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Exposing the Mole and A-HOLEs in Public Education

For the past half century, public education has operated like a double-agent enemy mole that hides in plain sight while it sabotages society. When liberals began the pretense of patrolling the wall between church and state in the 1960s, they targeted the free exercise and influence of Christianity and Judaism. Of course, enforcing the First Amendment was merely a diversionary ruse.

Today the Democrat Party ordains the morality, tolerated behaviors, and permissible beliefs that public school students must learn. Yes, the Democrat Party is notorious for cunningly accusing its enemies of the transgressions for which liberals invented.

Under the guise of enforcing the First Amendment, liberals unleashed their clandestine religion. To this day, the mole carries out its mission of imposing a faith diametrically opposed to the ones it replaced.

To deny that the mole is a religion takes the kind of blind faith public schools instill and practice. Based on what we can decrypt from school curriculums, public education teaches students that feelings trump facts, intentions trump consequences, and liberals are never wrong. Certainly, the mole is an enigma purposely obfuscated in secular nonsense. Nevertheless, it takes blind faith to believe that the exotic morality, behavior, and beliefs practiced in public schools are the result of some random cosmic accident that supposedly created our intricately organized world.

Of course, a liberal apologist, heretic, outlaw, lawyer, or evolutionist (a.k.a. an A-HOLE) can point out that public schools do not promote God as proof that public education is nonreligious. However, these A-HOLEs purposely ignore that no law compels a religion to worship a supernatural god or omnipotent sustainer in order to be a bonafide religion. Otherwise, Buddhism would not be the official religion that it is.

Unlike these A-HOLEs, however, Buddhists have nothing to hide. This is why Buddhists call their religion Buddhism, and why A-HOLEs deny that public education is a religion, requiring them to use a code name in order to proselytize.

Through denial and deception, A-HOLEs pull off this otherwise conspicuous operation. By simply refusing to call their religion a religion, their operative circumvents the First Amendment. Meanwhile, A-HOLEs deflect efforts to expose their mole through secular double-talk. This misdirection buys the mole time to adapt to potential threats.

In fact, one of the mole’s clever tactics to avoid detection is to use the school system to help change society’s understanding of the meaning of words.  A few recent examples include words like marriageIslamicgender, and murder.

Since the beginning of time, marriage was tied to man and woman, who together created a family. Today, the average public school student believes this tradition is intolerant and unenlightened. Changing children’s understanding of marriage to encompass homosexuals and soon polyamorists is what A-HOLEs do.

Moreover, when some A-HOLE doesn’t like Islamic people beheading idolators hostile to Islamists (per the Koran), a typical A-HOLE feels entitled to redefine Islamic for the rest of the world. On the other hand, A-HOLEs bless a serial murderer who is a transexual to be whatever sex she wants to be. And speaking of murderers, A-HOLEs condemn Islamists who chop off infidels’ heads. However, the same A-HOLEs rally around mothers who have their unborn babies butchered and chemically fried. According to A-HOLEs, all cultures are equal, but some cultures are more equal than others.

Regrettably, 90 percent of America’s children attend public schools where they are indoctrinated in these religious vocabulary lessons that emphasize the left’s exotic morality. Twelve years of their lives are filled with the mole drumming the left’s clandestine faith in to their minds. Aside from the compulsory attendance laws and the $600 billion of strong-armed tithing enforced by the IRS, public schools are essentially indistinguishable from other religious schools.

Unfortunately, most parents have no choice other than to subject their children to the government’s religious indoctrination. As a matter of fact, low-income parents could probably free their children from religious cults far more easily than they can free their kids from traditional public schools. The Democrat Party insists on blessing inner-city children by holding them hostage in pathetic and dangerous schools that foster government worship.

Today, the religion resonates like never before among the graduating flock, as well as the lost lambs (dropouts). More Americans than ever now receive welfare. In fact, welfare recipients outnumber the Americans who work full time. To the left, nearly 110 million Americans on welfare is like mana from heaven; that number is truly miraculous. And with this increasing number of converts being delivered to the Democrat Party, is there really any questions why these A-HOLEs religiously oppose school choice?

According to the left, schools outside their control cannot be trusted. They counter criticism of dismal academic performance through their dogmatic belief that traditional schools need more money to improve. However, a Stanford University study uncovered that public charter schools (which are independent public schools outside liberals’ control) match and even surpass the academic results achieved by traditional schools. More impressively, charter schools on average receive about $4000 less per student than traditional schools.

Instead of an interest in charter schools’ ability to do more with less, A-HOLEs resort to the old Democrat Party tactic — accusing their enemy of crimes liberals commit. With charter schools, liberals find (if these were traditional schools) what the left would describe as isolated incidents of poorly managed charters. Liberals then obscure the issue by not comparing these incidents with scandals at traditional schools that liberals bury. Ultimately, demonizing bad charter schools deflects attention from liberals’ lack of a rational explanation for how charter schools achieve more with less.

Despite the evident government worship and subsequent immorality that has infiltrated public schools, many Americans indoctrinated in this system simply refuse to believe that it is happening. Then again, these are the same people who choose to ignore that public school teachers are twice as likely as other parents to send their own kids to private schools.

Perhaps this year, the A-HOLEs’ mole can redefine hypocrisy to clarify why liberals never have to tolerate other people’s choices that are not ordained by traditional public schools.

Lee Culpepper

About the author, Lee Culpepper:

Lee Culpepper is a former United States Marine Corps officer and a recovering high school English teacher. Culpepper has taught and mentored youths from nearly every walk of life across America. During his final endeavor in public education, Culpepper invested in the lives of teens in a small southern town with the dubious honor of being one of America’s poorest and most dangerous cities. During this experience, Culpepper planted a flag for the American message concerning work ethic, sacrifice, personal accountability, and perseverance among exploited youths indoctrinated in government dependency. Lee Culpepper’s continued commitment to the lives of these young people has left them questioning the liberal canards concerning government benevolence.

Lee Culpepper grew up in McLean, Virginia, with a temporary move just outside Akron, Ohio. After returning to McLean, Culpepper rejoices today that he escaped Northern Virginia’s liberal bastion unaffected by progressive propaganda that now contaminates so many of his high school and childhood friends. Follow Lee Culpepper on Twitter @drcoolpepper or email him at drcoolpepper@gmail.com.

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