Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Socialized School Lunch Program

Socialized School Lunch Program
Is the purpose of the school lunch program to make parents dependent on the government to feed their children, or are they putting something funny in the food???  

By de Andréa
October 22, 2013

How many of you remember carrying your lunches from home when you went to school?  I lived on brown bag lunches through most of my school years including high school, college and throughout a lot of my working life.  If I wanted to eat, I got up, fixed my lunch and carried it with me, as did millions of other people. 

However, thanks to the dictatorial socialist policies of Frau Michele Obama, the days of brown bag lunches are quickly vanishing.  Mandatory Social government dependency has entered the child Indoctrination system.

First I received an email with a link to the site of a deaf mom identified only as Linda.  She posted:  Her son “Zion’s teacher sent a note home asking me to send lunches to school because Zion would eat anything at the school.”  Linda gladly complied and started sending lunches to school with Zion that he would eat.

Then Linda received another note from the school informing her not to send any lunches from home unless she had a doctor’s note stating that it was necessary.  Confused about the turn of events, she tried to call the health coordinator as the note stated, but could not get an answer or a response.  Knowing that Zion would not eat the school provided lunch, she continued to pack a lunch and send it to school with her son.

Again, a note was sent home from the school with a handwritten message at the top from Zion’s teacher.  The message stated: “Please do not send a lunch to school unless a doctor’s note is sent with it in connection with this letter.”

When I read this private website post, I wasn’t sure if it was real or not. So I went searching on the internet for any other references to schools banning brown bag lunches from home and I found another occurrence.

This time it took place in Chicago at Little Village Academy, a public school on the West Side.  Principal Elsa Carmona has banned students from bringing lunches from home.  She explained saying:  “Nutrition wise, it is better for the children to eat at the school.  It’s about the nutrition and the excellent quality food that they are able to serve (in the lunchroom). It’s milk versus a Coke. But with allergies and any medical issue, of course, we would make an exception.”

When a reporter showed up at the school to investigate the policy 7th grader Fernando Dominquez stood up in the lunchroom and loudly asked his fellow classmates:

“Who thinks the lunch is not good?”

Numerous students raised their hands and began loudly chanting:

“We should bring our own lunch! We should bring our own lunch! We should bring our own lunch!”

Fernando turned to the reporter and said:

“Do you see the situation?”

The school district says that the decision to ban lunches from home is up the individual principals and that they generally make their decision for the nutritional benefits of their students.  But what they aren’t saying publicly is that by banning homemade lunches, it forces more students to take the school cafeteria lunches which means more money for the company that provides those lunches.  But is that the only reason?

Although more students at Little Village Academy are taking school lunches, many of them are throwing all or most of the lunch into the garbage.  Erica Martinez, a parent of a student at the school said:
“Some of the kids don’t like the food they serve at school for lunch or breakfast.  So it would be a good idea if they could bring their lunch so they could at least eat something.”

The school may think they are providing a more nutritional lunch, but what good does it do if the students don’t eat it and throw most of it way?  The end result is that more students are going hungry through the rest of the school day than they were before school lunches.

THE BOTTOM LINE: The only obvious thing being accomplished here is that Frau Michele Obama’s school lunch program is forcing more socialistic control over school children and their parents.  Schools are taking the rights of the parents to feed and provide for their children away from them and giving more rights to the schools.  Schools are controlling what the kids can and cannot eat often against parental wishes.  In addition the schools are monitoring the activities of students outside of school and punishing them for things that the school has no authority over… and then the courts are supporting the schools.  Funny I thought that only the legislature could make laws.  I guess that was before the oppressive dictatorship.

At the rate things are going, I expect more radical socialistic changes in the public schools under the Obama administration.  If too many parents protest, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the parents lose custody of their children like what has been happening in Germany with parents who want to homeschool.  It’s obvious that our current liberal communist leaders care nothing about constitutional rights, values or morals.  The family institution is a hindrance to them and taking more control of our children is one of their main ways to destroy the family and it starts with seemingly little things like a brown paper bag.

And then instead of just being concerned that the child gets enough to eat, there is the little burning issue of just why is the government so concerned that children eat the food provided by the school rather than from home.

Are they putting something funny in the food…?

President James Madison once said: “Democracy was the right of the people to choose their own tyrant.”

If you agree, please share these posts with your friends, family and co-workers.  The only way to defeat the lies and propaganda of an evil government and its controlled media, is to spread the truth. 

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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