The education system is supposed to engage children to open their minds and expand their knowledge. Unfortunately, the “system” is one of indoctrination rather than education. Schools all across the country, and the world for that matter, have been teaching children social and political agendas to raise them with beliefs that are unfounded, oftentimes fear mongering and completely distorted from truth, while breaking down the family unit. Books that once contained a moral lesson in 16 out of 25 pages from 1810 have decreased to less than one page out of 25 in 1950. It’s tragic, and it’s not going to stop until parents pay attention, create change, and turn the page.
Turn The Page Before Your Children Have Nightmares & False Perceptions
In a charter school fifteen miles outside of Denver, Colorado, a young boy has suffered sleepless nights and nightmares because of books he’s read in school. His mother Meleah Rubio, took it upon herself to volunteer at the school’s library, and quickly discovered the shelves were filled with horror, witchcraft, sorcery, and monsters under the bed.
Meleah’s son’s first experience began with the ‘Magic Tree House’ in first grade. Her son wanted to read the one with a sea serpent, which immediately led to sleepless nights. Shortly thereafter, she was having to check under his bed for monsters every night, but it wasn’t related to the sea serpent. It wasn’t until a year later that Meleah found out that his teacher had been reading ‘I Need My Monster’ in the classroom, which is about monsters under a child’s bed. What a fantastic idea, right? Reading about monsters under a child’s bed to six and seven-year-olds? Her son hadn’t told her about the book because he thought she would be upset with his teacher. This infuriated Meleah, because her child was covering for the teacher, while the teacher wasn’t sharing this information with the parents. That is precisely how indoctrination is carried out.
In second grade, her son had suddenly become afraid of the dark, and she couldn’t figure out why, until she discovered that the children were allowed to read books that were available in the classroom. She noticed the book title ‘Gremlins Don’t Chew Bubblegum’ on one of his quizzes. When she asked her son about the book, he informed her that they have the Bailey School Kids series available in the classroom, with titles about zombies, vampires and Dracula.
About a week later, Meleah discovered the book called ‘Secrets of Dripping Fang – Please Don’t Eat the Children,’ in the school library. An 8-book series about two twins with the last name Shluffmuffin, who nobody wants to adopt, and their horrifying adventures through the Dripping Fang Forest. The books indicate they are for grades 2 to 5, so ages 7 to 11. Meleah read through the eighth and final book in the series, titled ‘When Bad Snakes Attack Good Children,’ to find that it talks about mutant children, a dead FBI agent, human slaves, and giant ants that were planning to assassinate two 10-year-olds while taking over the world. The cover of book seven, as seen here, reveals a giant with spiked teeth, fashioned in an apron with butcher knives, about to devour children. Now imagine the mind of a seven-year-old absorbing all of this information. Meleah took it upon herself to meet with the principal about several books she had discovered and shared her son’s experiences. His response was, “there is nothing we can do about those books.” She also contacted the Superintendent of Schools twice and received no response. She has no intentions of giving up this fight to get these mind manipulating terror books removed.
Not only did Meleah volunteer at the library, she also reviewed the curriculum, met with teachers each step of the way if she noticed something out of character with her son, requested he not read specific books, read many of the books herself, and had conversations with her son. Yet, despite all of these efforts, there were still some books that snuck by because the school minimizes the information provided to the parents. This is why it’s so important to stay on top of it.
Meleah suggests that books should have a rating system, just as other forms of the entertainment industry. Her concern, and it’s a very valid concern, is that many of the books being made available to young children are packed full of violence and horror, promoting fear in their minds. Of course, instilling fear at the young age of six is ideal for carrying out their indoctrination programs. That’s exactly where they want their young, vulnerable minds….
Fear is a great way to shut down the analytical mind and induce a retreat to authority. Trauma based mind control is just a more extreme form of social control and “education”.