Fearmongering in the guise of public health and safety has become a commonplace lever to institute tyranny in America. We are seeing this play out on a daily basis with government policies toward COVID 19. The government, big pharma, and the mainstream (translated socialist propagandizing tools) media have doctored their statistics and collaborated a fear narrative to control where citizens go, what they wear, even whether they can work in their desired profession—all in the name of protecting citizens from a contagion where statistics indicate there is less than a one percent chance of mortality. But there is even a more sinister movement designed to groom your children to comply with government authority.
In 1961, future president Ronald Reagan said, “One of the traditional methods of imposing statism or socialism on a people has been by way of medicine. It’s very easy to disguise a medical program as a humanitarian project, most people are a little reluctant to oppose anything that suggests medical care for people who possibly can’t afford it.” Reagan reasoned that once a government or a tyrannical power has your medical information, it can dictate your life or diminish you. It stands to reason, then, that Reagan would have said, “I told you so” if he had lived long enough to see the public school trend of instituting their own police forces in the name of public health and safety.
The Department of Education reports that of 82,300 public schools nationwide, 42,100 have a sworn law enforcement officer and nearly half of them carry firearms. One might reason that this is to protect students from shooters or terrorists. But that’s not exactly the case. It’s more centered around enforcing “behavioral health and risk management.” Translated, this means that school children can be arrested or cited, with full authority of the law, for not following school policies on equity, race, LGBTQ+, etc. Kind of a US version of the Chinese social score. Many school districts are now deploying their own police forces. School districts are “normalizing” a police state and it extends beyond the classroom to parents as demonstrated recently in Round Rock, TX. The Round Rock Independent School District has its own police force.
The City Journal magazine reports that in school board meetings, two fathers—minister Jeremy Story and retired Army captain Dustin Clark—spoke against corruption, school officials’ hostility toward parents, and the mask mandate. After dragging Clark out the school, armed school police showed up at Clark’s and Story’s homes two days later, arrested and jailed them on charges of “disorderly conduct with intent to disrupt a meeting.” This tyranny in the name of public health and safety cannot continue. It will ruin our children and our nation. Galatians 5:1 says, “Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage.” Our schools need Christ and our nation needs Christians to boldly stand for free speech and religious rights. Otherwise, we won’t have them and nobody will care.