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Banished from school because of his genes!

Natural reports on a disturbing trend in public schools…

(NaturalNews) An 11-year-old California schoolboy named Colman Chadam has been banished from his school and forced to transfer to another school because he carries the genetic mutation for cystic fibrosis. The boy shows no symptoms of the disease and appears to be in perfect health. He is being banished from his own school solely due to the genetic code he carries.

This is being reported by Fox News, Daily Mail and other news outlets.

What we’re seeing here is the beginning of the application of eugenics in public schools. This is how it starts: Banning little boys and girls because of a “bad” gene sequence, even if they have absolutely no symptoms and are living in a state of perfect health. Next it progresses to racial genetic profiling, with declarations that people of certain races are “genetically inferior” and therefore unable to be taught in public schools, we’ll be told. And from there, as history has shown, it moves into a eugenics phase where mad scientists backed by government power pursue forced sterilizations of those who don’t have the “correct” genetic profile.

From there, it is of course a small step to firing up the gas chambers and just doing away with anyone who doesn’t have the right genes. As HBO host Bill Maher recently said, “I’m consistently pro-death. …My motto is let’s kill the right people.”

Of course, the phrase master race won’t be used.  Too many negative associations.  It’s a hop, skip and a jump to what happens next.

About guffaw1952

I'm a child of the 50's. libertarian, now medically-retired. I've been a certified firearms trainer, a private investigator, and worked for a major credit card company for almost 22 years. I am a proud NRA Life Member. I am a limited-government, free-market capitalist, who believes in the U.S. Constitution and the Rule of Law.


8 thoughts on “Banished from school because of his genes!

  1. The “school” actually did the child and the whole family a big favor. Government indoctrination camps are the worst place for children. Unfortunately, the parents sound more like compliant “citizens,” but perhaps they will consider an alternative like homeschooling or private school instead of sending him back to the prison camp. sigh
    Parents give up their rights when their children cross the threshold of the public school door. This was recently made crystal clear by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

    When a few parents in Palmdale, California learned that their children’s school had permitted researchers to interview first, third and fifth grade students about such things as sexual urges and fantasies, they became outraged and took the matter to court.

    The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard the case and concluded that when parents place their children in a public school, they forfeit any right to determine what or how their children are taught. The school may teach anything it wishes in any way it wishes. It may allow researchers, special interests, social activists, and anyone else it chooses access to students. The court’s decision confirmed earlier court opinions.

    Our society has become a slave to the state by virtue of government-controlled schools. Children suffer, parents feel helpless, and scores of good educators feel trapped in a system that never should have existed in the first place.

    Posted by MamaLiberty | October 27, 2012, 7:57 am
  2. And people thought we were crazy when we home-schooled both daughters.

    Posted by Rev. Paul | October 27, 2012, 8:13 am
  3. I read the Fox News article and a follow-up story on Huff-Po. Both stories go on to explain that cystic fibrosis patients can pose a health danger to OTHER cystic fibrosis patients. There were already two other students attending the school with cystic fibrosis and that is why they ordered the transfer.

    Now, as a carrier only, this kid does NOT pose a danger to the other sick children. So it appears to me that this is a case of dumb bureaucrats not understanding science, rather than a “final solution.”

    Posted by Tomi | October 27, 2012, 8:43 am
  4. That is just wrong… period…

    Posted by Old NFO | October 27, 2012, 12:12 pm
  5. My oldest, age 42, is autistic. Back in the day we fought the fight. The Supreme Court ruled in Luke vs Arizona, if the public is taxed to support public school, every child is entitled to an “adequate and appropriate” education. Always, the administrators fight against this. Always, the parents need to do battle. I’ve fought my battles; the current crop of parents need to keep the fight going.

    Posted by WellSeasonedFool | October 27, 2012, 12:20 pm

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