A second-grader was suspended from his elementary school following a game he’d been playing at recess called “Rescue The World” which involved him throwing a pretend grenade. Young Alex Evans’ imaginary exploits were somehow against school rules though (no imagination permitted assumedly) and he was subsequently removed from class by dangerous school jobsworths.
His mother commented that she thinks the rules are impractical, saying “Honestly I don’t think the rule is very realistic for kids of this age” and Alex himself is just as dumbfounded at the absurd actions taken against him as his mum, telling Fox31, “I was trying to save people and I just can’t believe I got dispended.”
This utter insanity comes shortly after a kindergartener was suspended for talking about her pink, hello kitty bubble gun with a friend, and another young girl for taking a gun shaped piece of paper into school and it yet again illustrates the complete irrationality and idiocy pervading the minds of those running the school system following disgusting orchestrated massacres like Sandy Hook.
These repeated senseless school suspensions of children who were doing nothing but be children are about a number of things. Firstly, they’re about the current agenda of gun control. If the younger generations can be scared away from and be punished for associating with anything remotely gun related, then there’s a far better chance of having a fully disarmed populace in the near future, which of course is exactly what those in control want.
Secondly, they’re about conditioning young minds to not question authority and to toe the line, similarly, to ensure a blindly obedient populace in the years to come and thirdly, to tie in with acquiescence, they’re about the eradication of independent thought from innocent children and the instilling of the one authoritarian reality that they are relentlessly being molded to become an unconscious part of.