Email To The Scoop News: Aaron Talley gives his side of the story, after his arrest at Riverview High School
This is a followup from Aaron Talley, regarding his arrest at Riverview High School the other day. You can read that article at: SCSO: Man arrested after he trespassed at Riverview High School in an attempt to vocalize his concerns about government and education. He wrote me to share his side of the story:
hi, I’m the guy who did this.the police are attempting to lie and get me a harsher sentence.they said that i walked into the classroom and started shouting profanity. The only thing i yelled was that the school was stealing the students civil rights. I was actually there to challenge the teachers and the principal to a debate on the school system. It is the greatest injustice in this world and I’m fighting to bring about a system of freedom in the vein of Socrates.
They said that i said :”Now I understand why people bring guns on campus and shoot kids,”
That’s absolute lie out of context .i stated that one of the reasons why school shootings happen is because of the school itself. Taking away a person right to self determination,alienating a person from their own labor(slavery) fixing them in a technocratic totalitarian system, causes a person to have intense frustration and depression.
The school and the government, want no dissenting voices or real changes to the system which has remained relatively unchanged for over a hundred years.ive protested on the schools sidewalk and had students cheering for my sign that read “public school is slavery”
I would be more than happy to talk with you about this and help raise awareness.
“Most of the anti-intellectual shift in schooling the young was determined by the attitudes and needs of prominent businessmen. The first exhibit for your perusal is the U.S. Bureau of Education’s Circular of Information for April 1872, which centers around what it calls the “problem of educational schooling.” With whose interests in mind did the bureau view education as a problem? The amazing answer is: from a big business perspective. By 1872, this still feeble arm of the federal government is seen filled with concern for large industrial employers at a time when those were still a modest fraction of the total economy. “ john gatto
“Each child,” says William H. Seawell, “belongs to the state.” What could be clearer?
Government schools are coercive institutions; private schools are voluntary. Due to compulsory school laws and laws making homeschooling difficult, students whose parents cannot afford private schools and find homeschooling impractical must attend a government school. Taxpayers must pay for them. The rules and regulations governing government schools are rigid, inflexible and by definition, coercive.
“The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable…”
“School teachers, taking them by and large, are probably the most ignorant and stupid class of men in the whole group of mental workers. “
Bertrand Russell :Men are born ignorant, not stupid; they are made stupid by education.
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