It’s extremely common for homeschoolers to be inundated with public school myths by people who disagree with their way of life. While they are often well-intentioned, the problem is that most of these myths are simply accepted because they have been repeated for so long. When you actually think about them and do a little research, it becomes plainly clear that they just aren’t true.
It’s time to tackle a few.
This is a video from the Patreon archives that was recorded on June 30, 2020. This was right around the time that all of the videos were coming out to “prepare” children for what school would be like. We were also being inundated with “slogans” (neurolinguistic programming) that were supposed to give a feel-good message but were in reality very Twilight Zone-ish.
This video is a step-by-step walk-through of how compulsory schooling has been engineering our children. This year has been a new phase.
I wish I could say that I’m glad that 2020 is over, but who knows what 2021 will bring?
Have you ever noticed that when it comes to questioning the narrative, the more degrees a person has, the harder time they have in letting go of preconceived ideas? After seeing someone ask this question on Twitter, it got me thinking… why IS that the case?
You know me. I’ve got a few ideas. 😉
I’m calling a state of emergency in our government education system. Yes, I know it was never designed to educate. Yes, I know it’s always been about social engineering. Lots of people know this, and here’s the rub – even though a majority of parents know the damage the school system is doing to their children and to our country, they continue to send their kids there.
It’s time for parents to stop complaining about the bias in their kids’ assignments in school, and DO something about it. Complaining will get you nowhere. Action will.
I am of the opinion that a lot of parents are deceived about the performance and the intentions of our public school system, specifically the schools their own children are attending. I’ve been thinking about some experiences my own kids had during their time in #school that solidify the fact that schools are only interested in mediocrity, not #education.
Are giants real, or are they myths? Because of their presence in fairy tales, they’re often written off as mere legends.
But what about the biblical accounts of them? Shouldn’t we believe what the Bible tells us?
Today’s video begins what I believe may be a 3-part series on the abundance of evidence behind the nephilim, better known as giants.
I’ve had enough of the attention seeking and paranoia being displayed by some teachers who have to go back to work. Once they bring children into it, the gloves come off.
From writing their own obituaries and sending them to the governor to making memes referring to their students as Covid, this has to stop.
I was about due for another rant. 路♀️
We knew it was coming. Ever since the schools shut down, we homeschoolers have been waiting for the socialization, or social skills, worries to come into play. Although it’s quite interesting to see the tables turned and to see school children being accused of “losing their social skills,” it’s no less irritating. Enough is enough. It’s time to realize that school is bad for social skills.
Have you ever heard of fake, or imitation, ruins? I never did before a couple weeks ago when I was trying to research the stone structure in a park we like to visit. Boy, is my mind blown. Just when you think you’ve heard it all…
Lately I’ve been posting a lot about the importance of questioning everything, and I mean EVERYTHING. The fact is, there are even topics that make those who are awake uncomfortable.
That’s what this video is about. We’ve got to overcome the idea that some things are taboo to question. Some of the things I talk about in this video will likely make people uncomfortable, but that’s the point. You will never prevail over your conditioning if you never face it.