The Story of Two Buses
By Gary North
December 14, 2015
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That’s how it works.
Both systems use buses to take the students to school. But the colors are different.
In prison, prisoners sell illegal drugs. Students do the same in school. In prison the food is terrible. It’s not very good in school – possibly prepared by the same food service company. In prison, there are constant inspections. Guards keep taking roll to make sure everyone is present and accounted for. Teachers do the same in school. In prison, you aren’t allowed to leave without permission. The same is true in school. In prison, bullies run the show. In school, they do, too. But there is a difference. Prison buses are white. School buses are yellow.
This is too extreme. The systems are different. Criminals are convicted in a court of law before they are sent to jail. Students, in contrast, are innocent. Some prisoners can get parole. The average term in prison for murder is under ten years. Students are put into the school system for twelve years. There is no parole.
Be thankful if you are not in one of those buses, either white or yellow.
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This reminds me of “I, pencil”.
Read the entire story and put yourself in the place of the child being forced to the Gooferment reeducation / propaganda camp!
When the evil Commies did it, that was BAD. When “our” Gooferment does it, that’s different.
Remember the purpose of Gooferment Skrules: cannon fodder for the Army, willing morons for the factories, and useful idiots to vote for and be led by the elite! Where do the Presidents send their children? Certainly NOT to Gooferment Skrules!
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