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Originally posted by guessing
Haha, that would be funny wouldn't it. We have an "insider" guys. Time to teach kids what reality is really about!
Originally posted by Ghost375
I'd bet money that your kid's teacher is a member on this forum.
Originally posted by CaDreamer
Ah thank you Heli, you see I only know the ever so basic bits, thank you for pointing out the Nemesis connection. at least it was "CONSTRUCTIVE" as was earlier stated, the thread is about what is being taught to our children not a debate as too Nibiru's existence, if there is a god hammer out there in the black bearing down on us...then at least it will be an epic, and entertaining way to go!
Originally posted by GypsK
If your kid hasn't learned the word 'Niburu' from you, then they probably talked about it at school, but unless you ask the teacher about it at the next parent-teacher meeting, you won't know how exactly the topic came into discussion.
My 12 year old came to me several weeks ago, they talked about the maya calender in class and the teacher told them about how 'some people' believe the world will end in 2012. There where just discussing the different theories and the mysteries around the Maya's knowledge in astronomy, nothing more then that. Of course, 12 and 13 year olds just love to hear doom theories and scare each other.
Nevertheless, she took it home and did worry about it so I had to take her appart and educate her on the topic in a less doomfull way.
You'd be surprised what kids worry about at young age, they may not tell you but they keep thinking about stuff like this so you better talk to your kid and make sure he isn't scared by Niburu.edit on 10/5/2011 by GypsK because: (no reason given)edit on 10/5/2011 by GypsK because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Truther9111776
so because of your views
you limit what your children learn
is this not willing
acceptance of ignorance
i may not believe in religion
but my child may wish to
i may not find it within myself
to believe an official government lie
but they might
i would not force my views
to limit some one else