Its Me

In an attempt to fathom the epidemic of execution-style school shootings and murders, the President is assembling a panel of experts. Unfortunately, he is oblivious to the fact that the preponderance of those experts are covertly part of the very problem he is trying to solve. A dozen people picked at random on the street are likely to offer more sensible views on moral and political matters than a cross-section of intellectuals.

Forgive the directness. Socialist-style indoctrination at the university level succeeded in graduating two generations of teachers, doctors, psychiatrists, and even lawyers, programmed to turn the Constitution on its head. Armies of "experts" continue demoralizing and drugging children into educational submission, all nice and legal. Well-meaning or not, realize it or not, such expert answers cannot help but cause bigger problems destined to be "solved" by their own kind.

The compulsion of programmed “experts” is not much different from well-meaning parents who struggle with problems in their children that they themselves have unwittingly caused. In desperation, parents (also products of the school system) hand over their angry, learning-impaired children to psychologists who use hypnotic drugs like Ritalin and Prozac to modify their behavior. The strategy is to create a docile populace, a brave new world of people who cannot think for themselves, guided solely by a political system of experts who are themselves victims creating victims.

We dare not consult these people; they simply don't know, and they don't know that they don't know, because the Stockholm syndrome behind their education kicks in, making them defend their corrupters. They have also become addicted to the ease with which they have power over others.

Government mental health and social services are in shambles by intent. This is a will to power by way of stealth and seduction and they do it all with a straight face as though they love you. The seething boiling rage of millions of violated schoolchildren is beginning to come home to roost. The stage is set for planned chaos and the rise of draconian-authoritarian order.

Angry, rebellious, devastated kids are coming back to school obsessed with revenge. America's prisons are overflowing, not so much with criminals, but rather, with broken kids from broken homes, from broken school systems, run by broken sexperts. The necessary police presence in schools has the effect of programming children to accept a future police state.

When a sufficient number of socially engineered university graduates are ensconced in power, the net closes, off comes the mask, revealing a science-fiction police state of prescription-debilitated psychotic citizens. The hour is late, and the mainstream propaganda machine holds a dangerous grip on our hearts and minds.

Where are the teachers willing to speak out and risk their pensions, or the parents and students who have realized the truth? Our soldiers die over in Iraq so you do not have to die here; all you risk is media censure and defamation. Experts are not the solution, they are the problem, and every rebellious kid knows it.

The natural God-given brightness of a little child threatens the system of rigid robotic teachers. If your otherwise intelligent child (they all are to begin with) cannot learn at school, know the reason why. When a socialistic outcome-based teacher detects a "troublemaker," they confuse and ridicule him or her into docile conformity to become like the other broken ones.

When knowledge leads to understanding, a true American individual is born. The role of the educator decreases because the light of understanding takes the student the rest of the way through life, displacing the dependency upon authority. Understanding is knowledge made alive, freeing the mind from chains of dry useless facts. Understanding leads to a life of endless discovery…filled with hope.

Have compassion for drug-addicted dyslexic rebels, for they once saw clearly. Forgive our confused teachers, two generations of dumbed-down parents, and Prozac-toting nurses, for they know not what they do. They do now to innocent children what past generations allowed to happen to them. It is time to wake up and stop the programmed madness.

Impatient authorities are compulsive violators of children's souls. They do to other children what was done to them—even their own. Suffering comes down to us through the generations. The villainy of the violator’s past projects into the victim’s future…into children who can only respond with the same enslaving "choices" of rebelling and conforming.

Resentment traps us into a bleak and depressing existence that nothing can cure except this truth that will set you free—repent and no longer resent. Knowing what cruel impatience has done to you, and lest you pass it on to the next generation, you must drop your frustrations toward your own broken teachers and parents.

Patient endurance heals the past, prevents the same future, protects the innocent, validates, and raises up the good in the broken. Such a love may yet save America.

Let every American with common sense stand up and cry “Enough!” Then will children's hearts return to their fathers and our children will rejoice.

its me

thanks for plagarizing this from Roy Masters.

next time, cite what you steal

In the title I wrote "article" which gives the reader the assumption that its from someone else. no where did i state that I wrote it. and knowing enough about the internet, I'm not stupid enough that i would not know someone could easily find the source


Industrial Slob
In the title I wrote "article" which gives the reader the assumption that its from someone else. no where did i state that I wrote it. and knowing enough about the internet, I'm not stupid enough that i would not know someone could easily find the source
you still didn't properly cite the author and the source. this is plagerism. writing "article" on top doesn't imdenify you from plagerism. titling a thread as "article" doesn't describe who wrote it and who published these ideas. you convey these ideas (deliberate or not) as your own because you didn't cite the author and only your 'username' was the only name associated with the "article".


I think the opinion of the original author is the real issue.
What he says is that we have to be god like and forgive and
speak out to corruption.JFK thought similarly.Look where it got him.
Hitler thought intellectuals should be exterminated.Look where it got him.The author himself seems to be well trained in the art of opinion.
After reading it I couldn`t help asking,so what are you trying to say?

And hoser,(Vancouver?)what are you doing at ups?
You picked right up on the plagarizing of "Roy Masters"

You Are a fellow Canadian that seems to know a lot about American politics.I on the other hand am quite green about the workings of the
US government.From what I`ve seen President Bush is a few fries short of a happy meal.Maybe they should elect Roy Masters.
But what do I know.