“Hello Kitty” Terrorist Plot Prevented By School

Why the hell even bother sending kids to school? Wouldn’t it save The State $$ if they just started all kids on probation from age 4 and skip the IDIOTIC pretense that school is ‘for the good’ of the children instead of what it is…a monstrous mechanism that exists solely to prepare children for 2 paths – debt slave or outright imprisoned slave.

This story is just so far over the top that it makes my head spin like a merry-go-round on steroids…

“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.

“I think people know how harmless a bubble is. It doesn’t hurt,” said Robin Ficker, an attorney for the girl’s family. According to Ficker, the girl, whose identity has not been released, didn’t even have the bubble gun toy with her at school. 

The kindergartner was ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation during her 10-day suspension, which was later reduced to two days. The evaluation deemed the girl normal and not a threat to others, Ficker said.”

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22 comments on ““Hello Kitty” Terrorist Plot Prevented By School

  1. Spinning out of control … We must regain control. I shall write this school, this city and this state and ask them if this is really what we have become!

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    • Excellent idea! I’ll sit down tomorrow and try to compose something a little less…uh…angry sounding..? and try submitting it to some of the newspapers in this area. And in MS, too while I’m at it!

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  2. Ray's Mom says:

    Reblogged this on JUSTICE FOR RAYMOND and commented:
    Children are no longer allowed to play. Playground with swings, slides and activities are no longer considered safe. Then there is the threat that they are not safe from predators, what are children allowed to do, think or do?

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  3. timkeen40 says:

    When you bend to insanity, when you allow the acts of a few, out of control individuals to affect the behavior of the masses, then society has lost. I fear we have lost.

    Tim

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  4. billgncs says:

    if you want a nanny state, what better thing to do than make everyone dependent upon you, and in fear of you.

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  5. timkeen40 says:

    I went to school in a very small town thirty years ago. There were gun racks in pickup trucks, knives on every belt, and “country” in every boy in that school. Guns were brought to school in January every year and we all rushed out to the see the Christmas presents fathers had bought their sons. No one had ideas of doing anything other than hunting with those guns. No teacher freaked out. It was just normal and innocuous.

    Now we are actually having a discussion about a suspended five year old over shooting bubbles, calling it terroristic. What kind of damage is going to be done to that little child by her “psychological” evaluation.

    All this we are going through because of the reaction – or over recation – to a handful of insane individuals.

    We may have not lost all, but we have lost something. The few should not be allowed to rule the many. When insanity takes over in the masses due to the insanity of a few, then we have lost at least a little.

    Thanks for letting me comment. I respect your opinion.

    Tim

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    • Tim -Sounds as though you and I come from similar kinds of places…I carried my pocket knife to school every day from 2nd grade on and it wasn’t an issue. In high school most trucks had gun racks and sometimes *gasp* those racks had guns in them so kids could take out quail hunting when class let out.
      The insanity of the few is part of the problem; an abundance of corporate investment and interest in profiting from every aspect of our judicial system also plays into it…there are some rather nasty people behind the scenes pushing the tighter restrictions and laws through. Makes for a deadly combination and I don’t see it reversing or easing up any time soon. Thanks for dropping by to read and chat for a bit, comments are always welcome and appreciated. ~Rebecca~

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  6. I am at my favorite bar, sharing this story with my buddies. We were laughing at the absurdity of it, then the Lefty of the bunch joking said “…well maybe the made a big deal of it, because it was a semi-automatic bubble gun.” That was a hoot, we are just now coming down off that laughter. Semi-automatic Hello Kitty bubble maker …

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  7. moorbey says:

    I was upset earlier 2day after reading the post about the youngster and his shoes that were not completely marked black and how he was taken home in a patrol car, but this child that got suspended 4 saying to a classmate let’s shoot each other with bubblez, Playing the way as children do. I would be in jail right now if that where my child. This school to prison pipeline is out of control when children can not be children any longer.

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    • Bubbles…one of the happiest, simplest damn things on the planet…Children + Bubbles = Happiness. Trying to equate all of that with *terror* is just more than I can take. I’d be sitting in the jail right next to yours if they either of these incidents happened to my children.

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