Guest Post: Kindergartner Suspended For "Bubble-Gun Terrorism"

Tyler Durden's picture

Submitted by Brandon Smith of Alt-Market blog,

Now obviously, anyone with any common sense would react to this story with immediate shock and disbelief.  The 5 year old child merely discussed "shooting bubbles" with a bubble gun she didn't even have with her, and she is immediately suspended?  How does this compute?  Have school districts gone completely insane?  Actually, I believe they are quite aware and cognizant of what they are doing...

"A 5-year-old girl was suspended from school earlier this week after she made what the school called a "terrorist threat."

Her weapon of choice? A small, Hello Kitty automatic bubble blower.

The kindergartner, who attends Mount Carmel Area Elementary School in Pennsylvania, caught administrators' attention after suggesting she and a classmate should shoot each other with bubbles..."

Teachers and school administrators attend educational seminars (propaganda seminars) just like law enforcement, social workers, and most other state employees.  They are given "action plans" and memo's on "suspicious behavior".  They are trained to create very specific environmental conditions within their classrooms.  Do they understand the full implications of their behavior towards their students?  Probably not.  But they are aware that they are implementing an educational regime designed to condition out certain behaviors and ideas in the children they teach.

I remember well the DARE program from my early years, which taught us that drug possession was paramount to murder and that it was okay to turn in one's own parents for usage because it would "save their lives".  I also remember the constant drone of environmentalism (some of which was legitimate, but most of it nonsense), which taught us the evils of humanity and "overpopulation", as well as the horrors that awaited us in the year 2000 (including the complete disappearance of fresh drinking water.  I guess they missed the mark on that one...).

There is in fact a longstanding tradition within American public schools of manipulation.  Hell, let's just call it what it really is:  Brainwashing!

In 2013, little has changed accept the subject matter.  Today, children are being trained with fear and shame to despise the very idea of firearms.  Not only the misuse of firearms, but the concept of firearms ownership for ANY person.  It is also no mistake that school officials chose the word "terrorist" when describing the Kindergarten girl.   

I recently wrote an article covering the suggestion by Reuters gun control advocates (among others) that public schools be "forced" to institute anti-gun propaganda by the federal government using the threat of funding cuts:

They were quite bold and open with the purpose of this re-education curriculum; to breed out the American gun culture by browbeating our children.  The problem is, this was already going on for years before Sandy Hook; they have only picked up the pace since. 

School children across the country are now being suspended for toy guns, games with gun imagery, and even pointing their fingers as if using a gun:

This is not just a "zero tolerance policy" on the part of school officials.  This is a concerted and directed effort to frighten children away from the whole of American gun culture using negative reinforcement.  Like Pavlov's Dog, which was taught to salivate at the sound of a bell, America's youngest generation is being taught to cringe at the mention of firearms.  Anti-gun proponents will argue that is is not necessarily a "bad thing" to teach children to shy away from guns, however, regardless of the subject matter, it is NOT the job of the government or government employees to implant their personal world views into the minds of our kids.  It is not their job to inject their personal biases into America's youth.  Character development is the job of the parent and the child together.  Period.  The state should never be allowed to play middle-man and dictate philosophical and political ideals to anyone, especially the young, impressionable, and fragile.  Once this methodology becomes acceptable to the public, it will never end, for if the government is allowed to choreograph the thought processes of school kids in one area, then why not eventually tell them how to think in ALL areas?

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SamAdams's picture

Don't worry.  There is change coming.  Obama has appointed Jack (Jacob) Lew to Secretary of Treasury.  And ole Jack ain't like them other scoundrels working for the Masons and their banker sponsors.... Or is he?

Zer0head's picture

Many teachers I am aware of are scum sucking societal leaches, which is far better than the administrators who oversee them. They suck off the tax payer enjoying 25 hour work weeks, 38 weeks per year not including 2-4 weeks of annual sick days followed by full retirement at 55 with indexed pensions and full benefits. And what do they produce - 2+2= it doesn't matter what the answer is as long as you fill in the blank 

lewy14's picture

The indoctrination and propaganda is aimed at parents more than the kids.

Teachers will traumatize and damage kids, and there is nothing parents can do but censor themselves.

Parents are no longer free to be parents; their children are both deputized kommissars of - and hostages to - the powers that be.

Xibalba's picture

The Gestapo need to start with the little kinder in order for everything to go according to plan.

nmewn's picture

The article didn't state that upon hearing this news, David Gregory's children (at Sidwell Friends School) were immediately shielded by five Uzi weilding men in black suits, sunglasses, talking into their wrist watches, in order to protect them from this "little terrorist cell in training and their pink bubble guns".

They only sustained slight abrasions and emotional trauma from the event, which will be dealt with by pumping them full of Ritalin.

Probably just an MSM oversight ;-)

SafelyGraze's picture

knock knock

who's there

hey john

hey john who

hey john q public, here's your shit sandwich

wow. thanks. and it's super jumbo sized

nmewn's picture's something I ran across, very long but some excellent stats.

Ammo for the coming fight ;-)

Fish Gone Bad's picture

Have you ever wondered what kind of person is a teacher?  The smart people go off into research, medicine, computers, and neat stuff.  The jocks become professional athletes, and the thieves become bankers.  So what loser bench warmers are these people who think Hello Kitty bubble guns are dangerous?  Well..... they aren't the brain surgeons they want you to think they are, because if they were that smart, THEY WOULD BE BRAIN SURGEONS, NOT TEACHERS.

trav777's picture

unless you have kids in school, you don't know what you're talking about.

NOT ONE teacher OR administrator agrees with this shit, but they all go along with it anyhow.

This is the emergent complexity called "the system."  The system has its own goals and direction severable from and independent of all the individuals.

And it isn't anti-gun, it's anti-"violence" and womanized shit.  Add zero tolerance for intelligence or thought and you have a recipe for stupidity.

markmotive's picture


Meanwhile US arms sales to our friends in the Middle East is skyrocketing.

Careless Whisper's picture

The Real Housewives of Sandy Hook won't stop crying until everyone turns in their firearms. It's for the children. Oh, and Gene Rosen is advancing his acting career with this audition tape;


savagegoose's picture

bubbles are an offencive weapon.


recall the tale of bubbls the psychotic  riot cop in canada.

robobbob's picture

these policies don't just appear out of thin air. someone writes them. someone distributes them. someone enforces them. a system just doesn't work when people refuse to cooperate. just following orders should have been laid to rest in 1946.

all that is necessary for evil to win is for good to remain silent

Carl Spackler's picture

I send my kids to private school because of this kind of garbage.

So, not only am I paying for my own kid's education, but I am paying for this garbage in the public school system.

Seems like all I do is write checks for people.

Lordflin's picture

Actually, knucklehead, some folks teach because they love it, and they are good at it. But fighting the system is an up hill battle... Especially in an age where so many want so much for so little...

Much is made out of the percentage in the classroom that are brain dead sycophants... But I defy you to point to any profession in this age where the same cannot be said.

Too bad that shooting a few teachers will not change anything... Or lawyers, or politicians, or doctors (now there is a corrupt money making profession) or financiers, or any other group you wish to single out... We have been a long time in the construction of this boat ride, and I suspect that at this point we are all on board for the final trip... Seems a tad undignified to be pointing fingers at one another as we head over the falls...

MinnesotaMD's picture

What they love about teaching is the bullshit lifestyle and benefits package. Teachers are far more arrogant and entitled then any doctor. I'm serious. If you think medicine is BS then fine. Seek the alternative treatments that we are trying to suppress. Never come to our offices or hospitals and if you do, don't take the medicine. It is a free country. For now.

Lordflin's picture

When I began teaching I could not wait for the summers to end so I could get back into the classroom... I taught high school and AP chemistry... It was enormously challenging and rewarding work... It took years, but I eventually burned out butting heads with an administration that other than education as an agenda....

As to my colleagues, most were equally devoted. I could go into all that the teaching staff did to turn the school around, all the many extra hours we devoted each week to work the school administration should have been doing but wasn't... And in fact, the administrative staff did what they could to disrupt our programs, and when they couldn't accomplish that they took credit for them... But you know far better than I, so what's the point.

I will tell you that I voted against every public school bond that came up, and still do. I believe that the public school system needs to be abolished... But as to why teachers become teachers, you have no idea what you are talking about... I have a daughter in school now... She is a 4.0 physics major... She received nominations to Anapolis and the Airforce academy... But decided to go to school here locally. She is currently deciding on a career either as a teacher or a pediatrician, although with her grades she could do anything. But what she wants is to make a difference in other peoples lives.

We live in an age that feeds it's teachers hemlock... It is a sign of the times.

HoofHearted's picture

Something tells me that if I write, "Molon labia," someone is going to say something about pedophilia. 

ZeroAvatar's picture

All it ended up being was a ROMNEY Pez dispenser.

piceridu's picture

Also not mentioned in this article, Mrs. Schlicte's art class was raided because the first graders were using glue guns to fasten construction paper mustaches on their MLK paper mache busts...they were sent directly to the box awaiting transport to Guantanamo...

Paul Bogdanich's picture

"Like Pavlov's Dog, which was taught to salivate at the sound of a bell, America's youngest generation is being taught to cringe at the mention of firearms."

Good.  Firearms in heavily polulated areas are only good for one thing.  Killing people. 


JohnG's picture

And defense of self or any other in imminent harm.

MinnesotaMD's picture

And serving as the last remaining limit to government power

Agent P's picture

Or, in this case, blowing bubbles.

Carl Spackler's picture


Too bad your Hollywood allies continue to do their best to promote firearms use, so you're losing the battle Paul, and those Hollywood types are smokin' you and you ilk.

BLOTTO's picture

Wait until the Government acts as the surrogate parent.


Pure THX-1138 style.


Pop a kid out and kiss him/her goodbye as chromed faceless security guards take them away.



El Oregonian's picture

"Her weapon of choice? A small, Hello Kitty automatic bubble blower"

Well, yes what'd you expect from a bunch of pussies fearful of Hello Kitty automatic weapons...

The libtards have been ruining Amerika for 50 odd years. What else is new...

A Lunatic's picture

It is VERY easy to turn those into fully automatic assault pistols. She also had a 37 bubble capacity clip and a modified trigger group..............

Fish Gone Bad's picture

Actually, what the kids did in Viet Nam was to add glycerine to the bubble mixture, then have natural gas/propane injected into the gun's body, and add a sparking device.  The gas filled bubbles then wafted away.  The last bubble was ignited and it would then create a fire storm, used against the US troops.  Very low tech, very deadly.  Kids can very dangerous when they need to be. That is why all children will soon be outlawed.  </humor>


Agent P's picture

Definitely had at least one military-style characteristic with that pistol grip...little bitch probably had a bayonet lug too.  I hope she enjoys Guantanamo.

ZeroAvatar's picture

And it was PINK!  PINK I tell you!  MY GOD!  THE HORROR!  THE HORROR!

Calculated_Risk's picture

I hope she didn't put glitter on it... those glitter guns really scare the piss out of me!!! BAN GLITTER!!!!

MayIMommaDogFace2theBananaPatch's picture

millions of 3d printers + hello kitty bubble gun recipe == fireArmageddon

Al Gorerhythm's picture

The imagery at the inauguration parade of anti-gun Bama 'n Biden, clapping a passing marching troop of kids as they twirled their wooden weapons, whilst safely ensconced in a bullet proof securuty cage, is hypocracy at its best.

Whoa Dammit's picture

In Georgia we have special car tags for teachers that say educator on them. Only teachers or administrators can get them. If you see someone driving atrociously there is about a 90% chance they also have an educator plate on their car. If they are so dumb they can't even drive a car properly, how can they possibly teach a child anything useful?


Fish Gone Bad's picture

how can they possibly teach a child anything useful?

None of the really important stuff in life is ever taught in a book.  You either have a mentor, you figure it out on your own, or you just don't figure it out.

Divided States of America's picture

I hope the cops wont get me for having a 'loaded weapon' concealed in my pants between my legs everywhere I go. I do plan on shooting with it.

jeff montanye's picture

The best laid schemes o' Mice an' Men, 

Gang aft agley, 

An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain, 

For promis'd joy! 


to a mouse, robert burns, 1785

clara-to-market's picture

We're turning into a bunch of pussies.

I blame Geithner and Bernanke.

They've stolen our pride.

Let's cornhole the bastards.

rotagen's picture

A nation of Pukes, putzes and snivelling rat-faced dweebs.

philipat's picture

What the Fuck is wrong with America? Have you totally lost the plot?

Bastiat's picture


Off topic but a not-to-missed demonstration of what a class act our fashion queen first lady really is: