soon.
Comment by Merrianne Geisdorf on April 30, 2010 at 6:53pm
I DO like this! Good job, Harry. Thank you for all you do!

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