One Big Global Government Family

Maryland and Germany have similar educational philosophies. The Maryland state board has decided that :

“And although a parent does have a right to control the upbringing of a child, “that right is not absolute. It must bend to the State’s duty to educate its citizens,” the state board wrote.”

This should sound familiar to folks who have been following the plight of German homeschoolers. The German court said:

The decision also said the parents do not have an “exclusive” right to lead their children’s education.”

The European Human Rights Court agreed:

“…schools represent society, and “it was in the children’s interest to become part of that society.

“The parents’ right to education did not go as far as to deprive their children of that experience,” the ruling said.

“Not only the acquisition of knowledge, but also the integration into andfirst experience with society are important goals in primary schooleducation,” the court said. “The German courts found that those
objectives cannot be equally met by home education…”

The wording and intent is very clear. It is not coincidence that these rulings are similar. It is not coincidence that at least one Canadian province is facing similar challenges as the Connecticut homeschoolers. This is what the global government and all the unions (European Union, North American Union) are all about-everyone having the same rules and government as everyone else.

(No, I still can’t get a uniform look for the font. I’ve no idea why this is such a difficult thing to acheive).

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