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Common Core: 6th grade Arkansas class asked to revise and edit the outdated Bill of Rights

In Uncategorized on October 8, 2013 at 10:14 AM

Common Core: 6th grade Arkansas class asked to revise and edit the outdated Bill of Rights

A 6th grade in Arkansas has been asked to complete a task.

The task is to form a special committee and bring the “outdated” Bill of Rights up to the 21st century.

The class was asked to form an ad hoc committee to change the Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the Constitution, into a shell of what it used to be, dismantling it at your convenience, to update the outdated piece of paper.

To study the document and tell us what needs to come out, what needs to stay and add a few if you choose.

It is bone chilling at the casual leisurely pace and rhythm the standards lull our children into thinking that this could be the best way in the near future to make changes.

It completely undermines the constitution and its attached rights as Americans and weakens our republic. 

It reinforces to me that there are people and forces out there dead set on destroying the backbone of our country and will utilize your/our children to attain that goal.

Below in parentheses is the lesson plan using the Common Core standards as it’s guide….the scenario.

“The government of the United States is currently revisiting the Bill of Rights. They have determined that it is outdated and may not remain in it’s current form any longer.”

“Their aim is to ensure that our personal civil liberties and the pursuit of happiness remains guarded into the 21st Century.”
The government has asked for input from experts on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.”

“You have been selected to work on a National Revised Bill of Rights Task Force. You have been charged with the task of revising and  editing the Bill of Rights.”

“More specifically you will need to prioritize, prune, and add amendments and turn your ideas into a revised Bill of Rights.”

“Your teams proposal will be submitted in it’s final form as a persuasive presentation to Mrs Knight and Associates.”

What you just read is not a speech made at the United Nations. It was not a speech written by Hitler,  it was not a Muslim Brotherhood cohort plotting to destroy the US from the inside. Nor was it a Bill Ayers mantra  in Chicago directing his weather underground clones to blow up another building.

What you just read was a “lesson plan” to a 6th grade Arkansas elementary school inside the Bryant School District.

Lela Spears, 6th grader mother of the child involved said “the lesson plan” asked the students to revise, omit two, and add two amendments to the outdated Bill of Rights. And when her daughter came home and didn’t exactly feel right about what was being taught, the attentive caring mother alerted the press to these happenings but still has many questions.

Why would any public school be questioning whether the Bill of Rights is a viable part of the Constitution or not. 

Why would they have to do this to a bunch of 6th graders, who may not even know fully what the Bill of Rights stands for?  It’s called conditioning! Influencing tiny minds a little at a time till they are conditioned to think this way and make future decisions as adults on the input they learned as a youth. 

The Constitution is the law of the land and is solely the document that has kept us free and on the course of liberty for 250 plus years. Of what value does presenting anything other that the aforementioned statement have on the education of an American child?

This is the foundation of our country that is being whittled away a little at a time. This is a covert diversion from the path intended to continued greatness for our country, a far cry from the direction our forefathers intended.

 Why is there no discussion of the way to change or amend the Constitution via Congressional action with perhaps a constitutional convention, a majority vote of lawmakers after a lengthy debate? 

Nope, all we have to do is form a committee, empowered by the government because we tire of the way we have done things or because it doesn’t fit into a certain political agenda.

Outdated and may not remain in it’s current form? Really? This is planting the seed of our country’s demise.

This is enabling the thought that tyranny and a monarchy can rule a country and if you can form a governmental committee then you change the structure of what made our country great in one fatal swoop.

It promotes disloyalty and sets up a pattern of thought that if this country and it’s inalienable rights do not fit into your social calendar you can simply form a committee and you can change it.

We are playing a very dangerous game in our country by allowing Common Core into our schools.

Our children, without parent uproar will unknowingly be shifted into the world of “globalists” and “Socialists” where every opportunity to negatively influence our infrastructure will be done with hardly a blink because of the indoctrination throughout out children’s formidable years.

One day our children will be called upon to replace us and take the reigns of leading this country. The country will be saturated with those willing and able to manipulate and destroy the precious documents their forefathers held dearly trivializing it to an outdated document needing a revision.

Our countries demise is being mapped out and the training ground and the tools to accomplish such a task is happening as we speak….in our schools…..by some very sinister individuals….with a definitive plan…….Common Core!

Speak up now and speak up loudly. The doors are closing to never open again as our countries greatness and those born to lead are being softened into politically correct marshmallows, spineless and in much  need  of a teet on which to suckle!

God bless us. 

Lesson plans used by Bryant School district: Achieve the core, Student Achievement, author David Coleman
http://achievethecore.org/about-us

Who is David Coleman?
http://whatiscommoncore.wordpress.com/2013/03/21/top-ten-scariest-people-in-education-reform-9-david-coleman/

Amending the Bill of Rights:
http://www.antiochne.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/billofrights.doc

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/10/07/arkansas-sixth-graders-reportedly-asked-to-revise-omit-two-and-add-two-amendments-to-the-outdated-bill-of-rights/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=story&utm_campaign=ShareButtons

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