posted on Nov, 24 2013 @ 12:00 AM
reply to post by nixie_nox
If the school wants to make such policies then they have to have the agreement of all the parents to waive their rights, not just a few who are on the
PTA. If the policy violates state statute or constitutional law, and the parents have not waived their rights via contract, then its illegal. If a
parent refuses to comply with their policies then the parent should be given the option to relocate their children to another school, at a reasonable
distance, which the parent agrees to.
It's most assuredly illegal for the police to arrest someone for being in “contempt of cop” because they are legally and respectfully defending
their rights. If a parent disagrees with the policy, the most that can be done to them is for the school to refuse service to that family.
You cannot lock everyone up in a little 4x4 padded cell to guarantee their safety from everything, and slowly that is what the government is doing to
all of us. Taking our rights in exchange for a false promise of safety. We are all being quietly being put in little prison cells, for our own
protection, but the cells have lots of windows, computers, and TV's, which give the illusion of freedom.
We are being identified, cataloged, marked, tracked, disarmed, our correspondence read, conversations listened too, access to our children denied, our
medical treatment is being dictated, our food/drink/medications are being controlled, etc... If you know anything about prisons, you should see the
similarities quickly. Of course this is all for the greater good of our own protection...