Last Friday, many schools held 9/11 memorials because 9/11 was on a Sunday this year. But can it be taken too far? How young is too young to discuss this sort of thing? Can teachers go too far with it?
I'm going to relate to you all a story one of my clients told me last Friday. First, I must point out that I only heard her side of the story, not the school's. As someone once said, "Truth is a three edged sword." That means there is your side, the other side, and the REAL truth.
Anyway, this client of mine takes care of her two granddaughters during the day because the mother has to work, and the father (her son) is in Afghanistan. Friday morning, the old lady gets a call from her granddaughter's pre-school, asking her to come pick the child up early. It seems her teacher was discussing 9/11 with her class of four and five-year olds. Her granddaughter, along with two other children became hysterical at one point and would not stop crying and had to be taken home. My client's four-year-old granddaughter was screaming for her father.
Even when the lady got the child home, she wouldn't stop crying. The lady decided to call her son in Afghanistan because the child was convinced that her daddy was dead. As soon as the child heard her father's voice, she stopped crying and settled down.
Can you imagine how the poor father felt stuck thousands of miles away in some hell-hole trying to calm his daughter by phone? Honestly, I can't, but it must have been hard on him.
Now, as I said earlier, I have no idea what the teacher said to her class, but it must have been pretty graphic to upset the children like that. I was told the entire class was visibly upset, even though only three became hysterical.
My point is, aren't they a little young for the hard, brutal facts of life? My God, let's allow our children some period of innocence! Okay, we can explain to them what 9/11 is all about, but we don't have to go into all the gory details. I mean, these are pre-schoolers. They're practically babies for Chrissake!
It seems to me that what we have here is a system attempt to start indoctrinating our children into supporting ZOG's useless wars, and making them paranoid about terrorism at the earliest age possible. And people have the gall to accuse National Socialists of brainwashing children.
I say let's give our children time to BE children. There's plenty of time to teach them about the many dangers in the world in a few years, when they are emotionally old enough to handle it. But to do that to pre-schoolers?! COME ON! In my opinion, this was a case of child abuse, plain and simple.