Swastika Tattoo Swastikas Tattoos Government schools (socialist schools or so-called "public schools") and the Pledge of Allegiance are reminders of the government's obsession with your children's lives.

It resembles similar Police-State tactics and obsessive Gestapo behavior under the National Socialist German Workers Party.
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    As an attorney, Dr. Rex Curry believes that government schools should be unconstitutional under the First Amendment, “Congress shall make no law.....abridging the freedom of speech.”  Government schools are abridging (and are incompatible with) freedom of speech.
    During his legal career, many parents have asked him if it is wise (or constitutional) for government to control everyone’s education.  Government schools have been sued often for violations of free speech rights.  But the bigger problem is that government schools teach people what to think and speak in ways that never result in lawsuits.
    Government schools create milquetoasts in the same way that Cuban schools create socialists.  Government schools in the U.S. are different only in degree from schools in the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.). 
    The U.S. did not have government schools when the First Amendment was written.  If the authors of the Constitution had foreseen the government’s education monstrosity then the First Amendment would have banned Congress from the establishment of religion and education.   
    The Constitution should be amended to include “education” next to “religion.”   The separation of school and state is as important as the separation of church and state.  And for the same ideological reasons.   The proposed constitutional amendment is discussed in detail at
    Even if an excuse could be made for the initial creation of some government schools, their ongoing existence is proof of their ongoing failure to educate people to handle their own (or their children's) educations without government schools.

SCHOOL AND STATE end government schools was the first to argue to the U.S. Supreme Court that government schools are unconstitutional
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The Pledge of Allegiance in government schools (socialist schools) offended various people from the beginning. Jehovah's Witnesses and Mennonites objected to the idolatrous worship of symbols of the state and believed that saluting the flag contradicted fidelity to God, a spiritual commitment that the First Amendment's "free exercise" clause protects.  That was the reasoning of Justice Robert Jackson when he wrote for an 8-to-1 majority opinion in Barnette (1943) that struck down the statutes that had enforced salutation of the flag and recitation of the Pledge. That opinion, with its warning against the authoritarian coercion of belief, still holds as constitutional doctrine that applies more strongly to the unconstitutionality of government schools (not merely a morning worship of government in the schools):

"We set up government by consent of the governed, and the Bill of Rights denies those in power any legal opportunity to coerce that consent..."

The late Texas Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez strongly objected to the Pledge of Allegiance that preceded Congressional sessions. He compared the Pledge to the National Socialist German Workers Party's incantation, "Sieg Heil! Sieg Heil!" "Some people think the Pledge comes with the Declaration of Independence. That downgrades Thomas Jefferson." Gonzalez added that Jefferson "would never have concocted that sort of banal recital!" Gonzalez did not realize how right he was.

Justice Jackson's words notwithstanding, Bellamy's Pledge continued to inspire secular sanctimony when the Knights of Columbus persuaded President Eisenhower to add the words "under God" in 1954.

The Roman Catholic Justice Antonin Scalia claimed "that government--however you want to limit that concept--derives its moral authority from God" and then Scalia added the mistake that the government may coerce such in government schools.

"As good eighteenth-century deists the Founders... risked their lives for the principle of government created not by divine powers but by ordinary people using their human intelligence and reason. The U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, which never mention God, are the great and crowning glories of the secular Enlightenment...

Justice William Brennan argued that Scalia's love for deifying government with "ceremonial deistic" language was constitutionally permissable because Scalia and his ilk had made Scalia's God-phrase essentially meaningless.

"Secularists also argue that since prayer is banned in public schools and the Pledge has become a sort of prayer, it should be banned, too. (Elisabeth Sifton. "The Battle Over the Pledge." The Nation, April 5, 2004, 11-16).

"...the extraordinary suffering caused by the Pledge. Before 1943, when the constitutionality of West Virginia's compulsory Pledge recitation law was successfully opposed, hundreds of Jehovah's Witness children were expelled from schools across the country for refusing to salute the flag. Many of these children were beaten. Police in Richwood, West Virginia, forced Witnesses who refused to recite the Pledge to drink castor oil. In the wave of hostility that swept the nation following these well-publicized refusals, vigilantes castrated Witnesses in Nebraska, tarred and feathered them in Wyoming and jailed them "for their own protection" in Illinois. A mob of 2,500 sacked and burned the Witness Kingdom Hall in Kennebunk, Maine" (Letters. The Nation, May 17, 2004: 2).

"What about teachers, who are forced in their workplace not only to recite the Pledge but to lead youngsters daily in this meaningless politico-religious mantra?" (Letters. The Nation, May 17, 2004: 2).

People who use the word "nazi" exclusively (who never mention the actual name of the group: the National Socialist German Workers Party) are the same people who refuse to admit that the swastika was used by "Nazis" to represent overlapping S-letters for the "socialist" dogma of the National Socialist German Workers Party. They are the same people who use the term "Stalinism" and never mention the actual name of Stalin's country: the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.  That is why they use these terms: Stalinism, Maoism, Hitlerism. They do it to cover-up and rehabilitate the dogma of socialism.

Pledge of Allegiance Die Welle Dennis Gansel

The new film "Die Welle" by Dennis Gansel is described with the slogan "From an American Classroom to the German Screen!" The film shows no understanding of how true that slogan is.

There is also another film version of the story entitled "The Wave" directed by Alexander Grasshoff for television in 1981. Both films are based on the book by Todd Strasser (under the pen name Morton Rhue). The book is based on a true incident that occured in a high school history class in Palo Alto, California, in 1969.  

By the year 1969, most people had forgotten, or not experienced, what had happened 27 years before (in 1942 Congress began its effort to change America's stiff-arm salute, which originated in 1892, and became the origin of the salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers' Party). see the video at

Dennis Gansel, Alexander Grasshoff and Todd Strasser have knowledge of 1969, but they do not seem to know about American history that began when Francis Bellamy, a self-proclaimed national socialist, wrote the Pledge of Allegiance (in 1892), the origin of the straight-arm salute and robotic chanting to flags in government schools (socialist schools). That history has been exposed by the distinguished historian Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets").

The salute gesture in the film and the book are essentially the same gesture that was sometimes used in conjunction with America's stiff-arm salute and later, when the stiff-armed portion of the salute was abandoned.  Francis Bellamy's initial military salute (which was then extended out toward the flag into the stiff-arm salute) was altered to a military salute to the chest.

In Strasser's book the powerful forces of group pressure that pervaded many historic movements such as German National Socialism (Nazism) are recreated in the classroom when history teacher Burt Ross introduces a "new" system to his students.

Before long "The Wave," with its rules of "strength through discipline, community, and action," sweeps from the classroom throughout the entire school. As most of the students join the movement, Laurie Saunders and David Collins recognize the frightening momentum of "The Wave" and realize they must stop it before it's too late.

In reality they were too late.

It spread throughout the entire school and it kept going. Bellamy's mechanical socialism spread nationwide, and then worldwide. It remains here today.

Pledge of Allegiance Todd Strasser the wave Die Welle Dennis Gansel

The Tampa Tribune Newspaper and its writers, Daniel Ruth and Elaine Silvestrini, were exposed and defeated in recent public debate challenges about the topics above. Learn more at

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL an introduction to the following reasons listed below. was the first to argue to the U.S. Supreme Court that government schools are unconstitutional
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1st Am. DENIAL OF FREE PRESS - government schools taught the media what to think and write.  
1st Am. ESTABLISHES A RELIGION - government schools establish the cult of the omnipotent state.
2nd Amendment Right to Keep and Bear Arms. governments schools are victim disarmament zones
THE ENTIRE MOTION TO DISMISS - with other constitutional arguments against vice laws.

THE SEPARATION OF SCHOOL & STATE - is as important as the separation of church & state.
STATIST SCHOOLS violate the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
VOUCHERS ARE BAD - just follow the analogy regarding "school & state" compared with "church & state."
BROWN v. BOARD OF EDUCATION government racism.
SPECIALTY LICENSE PLATES car tags laud private schools and pan government schools.

Government Schools Unconstitutional & Edward Bellamy's Sieg Heil Swastika exposed by Libertarian Lawyer Dr. Curry (Doctor Rex Curry)
Government schools are unconstitutional and bad.