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Totalitarianism is alive and well in Europe – for non Muslims

Homeschoolers are always asked about how their children will get “socialized” when they don't go to regular schools. I always thank God my children aren't getting socialized or Socialized as the case may be. I don't want my kids exposed to what passes for education and peer influence these days. It's a good thing I'm not in Europe. The European court has just ruled that homeschooling is detrimental to the society's interest in integrating everyone fully into the society. They did this following an appeal by a Baptist homeschooling family whose mother had been arrested in Germany for homeschooling.

Yup those Christian homeschoolers are a real threat to Europe. So much of a threat that the only real option is to become a Muslim.

Oh, and that anti-homeschooling law in Germany? It was enacted by the Nazis to make sure that all kids were indoctrinated into Nazism.


  1. The other day on “Morning in America,” Bill Bennett said that one of the great questions of our time is “who gets to educate the children?”

    Today I read that there is a bill to be introduced into the Congress to grant each child the “right” to a public education. You may think that is a good idea, unless you understand that to homeschool a child or send him to a religious school would violate his “right” to a public education. These people want our kids and will go to any lengths to get them. In this country, the aim is the same as in Europe, only the lawmakers are being less honest about their intentions.
    Be vigilant.

  2. Answering the call to vigilance, I started a new blog, STEALTH Ed. We home school.

    “Why do Catholics tolerate propaganda in their own schools?” http://stealthed.blogspot.com/2006/10/why-do-catholics-tolerate-propaganda.html

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