Sunday, September 01, 2013

Allison Benedikt…‘Arnold’

Allison Benedikt…‘Arnold
Are Allison Benedikt and self proclaimed progressives like her, traitors to the Free American Republic?  Read this and you’ decide…

By de Andréa
September 1, 2013  

Allison Benedikt has caused quite a stir in her recent blog article from Slate’s blog site entitled If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person.

As a follow-up to my last article titled “Child In The Offing”, Clearly, this article of Allison Benedikt personifies the suggestion that one way or the other this will be a tyrannical State.  The Benedikt’s article is obviously intentionally provocative, written for little more than to incite anger and generate traffic for her hard left Nazi website.  Her accusations that parents who withhold their children from public school are morally inferior, while obscenely illogical, certainly provides a window into the typical worldview of the so-called progressive mind riddled with the Marxist philosophy of “children belong to the State, and should be sacrificed for the greater good”.

Benedikt begins her self-titled Manifesto with these words: “You are a bad person if you send your children to private school.  Not bad like murderer bad—but bad like ruining-one-of-our-nation’s-most-essential-institutions-in-order-to-get-what’s-best-for-your-kid’ bad.  So, pretty bad.”  Wow!!!  What does that make a homeschooling mom of seven…evil incarnate I guess?  Benedikt continues: “I am not an education policy wonk: I’m just judgmental.  But it seems to me that if every single parent sent every single child to public school, public schools would improve.  This would not happen immediately.  It could take generations.  Your children and grandchildren might get mediocre educations in the meantime, but it will be worth it, for the eventual common good.”  Ah…there’s that communazi  “common good” ‘meme’.  I can tell Ms. Benedikt is channeling a little MSNBC Melissa Harris Perry, who earlier this year admonished parents for their failure to “recognize that kids belong to whole communities.”  It takes a village of course…  And don’t you just love how the “I’m just judgmental” rolls right off her preprogrammed indoctrinated tongue…typical version of the leftist tolerance. 

While Benedikt may have been trying – with not-so-great subtlety – to be deliberately inflammatory, it is worth noting that her column has gained a lot of traction …and sadly a lot of support among the robotically programmed sheepel people.  And it is why I have a few questions for Ms. Benedikt and her Communazi supporters:

1) Why do you think that it’s mine or any other parent’s duty to elevate a so-called “essential institution” that no longer meets the needs of a Free Republic – and oh, the endearing way you describe the public school system – above America’s children’s individual needs?  Think long and hard before you answer…….  Now, I’ understand that we are living in the age of Obamacare, where death panels reign supreme and children with special needs are expendable, all for the sake of the so-called “common good of the community” of course.  But I can’t help but notice that your liberal Islamo-Communazi Icon in the White House sends his’ children to a, shhhh…a private school.  Oops!  Can it be?  Do I smell a little Marx/Hitler hypocrisy here? 

2) And then what about choice?  Come on, Ms. Benedikt.  As a so-called progressive, we all know how much you ‘LOOOOVE choice, especially when it comes to the choice to kill children before they even have a chance to take their first breath of freedom in America.  All across this country, states are engaging in school voucher programs opening doors for those children in the “nearby housing complex” from those “crappy schools,” as you so affectionately refer to them, to receive an individualized education.  Don’t you just love the choice these families are given?  Or perhaps you fall on the side of Attorney General Eric Holder who has recently brought a law suit against the state of Louisiana to halt their proven school voucher program?  This might be a good time to point out that Eric Holder also sends his’ children to private school…bad, bad, bad Eric Holder, he is even a traitor to his traitorous cause.  Nazi elitist hypocrite anyone?

3) Finally, you point out that because we as parents don’t want to participate in the public school system that we are by virtue against public schools.  Or as you write in your article our property tax investment and lip-service just don’t measure up to “real flesh-and-blood offspring investment.”  Thank you Allison, for providing this teachable moment of yours to help demonstrate the stark difference between an indoctrinated-progressive and a free-thinking conservative.  While I might choose to keep my children from hearkening the doors of our local brainwashing institution such as the one you obviously attended, I would never for one second judge you because you don’t.  In fact, I wouldn’t even presume to know what’s best for your’ family.  You on the other hand – as an obvious dyed-in-the-wool Statist/Marxist – presume to know what’s best for all the rest of us and our children. 

Clearly Ms. Benedikt, you have never set foot into a run-down inner city school.  Let me artistically paint an educated picture for you.  They are infested with violence, overrun with drugs, and riddled with gangs, and are cesspools of perversion, especially in California where the law now says that boys and girls must share bathrooms locker rooms and showers promoting sex orgies and homosexuallity.  You affectionately refer to them as “crappy schools”???  But many parents refer to them as “perverted war zones”.  For some of these students, just surviving their walk to school in the morning let alone the entire school day is a daily strategic feat of survival.  Yet you Ms. Benedikt try to shame parents into sending their children to these so-called GUN FREE KILL ZONES on no other basis than it “benefits the common good”???  What a shallow and narrow perverted view of a proper societal structure you have.

Ms. Benedikt sums up her argument with these words: “I know nothing about poetry, very little about art, and please don’t quiz me on the dates of the Civil War.  I’m not proud of my ignorance.  But guess what the horrible result is?  I’m doing fine….  I guess it depends on what ones definition of “doing fine” is Allison.  

THE BOTTOM LINE: Ironically, in pointing out the short comings of her education or lack thereof, Ms. Benedikt makes a very strong case for parents to keep their children at home or in private school.  She knows nothing of classic literature…is ignorant on the dates of the Civil War…and has no art appreciation.  Yay yall! Sign my kids up for that program right away! 

I’m sorry Ms. Benedikt that the unwillingness of people like me to compromise my children’s education and welfare for the sake of your so-called “common good” makes me a bad person.  But know this’ my communazi friend, that my child is’ your age Allison, and he excels in the ability to write persuasively, think logically, knows that artist Pierre Augustine Renoir was a French characteristic Impressionist painter, and can even chat it up a bit about O Captain My Captain (that’s Walt Whitman, in case you were wondering).  He was not obviously sacrificed for the common good, as you and your children will be. 

The problem with the Mine Kampf philosophy Allison, is that if you sacrifice every ones children for the “common good”, as you are so willing to do, there will soon be no good at all, common or otherwise…

If you agree, please share these posts with your friends, family, and co-workers.  The only way to defeat the apathy and propaganda of the twisted minds of robotic programming is to expose it for what it is, and spread the truth my friend. 

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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