The Awful Governor Roy Cooper

BY Herschel Smith
1 month, 1 week ago

Via WiscoDave.

What he really means is that while he will send his own children to private school, he wants you to let him be the controller that he is.  He is beholden to the worst of society, from the teacher’s union to Mandy Cohen, who helped to roll out Obama’s failed, communist health care plan.

She has helped Cooper keep N.C. on the worst lockdown of any state in America, and destroyed businesses that will never come back.  The only reason some will survive is that they’ve eventually forced his hand and refuse to stay closed any more.  Gyms, which are nearing bankruptcy, finally decided to open regardless of Cooper’s orders.

Cooper is aligned with the worst, most corrupt, most despicable people on earth, willing to harm families and destroy wealth to make political points and amass more power.

He wants to level the field, even if it makes your children dumber and less able to compete.  He must drag the less willing to learn, more troubled children up to the level of your children, which really means dragging your children down to their level.

Centers for redistribution of knowledge and communist indoctrination.

Roy Cooper is an awful man, a cultist, a controller, and a communist.


Comments

  1. On September 18, 2020 at 12:56 pm, Ron said:

    Choice is always a bad choice for socialists and communists.

    Control is always the best choice for socialists and communists.

  2. On September 18, 2020 at 1:02 pm, Plan Accordingly said:

    The glorious people’s republic of N.C. is near the Fedgov anus known as Virginia.
    Be thankful that you live where you are but they will get around to destroying it as part of The Long March Through the Institutions.

  3. On September 18, 2020 at 1:21 pm, BRVTVS said:

    I’m admit that I’m skeptical of school voucher programs. When colleges take federal student aid money, they also accept federal interference in how they do things. Private schools are only better because they can make their own decisions about curriculum and can freely reject students who aren’t serious about learning and behaving themselves. With government money comes government control. What I think would help is abolishing compulsory attendance laws as a fist step in rolling back Horace Mann’s destruction of true education..

  4. On September 18, 2020 at 1:25 pm, Herschel Smith said:

    @BRVTVS,

    Yes. This ^^^^^^.

  5. On September 18, 2020 at 1:38 pm, Georgiaboy61 said:

    Reclaiming the educational system and mass media from the clutches of the communists must be job number one. If retaking them proves too difficult for the time being, then developing alternatives to them should be the goal.

    Why is this state of affairs so? A chief reason the communists have made such rapid progress in putting their program into effect over recent decades is that they have prepared the ground ahead of time. Like a farmer preparing his soil for a particular crop, the communists have indoctrinated generations of students into their ranks, first in K-12 public school, and then in post-secondary education – colleges, universities and graduate schools.

    Their fall-back is to bombard the public with pro-Marxist propaganda and disinformation via the electronic and print media, which – save for the alternative media and the internet – they largely own, lock-stock-and-barrel. In an uncharacteristic burst of candor not long ago, CNN on-air personality Mika Brzezinski blurted out something like, “It’s media’s job to control what people think…” Oh, you don’t say? How interesting!! (sarc/off)

    They’re usually pretty disciplined about stuff like that, but every now and again the mask slips, and the truth slips out. Thanks, Mika….

    One key reason the powers-that-be devote so much time, money and effort to their educational and media arms and their messaging, is that they are desperate to keep the people from learning that they aren’t alone when it comes to saving traditional America. That’s one of their prime directives in the Marxist media-entertainment complex, is to keep ordinary traditional Americans dispirited, isolated and alone. The communists know full-well that if those people bond together and begin acting in concert, just as the left has done for years, then the rules and outcome of the game will be certainly be changed, and probably not in their favor.

    The other key piece of this debate is that even if they were not indoctrinating our young people into communism, there is still the matter of how ineffective and costly public schools in this country have become.

    If our children were being well-educated and genuinely prepared to live as adults in the modern world, then maybe -maybe – the enormous cost and other drawbacks of the present system could be rationalized. However, we don’t have that kind of arrangement, and the present educational system is an epic failure, as well as a black hole into which vast sums of taxpayer’s money disappears, never to be seen again.

  6. On September 18, 2020 at 1:42 pm, Herschel Smith said:

    @Georgiaboy61,

    Home schooling.

  7. On September 18, 2020 at 2:42 pm, 41mag said:

    My wife and I used this plandemic to better our family. We decided to join a homeschooling group and never looked back to the public “system”.

    Now we’re surrounded by like-minded people and our kids get the one other person (besides themselves) that cares enough about their education. Teachers don’t have to care after the kid is gone from their class…that’s why they “graduate” problem kids…the problem goes away.

    Classical Conversations is our group if you’re interested.

    Oh and I never followed the crowd who called public teachers “hero’s”. That’s some Grade-A propaganda.

  8. On September 18, 2020 at 2:44 pm, Herschel Smith said:

    @41mag,

    Been there, done that. Finished now.

    But for others …

  9. On September 18, 2020 at 3:04 pm, Cameron said:

    I started and ran a small school at our church. We never had more than 25 students in k-8. Our tuition was $1200/year plus books and uniforms. It was a fraction of what the public schools were receiving (6,000/yr. in 1994). The students excelled and behaved, but our school never grew. I came to the conclusion that parents don’t want education, they want free daycare. After 3 years I got a job and my wife homeschooled our children. One of my boys was diagnosed as hydro-cephalic in utero. We were encouraged to terminate the pregnancy. We asked for the literature on the condition and discovered that fewer than 10% of the children, that were diagnosed with this condition and were carried to term, had severe disabilities. My son was slow learning to read, but passed the GED, passed the asvab with a 93 and joined the USMC. He made sergeant in less than 4 years and is now in his Junior year studying engineering at UC Boulder. In closing I would like to point out that our schools were designed to train factory workers. They weren’t designed to teach us to think. Read “The Underground History of American Education” by John Taylor Gatto. He believed that our schools were designed to establish a caste system in the United States. I believe they have succeeded!

  10. On September 18, 2020 at 3:18 pm, Herschel Smith said:

    @Cameron,

    I’d also point out that the Covid scare, causing kids to be out of school for more than half a year now, puts them further behind India, China, Japan and Korea for math and physics.

    They won’t be able to compete in the future. STEM will be done overseas, and at most, people here will be HR staff, PMs and helpers.

    Probably all by design.

  11. On September 18, 2020 at 3:46 pm, Sid Checkado said:

    May I offer up our Governor here in PA and throw in a man in a bra telling us to put a mask on…

  12. On September 18, 2020 at 8:32 pm, scott s. said:

    Hawaii is thinking, maybe, some point in the future they could have “hybrid school” (some days in the classroom), but the teacher’s union will fight it to the end. Meanwhile we have been in lockdown until last week. Now you can go to a park or beach, but only single persons. You can’t take your kid. The reason is to make it easier for cops to cite you for violating the “proclamation”. They are getting $1k bail money for violating mandatory quarantine, with possible 1 yr / $5k fine if found guilty (I don’t think anyone has actually gone to trial. Looks like they take your $1k and then who knows).

  13. On September 18, 2020 at 10:28 pm, Sheepdog said:

    If you truly love your kids, keep them away from anything .gov until they understand the world for what is and not what the bolsheviks want it to be…

  14. On September 19, 2020 at 5:51 am, Jimmy the Saint said:

    @Ron: “Choice is always a bad choice for socialists and communists.”

    Erroneous! Untrue! We love giving people a choice. They are free to choose to do what we say, or to be imprisoned, tortured, and killed. They are free to choose to submit or to have their families imprisoned. If they don’t choose to follow, they choose to meet Comrade Beria or Comrade Blokhin.
    – “Uncle Joe” Stalin

  15. On September 19, 2020 at 8:30 am, ragman said:

    I grew up in the segregated South and from what I remember schools were very good. Teachers were qualified, dedicated and put up with absolutely no shit from anyone. We would participate in a bit of assholery and that would secure us a date with the Dean of Men’s paddle on Friday afternoon. Actual trades were taught and encouraged. Common core(communist core) is nothing more than a subversive plot to ruin our children. And it is working!

  16. On September 19, 2020 at 8:31 am, Frank Clarke said:

    After BRVTVS’ solution, all else is commentary.

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