See, and here's the funny thing... she didn't actually give a particular conspiracy theory this time.
My little sister, who is ten years old, has been learning about all conspiracies since about four years ago, when I started learning about them and
teaching her, when I was about 14. So, she's been learning them since about age 6 or 7, roughly. Occasionally, in class, someone will bring up the
statue of liberty, she she'll inform them about how the statue was built by Freemasons, and how it looks like the Roman sun God. Her teacher sometimes
tells her "You're too young to know that stuff yet" (and yes, that's an exact quote. Apparently, learning is bad). I also frequently inform her about
how parts of the modern American Christian customs are Pagan and based on sun and moon worship, and she will explain to my mamaw and other relatives
how Easter is evil, and Christmas is unholy (I got a lot of heat from my family for putting that stuff in her head, not that I care).
And eventually, her teacher flat-out told her that she will "Find who ever is telling her these conspiracies, and never let her speak to them again"
(I think she was under the impression that someone in her class was telling her these things, possibly). And, I told them... "Bring it on. I'd like to
see you try to separate us. Go ahead and try." Never heard from her again.
Then, recently, my little sister's teacher caught a flu, and had to stay home. Everyone in my sister's class was making get-well cards for the
teacher, and they were all sent to the teacher's home.
Here's the interesting part. The last line of the poem was "Conspiracies to do, so I'll see you."
When her teacher returned to school, she took the card and complained to one of the principals. They told her it was "extremely inappropriate" and she
was suspended for a day.
Edit; The full poem is this;
"Good luck with your flu,
we miss you,
conspiracies to do,
so I'll see you"
What the hell do you call that?
edit on 9-6-2012 by XxNightAngelusxX because: I wanted to add something. Get off my back.