July 27, 2011

Kim Simac, Glenn Beck, and the Hitler Youth

The scary comparisons of the indoctrination tactics of our youth today and those of the Hitler Regime of past.

Posted by Kim Simac on October 6, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. in Faith in the Public Square

I am done raising my kids but if I was a young parent today I would take my kids out of the public school today. At what point will we stop talking about the comparisons to what is occurring today and what actually happened by the regime of the Nazi's in the past? Taking God out of the schools has been objective #1 for decades now. Of note will be that one of the first decisions of the Supreme Court decided on was to NOT hear a case of the right of a school to sing "Silent Night: during the holidays. Already decided at a lower court to be omitted from further concerts at the public schools of the said district, our newest slate of almighty rulers of our law have decided to agree and keep our children from singing the most beautiful words that give a glimpse of that beautiful night that our Saviour was born. Which I will remind us all is a Federal Holiday (though I suppose that will be on the slate for ax next). Take the commercial that Glenn Beck showed from British Progressives that explains to little children that if they do not listen to their teachers recommendations on subjects such as carbon emissions, they could have their heads blown off. Add to that Kindergarten Sex Ed classes and I really wonder how it is American parents smile and kiss their children good bye every morning and in good conscience hand their most precious resource over to the hands of such questionable people. Now I know there are wonderful, lovely teachers, but it would be encouraging if at least a few of them would speak up at this point.

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Kim Simac is an actual WISGOP candidate for the Wisconsin Senate.

Glenn Beck is a well known kook and former Fox News personality who compared the victims of Anders Breivik to the Hitler Youth.

Even the conservative Daily Telegraph took notice of Beck's remarks.

Will some Wisconsin reporter take notice of Simac's?

eta: Stuff Simac Says

4 comments:

gnarlytrombone said...

they could have their heads blown off

Keep that woman away from British comedy night on PBS.

John Foust said...

Says Joy, "Republican State Senate candidate Kim Simac declined our invitation to participate in a candidate forum on Friday...."

illusory tenant said...

A Leader Who Won't Run Away.

Anonymous said...

The only thing about American schools that seemed (very slightly) nazi to me was the way everyone had to pledge allegiance to the flag every day. Oh, and compulsory physical education.

Never understood why the pledge had to be given so often - either you mean what you say or you don't.