PoP's Southern Thangs: Patriot's Dilemma


Patriot's Dilemma

Via Billy

Since the execution of Lincoln, a well orchestrated campaign to successfully teach "bad" or inaccurate history has been the agenda of the government controlled public school system. All these generations have been taught, in essence, that "white is black" and they in turn perpetuate the same myths and propaganda they were taught.

Here is a perfect example - the most important dialogue (my opinion) from the movie "Ride with the Devil" that best explains our current situation.

Mr. Evans
: You ever been to Lawrence KS young man?

Jack Bull Chiles: [scoffs] No, I reckon not Mr. Evans. I don't believe I'd be too welcome in Lawrence.

Mr. Evans: I didn't think so. Before this war began, my business took me there often. As I saw those northerners build that town, I witnessed the seeds of our destruction being sown.

Jack Bull Chiles: The foundin' of that town was truly the beginnin' of the Yankee invasion.

Mr. Evans: I'm not speakin' of numbers, nor even abolitionist trouble makin'. It was the schoolhouse. Before they built their church, even, they built that schoolhouse. And they let in every tailor's son... and every farmer's daughter in that country.

Jack Bull Chiles: Spellin' won't help you hold a plow any firmer. Or a gun either.

Mr. Evans: No, it won't Mr. Chiles. But my point is merely that they rounded every pup up into that schoolhouse because they fancied that everyone should think and talk the same free-thinkin' way they do with no regard to station, custom, propriety. And that is why they will win. Because they believe everyone should live and think just like them. And we shall lose because we don't care one way or another how they live. We just worry about ourselves.

Jack Bull Chiles: Are you sayin', sir, that we fight for nothin'?

Mr. Evans: Far from it, Mr. Chiles. You fight for everything that we ever had, as did my son. It's just that... we don't have it anymore.

From Free North Carolina


Blogger Al Benson Jr. said...

The inaccurate history presented in public schools is their main hallmark of "excellence." Let no one ever think the public schools exist to educate--they don't and never have. Indoctrination (brainwashing) is the name of their game. Their "history" books are purposely written to give a skewed version of history so students, first in the South, and then all over the country will not know enough real history to question anything that has gone on in the past 160 years or goes on now. A public school "education" guarantees that if you do have enough sense to ask questions they will be the wrong ones.

December 20, 2011 at 11:08 PM  

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