Globalists Angle to Hijack Children with “Pre-K Education” Bills

Kurt Nimmo

Two bills now in the House of Representatives provide further
evidence the government wants to tell you how to raise your children.
The Pre-K Act (HR 3289) and the Education Begins at Home Act (HR 2343)
aim to micromanage families in the military and those that fall below
the poverty line.

According to Chelsea Schilling,
writing for WorldNetDaily, the two bills “could give the federal
government unprecedented control over the way parents raise their
children – even providing funds for state workers to come into homes
and screen babies for emotional and developmental problems.” The
proposed legislation supposedly aims to prevent child abuse, evaluate
medical conditions, and “close the achievement gap in education between
poor and minority infants versus middle-class children.”

Of course, only the government is capable of determining the “emotional
and developmental problems” of children, not parents. Under this
program, ready for debate in the House, the government will decide the
“cultural awareness” of children, not parents. “There’s some blather in
the language of the bill about having cultural awareness of the
differences in parenting practices, but it seems like that never
applies to Christian parents,” pediatrician Karen Effrem told WND. In
other words, the state will decide what sort of “education” children
receive and that process will now start before kids enter a state
inculcation camp, otherwise known as a public school. In fact, the
language of HR 3289 — lovingly called the “Pre-K Act” — suggests
children are to be steered into a preschool or daycare that follows
state standards while mothers are to be moved into the “workforce,”
that is to say disassociated from the education of their children.

“Once they are involved, they don’t have any say over curriculum,”
Effrem said. “There’s plenty of evidence of preschool curriculum that
deals with issues that have nothing to do with a child’s academic
development – like gender, gender identity, careers, environmentalism,
multiculturalism, feminism and all of that – things that don’t amount
to a hill of beans as far as a child learning how to read.” In other
words, children will be brainwashed by the state. State education
obviously has nothing to do with literacy or academic development. It
has to do with making sure children are trained to follow the dictates
of the state. It is about breaking down the family in deference to
feminism, gender identity, and careers outside the family. It is about
“family planning” and eugenics. It is about programming impressionable
minds to accept homosexuality and abortion.

As Effrem notes (see Preschool Socioemotional Screening),
a “movement already exists within organized psychiatry to label and
drug people mentally ill based on highly controversial political and
religious criteria, such as ‘intolerance’…. Due to reimbursement
patterns, government promotion, and pharmaceutical industry influence,
treatment almost always means use of psychotropic drugs. According to a
survey of members of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry, 9 out of 10 children that see a psychiatrist receive a
prescription for psychoactive drugs.”

While HR 3289 and HR 2343 “may not be mandatory for low-income and
military families, there is no wording in the Education Begins at Home
Act requiring parental permission for treatment or ongoing care once
the family is enrolled – a point that leads some to ask where parental
rights end and the government takes over,” writes Schilling.

Obviously, according to the state, parents do not have rights,
especially if they are “intolerant” Christians, home schoolers, or they
have their own ideas about how their children should be educated. Once
passed, it is said HR 3289 and HR 2343 will be voluntary, but as we
know such programs have a way of eventually becoming mandatory,
especially if a family is receiving some sort of state or federal

“If we and our children do not want to be a
sociologically-controlled and semi-ignorant members of the United
Nations New World Order, we need to recognize the importance of
knowledge, and reject attempts at emotional manipulation and knowledge
limitation,” writes Erica Carle.
“Today’s problem-solving and decision-making system of education uses
students, plays on their emotions, and tries to alienate them from
those who should be closest to them. It creates animosity between
classmates; wastes valuable learning time by forcing students to form
opinions and listen to the uninformed opinions of their classmates; and
discourages intelligent and moral behavior. It turns students against
their own country and its Constitution in favor of the United Nations
New World Order management system. Is this what we want for America’s
children? If not, let’s get to work informing our state’s legislators
that they must reclaim the schools and restore the Constitution.”

HR 3289 and HR 2343, likely to become mandatory for all pre-school
age children, is part and parcel of this NWO management system.

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