Pentagon Teaches Kindergarten Kids As U.S. Schools Are Militarized For Martial Law Conditioning
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Note from Alex Jones: This represents the process of full spectrum dominance over our children’s minds. First the government paid the mothers not to have husbands in the home (single parent benefits) and now the soldiers are bringing up our kids from Kindergarten age. This is about training Americans almost from birth that’s it’s normal to have troops involved in routine life on a day to day basis. This is total martial law conditioning.
In 1787, Thomas Jefferson lamented the fact that the newly minted Constitution lacked any specific provisions on standing armies. “I do not like the omission of a Bill of Rights providing clearly and without the aid of sophisms for… protection against standing armies,” Jefferson wrote Madison. “The spirit of this country is totally adverse to a large military force,” he told Chandler Price in 1807
Now? We relish large armies and enthusiastically send them out to kill people and break things around the world. The government and the corporate media encourage us to “support our troops” as they illegally occupy foreign lands and engage in war crimes. George Washington’s admonition, expressed in his Farewell Address, that the United States extend commercial relations and have with foreign nations as little political connection — to say nothing of military — as possible is almost entirely forgotten.
In violation of Posse Comitatus — a law in the spirit of Thomas Jefferson’s warning about the militarization of civil society — the Pentagon works hand-in-hand with local law enforcement. Increasingly, militarized police are becoming an extension of the Defense Department, the Department of Homeland Security, and even the CIA and the FBI. Few seem to understand the grave danger of this tendency.